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Clip 50% off coupon. $9.69 after coupon for a 6 pack of chicken noodle.

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Subscribe & Save: -$1.08
Your Coupon Savings: -$10.77
Total before tax: $9.69
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All processed soup has a ton of sodium. That's pretty much a given.
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Unless you have a specific medical condition that prohibits excess sodium, salt is totally fine. My lunch, every single day contains well over 3000mg. Just learn to drink more water and consume a diet that contains some potassium and you can stop worrying about sodium ever again. (Again, if you have a medical condition this is different.)
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Coupon seems to work with the other flavors too. I'll give it a try. Thanks OP.
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Multiple use coupon plus SS makes this hot. Got one of each!
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Anyone know the shelf life on these?
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Thanks, gonna try out the Chicken Noodle and Minestrone.
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A ton of sodium...Enjoy!
All processed soup has a ton of sodium. That's pretty much a given.
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A ton of sodium...Enjoy!
Unless you have a specific medical condition that prohibits excess sodium, salt is totally fine. My lunch, every single day contains well over 3000mg. Just learn to drink more water and consume a diet that contains some potassium and you can stop worrying about sodium ever again. (Again, if you have a medical condition this is different.)
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Still more expensive than progresso and Campbell's when on sale
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9.5 cents /oz for meat. 8.7/oz for non meat. Which seems to be aligned with Campbell/Progresso non condensed soups. Campbell's avg 9.5 cents. Progresso non meats avg 8 cents, meat 9 cents. Condensed is more expensive at around 14 cents. Just looking at Walmart prices.
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Still more expensive than progresso and Campbell's when on sale
Well yeah, but how does the taste compare? It's about $1.60/ea for the minnestrone vs. 99 cents/ea for progresso when on sale?
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Well yeah, but how does the taste compare? It's about $1.60/ea for the minnestrone vs. 99 cents/ea for progresso when on sale?
$1.25/ea Chicken/Minestrone and $1.15/ea Chipotle
If you, like most people here, have 5 S&S items. That's pretty comparable to other soups on sale.

I too would like to know from somebody else who has experience with this soups taste. But, I never really found a soup that tasted bad, so I'm gonna give it a shot.
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