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For comparison, just 1 jar is $1.98 at Walmart [walmart.com]

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6-Pack of Prego Traditional Italian Sauce (24-oz) [amazon.com]
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$6.43 w/ 15% S&S + clipped coupon

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Ooops.. not dead after all laugh out loud


Died fast.. sorry Frown
Moved to deal talk
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Just bought some!
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Just bought some!
Yeah, I thought it was dead for a moment there.
Seems to still be alive Stick Out Tongue
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Shatter proof jars might alleviate your worries they all come smashed.
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Amazon accepts food stamp?
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What is the consensus best jarred spaghetti sauce?
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What is the consensus best jarred spaghetti sauce?
Not this but at $1.25 each you can fix it up yourself if you dont want to make your own sauce from scratch and not overpay for a better jarred sauce.
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Amazon accepts food stamp?
Yes, I just noticed this yesterday when I went to cancel my membership, it told me I could get it cheaper if I was a student or had EBT. Not sure if that is JUST the membership or if all purchases as well. I guess it would probably just be membership, Amazon is not going to discount their goods for people on EBT.
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What is the consensus best jarred spaghetti sauce?
Newman's Own and Trader Joe's are my favs.

Prego thumbs down.
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Good price but ever since I've tried white linen marinara, I can't go back to prego, ragu etc. Just does not even come close

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Yes, I just noticed this yesterday when I went to cancel my membership, it told me I could get it cheaper if I was a student or had EBT. Not sure if that is JUST the membership or if all purchases as well. I guess it would probably just be membership, Amazon is not going to discount their goods when the government is paying for it.
It's the membership, which doesn't make sense. Most of the benefits of Prime have nothing to do with Food or Nutrition. I wonder if Amazon is subsidizing those individuals, doubt you can use EBT to pay for the membership.

https://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&...6256994011
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Not this but at $1.25 each you can fix it up yourself if you dont want to make your own sauce from scratch and not overpay for a better jarred sauce.
Sorry, my question was not really based off of SlickDealing but more in general, what do people who are purchasing this specific product consider to be the best jarred spaghetti sauce? Been doing a lot of cooking for ONE since my SO is always gone. A few weeks ago I bought a $5 "premium" jar of spaghetti sauce at the store and brought it to a boil and added around a half pint of heavy cream. It wasn't terrible but I felt like I wasn't a fan of the sauce itself, even right from the jar.
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It's the membership, which doesn't make sense. Most of the benefits of Prime have nothing to do with Food or Nutrition. I wonder if Amazon is subsidizing those individuals, doubt you can use EBT to pay for the membership.

https://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&...6256994011
Of course they are, that is one of the reasons Im canceling, they raise prices and cite different reasons, but you can see it right there on their webpage, they are subsidizing membership costs for people on EBT, which has nothing to do with EBT. Money has got to come from somewhere, and you know Amazon is not going to take a loss. Because of all the money I DONT have because I don't get discounts and special privileges on everything I buy and all the bills I have, I almost qualify for EBT. Maybe I will sign back up for Prime if I can get accepted to EBT.
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