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Prime Members: 24-Pack Cape Cod Seaside Sampler Potato Chips EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: 24-Pack Cape Cod Seaside Sampler Kettle Cooked Potato Chips on sale for $8.34 when you clip the $3 off coupon found on the product page and checkout with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks DoZeY

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Written by DoZeY Edited August 12, 2017 at 01:42 PM by annie930ny
Amazon [amazon.com] has Cape Cod Kettle Seaside Sampler Potato Chips ( Pack of 24 ) for $8.35 or less, when you clip the $3 off coupon, and checkout with Subscribe & Save.
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Who eats potato chips for their nutritional value? You do know that people on occasion just like to eat things because they taste good, right?
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These bags are .75 oz each. Supermarket price is way better.
Wouldn't that be $18
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Wouldn't that be $18
Ounces, not $. I think they're providing the hot take that larger packages offer a better value
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can't get coupon to apply
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Potato chips are bad for you. High gi little to none nutrional value. Come at me potato chip warriors
Who eats potato chips for their nutritional value? You do know that people on occasion just like to eat things because they taste good, right?
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Potato chips are bad for you. High gi little to none nutrional value. Come at me potato chip warriors
I know but they're so delicious. Can I have a chip for once? lol
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Potato chips are bad for you. High gi little to none nutrional value. Come at me potato chip warriors
So what? The sun is bad for you too. Come at me, beach goers!
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fakespot Grade B with 80% high quality reviews. not bad.
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Why canola oil you teasing little deal? I wanted your chips so badly.
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I'd rather have Alexia 98% fat-free baked fries.
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Potato chips are bad for you. High gi little to none nutrional value. Come at me potato chip warriors
I'm coming at you like a potato chip-wielding spider monkey!
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