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3 x 50 All Powercore laundry detergent pacs + $10 Target GC for $26 = ~10.6 cents per load $15.77

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Target has All Powercore laundry pacs [target.com], tub of 50 for $8.59.

If you buy 3 laundry items (say, 3 of these) you get a $10 gift card.

So $25.77 for 3 - $10.00 (gift card) = $15.77 for 150 pods. That's cheaper than Costco's Kirkland Signature pods.

(Yes, buying vats of liquid detergent can be even cheaper. However, these are portioned out -- bottled detergent can easily get overused meaning you get fewer loads than promised driving up the actual effective cost.)
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if you can get this promo in stores there's a 2.00 off 1 all product printable coupon you can use also
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I'm not a detergent snob but seems like a good deal per load. Op has a good point about using too much from the "vats"

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Not reviewed well on consumer reports. https://www.consumerreports.org/p.../overview/
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Not reviewed well on consumer reports. https://www.consumerreports.org/p.../overview/
Better reviews (and more) on Amazon, but still mixed:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01ALAV6OW/

We've used these for a couple months without issue (I previously bought them from Sam's Club on sale). No issue with them dissolving for us even in cold water, but maybe your machine matters?

We'd previously been using All in the giant containers and haven't noticed a cleaning power difference.
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I've recently switched to these and, for the money, they work better than any detergent I've used. I normally put one in the bottom, load the washer with clothes, and put one on the top. I also use liquid fabric softener with these and have no issues.

My clothes get pretty stinky from where I work and these do the job as well or better than more expensive brands I've tried. They also save me a lot of money compared to liquid. Even concentrated liquid forces me to use over a cap full per load.

I think the ones with oxy work the best, but these listed in the op work great too.
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