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Box of 12 Government Issue Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) $49.99

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Daily Steals [dailysteals.com] has Box of 12 Government Issue Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) for $49.99 with free shipping (I paid $4 in tax, however). No reviews but they're listed as government issue and if the pictures are correct, this is a STEAL. Ordered one and will report if they're legit. Also has a "30-day warranty".
Warning: Pouches expire 11/2019

Site description:
"MREs, or Meals Ready to Eat, are the same meals that keep our troops running strong out in the field. Packed full of calories and nutrients, these meals are now available to the public. MREs are perfect for your 72-hour kit or bug out bag because they don't require any cooking. Just open up the pouch, heat and eat! >/p>
Pouches expire 11/2019


Condition:
New

Warranty:
30 Day Warranty

Features:
Packaging Length: 16"
Construction: ABS Plastic
Packaging type: Plain Box
12 Ready to eat meals with individual heaters
Water activated heaters
Full meal kit included
Government issue quality


Packaging:
Retail

What you get:
Twelve [12] Government Issue Meals Ready to Eat "

https://www.dailysteals.com/produ...o-eat-mres
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Pouches expire 11/2019
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Pouches expire 11/2019
​Just saw that. Updated the post.
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In the military we just recertify them to be good for another couple years as long as they aren't exposed to extreme temperatures. Of course maybe that is why I grew a third arm and see ghosts everywhere now.
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Yeah that probably is just the inspection date, I've just eaten a few of my old stock from 2008. It was fine.
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Let's get this deal out on a tray. Nice!
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These are definitely not "government issue", but a civilian version. The 2019 expiration or inspection date is also concerning. Either these are old stock, or they are not a quality product. MRE's should be shelf stable for 5 years minimum...
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another sleeper cell deal
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If you need them for a trip this summer, this is a good price. The commissary sells them for nearly $10 these days.
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These are definitely not "government issue", but a civilian version. The 2019 expiration or inspection date is also concerning. Either these are old stock, or they are not a quality product. MRE's should be shelf stable for 5 years minimum...
It says government issue quality. Not government issue. (edit - okay it really says both but we should expect the weasel words lol..)
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If you need them for a trip this summer, this is a good price. The commissary sells them for nearly $10 these days.
Stateside the BX and commissary are horribly priced. Walmart can outclass the class 6.
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BX/PX, yes. Commissary, it depends. Class 6 is only true if the state you're in allows alcohol sales outside of liquor stores, which most around here don't (MD, VA, PA).
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These are definitely not "government issue", but a civilian version. The 2019 expiration or inspection date is also concerning. Either these are old stock, or they are not a quality product. MRE's should be shelf stable for 5 years minimum...
How are these not government issue? These are exactly what I ate at boot camp and MCT for the Marine Corp 🤔
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Let's get this deal out on a tray. Nice!
Best comment here for real.
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