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3-Pk 36oz Similac Go & Grow Milk Based Toddler Drink + 2x Stickpacks

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Amazon has 3-Pack of 36oz Similac Go & Grow Milk Based Toddler Drink + 2-Count On-The-Go Stickpacks on sale for $46.78 when you 'clip' the 35% off coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks Corwin

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This is the rarest of times you'll ever catch me on here railing against anything infant/toddler related....but I haven't seen a source yet - including my doctor - who has recommended toddler-based products such as these. I asked her what we should do during our transition and she stated (after also railing against this type of stuff) to do 3% cow's milk. If we wanted to be fancy or if a dairy issue occurred we could do goat or some other option before going down the plant/nut routes (soy, almond, cashew....). We did half formula and then full milk a few days later.

I highly encourage y'all to check with your primary before doing this. Yes, your kid might not eat fish....but there's other things that has the properties of fish. Your kid might not eat broccoli...but once again, other things they might eat. This is a LOT OF MONEY when you could be paying a fraction and I just wanna make sure y'all know what you're getting yourself into. A NPR podcast I heard a few months ago suggested this is a new territory that companies like Similac are entering and they're looking for that $$$$.

Last time: check with your primary!
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Thanks OP!
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Dang, just bought last week at $70. Good deal!
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This deal is amazing. I got it for around $38 bucks with 15% s&s coupon. Usually 1 can priced around $30 to $35 at retail store, not include xtra 50%
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How's this price against:

1. Costco / Sam's club regular price and once in a while sale price

2. Target - combining Similac coupons plus buy 100 get 20 gc deals

3. Other amazon deals
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How's this price against:

1. Costco / Sam's club regular price and once in a while sale price

2. Target - combining Similac coupons plus buy 100 get 20 gc deals

3. Other amazon deals
At my Costco they dont have it.
Same size at target is closed to 30$ , Walmart has it for around $27
And Amazon has two promo codes a 20-25% and 35%, it comes at least every month but this is the first time I see it for Go&Grow, I have used this promo before on ProAdvance several times.
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At my Costco they dont have it.
Same size at target is closed to 30$ , Walmart has it for around $27
And Amazon has two promo codes a 20-25% and 35%, it comes at least every month but this is the first time I see it for Go&Grow, I have used this promo before on ProAdvance several times.
Hmmm. So at target, it can be bought at similar price:

30-15$ high value Similac coupon = 15$ a can
If we get in on buy 100$ get 20$ gc, then it becomes buy 3 cans at 30$ each, get a 10$ filler item, apply 3 coupons of 15$ each and get 20$ gc. So total outflow (30*3)+10-(15*3) = 55$ and we get 20$ Target gc so net 35$ for 3 cans.
Ofcourse stars have to align for all of this to happen. But it can happen every quarter for sure.
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Hmmm. So at target, it can be bought at similar price:

30-15$ high value Similac coupon = 15$ a can
If we get in on buy 100$ get 20$ gc, then it becomes buy 3 cans at 30$ each, get a 10$ filler item, apply 3 coupons of 15$ each and get 20$ gc. So total outflow (30*3)+10-(15*3) = 55$ and we get 20$ Target gc so net 35$ for 3 cans.
Ofcourse stars have to align for all of this to happen. But it can happen every quarter for sure.
Similac coupons say "1 per order/can" I know some people have been able to use them all 3 of them for 1 can but I have never tried it.
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Similac coupons say "1 per order/can" I know some people have been able to use them all 3 of them for 1 can but I have never tried it.
Pls read my post again. It's not using multiple coupons for one can. That is against the rules and it's not allowed. I'm referring to using 3 coupons, one each on the 3 cans.
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Coupon's still available now.
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This is the rarest of times you'll ever catch me on here railing against anything infant/toddler related....but I haven't seen a source yet - including my doctor - who has recommended toddler-based products such as these. I asked her what we should do during our transition and she stated (after also railing against this type of stuff) to do 3% cow's milk. If we wanted to be fancy or if a dairy issue occurred we could do goat or some other option before going down the plant/nut routes (soy, almond, cashew....). We did half formula and then full milk a few days later.

I highly encourage y'all to check with your primary before doing this. Yes, your kid might not eat fish....but there's other things that has the properties of fish. Your kid might not eat broccoli...but once again, other things they might eat. This is a LOT OF MONEY when you could be paying a fraction and I just wanna make sure y'all know what you're getting yourself into. A NPR podcast I heard a few months ago suggested this is a new territory that companies like Similac are entering and they're looking for that $$$$.

Last time: check with your primary!
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The customer service has gone to the dogs at amazon. I'm on chat with amazon asking to them for help with placing the order because I'm unable to see s&s discount at all in order summary. And they insist I can only get either the clipped coupon offer or s&s discount offer. Since when did that happen? And when I just said my friend placed the order and she got both, they're asking me for their order number. Isn't that against privacy? How can I share somebody else's order number? Ridiculous. What to do? This is my 3rd rep.
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The customer service has gone to the dogs at amazon. I'm on chat with amazon asking to them for help with placing the order because I'm unable to see s&s discount at all in order summary. And they insist I can only get either the clipped coupon offer or s&s discount offer. Since when did that happen? And when I just said my friend placed the order and she got both, they're asking me for their order number. Isn't that against privacy? How can I share somebody else's order number? Ridiculous. What to do? This is my 3rd rep.
Subscribe & Save still showing up for me. You may want to check you are ordering the "one month supply" choice, the one that OP linked...
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Subscribe & Save still showing up for me. You may want to check you are ordering the "one month supply" choice, the one that OP linked...
I'm ordering the right item. God knows why it's not showing s&s discount. It's strange.
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