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10.8-Ounce Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal EXPIRED

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RIP Omar
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pulling the trigger bounce
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20oz regular is $1.59.

https://smile.amazon.com/Cheerios...th=1&psc=1

just noticed the 3rd party seller.
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I just love how Amazon puts the $2.99 Whole Foods offer as the buy box default ahead of their own $1.88 offer, in the hope that customers will just hit "buy" and not notice. Way to bait-and-switch the customers there, Amazon! Smilie
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Omg this is gluten free? I wasn't going to buy until I saw that brilliant marketing banner.
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Dead...?
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Quote from Kemiho33 :
Dead...?

Still shows available for that price for me.
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10.8oz = snack size
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Its basically sugar cheerios.
Better to get regular cheerios.
Downvoted.
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meh, these are $1-1.49 all the time in local weekly flyers.
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Quote from kemiho33 :
20oz regular is $1.59.

https://smile.amazon.com/cheerios...th=1&psc=1 [amazon.com]

just noticed the 3rd party seller.
$4.74
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Meh.

Safeway group of stores has this for $0.50-$1.00 each all the time in coupons and sales. Never run out of them with those offers.

If you are living in the boonies with just a 7-11 or a CVS nearby… perhaps.
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Omg this is gluten free? I wasn't going to buy until I saw that brilliant marketing banner.
As a person with Celiac's, I don't buy cereal without that on it. There are a LOT of wheat byproducts that don't technically count as wheat for allergen label requirements, but still can contain gluten. Or other grains that aren't considered allergens but still contain gluten. It's more concerning to me when, say, Kellogg's has cereals that ARE labelled gluten free, but their corn flakes aren't. It's because the "malt sugar" they use is either wheat or barley malt, both of which contain gluten, neither of which requires an allergen label. These labels can make the difference between a normal day and a week of being sick for someone with Celiac's. Meanwhile, it has exactly 0 effect on someone like yourself, so what do you care? Mindsets like yours are what cause people to give diabetics regular soda "cuz lol skinny people don't need diet soda" or not properly check ingredient labels "cuz gluten free is just a dumb fad".
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