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Promoted 04-19-2016 by brisar at 06:45 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 4-Pack of 32-oz Bob's Red Mill Regular Rolled Oats for just $10.53 when you checkout via "Subscribe & Save". Shipping is free. Thanks Nizidramaniiyt

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I've been looking for these oats for a while and found them at a good price.

http://www.amazon.com/Bobs-Red-Mi...B004VLVB5C

According to C³ this is the lowest price since last year.

With S&S you can get this down to $10.53 or less.

I find that these oats are easy to make and have a superior mouth feel to Quaker.
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Thanks! It is a good deal.
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If anyone is wondering, these oats are delicious. Great for overnight oats, smoothies, etc. Would bite, but I don't need 4 bags.
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In for one, thanks
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Anyone in the Socal area, you can get various types of oatmeal for really cheap at Sprouts. In their self-bagging area they're usually around $0.79 each and frequently go on sale for half price. I've been buying steel cut oats from them for years, and they're just as good as more pricey ones I used to buy elsewhere.
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Quote from jmor View Post :
If anyone is wondering, these oats are delicious. Great for overnight oats, smoothies, etc. Would bite, but I don't need 4 bags.
Agree. I use oats all the time for various things. Didn't need them right now, but I know I'll use them. Usually get the Rolled oats @ Trader Joe's for $3.99/32 oz. Good deal.
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I consume about 1 32oz tub of Walmart brand per 3 weeks. What is the expiration date on these?
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I'll give it a try...why not?
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I don't have any horses.... what can I do with this?
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Quote from RacinReaver View Post :
Anyone in the Socal area, you can get various types of oatmeal for really cheap at Sprouts. In their self-bagging area they're usually around $0.79 each and frequently go on sale for half price. I've been buying steel cut oats from them for years, and they're just as good as more pricey ones I used to buy elsewhere.
79 cents for how much?
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I don't have any horses.... what can I do with this?
Feed them to the does, but not to little lambs.
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79 cents for how much?

Usually for 1 pound. Sometimes you can get them on sale for 2 LBS for $1. I buy them all the time here in el Paso TX.
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Quote from RacinReaver View Post :
Anyone in the Socal area, you can get various types of oatmeal for really cheap at Sprouts. In their self-bagging area they're usually around $0.79 each and frequently go on sale for half price. I've been buying steel cut oats from them for years, and they're just as good as more pricey ones I used to buy elsewhere.
I love sprouts ! They're opening up like crazy in SoCal
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