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Chicken of the Sea Tuna Chunk Light in Water, 50% Low Sodium, 5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) S&S $20.20

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Chicken of the Sea Tuna Chunk Light in Water, 50% Low Sodium, 5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) for $20.20 with subscribe and save or $23.76 to deliver now. Less than $1 per can.

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Chicken of the Sea Tuna Chunk Light in Water, 50% Low Sodium, 5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 24) for $20.20 with subscribe and save or $23.76 to deliver now. Less than $1 per can.

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How is this compared to Starkist tuna? I am just asking as I see the price is lower for the Starkist items
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How is this compared to Starkist tuna? I am just asking as I see the price is lower for the Starkist items
This is my favorite tuna - Chicken of the Sea, specifically the chunk light in water. It isn't albacore, but it's consistently good and tasty with a relatively firm texture, and cheap. I find Starkist, Bumblebee, and generics to be mushier and less appealing most of the time.

I'll also say that this price is decent but not stellar at 84 cents a can. Local supermarket sales are often cheaper at 79 or even 69 cents a can, and you don't have to buy twenty bucks worth. I didn't go nuts panic-buying everything in sight in March, but let's just say I'm good on tuna and Powerade for a little while (two things I consider staples that I knew would keep okay but get used one way or another).
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deal is dead, jumped nearly 100%
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