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3-Pack Similac Advance Infant Formula Powder EXPIRED

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Amazon has select 3-Pack Similac Infant Formula Powder on sale for prices listed below when you 'clip' the 40% off coupon found on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save (click 'First delivery on', then 'Get it with your next Subscribe & Save delivery'). Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear
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Good deal. Bad title. You should really highlight the fact that it's 40% off.

At first glance I thought it was 5% off.

Thanks OP.
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Similac Pure Bliss is also on sale at 30% off. Effectively 0.53$ per oz. Good price. To give a perspective, basic most Similac formula (Advance) in this deal.above comes to 40c per oz. Pro-advance, when it goes on similar sale on Amazon, ranges from 0.53$ per oz to 0.64$ per oz depending on 40% or 30% sale on top of 15% s&s.

https://www.amazon.com/Pure-Bliss...2600569011

To compare with other retailers,this deal is much better than Target's sale price at 20% off or the buy 100$ get 20$ gc deal. If you combine target offer with similac's coupons, then that is the best deal.

With 5 s&s and 15% discount, summary is:

Items:$122.98
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Your Coupon Savings:-$36.89
Subscribe & Save:-$18.45
Total before tax:$67.64
Estimated tax to be collected:$0.00
Total:$67.64

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I was just about to go jack someone for this, thanks. Now I can refocus on finding a Cadillac.
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what is the best way to get babies on this stuff and how much would i need given that we are stopping breast milk at 10 months old (moving internationally)?
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what is the best way to get babies on this stuff and how much would i need given that we are stopping breast milk at 10 months old (moving internationally)?
My kids stopped drinking from a bottle at 12 months. I'm guessing not much. By that point they'd drink 10oz at once, but slowly went down to 1 bottle per day by the end.
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what is the best way to get babies on this stuff and how much would i need given that we are stopping breast milk at 10 months old (moving internationally)?
We mixed 50/50 breast milk to formula to wean them off. They will blow through these formulas relatively quickly. 1 1/2 pound formula lasts our 11 month old only a week now
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For those that are Sams Club members they have their own Members Mark Sensitive baby formula for 22 dollars for 48 oz with free shipping. If I do the math, the Sams Club one is cheaper. My baby has been happy with that brand since the past 5 months - no difference between that and Similac.
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Awesome I always wait for this deal
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I have 10 cans of similac advance 12.4oz exp 11/2021 if anyone wants to throw me a offer its yours. Smoke free home.
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We mixed 50/50 breast milk to formula to wean them off. They will blow through these formulas relatively quickly. 1 1/2 pound formula lasts our 11 month old only a week now
Going by quick calculations, it seems your baby is consuming 24oz formula daily.

At the 9m well check up, our baby's pediatrician was not happy to know the baby is consuming 24oz formula daily. She wanted us to reduce it in favor of more solid food, despite we doing 2 meals of 4-6oz (each) solid food as well.

Each baby is unique. Equally so, I've observed each pediatrician is different in opinions, even though they're all following the same broad guidelines. I hope your baby is enjoying solid food along with formula. I'm sharing my experience. Cheers.
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Any deal on pro advance?
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You can buy a bunch of these, and make a killing reselling them to mainland China!

Also, I know you're going to downvote me to Hell. But, when you make my comment a spoiler, it makes people want to view it even more! Because people are curious about why my comment was downvoted to Hell. Smilie
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For those that are Sams Club members they have their own Members Mark Sensitive baby formula for 22 dollars for 48 oz with free shipping. If I do the math, the Sams Club one is cheaper. My baby has been happy with that brand since the past 5 months - no difference between that and Similac.
Hummm
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