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4.4oz Nonni's Thinaddictives Cookies (Pistachio Almond) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4.4oz Nonni's Thinaddictives Cookies (Pistachio Almond) for $0.86 when you 'clip' the $1.50 off coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks xrose

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Amazon S & S. Price for a 4.4 ounce Nonni's Thinaddictives in Pistachio Almond [amazon.com] is $0.88 (after tax) after clipping the $1.50 coupon and getting 5% off for Subscribe & Save.

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I'll give this a try, thanks & repped!
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Nice find OP!
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I must say haven't tried these but the name is just funny. (maybe silly, maybe stupid, maybe clever, depending on your point-of-view.) The whole mixture of "thin" and "addictive" makes you wonder what they were thinking (you can eat a lot of them and never stop and still lose weight -- kind of like those "diet pills" people used to take....)

I've had Nonni's Biscotti and they are OK, not bad. I think it's the brand often sold at Costco and also in regular boxes at supermarkets. I never thought I was getting a authentic item hand-crafted in Italy, but the whole "thin addicitve" thing just rubs me the wrong way....

[Update: That said.. I just ordered one for my S&S shipment. Hah!]
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,60 cents. Nic3!
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Thanks
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Great ss filler guaranteed to OOS soon
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Says OOS for subscription for me :/
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I must say haven't tried these but the name is just funny. (maybe silly, maybe stupid, maybe clever, depending on your point-of-view.) The whole mixture of "thin" and "addictive" makes you wonder what they were thinking (you can eat a lot of them and never stop and still lose weight -- kind of like those "diet pills" people used to take....)

I've had Nonni's Biscotti and they are OK, not bad. I think it's the brand often sold at Costco and also in regular boxes at supermarkets. I never thought I was getting a authentic item hand-crafted in Italy, but the whole "thin addicitve" thing just rubs me the wrong way....

[Update: That said.. I just ordered one for my S&S shipment. Hah!]
I believe they mean the cookies are thin, not that you will become thin from eating them.
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OOS for me
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Dead. Good find though. The cranberry flavor is still available and not a terrible deal. Can't use S&S though.
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