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Kirkland Signature Protein Bars 20 Ct. Only $11.99 through 4/19 @ Costco B&M

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Save $6 over the regular price. You can buy them online too, at a slightly higher cost of course.
They now have new flavors available, which is probably the reasoning for this promo price.

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Holy thank you. 8 boxes. 2 cinnamon 2 cookies and crime 2 cookie dough 2 PB
Been wanting to try their new flavors for a couple months now as it wasn't in my local store too
Came out to 111.92 in CA 160 bars will last me and .7 a bar nice ty repped

Edit - 13.99 online bought. I'm sure it's 11.99 instore but my local store only has the cookie dough/brownie flavor.
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Whats the exp date on these. Plan to load up on alot
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Online price shows $19.99 and no discount shows
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Ugh, literally just bought a box yesterday.

Btw, seems like they changed the recipe and not just the packaging for the cookie dough/brownie combo. Both are softer and won't break your teeth like before
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Not to threadjack, but the NYC Costco finally got RXBars. Just in case anyone else has been looking. I know other regions have had them for a while now.
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This is a awesome deal. I've previously been using the google express coupons for these and the older version over past year, but the cheapest I ever could get is about $14.00 each box.
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Whats the exp date on these. Plan to load up on alot
No idea until you get them and look at the label really.

Imo I've eating some a couple months pass the exp date and they get a bit "hard". I don't mind really unless on the go. But microwave a tad or leave in a warm car and it gets soft

@sekngen - yah the old version was hard asf but I recently bought a box a couple months back and they are noticeably softer
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Holy hell, time to stock up!
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Anyone know a good deal on protein cookies?
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Whats the exp date on these. Plan to load up on alot
I'm not sure on the expiration, but in my experience they usually get fairly hard and dry within 3-4 months. The newer formula is MUCH better than the old one.
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Man these were pretty dry protein bars for me when I tried them. I could have got a bad batch.
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Man these were pretty dry protein bars for me when I tried them. I could have got a bad batch.
The new ones are very different and I'd recommend you try them. I mostly prefer them to the Quest ones these days, although combat crunch are still my fave. They had 20% off yesterday also.
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Anyone know a good deal on protein cookies?
I've not seen them come on sale often,.
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omg... Thanks for the heads up, OP.. Buying a dozen boxes asap.

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Ugh, literally just bought a box yesterday.

Btw, seems like they changed the recipe and not just the packaging for the cookie dough/brownie combo. Both are softer and won't break your teeth like before
I noticed that as well. I disliked the brownie flavor since it always had the texture of taffy. The texture changed for the better with the recent redesign of the box.
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