These are the cheapest especially without using mfg coupons and or registered rewards. They had the "Whole Natural" 6oz $1.50 (without coupons). Then $1.60 (with sale and coupons). In the store today, there is a sale of B1G1 for $3.99. If you subscribe to a Sunday newspaper, there is a 25 cent coupon for Blue Diamond. If you have 2 coupons, then you would just pay $1.75 each.
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Can't say I remember for sure but I think it was around $4, which is half their normal price and competitive with the discount on the canned.
I may have to see if I can make my own, as I'm now carrying a chocolate dusted almond monkey on my back.
You can get the 30oz bag of the dark chocolate almonds for $10 at Walmart - at that price they come out to the same price per oz as this deal. Those are my favorite too... but I just tried the habanero bbq in the little cans and those have become a close second.
:scrub: :scrub: :scrub: I'm ready for you Kristin!
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[QUOTE=scooterp7;58705536]Are you getting those signature flavors (like Wasabi) from Blue Diamond for that price??
Here you go. In the coming week my local Kroger will have $1.99 per 6oz of these (buy 5 mix and match for the discounted price, otherwise $2.99), which makes it 0.5 cent cheaper than this deal (even ignoring the $25 FS requirement). I can't confirm now if Wasabi is included but there's a good chance.
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