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hlweil1985 121 1,008 August 21, 2016 at 03:30 PM in Canned Foods (4) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-22-2016 by brisar at 03:35 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 20-Pack Keebler Cookie & Cheez-It Variety Pack (21.2oz total) for $5.48 after checking out via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks hlweil1985

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Edited August 22, 2016 at 05:35 AM by jersharocks
I also just saw that they have Keebler Cookie and Cheez-It Variety Pack, 21.2 Ounce for $5.48 through S&S, they are over $7.00 at our local Wal-MartAnother decent deal on Amazon subscribe & save, you get 8 cans StarKist Chunk Light Tuna in Water (5 Ounce) for $6.74, which is just $0.85 a can or just $6.03 shipped ($0.76 a can) if you are at the 15% mark (This deal is free shipping right to your door if you purchase through Amazon's Subscribe & Save),

https://www.amazon.com/StarKist-C...00FWUO2IE/




this is $7.09 at Walmart https://www.walmart.com/ip/StarKi...t/48387973)
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#3
Nothing special about it. At times walmart online store has the 4pk (5oz each can) for $2.98.
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Got of each. Thanks. Are these good prices?
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Lol. Buy first ask questions later
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Got of each. Thanks. Are these good prices?
Last time I tasted some Great Value tuna and is just as delicious,plus the price has always been $2.98 for the 4pack 5oz cans.
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Got of each. Thanks. Are these good prices?
Honestly, no. Generic cans would be just as great in this case....especially since it's it's tuna, and not anything special about it
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Aldi has chunk light in water for $0.65 a can. Not sure if it's the same price nationally, but in terms of taste, appearance, and texture, i can't tell the difference between it and Starkist.
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Quote from blacksoxing View Post :
Honestly, no. Generic cans would be just as great in this case....especially since it's it's tuna, and not anything special about it
It's just leftover scraps of tuna and I prefer solid white albacore
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#10
HEB in Texas has this Starkist for 80 cents a can, everyday price.
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Chunk light = crap scrap tuna. I only buy solid white albacore. $1.25/can at Winco. Well worth the cost.
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Yeah chunk lite for 75 cents a can is a very average deal and solid white is definitely worth the extra money imo.
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All my local grocery stores have sales on this tuna for $0.69/can. in certain (rare) sales, they have been $0.39/can.
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Chunk light = crap scrap tuna. I only buy solid white albacore. $1.25/can at Winco. Well worth the cost.
Higher in mercury, too.
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Not bad.
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