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Zignature - 3 Cans of Premium Dog Food - Free AC B&M - Expires 2019.09.15

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Coupon Expires September 15, 2019
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  1. Click here [slickdealscdn.com] to view and print the image.
  2. Check here [zignature.com] to see the locations that sell these cans.
  3. Go to location and choose 3 cans of your choice.
  4. Upon checkout, provide them the filled out printed coupon and pay sales tax (if applicable).

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This is apparently premium canned dog food made by the same company that previously hit front page with its free 4-lb bag. The cans are typically available in-stores and online for $3-5 per can. I originally posted this deal here, but someone has erroneously marked the deal as "Expired" even though it isn't, so that's how it shows up when using the search feature.
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Great, I will get free cans and a 4# bag at the same time. Thanks OP.
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Is there typically sales tax on pet food like this?
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Why are they still using so much pea product [fda.gov] in their foods? It's hard to find dog food (I don't feed kibble) that doesn't have lentils, peas, potatoes, chickpeas in top ingredients. I'm feeding Primal Raw Frozen Nuggets until I find a good canned food to rotate.

EDIT: heh heh - I didn't see the previous debates on other dog food deal threads, so I'll assume everyone who buys is good with what appears to be a good deal. As you were.
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Quote from johnnyboy2014
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Great, I will get free cans and a 4# bag at the same time. Thanks OP.
Good idea. I waited until the last day and there were no locations that carried the bags near me, so I was only able to get some cans.
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Is there typically sales tax on pet food like this?
For me, yes. It depends on your city/state/etc. Technically, the coupon says the customer is responsible for all sales tax.

I paid 77 cents or so out of pocket for three cans at a mom and pop shop and was okay with that. I've been to some stores where they don't ask for anything after I use "free" coupons and end up with a balance of $0.00, so it depends on how the POS is programmed. I wouldn't expect or count on that, but rather would just consider myself lucky if it happened that way.
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Why are they still using so much pea product [fda.gov] in their foods? It's hard to find dog food (I don't feed kibble) that doesn't have lentils, peas, potatoes, chickpeas in top ingredients. I'm feeding Primal Raw Frozen Nuggets until I find a good canned food to rotate.

EDIT: heh heh - I didn't see the previous debates on other dog food deal threads, so I'll assume everyone who buys is good with what appears to be a good deal. As you were.
Yes, you can view the FP Zignature thread to see all the discussions/debates about the ingredients/health issues and the quality of the study, etc. It's free and I pick up these deals for our dog just to throw in randomly to "mix it up" every once in a while or use as temporary holdovers until we get a replacement bag of food. I do not plan on permanently replacing our dog's usual food with these, and I imagine most SDers are on a similar page.
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