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6-Pack of 5-Ct BelVita Breakfast Biscuit Packs (Cinnamon Brown Sugar) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 6-Pack of 5-Ct BelVita Breakfast Biscuit Packs (Cinnamon Brown Sugar) on sale for $10.64 when you clip the 15% off coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks benebsm

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Written by benebsm Edited August 13, 2017 at 11:01 AM by cricket702
Amazon has a decent price on the cinnamon brown sugar Belvita breakfast biscuits- especially if you qualify for the 15% subscribe and save. With the extra 15% the price is comparable to Costco when it is on sale there. Since not everyone has a Costco membership I am posting it. Cinnamon brown sugar only- the other varieties are priced higher. These usually run $3 a box at the supermarkets near me. Be sure to clip the 15% off coupon on the landing page. This is for 6 boxes.

Price with 5% S&S discount and coupon- $10.64
Price with 15% S&S discount and coupon- $9.31


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Slightly cheaper at Costco if you have a membership. The 100 ct. box is $6.99 (On sale, $3.20 off) at my store. The other thing is that when I buy them at costco, almost all of the biscuits are whole. When I've bought from amazon, they show up all in crumbles every time. But a decent price, nonetheless, if you're going to crumble them on your yogurt or something.

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Slightly cheaper at Costco if you have a membership. The 100 ct. box is $6.99 (On sale, $3.20 off) at my store. The other thing is that when I buy them at costco, almost all of the biscuits are whole. When I've bought from amazon, they show up all in crumbles every time. But a decent price, nonetheless, if you're going to crumble them on your yogurt or something.
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Slightly cheaper at Costco if you have a membership. The 100 ct. box is $6.99 (On sale, $3.20 off) at my store. The other thing is that when I buy them at costco, almost all of the biscuits are whole. When I've bought from amazon, they show up all in crumbles every time. But a decent price, nonetheless, if you're going to crumble them on your yogurt or something.

Sale Price at Costco (per 4 count at $6.99) is about 28 cents. Price per 4 count here (with 15% S&S is about 31 cents. If you frequent Costco that's slightly cheaper. If you don't have a Costco, or the gas and aggravation is not worth saving a few cents, then this is a good deal. I have ordered these through Amazon before and they didn't come broken.
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Thx op, tu and repped!Smilie
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Quote from benebsm View Post :
Sale Price at Costco (per 4 count at $6.99) is about 28 cents. Price per 4 count here (with 15% S&S is about 31 cents. If you frequent Costco that's slightly cheaper. If you don't have a Costco, or the gas and aggregation is not worth saving a few cents, then this is a good deal. I have ordered these through Amazon before and they didn't come broken.
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Autocorrect causes aggravation 😞
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Costco aggravation is easily $5 in my opinion

That's why I buy lots of stuff when I go there, I don't want to go back for a long time
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you can just eat those for breakfast? how do those taste
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you can just eat those for breakfast? how do those taste
Taste is pretty subjective. Personally I think they are delicious. I use them as a breakfast on the go.
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Nutritional Information Per Serving
Calories 230
Total Fat 8g 12%
.... - Saturated Fat 0.5g 3%
.... - Trans Fat 0g
.... - Polyunsaturated Fat 2.5g
.... - Monounsaturated Fat 4.5g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 220mg 9%
Potassium 90mg 3%
Total Carbohydrate 35g 12%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Sugars 10g
Protein 4g

Serving Size 1 pack (50g) (4 biscuits)

Reference: http://www.belvitabreakfast.com/f...rown-sugar
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you can just eat those for breakfast? how do those taste
Like firmer/slightly more compact Graham crackers. Delicious.
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Pretty much guarenteed to be crumbs once you pull them out of your monthly box
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Pretty much guarenteed to be crumbs once you pull them out of your monthly box
You beat me to saying it. I always pull these from the back of the shelf to help ensure they're not banged around too much.
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With the many times I've bought these from various merchants (Amazon, Costco, Sam's supermarkets), I've never had a problem with breakage/crumbs. That being said, there's always a 1st time, and I'm hoping this order from Amazon isn't it.
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