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Amazon.com also has 100-Ct Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages (Assorted Sizes) 2 for $9.63 when you add a quantity of 2 to the cart and checkout via Subscribe & Save (select S&S Tab). Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks NightHound


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Amazon [amazon.com] has 100-Count Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages (1.0" x 3.0") for $4.96 > $4.90 > $4.88 > NLA . Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25 or more.

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Walmart, over in the fishing section, there are little plastic boxes used for lures threat will double as a band aid box. Or hit up ebay and look for an original band aid box that came in a tin can.
I realize that this is nit-picky, but being allergic doesn't change whether or not this is a good deal. Obviously you shouldn't use these if you have a latex allergy, and it's good that you called it out to save some folks some aggravation. But anyway, it's a good price, either way.
Band-aid needs to invest in better boxes. By the time you use a few of these the boxes fall apart and once they go from box to zip lock bag they always seem to instantly get lost lol.

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Lol then amazon recommends https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K9C8...d_wg=3PXNN right in the same page for $3.50 but pantry only.

Glad it's all one size instead of the assorted where you never use the little ones.
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Perfect size for normal boo boos.
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Nice deal. Got one thanks.
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$8.26 with 15% off s&s. Also no tax in FL.
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Band-aid needs to invest in better boxes. By the time you use a few of these the boxes fall apart and once they go from box to zip lock bag they always seem to instantly get lost lol.
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Band-aid needs to invest in better boxes. By the time you use a few of these the boxes fall apart and once they go from box to zip lock bag they always seem to instantly get lost lol.
Just received my order of these a week ago, and you're right. The box is crap. It's gotten really cheap and flimsy.

The fabric band-aids, though, are great. They actually stay on unlike the plastic band-aids.
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Band-aid needs to invest in better boxes. By the time you use a few of these the boxes fall apart and once they go from box to zip lock bag they always seem to instantly get lost lol.
Walmart, over in the fishing section, there are little plastic boxes used for lures threat will double as a band aid box. Or hit up ebay and look for an original band aid box that came in a tin can.
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Is this the largest size that comes in the multi-size pack? I never have enough of that size Stick Out Tongue

I literally just paid $11 for a pack of 100 assorted sizes from loca Walgreens x_x
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Better than last months deal for 2 boxes, SS. Perfect for refilling first aid kits in cars and around house.
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Too bad this is latex based. For ppl with allergies, that is not a good deal.

Sad that they don't mention the latex (only tiny writing on the box).
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The flexible fabric are the best at remaining on as others said. I couldn't take my others recently and replaced with this style.
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I was all set to buy this, then saw that Amazon brand is $5.49. I'll take that over the brand name.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K71H...B6A6XOK_pd

Edited: never mind, realized the original is cheaper when you do the 2 for 1; it wasn't showing up as cheaper since I hadn't clicked through yet. D'oh!
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Just received my order of these a week ago, and you're right. The box is crap. It's gotten really cheap and flimsy.

The fabric band-aids, though, are great. They actually stay on unlike the plastic band-aids.
I still have and refill the old tin boxes that were standard issue years ago. Probably collectors items by now.
In for another refill.

Thanks and repped.

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