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Mountain Dew Kickstart 16oz cans, 12 count - $11.40 with 5% S&S, $10.20 with 15% S&S on Amazon.

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Mountain Dew Kickstart 16oz cans, 12 count - $11.40 with 5% S&S, $10.20 with 15% S&S. Some are showing a deposit fee while others are not.

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Black Cherry, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07GDXN1Y3

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Blueberry Pomegranate, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07N9HZL7J

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Fruit Punch, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Dew-Kickst...B07GJXBFG1

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Mango Lime, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07GJRQ5G3

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Midnight Grape, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07GF9F4Q4

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Orange Citrus, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B078NCPSHH

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Pineapple Orange Mango, 16 Fl Oz (12 Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07N9N9J2R

Mountain Dew Kickstart, Raspberry Citrus, 16 Fl Oz (12Count):
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07N9JY1FZ

https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-D...B07N9JY1FZ In stock on January 23, 2020
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If I drink more than one of these I get gassy lol. They're tasty though.
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Honest question - what makes this a slick deal? At least some, of not all, of these have been $12 (before S&S discounts are calculated) more often than not since the end of July 2019. (Actually, they dropped even lower several times within that time frame, to $11.76.)

So what makes them SD-worthy for $12 (before S&S discount) now? I don't see a coupon or multi-buy discount, just this relatively typical price. Just curious, no disrespect intended.
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I wish they would bring back the glass bottles full time.
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Honest question - what makes this a slick deal? At least some, of not all, of these have been $12 (before S&S discounts are calculated) more often than not since the end of July 2019. (Actually, they dropped even lower several times within that time frame, to $11.76.)

So what makes them SD-worthy for $12 (before S&S discount) now? I don't see a coupon or multi-buy discount, just this relatively typical price. Just curious, no disrespect intended.
I'll try my best.

The S&S pricing is considered the coupon/discount which at 15% saves you for example $2 plus tax on the Orange Citrus sale price.

Agreed that in 2019 the prices went up and down throughout the year, and may do so throughout 2020 on this and similar products - but with several states enacting new health taxes on products like this it is highly doubtful that pricing will do anything but go up & there is no way I know of to go back in time to buy it at the previous sale prices, and if there was I think I'd go after winning lotto numbers instead.

Lastly, if someone likes or wants to purchase this particular brand at this price point it is a good deal with or without S&S delivered to your home - especially when the regular price in store can run $1.99 or more per can which makes it a deal for those who might be unaware of it being on sale right now.

As far as it being a major Slickdeal, never claimed it was. All I've done was try to put it out there as throughly and correctly as possible to share it with those who might have an interest in it - as it used to be done here before it became a competition to put nearly anything up from the emails most of us already get instead of accidentally found absurdly discounted didn't know I needed it treasures.

I hope I was able to answer your question to your satisfaction and with the same level of respect that was kind of you to offer towards me, and yet so often is forgotten on these many Slick pages where nowadays attacking & belittling seem to be the norm.
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I'll try my best.

The S&S pricing is considered the coupon/discount which at 15% saves you for example $2 plus tax on the Orange Citrus sale price.

Agreed that in 2019 the prices went up and down throughout the year, and may do so throughout 2020 on this and similar products - but with several states enacting new health taxes on products like this it is highly doubtful that pricing will do anything but go up & there is no way I know of to go back in time to buy it at the previous sale prices, and if there was I think I'd go after winning lotto numbers instead.
This is pretty much the normal pricing that amazon always has these for. I would know since I buy them quite frequently on s/s.
They have been significantly cheaper in the past after s/s also
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