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12-Count of Nature's Bakery Whole Wheat Fig Bar (various flavors)

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Amazon.com has 12-Count of Nature's Bakery Whole Wheat Fig Bar (Various Flavors) on sale for $4.75 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks PHILLYBOY, dragon911 and iamjk123

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Box contains 12 packages of two bars

Stone ground whole wheat
No high fructose corn syrup, no artificial colors or flavors
Dairy free, soy free, cholesterol free

Comparison at Google Shopping has Wal-Mart at $11.19+ship.

https://www.amazon.com/Natures-Ba...HRU9U&th=1

Images below show a pack of strawberry and a 6 count box of blueberry. This deal is for Blueberry, 12 Count Box.
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Not "much cheaper". Box of 36 is 12 to 13 dollars at Costco. The equivalent here (3 boxes of 12 * 4.25) is nearly identical. There is no coupon on these at Costco this month.
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Costco box of 36 sale just ended. Regular price is $10.99, they had on sale the whole month for $7.69... so I loaded up.
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Can get at Costco much cheaper
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Not too shabby. They retail for $3.99 per box (6 little packs).

They are pretty tasty, definitely good, but a tad high on the sugar for my liking.
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Thanks... Grabbed a couple raspberry..!
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We've been getting these for months to help get over the minimum item count for the 15% S&S discount. We like them, they make an easy last minute breakfast in the car for the kids, snack, or workout fuel. I think blueberry is one of the better flavors.
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Can get at Costco much cheaper
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In for 1 thank you.
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Apple and plain fig are both the same price as well
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a friend brought some Nature's Bakery brownies over and they were some of the best snacks I ever had. He found them at the 99 cent store. I drove to 5 of them buying up everyone I found. They are on sale at Sprouts this week at 2 for $5
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Can get at Costco much cheaper
Not "much cheaper". Box of 36 is 12 to 13 dollars at Costco. The equivalent here (3 boxes of 12 * 4.25) is nearly identical. There is no coupon on these at Costco this month.
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Thank you. Trying it for first time
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Good hiking snacks
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Raspberry says open box lol
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I love these and buy them at Costco all the time but am hesitant to get from Amazon as the last time they were expiring and tasted stale. To be fair amazon sent me another box for free but it still makes me question quality control...
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