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It's just convenience. You could just put cereal in ziploc bags.
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Don't forget to figure in the cost of the ziplock bags. Smilie

I know it sounds lame but for some people like me, it is better to pay more to get smaller packages like so it works as a limiter rather than just filling the bowl until it's heaping without thinking. If I'm really hungry it is almost impossible for me to gauge what a "reasonable" serving is.
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The price appears as $9.59 for me.
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The price appears as $9.59 for me.
Make sure you clip the coupon and use subscribe and save to checkout 🙂
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Subscribe and Save is only 10% off.
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Not really a deal unless you have a need for a bunch of individual 1oz boxes. The price comes to .23 cents per ounce. That's high. You can buy boxes of raisin bran for .16 cents per ounce and frost flakes for .14 cents an ounce and so on.
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Not really a deal unless you have a need for a bunch of individual 1oz boxes. The price comes to .23 cents per ounce. That's high. You can buy boxes of raisin bran for .16 cents per ounce and frost flakes for .14 cents an ounce and so on.
It's just convenience. You could just put cereal in ziploc bags.
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It's just convenience. You could just put cereal in ziploc bags.
Don't forget to figure in the cost of the ziplock bags. Smilie

I know it sounds lame but for some people like me, it is better to pay more to get smaller packages like so it works as a limiter rather than just filling the bowl until it's heaping without thinking. If I'm really hungry it is almost impossible for me to gauge what a "reasonable" serving is.
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Not really a deal unless you have a need for a bunch of individual 1oz boxes. The price comes to .23 cents per ounce. That's high. You can buy boxes of raisin bran for .16 cents per ounce and frost flakes for .14 cents an ounce and so on.
I like the variety. I don't like eating the same cereal every time. Plus, many people have kids or grandkids, and they NEVER all like the same cereal.
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$5.75 for me and love these for camping!
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5.75 for me too. Good for the kids for on the go snacks.
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Subscribe and Save is only 10% off.
Yeah, what's up with certain items lately being 0% or 10% vs the normal 5% or 15%? I've been seeing it more and more.
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Yeah, what's up with certain items lately being 0% or 10% vs the normal 5% or 15%? I've been seeing it more and more.
I was shocked when I saw that too. Don't understand it either.
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