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Pop-Tarts, Frosted Blueberry, 8-Count Tarts 14.7 ounces (Pack of 12) $14.99 w/s&s

steve501 146 56 October 25, 2015 at 02:34 PM in Snacks (7) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by Shorted October 25, 2015 at 05:23 PM
I saw a deal for unfrosted Blueberry pop tarts for about the same price that went dead and rose to $71. I found the frosted ones for a little bit lower (14.99 vs 15.50)


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Last Edited by Shorted October 25, 2015 at 05:19 PM
With less than 5 items (5% S&S discount): $16.76
With 5 or more items (15% S&S discount): $14.99

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#3
Tired of 5x S&S items listed in the title as the price.
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Are you getting $14.99 because you're S&Sing w/ 5 items for the next delivery? Because I was only able to get $14.99 after adding another item to my S&S.
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So I nearly bought this but I'm glad I didn't. It's actually nearly $18 if you don't do S&S, and you get 12 boxes which is $1.50/box. These go on sale occasionally at many supermarkets for $2/box, so the 50cent savings for buying in bulk is within reason. (literally saving 6cents on each poptart). It initially seemed like a good deal, but it is only marginally better than pricing you would find at any retail store. Plus, I'm sure I'd get sick of this flavor after like the 20th poptart (76 more to eat).

On another note, people should stop using the S&S price in the title. That's very inaccurate and misleading. The one time purchase is always more.
Thumbs down.
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Last edited by kjzcrew October 25, 2015 at 05:43 PM
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Quote from kjzcrew View Post :
So I nearly bought this but I'm glad I didn't. It's actually nearly $18 if you don't do S&S, and you get 12 boxes which is $1.50/box. These go on sale occasionally at many supermarkets for $2/box, so the 50cent savings for buying in bulk is within reason. (literally saving 6cents on each poptart). It initially seemed like a good deal, but it is only marginally better than pricing you would find at any retail store. Plus, I'm sure I'd get sick of this flavor after like the 20th poptart (76 more to eat).

On another note, people should stop using the S&S price in the title. That's very inaccurate and misleading. The one time purchase is always more.
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The S&S price is acceptable but should be for the normal 5% not the 15% price.
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#7
Good price.
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#8
TD for using the 5 item discount. Real price is $16.76 and is misleading to people that might just want one order of one thing.
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#9
Price is good but nothing is healthy about this.
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Price is good but nothing is healthy about this.
This. One of the worst things you can eat and feed your kids.
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Price is good but nothing is healthy about this.
Is there a healthy alternative to pop tarts? Like something from whole foods or trader joes, does it even exist?
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Is there a healthy alternative to pop tarts? Like something from whole foods or trader joes, does it even exist?
Unfortunately no, not that I am aware of. But I stopped buying; just not a breakfast/snack choice for my kids. Frown
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