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3-Count 34.9oz Similac Pro-Sensitive Non-GMO Infant Formula w/ Iron EXPIRED

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Amazon has select 3-Count 34.9oz Similac Pro-Sensitive Non-GMO Infant Formula w/ Iron on sale for $71.43 when you 'clip' the 40% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Count 34.9oz Similac Pro-Sensitive Non-GMO Infant Formula w/ Iron for $71.43 when you 'clip' the 40% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Pro-advance is $30 of too
You have to register for SimilacStrongMom coupon. By default they will send rebate check which can be used in store. Change the setting to electronic coupon and then they will send you coupon codes which can be used on Amazon.
I would suggest not buying in bulk until you are certain your baby likes and can take the formula without issue. You can always ask the pediatrician for samples.

Also be mindful of when your baby will actually start using the formula as people in the past have expressed concern about expiration dates being within a year. These deals come around every so often so it may be best to take advantage of the next one.

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Pro-advance is $30 of too
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Amazing price.wish they had the offer for total comfort
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I have a 4-month old son on Similac Pro Advance. Been waiting for this deal to come back. Thanks OP!
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Hi there! Soon-to-be father here-- how does this compare to bargain store formula like this kind? https://www.walmart.com/ip/Parent-s-Choice-Tender-Non-GMO-Infant-Formula-Milk-Based-Powder-32-oz/438... [walmart.com]

Also, is it wise to just get the lactose free version without being advised by a pediatrician first?
Sorry if these questions sound naive-- it seems like there are quite a few things I need to become educated on in the next couple weeks
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Hi there! Soon-to-be father here-- how does this compare to bargain store formula like this kind? https://www.walmart.com/ip/Parent-s-Choice-Tender-Non-GMO-Infant-Formula-Milk-Based-Powder-32-oz/438... [walmart.com]

Also, is it wise to just get the lactose free version without being advised by a pediatrician first?
Sorry if these questions sound naive-- it seems like there are quite a few things I need to become educated on in the next couple weeks
I would suggest not buying in bulk until you are certain your baby likes and can take the formula without issue. You can always ask the pediatrician for samples.

Also be mindful of when your baby will actually start using the formula as people in the past have expressed concern about expiration dates being within a year. These deals come around every so often so it may be best to take advantage of the next one.
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Pro-advance is $30 of too
What's the difference, any idea?
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What's the difference, any idea?
Same line of formula. The initial deal posted is their "sensitive" version and the "pro-advanced" he linked the standard version so to speak. I think technically they are both "pro-advanced." You know, so our infants who drink this can be pros. And advanced.
Anyways, I recommend the same as the other poster says. Make sure your baby likes a certain kind and then buy in bulk. Cheers!
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What's the difference, any idea?
OP is pro-sensitive while the other one is pro-advance.
Pro-sensitive is for those baby with GI problems. Less gas.
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What's the difference, any idea?
If your baby is sensitive to food items and has allergies, doctor recommended giving pro-sensitive version. Otherwise pro-advance should be fine
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Thanks OP. Was looking for the coupon as I'm on my last bottle now. Ordered pro-advance with 15% S&S and $15 SimilacStrongMom coupon.

Items:
$129.60

Shipping & Handling:
$0.00

Subscribe & Save
-$19.44

SimilacStrongMoms
-$15.00

Your Coupon Savings
-$30.00

Total Before Tax:
$65.16

Estimated Tax Collected:
$2.14

Order Total
$67.30
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I normally use pro advance. If baby takes that fine do you think he would also take the pro sensitive fine?
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Thanks OP. Was looking for the coupon as I'm on my last bottle now. Ordered pro-advance with 15% S&S and $15 SimilacStrongMom coupon.

Items:
$129.60

Shipping & Handling:
$0.00

Subscribe & Save
-$19.44

SimilacStrongMoms
-$15.00

Your Coupon Savings
-$30.00

Total Before Tax:
$65.16

Estimated Tax Collected:
$2.14

Order Total
$67.30
How do you use the SimilacStrongMoms coupon?
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Anyone having issues getting the $30 off discount on Pro Advance? Never had issues before. I'm only getting the S&S discount.
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