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12-Pack 3.75oz Crown Prince Skinless & Boneless Sardines in Olive Oil EXPIRED

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I hope so...wouldn't want to eat them while they're alive
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$12 is the lowest price these have ever been, and you can save another 60 cents with S&S. These usually go for $23.64. It's a great deal that almost never happens. If you like sardines then you should stock up while you can.
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Good deal. Side note: 12-year chart posted above shows a 12-year timeframe. I think the 1-year time frame is more relevant so I've attached that here. It shows less of a discount (about 50% instead of 75%). Again, good deal.
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Wow, great deal. Thank you! Applause
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Good deal but the chart above exaggerates the regularly available prices that are relevant today because it shows a 12-year timeframe. The discount from the 1-year regular prices is about 50%. Again, good deal.
You under exaggerate how great this 50% off deal is.

It almost NEVER happens (as in: It lasts for a few hours per DECADE).
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You under exaggerate how great this 50% off deal is.

It almost NEVER happens (as in: It lasts for a few hours per DECADE).
Actually it's happened 3 times in the last 12 days. Anyway the point I'm making is that the reguar price over the last year is more important than what was available 5-12 years ago (much higher). Bottom line is that it's a good deal at 50% off.
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Thanks for proving my point. ?
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These were on sale on and off for the past month, so far there have been positive reviews.
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Quality wise, how do these compare with the wild planet sardines? I got in on the 12 pack of 4.4oz for $9.37 (15% s&s) back in November. Better price, and I like them, but have never tried these ones.
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Quality wise, how do these compare with the wild planet sardines? I got in on the 12 pack of 4.4oz for $9.37 (15% s&s) back in November. Better price, and I like them, but have never tried these ones.
These are boneless and skinless. Nice upgrade, if you are disturbed by such things.

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Just ordered but says in stock Feb 21. Curious to find out how these compare to the Wild planet and the Season brand sardines from Costco.
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