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Target has 100-Ct Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages (Assorted Sizes) for $4.89. Free store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks Marcosn

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Amazon.com offers the Band-Aid Brand Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages For Minor Wound Care, Assorted Sizes, 100 Count for $4.89.
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https://www.amazon.com/Band-Aid-F...B00B6A6XOK
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Contains 25pc 1 × 3, 35pc 3/4 x 3, 40pc 5/8 x 2, good for little kids maybe, but not much use for me, even the 1 x 3 are kinda to small for most applications
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They stay out and are comfortable to wear.
The flexible fabric lasts well, especially on joints and areas where there is a lot of movement.
Not waterproof, but that's not a concern for me.
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super slick. got a digital buck to boot. thanks!
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They stay out and are comfortable to wear.
The flexible fabric lasts well, especially on joints and areas where there is a lot of movement.
Not waterproof, but that's not a concern for me.
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Is this part of the regular Target weekly sale?
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Contains 25pc 1 × 3, 35pc 3/4 x 3, 40pc 5/8 x 2, good for little kids maybe, but not much use for me, even the 1 x 3 are kinda to small for most applications
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Agree with mrjj2000, 75% of the bandages are too small for practical use. Better to get a smaller number of usable sizes.
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Just as a comparison these are $6.47 at Walmart [walmart.com]
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Excellent price compared to brick & mortar stores, and at least a slight discount versus the usual Amazon price. Contrary to the other posters, I like having smaller Band-Aids on hand; using large one for small cuts gets annoying, especially on fingers (which as an adult is where I've always gotten 95% of the cuts I do get...)

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even the 1 x 3 are kinda to small for most applications
What on Earth do you do to yourself on a regular basis that requires having a large supply of bandaids wider than 1"?EEK!
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Great, I just used my last normal sized bandaid yesterday!
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Agree with mrjj2000, 75% of the bandages are too small for practical use. Better to get a smaller number of usable sizes.

Here is 100 all one size (1"x3") for $5.47. I think i'm going to cancel my original order and get these instead. Agree than the smaller sizes are not that useful.

https://www.amazon.com/Band-Aid-Flexible-Fabric-Adhesive-Bandages/dp/B00006IDL6/ref=sr_1_3_s_it?s=hp... [amazon.com]
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How much better are these than the cheap Curad ones from the dollar store?
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Yay, just used my last 100pk. Desert mountain biking causes alot of scratches and scrapes.
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Not hot.

Target store brand is the same price everyday and is actually more durable.

Started using the Band-Aid ones to redress a bad cut on my finger daily. Even though I sit at a desk and type at work, the Band-Aid bandage was a fraying mess by the end of the day.

Ran out of the Band-Aid ones in my size (stupid variety pack; most sizes are too small for adults as a previous poster mentioned) and bought the Target Up & Up version (all one size) as a replacement. These offer similar flexibility, but the construction is different such that the ends do not fray nearly as much as the Band-Aid version.

Absolutely skip the brand and buy the generic in this case!
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I bought one box. Thanks OP.
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