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40-Count Cheez-It Baked Snack Cheese Crackers (Original) $8.31 w/ S&S & More + Free S/H

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For the regular Cheez-Itz, this is regularly around $9 (currently $9.26) and cheaper per oz. You get fewer but bigger bags. Not sure why this deal always gets bumped to front page, I think SD must make extra fees from Subscribe & Save.

54 oz for $9.26 = $.17/oz
40 oz for $8.31 = $.21/oz
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From my past experience, Amazon usually send you bags that are about to expire. You probably have 1 week left until expirations. I'm not huge when it comes to expirations on foods, but chips are different. As they approach the expiration date they would absorb more moisture and that would affect the taste greatly.
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For the regular Cheez-Itz, this is regularly around $9 (currently $9.26) and cheaper per oz. You get fewer but bigger bags. Not sure why this deal always gets bumped to front page, I think SD must make extra fees from Subscribe & Save.

54 oz for $9.26 = $.17/oz
40 oz for $8.31 = $.21/oz
Good call on that. I was gonna buy until your post.
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For the regular Cheez-Itz, this is regularly around $9 (currently $9.26) and cheaper per oz. You get fewer but bigger bags. Not sure why this deal always gets bumped to front page, I think SD must make extra fees from Subscribe & Save.

54 oz for $9.26 = $.17/oz
40 oz for $8.31 = $.21/oz
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Good call on that. I was gonna buy until your post.
For snack-sized packs, it is more about portion control and/or convenience.

1) Some people spend time portioning the big boxes out. Time = money. There go your savings.

2) Likelihood of the larger boxes going stale if not sealed every time. A chip clip isn't going to help much. I like to seal large bags with my food sealer using their inner wax paper bag. That helps preserve the contents better than clips. Still not as well-preserved as the smaller bags with nitrogen. You could throw in an oxygen remover packet, but you do not want to crush the contents by vacuum sealing.

3) Some have portion control issues. Mindlessly overeating, due to the brain's delay in telling them they should be done. Small bags are better for their dietary needs.

Bottom line is that if you don't personally benefit enough from individual serving bags, get the big ones. Many of us find the benefits outweigh the cost, especially when on a good sale like this.
HTH.
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It's $12 now.
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For snack-sized packs, it is more about portion control and/or convenience.

1) Some people spend time portioning the big boxes out. Time = money. There go your savings.

2) Likelihood of the larger boxes going stale if not sealed every time. A chip clip isn't going to help much. I like to seal large bags with my food sealer using their inner wax paper bag. That helps preserve the contents better than clips. Still not as well-preserved as the smaller bags with nitrogen. You could throw in an oxygen remover packet, but you do not want to crush the contents by vacuum sealing.

3) Some have portion control issues. Mindlessly overeating, due to the brain's delay in telling them they should be done. Small bags are better for their dietary needs.

Bottom line is that if you don't personally benefit enough from individual serving bags, get the big ones. Many of us find the benefits outweigh the cost, especially when on a good sale like this.
HTH.
Just so we're clear because I don't see a link in meverick's post, I believe he's referring to these 36 count of 1.5oz bags [amazon.com]. So yes it's 50% more per bag but only 1.5oz, still easily considered small.
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Maybe somebody already mentioned this, but these bags come out to 20.7 cents per ounce. They are 1 oz bags. Just an FYI, at Sam's Club they sell 1.5 Oz bags at $12 for a box of 45. If you do the math per ounce instead of per unit it comes out to $0.18 per ounce which would be cheaper than this deal unless you can manage to get the 15% off subscribe and Save Discount. I know this is difficult to compare because you're having it mailed to you versus going to a store. But that is still my go-to deal if I'm in or near Sam's Club anyway. Hope this helps someone. 😊
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I like this size for kids packed lunches, thanks 👍
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good deal, but food for fatties.
What do you do to live then lol?
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Just so we're clear because I don't see a link in meverick's post, I believe he's referring to these 36 count of 1.5oz bags [amazon.com]. So yes it's 50% more per bag but only 1.5oz, still easily considered small.
Right. All I see him just mentioning it is for larger/fewer bags. Hence the reasoning when no links.
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