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Promoted 07-27-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:13 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com also has 6-Pack of 10oz. Tasty Bite Indian Entree (Jodhpur Lentils) for $15.45 when you checkout out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks uscpsycho

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  • Amazon.com has for Their Prime Members: 6-Pack of 10oz. Tasty Bite Indian Entree (Channa Masala) for $10.83 when you checkout out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks uscpsycho

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Edited July 27, 2016 at 05:27 AM by jersharocks
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002JF61XO - no longer available

Lowest price ever according to the Camel.

Other deals too. For instance Tasty Bite Indian Entr?e, Jodhpur Lentils, 10 Ounce (Pack of 6) is as low as $13.82 shipped. This is the lowest price since 2012 - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000E5ILGQ

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Your reading comprehension is bad. You should probably apologize for being a douche. Thanks in advance.

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While foods sell them for $3 for 1
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How much is the regular price on Amazon?
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It is $10.83 for shipped with S&S.
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Requires Prime. Not such a great deal anyway. Last time I bought from Amazon for $8.
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Quote from ButlerLena View Post :
It is $10.83 for shipped with S&S.
It's $9.69 if you have five S&S items.

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Requires Prime.
If you have Prime, how can you tell that a deal requires Prime? I only see the Prime member price but I don't see anything on the page that says something to the effect of "Prime members only."
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Quote from Teenspirit View Post :
While foods sell them for $3 for 1
Where? Whole foods? Please clarify lol. Also find it hard to believe these are 3/$1 at Whole foods, lol
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Quote from Teenspirit View Post :
While foods sell them for $3 for 1
you misspelled Whole. and show receipt/link to real-time deal or it never happened and be branded a phony/liar. thanks in advance
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Quote from uscpsycho View Post :
It's $9.69 if you have five S&S items.


If you have Prime, how can you tell that a deal requires Prime? I only see the Prime member price but I don't see anything on the page that says something to the effect of "Prime members only."
Under the price it says:

In Stock. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com exclusively for Prime members.
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you misspelled Whole. and show receipt/link to real-time deal or it never happened and be branded a phony/liar. thanks in advance
These usually sell for 3-5 dollars a package in the store here (CA), no way 3 for $1
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Quote from pjm3x View Post :
Where? Whole foods? Please clarify lol. Also find it hard to believe these are 3/$1 at Whole foods, lol

It looks to me like she is saying that it's 1 for $3 at Whole Foods. Maybe indicating that this is a good price? I'm not sure how many slickdealers use Whole Foods as their basis for low price comparisons, though.
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I remember eating this out of the package cold.
Never realized how cooking foods really brings out the taste.
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Quote from Teenspirit View Post :
While foods sell them for $3 for 1
Quote from pjm3x View Post :
Where? Whole foods? Please clarify lol. Also find it hard to believe these are 3/$1 at Whole foods, lol
A little different.
Sounds like Teenspirit is saying that amazon is cheaper
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I really like their lentil's, I'll have to try this one too
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