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Enfamil Enspire Infant/Baby Formula, Powder 102.5 Ounce - $124.91 [Free Prime Shipping]

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Normal price is ~$40 per container - With this deal you are getting ~$10-$15 off per container.
With all coupons and 5% S&S total = $144.90 (~$28.98 per container)
With all coupons and 15% S&S total = $124.91 (~$24.98 per container)
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How does this compare to the Similac Pro-Advance ?
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How does this compare to the Similac Pro-Advance ?
Here is a page comparing the two: http://versushost.com/similac-pro...l-enspire/

In every day use, my 6 month old daughter seems to have less gas and gas pains when using Enfamil Enspire. That could be due to the prebiotics and probiotics in the Enspire. We normally use Similac Pro-Advance though. My wife wanted to try the Enspire, especially at this price point.
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Here is a page comparing the two: http://versushost.com/similac-pro...l-enspire/

In every day use, my 6 month old daughter seems to have less gas and gas pains when using Enfamil Enspire. That could be due to the prebiotics and probiotics in the Enspire. We normally use Similac Pro-Advance though. My wife wanted to try the Enspire, especially at this price point.
right now I have a 7 week old. I haven't tried the powders yet since it's not considered sterile once opened, so I've been getting the pre-mix bottles from costco for 57 bucks for a 8 x 8 quart bottles.

I do want to try the enspire though and the price is making it very tempting.
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right now I have a 7 week old. I haven't tried the powders yet since it's not considered sterile once opened, so I've been getting the pre-mix bottles from costco for 57 bucks for a 8 x 8 quart bottles.

I do want to try the enspire though and the price is making it very tempting.
It wouldn't hurt to stock up on it. Even if you aren't going to use it for a few months. We purchased formula whenever we found deals like this and built up a stockpile. That stockpile quickly depleted when my daughter switched from purely breast milk to mainly formula.
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It wouldn't hurt to stock up on it. Even if you aren't going to use it for a few months. We purchased formula whenever we found deals like this and built up a stockpile. That stockpile quickly depleted when my daughter switched from purely breast milk to mainly formula.
yea i may give it a try. the kid eats like a machine all formula without any issues.
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$1.24 per ounce for formula is a deal? Is this brand that superior to Sam's or BJ's store brand which sell for less $.60 per ounce?

Not making a statement against the price point, generally curious to value of both.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for none iron formulas? Force feeding her iron separately anyway. Formula taste really bad and she's never accepted the bottle. My baby won't drink formula, and hardly drinks milk like once in a blue moon. She needs the toddler formula at 15 months.
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$1.24 per ounce for formula is a deal? Is this brand that superior to Sam's or BJ's store brand which sell for less $.60 per ounce?

Not making a statement against the price point, generally curious to value of both.

With anything for babies, its difficult to put a price on marginal incremental benefits. Costco formula comes to about 1/4th the cost of this but this is supposed to be "slightly" better. There are 2 ingredients in this that make it better than others. IF you want more detailed information about differences in this and some of the others have a look at https://www.reviews.com/baby-formula/

Although my ped suggested Generic brands, we alternate between Kirkland and Enfamil.

Thanks OP
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right now I have a 7 week old. I haven't tried the powders yet since it's not considered sterile once opened, so I've been getting the pre-mix bottles from costco for 57 bucks for a 8 x 8 quart bottles.

I do want to try the enspire though and the price is making it very tempting.
Really? We have a two week old and he's been doing powder for the last week. Didn't realize there was an issue with it. He seems fine though.
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$1.24 per ounce for formula is a deal? Is this brand that superior to Sam's or BJ's store brand which sell for less $.60 per ounce?

Not making a statement against the price point, generally curious to value of both.
For whatever reason my wife refuses to use any generic or warehouse brand formula. So in my instance, this is a very large price break versus what we normally pay.
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What's the average shelf life on these? Baby is due in May and wonder if these won't expire by then.
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Really? We have a two week old and he's been doing powder for the last week. Didn't realize there was an issue with it. He seems fine though.
Bacteria can grow in the powders and that had me
Concerned. It's probably a non issue but figured safe than sorry. I'm gonna do the pre mixed bottles from Costco for 3 or so months and start doing powders after


Here is the link from cdc

https://www.cdc.gov/features/cron...index.html
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Bacteria can grow in the powders and that had me
Concerned. It's probably a non issue but figured safe than sorry. I'm gonna do the pre mixed bottles from Costco for 3 or so months and start doing powders after


Here is the link from cdc

https://www.cdc.gov/features/cron...index.html
Interesting. Thanks. I probably was more cautious with our first but less concerned this time. He's also doing pumped Brady milk so not doing much formula right now.
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What's the average shelf life on these? Baby is due in May and wonder if these won't expire by then.
We just bought some from Target and the expiration is July of 2019. May of this year a friend gave us one and it's expiration is October 2018. They last quite a while.
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