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8-Pack 23.5-Oz Dole Pineapple Chunks EXPIRED

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Amazon has 8-Pack 23.5-Oz Dole Pineapple Chunks on sale for $11.88 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks CChoiVA

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 8-Pack 23.5oz Dole Pineapple Chunks for $11.88 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free.

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Bought these last time and expiration date was a month after I got them.

These aren't canned, so not sure how much the expiration date really matters, but I put them in the fridge and ate them a couple months past expiration date.
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$0.063 per ounce, Great value pineapple chunks at walmart regular price is $0.046 per ounce. Aldi normal price is $0.495‬. Not a bad price if you want the resealable lid feature of these, but you can save money just buying the cans and puting leftovers in a container of your own or covering the lid of the can.
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Not free shipping. It's coming up as $6 shipping for me (California), even with Subscribe & Save, saying that it has to be >$25 for free shipping (I'm not a Prime member).
People come into these Amazon deals expected to be prime members as a given
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$0.063 per ounce, Great value pineapple chunks at walmart regular price is $0.046 per ounce. Aldi normal price is $0.495‬. Not a bad price if you want the resealable lid feature of these, but you can save money just buying the cans and puting leftovers in a container of your own or covering the lid of the can.
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Bought these last time and expiration date was a month after I got them.

These aren't canned, so not sure how much the expiration date really matters, but I put them in the fridge and ate them a couple months past expiration date.
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I'm surprised people dont post these on Costco and Sams Club posts. "Not free shipping, dont have membership. $60 for membership. Should of said that in title."

Also if this deal dies, check back later. Every time it goes back in stock, someone posts this deal.
https://slickdeals.net/f/13413496-8-pack-23-5oz-dole-pineapple-chunks-11-88-w-s-s?page=3#comments
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Not free shipping. It's coming up as $6 shipping for me (California), even with Subscribe & Save, saying that it has to be >$25 for free shipping (I'm not a Prime member).
I'm not a prime member and got it. You don't have to be a prime member to subscribe and save. I've been doing it for years.
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Bought these last time and expiration date was a month after I got them.

These aren't canned, so not sure how much the expiration date really matters, but I put them in the fridge and ate them a couple months past expiration date.
Is this best by date or expiration date? I would cancel my order if it's an expiration date.
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$0.063 per ounce, Great value pineapple chunks at walmart regular price is $0.046 per ounce. Aldi normal price is $0.495‬. Not a bad price if you want the resealable lid feature of these, but you can save money just buying the cans and puting leftovers in a container of your own or covering the lid of the can.
Thanks for doing the math.
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$10.62 ($0.0565 per ounce) if you've got 5+ S&S items.
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How much sugar?
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Is this best by date or expiration date? I would cancel my order if it's an expiration date.
Pretty sure it was an expiration date ... so unless you can eat 8 jars in a month, you might want to pass.

Like I said, I threw them all in the refrigerator and ate them past the expiration date. Wasn't too worried. Smilie
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$0.063 per ounce, Great value pineapple chunks at walmart regular price is $0.046 per ounce. Aldi normal price is $0.495‬. Not a bad price if you want the resealable lid feature of these, but you can save money just buying the cans and puting leftovers in a container of your own or covering the lid of the can.
It's subjective, but the Dole and Del Monte pineapple seem to have better flavor and texture than store brands.
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