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Promoted 08-22-2016 by qwikwit at 02:48 PM View Original Post
Amazon has a couple 6-Pack 9oz Barilla Italian Entree Microwavable Bowls on sale from $8.93 -> now $9.63 after 'clipped' 30% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks GiveMeDeals

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Edited August 23, 2016 at 06:55 AM by TattyBear
Amazon.com has the 6 pack of Barilla Italian Entrees in Sausage & Tomato Rotini for $8.93 after applying the 30% off coupon available on the product page and basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $7.56 after coupon and five Subscribe & Save orders). Coupon is only applicable to Subscribe & Save orders.


Barilla Italian Entrees, Sausage & Tomato Rotini, 9 Ounce (Pack of 6) [amazon.com] DEAD

Also available is the 6 pack of Spicy Marinara Penne for $9.63 AC & basic S&S or $8.15 after five S&S order.

Barilla Italian Entrees, Spicy Marinara Penne, 9 Ounce (Pack of 6) [amazon.com]
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Are these any good?
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Are these any good?
They are decent, much better than frozen stuff. I have them at my desk at work for when I dont have time to get lunch
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I've tried the tomato and basil penne. It was okay. It's nice to have in the desk at work in case you forget to bring lunch or get tied up and need a quick meal. I'm personally leery about trying the ones that have meat in them, though. It just seems wrong to me. LOL.
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I've tried the tomato and basil penne. It was okay. It's nice to have in the desk at work in case you forget to bring lunch or get tied up and need a quick meal. I'm personally leery about trying the ones that have meat in them, though. It just seems wrong to me. LOL.
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They are decent, much better than frozen stuff. I have them at my desk at work for when I dont have time to get lunch
Quote from yooperwoman View Post :
I've tried the tomato and basil penne. It was okay. It's nice to have in the desk at work in case you forget to bring lunch or get tied up and need a quick meal. I'm personally leery about trying the ones that have meat in them, though. It just seems wrong to me. LOL.
Thanks. I'll give them a try. Looks like some of the flavors might make nice side dishes.
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are these big enough for dinner? how many fill you guys up? 1, 2, 3, 4, more?
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Not a bad price for what it is. Reps for a quick lunch alternative.
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are these big enough for dinner? how many fill you guys up? 1, 2, 3, 4, more?
That is a completely relative question. Certainly based on your dietary requirements. The sausage rigatoni option that I ordered is 330 calories and 14g protein, so hardly a dinner option, unless you are on a different type of diet than I and most people are. At the same time, these are coming out at less than $1.50 each, so the expectation of them being dinner is really not there for me. Again, this is all relative. Someone that lives on ramen would probably think these are gourmet. I am just getting them for my wife that sometimes has issue fitting protein into her lunch.

They are normally around $2.50 each, so maybe that gives some perspective? Again, I wouldn't expect dinner even at that price point.
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I don't know why this is a good deal. At $1.50 a piece, my local supermarket has frozen meals of larger size for around the same price.
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I don't know why this is a good deal. At $1.50 a piece, my local supermarket has frozen meals of larger size for around the same price.
This doesn't require a freezer. There is enough salt in it to keep it preserved in dry storage for years.
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In for 1 sausage; don't take that the wrong way. EEK!
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are these big enough for dinner? how many fill you guys up? 1, 2, 3, 4, more?
I've had the spicy marinara one a few times. If I'm really starving, one wouldn't be enough. Or if that's gonna be my only meal of the day, it wouldn't be enough. But for a quick lunch when I'm just sort of hungry or if I have it for dinner with a piece of chicken or something, it's pretty good.
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