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6-Pack 26-Count Dixie Ultra Paper 20oz. Disposable Bowls EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Pack 26-Count Dixie Ultra Paper 20oz. Disposable Bowls on sale for $15.35 - Extra $2.15 Off coupon found on product page = $12.43 -> $13.20 -> now $12.43 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 156-Count 20-Oz Dixie Ultra Paper Bowls for $12.43 when you 'clip' the $2.15 coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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These go on sale at Costco $7.99 for 135 pack which makes them 5.94c per bowl. W/ 15% s&s this amazon deal is 6.98c per bowl. Not terrible, but not great.
When you have kids and work a full time job sometimes these are great for dinner when I'm exhausted.

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$13.05 for me.
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Pretty sure I get these cheaper in store at Costco, who will ship 135 of these to you for $12
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Pretty sure I get these cheaper in store at Costco, who will ship 135 of these to you for $12
Per plate Amazon is cheaper
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$11.84 for me S&S with tax
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Per plate Amazon is cheaper
10x packs of 52 at target and use the 15 off 50. $35 for 520, 5% less if you use a red card.
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$10.90 for me with coupon and SS discount. Thanks OP!
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These go on sale at Costco $7.99 for 135 pack which makes them 5.94c per bowl. W/ 15% s&s this amazon deal is 6.98c per bowl. Not terrible, but not great.
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If you have a Lidl or an Aldi around the store brand which is equal to this is much cheaper. These come to $2.07 each while Lidl is 1.59 per pack.
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If you have a Lidl or an Aldi around the store brand which is equal to this is much cheaper. These come to $2.07 each while Lidl is 1.59 per pack.
Dixie Ultra is pretty darn sturdy and Aldi store brand is "acceptable" for many applications but they're not exactly equivalent, depending on what you use them for...
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Also a good deal are these Dixie ultra plates: https://www.amazon.com/Dixie-Ultr...merReviews

About 7 cents a plate, if you buy 2 packs and have 5+ S&S - you get $15 off $50 - it was 42.80/600 plates for me.
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Sams Club has their ultra 20 oz bowls $10.28 for 150 = $0.0685 each. One cent per bowl cheaper than this posting.
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Also a good deal are these Dixie ultra plates: https://www.amazon.com/Dixie-Ultr...merReviews [amazon.com]

About 7 cents a plate, if you buy 2 packs and have 5+ S&S - you get $15 off $50 - it was 42.80/600 plates for me.
Not the best deal but I ordered anyway to have a nice supply of bowls and plates for the foreseeable future.
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Consider environmental impact. There should be no reason to use these over your already normal utensils/products in your home.
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