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3-Pack 34.9oz Similac Sensitive Infant Powder Formula w/ Iron EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack of 34.9-oz Similac Sensitive Infant Powder Formula w/ Iron for $61.01 when you 'clip' the 30% off coupon and check out via "Subscribe & Save". Shipping is free. Thanks RebatesandChem

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Hey guys,
Amazon.com has Similac Advance Infant Formula with Iron, Powder, One Month Supply, 36 Ounce (Pack of 3) [amazon.com] (Multiple Varieties) for as low as $51.63 with Free Shipping w/S&S. Clip 30% coupon on product page for discount.

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Similac Sensitive Infant Formula with Iron, For Fussiness and Gas, One Month's Supply, Baby Formula, Powder, 2.18 lb (Pack of 3) [amazon.com]
5% Discount: $61.01
15% Discount: $51.63

Similac Advance Infant Formula with Iron, Powder, One Month Supply, 36 Ounce (Pack of 3) [amazon.com] - no longer available
5% Discount: $62.98
15% Discount: $52.30

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There are a lot of circumstances that lead to formula feeding. I find it extremely unnecessary to judge people on this topic and it happens all the time. How about let people make choices that are best for their family?...

Edit - this is a good deal, but I did pay a few dollars less last month.
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If you're a pediatrician then you should be aware of the countless number of reasons why parents/mothers choose to voluntarily or involuntarily formula feed there babies. Fed is best.

Fantastic deal. I too wish Total Comfort would benefit from these deals, this was the best variety for our daughter after I could not breastfeed her anymore and didn't have any luck with the Pro-Advance or Pro-Sensitive.
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Thanks. My son need them.
My total came out $53.29 with 5 or more S&S.(Similac Advance)

Item(s) Subtotal: $96.88
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Subscribe & Save: -$14.53
Your Coupon Savings: -$29.06
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Total before tax: $53.29
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00
Gift Card Amount: -$53.29
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Why is the Total Comfort formula not a part of such deals? That is the only formula my kid can have!
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
There are a lot of circumstances that lead to formula feeding. I find it extremely unnecessary to judge people on this topic and it happens all the time. How about let people make choices that are best for their family?...

Edit - this is a good deal, but I did pay a few dollars less last month.
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
If you're a pediatrician then you should be aware of the countless number of reasons why parents/mothers choose to voluntarily or involuntarily formula feed there babies. Fed is best.

Fantastic deal. I too wish Total Comfort would benefit from these deals, this was the best variety for our daughter after I could not breastfeed her anymore and didn't have any luck with the Pro-Advance or Pro-Sensitive.
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
How about if you decide what to do with your breasts, and everyone else does the same? Crazy idea, huh?
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
Are you serious? Not everyone can breastfeed!! I did it for five months and then she got sick with rsv and pneumonia and wouldn't take it because she couldn't breathe. Thank goodness you're not my pediatrician because I would leave your office with your extreme opinions. #gtfo
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
A real pediatrician would know better than to say this. You have no right to judge the countless women who are unable to breastfeed for medical or other reasons. You remind me of the specialist who insisted on giving me a brochure about how great breastfeeding was even after I told her I tried and tried and tried and couldn't for medical reasons. Just don't.
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There are a lot of circumstances that lead to formula feeding. I find it extremely unnecessary to judge people on this topic and it happens all the time. How about let people make choices that are best for their family?...

Edit - this is a good deal, but I did pay a few dollars less last month.
The most terrifying week of my life was when one of my newborns flunked breastfeeding spectacularly and nearly ended up being readmitted to the hospital due to dehydration. The idea that CERTAIN DOOM awaits the infant that isn't breastfed didn't help. That baby is now a very happy, healthy child and formula saved their life. I urge expectant parents to learn the risk factors for breastfeeding failure and signs of infant dehydration. I delivered at a baby friendly hospital and not one of the many lactation consultants who saw me realized that the baby was getting almost no milk. It was my pediatrician who realized the situation at the baby's first appointment and told me to either buy formula and feed immediately or she was readmitting my newborn because the situation was that urgent.

And on topic, If your kids are flexible about what they'll eat, we've been really happy with this formula, and the 20% coupon is reusable and it underprices Costco.

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My wife cant breast feed for health issues. God knows what that pediatrician does in her office.
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I'm a pediatrician. Unless you are a single father... Breastfeed your kids. It's cheaper and far less problems...
Saying you're a pediatrician doesn't make it true.
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