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I bought these the last time they were on sale. I'd say like 80% of them were stale. Unless Amazon has changed the way they store food products I'd stay away.

Recently I got Cracker Jack Original Caramel Coated Popcorn & Peanuts, 1.25 Ounce Bags, 30 Count [amazon.com] . They're fresh, a larger portion (1.25oz) & cheaper per ounce than this deal.
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Hey I got my driver's license from one of these boxes years ago! 🚗
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Apparently they now give out codes for virtual prizes in the box. They found a way to make it worse.
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When I was kid these things were made of real sugar. After they switched to HFCS and then to regular corn syrup, the taste went to hell. Not to mention them stopping plastic toys and moving to stickers and paper puzzles.

Stay away.
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When I was kid these things were made of real sugar. After they switched to HFCS and then to regular corn syrup, the taste went to hell. Not to mention them stopping plastic toys and moving to stickers and paper puzzles.

Stay away.
Apparently, these corporate types are all about the Benjamins. They must hate America.
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I bought these the last time they were on sale. I'd say like 80% of them were stale. Unless Amazon has changed the way they store food products I'd stay away.

Recently I got Cracker Jack Original Caramel Coated Popcorn & Peanuts, 1.25 Ounce Bags, 30 Count [amazon.com] . They're fresh, a larger portion (1.25oz) & cheaper per ounce than this deal.
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When I was kid these things were made of real sugar. After they switched to HFCS and then to regular corn syrup, the taste went to hell. Not to mention them stopping plastic toys and moving to stickers and paper puzzles.

Stay away.
Had no idea they had quit including the toy/sticker/whatever.
Bummer.
thanks for heads up.
Still a nice price, thanks for sharing OP
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Hey I got my driver's license from one of these boxes years ago! 🚗
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I got these from a previous deal. I thought "I loved these 30 years ago when I was a kid!", I regretted ordering them. They're not as good as they used to be, it looks like switching from real sugar is likely the reason. At first I thought my taste must've changed but apparently it was the product.
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Sugar is still the top ingredient
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It will eventually be stuck together like a brick by heat or just by sitting there in cold. I know this from last time. So shelf life has a small window then mentioned date. I would give it a month or a month & half.
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Hey I got my driver's license from one of these boxes years ago! 🚗
Does it work on alcohol? I've been waiting to turn 21 for years!
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When I was kid these things were made of real sugar. After they switched to HFCS and then to regular corn syrup, the taste went to hell. Not to mention them stopping plastic toys and moving to stickers and paper puzzles.

Stay away.
Apparently they now give out codes for virtual prizes in the box. They found a way to make it worse.
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I bought these the last time they were on sale. I'd say like 80% of them were stale. Unless Amazon has changed the way they store food products I'd stay away.

Recently I got Cracker Jack Original Caramel Coated Popcorn & Peanuts, 1.25 Ounce Bags, 30 Count [amazon.com] . They're fresh, a larger portion (1.25oz) & cheaper per ounce than this deal.
Thanks for the link. They're $6.88 on sale now for the larger size 30 count and bagged instead of the box. When I was a kid they didn't stay on the shelf long enough to go stale, but the last boxed ones from Amazon were all bricked & the ones I tried from DollarTree had a sawdust like after taste - made you want to scrape your tongue to get the taste off.
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I am seeing only 4$ to clip looks like YMMV
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