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Suncast 72 Quart Food Storage Bin at Walmart $12.98 Free In-Store pickup

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Suncast 72 Quart Food Storage Bin $12.98 Free In-Store pickup at Walmart

Great for dog food, but I'm using it to store my large bags of bird-food.
These seem to sell for 20 to 30 bucks everywhere else.


https://www.walmart.com/ip/Suncas...E7lXesAW70

I also got these Plastic Food Scoops to go with it that are on sale for 98 cents a piece. The regular Walmart price on these are $3.40. Also available for free pickup.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Van-Ne...E7lXesAW70
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Created 07-22-2017 at 03:23 PM by PghSteelerFan43
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These don't seem to be anything special and look like they would really invite ants and other bugs in. They don't look to be sealed in any way.
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These don't seem to be anything special and look like they would really invite ants and other bugs in. They don't look to be sealed in any way.
Yeah, It wouldn't be my first choice, but have you ever priced these larger storage containers.
As long as it keeps the occasional chipmunk or squirrel out, It will do.
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I do think it's misleading that they advertise them as "Food storage containers", but they aren't sealed in any way.
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probably not good for human food, like rice.
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Yeah, It wouldn't be my first choice, but have you ever priced these larger storage containers.
As long as it keeps the occasional chipmunk or squirrel out, It will do.
Yea you are right about the price but as far as the IRIS "air tight" container brand I have and a lot of my family members too, I'd much prefer paying $20-$25 for one of those instead.

They aren't really "air tight" but I prefer the convenience of the wheels and taller container.

I think the 50lb ones go on sale pretty regularly for around $20. I recently bought another for my mom from wayfair since I had some reward dollars about to expire and a promo code. Their regular sale price is $25 vs walmart's $30.

https://www.wayfair.com/IRIS-USA-...I1541.html [for reference] [title is wrong, container is 50lbs not 50oz]

Everyone has their preferences though, I suppose this Suncast one could set on top of a shelf or dryer etc if you didn't like how short it is and price is a determining factor..
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Yea you are right about the price but as far as the IRIS "air tight" container brand I have and a lot of my family members too, I'd much prefer paying $20-$25 for one of those instead.

They aren't really "air tight" but I prefer the convenience of the wheels and taller container.

I think the 50lb ones go on sale pretty regularly for around $20. I recently bought another for my mom from wayfair since I had some reward dollars about to expire and a promo code. Their regular sale price is $25 vs walmart's $30.

https://www.wayfair.com/IRIS-USA-...I1541.html [for reference] [title is wrong, container is 50lbs not 50oz]

Everyone has their preferences though, I suppose this Suncast one could set on top of a shelf or dryer etc if you didn't like how short it is and price is a determining factor..
the initial impression of the oic of yohr link was that it was massive...but then when you look at the dimensions
Overall 21.38'' H x 15.74'' W x 18.7'' D

a bit over 1.5 feet tall laugh out loud
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the initial impression of the oic of yohr link was that it was massive...but then when you look at the dimensions
Overall 21.38'' H x 15.74'' W x 18.7'' D

a bit over 1.5 feet tall http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/emot-LOL.gif
Yeah I just measured & I guess it's only 4ish inches taller with the wheels than this model based on the walmart specs, lol.

I've seen very similar style ones as this suncast that were a lot shorter when I checked their specs.

I was just saying that the iris style & wheels is more of a convenience for me and more so for my mom.

I wasn't trying to sht on OPs deal, was just giving my opinion.

IDK what wayfair's current promos are or if any are stackable but I still have a 10% off code from the usps mover deal that I won't be using if anyone wants it.

Just PM me and I'll send it.
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LOL!!! Free in-store pick up at Amazon.
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