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Amazon.com has 130 Sq. Ft. Reynolds Wrap Heavy Duty Holiday Aluminum Foil on sale for $7.94 when you clip the 20% off coupon found on the product page and checkout with Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear

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Agreed. We either buy our foil at a "Smart & Final" for $12.29 (500 sq ft). Or we make the trip to Costco and get the 1,000sq ft for $22.69.

So basically I'll pay $3.25 max for every 130sq ft. This "deal" is double that amount for 15% S&S'ers.
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if you intentionally stop buying all foils and wraps

you'd be amazed how you manage without them

(using containers and dishes) and save the planet.
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If you buy that much go Sam's or Costco
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If you buy that much go Sam's or Costco
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If you buy that much go Sam's or Costco
Agreed. We either buy our foil at a "Smart & Final" for $12.29 (500 sq ft). Or we make the trip to Costco and get the 1,000sq ft for $22.69.

So basically I'll pay $3.25 max for every 130sq ft. This "deal" is double that amount for 15% S&S'ers.
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good deal, but it has been cheaper in past months Smilie
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if you intentionally stop buying all foils and wraps

you'd be amazed how you manage without them

(using containers and dishes) and save the planet.
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Good deal on the non-stick! Order placed.
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If you have access to Menards their heavy duty foil is better than reynolds
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if you intentionally stop buying all foils and wraps

you'd be amazed how you manage without them

(using containers and dishes) and save the planet.
Agree, bakeware (i.e. Pyrex) is the way to go for heating and baking things
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Crock pot Liners are a bit cheaper than normal pricing for off brands. I regularly get 4 for $2. The 2 boxes sold are 6ct, so 12 for $4-5 is solid.

DO NOT GET the 12 pack of boxes. Those are 4ct boxes, and come out to 48 for $24-28, a much worse deal. OP, you should edit your post to reflect the counts, not the boxes for those Liners.
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Crock pot Liners are a bit cheaper than normal pricing for off brands. I regularly get 4 for $2. The 2 boxes sold are 6ct, so 12 for $4-5 is solid.

DO NOT GET the 12 pack of boxes. Those are 4ct boxes, and come out to 48 for $24-28, a much worse deal. OP, you should edit your post to reflect the counts, not the boxes for those Liners.
Done Smilie
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Agreed. We either buy our foil at a "Smart & Final" for $12.29 (500 sq ft). Or we make the trip to Costco and get the 1,000sq ft for $22.69.

So basically I'll pay $3.25 max for every 130sq ft. This "deal" is double that amount for 15% S&S'ers.
Thanks, yes, this is way overpriced. So many overpriced amazon "deals."
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Are the slow cook liners good for instant pots?
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Garbage price. I get $0.03116 per sq ft at Costco (online without a membership). This is 0.0615 per square ft and essentially double that price. How the heck is this front page
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Garbage price. I get $0.03116 per sq ft at Costco (online without a membership). This is 0.0615 per square ft and essentially double that price. How the heck is this front page
It's so the longstanding SD'ers can make special tin foil hats, to keep the overpaying noobs from ruining our cheap addictions.
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