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12-Count 16 Oz Ball Regular Mouth Glass Mason Jars with Lids + Bands

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Walmart has Select 12-Count Ball Mason Jars on sale for the prices listed below. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (90-day free Trial) or on orders $35+

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Was looking for mason jars to store food. and came across these Ball jars at Walmart.com. Prices are lower and quality is better than those at Amazon.com, where many unknown jar brands rule. Minimum $35 for free shipping,

Ball, Glass Mason Jars with Lids & Bands, Wide Mouth, Clear, 16 oz, 12 Count, $11.98
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ball-G...t/16213254

Ball, Glass Mason Jar with Lid & Band, Regular Mouth, 16 oz., 12 Count, $9.47
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ball-G...t/14234955

Ball, Glass Mason Jars with Lids & Bands, Wide Mouth, 32 oz, 12 Count, $11.97
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ball-G...hbdg=L1600

Ball, Glass Mason Jars with Lids & Bands, Regular Mouth, 32 oz, 12 Count, 10.78
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ball-G...t/14234956 OOS
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Last Edited by BeAuMaN | Staff January 24, 2022 at 08:27 PM
Shipping/Pickup and Pricing may vary regionally. These are some additional jar packs I'm seeing on sale (with my shipping address being set in California). Not posting anything that's more than $1/jar.

Shipping:

12-count 8 Oz. Quilted Regular Mouth Ball Jars [walmart.com] for $9.47

12-count 32 Oz. Regular Mouth Kerr Jars [walmart.com] for $10.78

12-count 16 Oz. Regular Mouth Kerr Jars [walmart.com] for $9.74

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12-count 16 Oz. Wide Mouth Kerr Jars [walmart.com] for $9.74
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Steve1280 asked this question on 01-17-2022 at 11:57 AM
01-18-2022 at 06:25 AM
Ball makes a plastic lid. You can find them at most groceries and Amazon
01-19-2022 at 12:01 PM
walmart makes a plastic lid. good lid , not water tight unless you put a metal lid in it so it has a gasket. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainstays-Wide-Mouth-Jar-Lids-8-Count/21312095?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=0&wl13=2269&adid=2222222227721312095_117755028669_12420145346&wmlspartner=wmtlabs&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=501107745824&wl4=pla-293946777986&wl5=9033680&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=8175035&wl11=local&wl12=21312095&wl13=2269&veh=sem_LIA&gclid=Cj0KCQiAip-PBhDVARIsAPP2xc2X0mjQBfzR50a1lhQPSHLV8SeXBNz7cOClLC5WSyv-E0eViAvytsoaArucEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
01-19-2022 at 03:09 PM
These are the best REGULAR MOUTH plastic lids: https://www.shroomsupply.com/myco-jar-lids/mushroom-jar-lids/plastic-jar-lid-pp5-regular-mouth-70-mm

They do not leak and do not require a gasket. I know it is a weird website to order mason jar lids from, but it's the only place I have been able to find these lids.... and I have looked extensively!

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Didnt hipsters and bored housewives hoard these at the start of Covid?
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Anyone that cans/preserves and wants to know what they are feeding their children have always 'hoarded' jars of all types and sizes. Beginning with a garden, those 'housewives' are anything but bored.

The shortage was the lids/seals.
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These jars have a weird design for the lids. A loose cap that falls off the closing lid. Lid doesn't come off as single unit but is made up of two loose parts.

if someone understands the reasoning for this design, let us know. I cant think of the benefits with this weird design
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When reusing, you just buy a box of seals and not the whole lid.

When canning, you just barely snug the lid and the vacuum created 'pops' the seal lid and then you can tighten. When checking later, you can easily tell if any came unsealed.
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Although these go in and out of stock, these seem like normal prices when they are available through Walmart.com. Target usually has prices that are close to these too (again, when in stock).
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It sounds like you, or someone you know does a little canning. Most all farm stores like Tractor Supply [tractorsupply.com] carry canning supplies (with some decorative or otherwise unique jars) and usually have a sale once or twice a year. It is typically best to pick jars up in store, as shipping is hit and miss for breakage.

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Canning things like stewed tomatoes, juices, or other things that you just open and pour out. Lids are usually cheaper too.
Liquids. Always can stocks and single portion soups in reg mouth pints. Cheaper, one of the only reasons.
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For anyone that hasn't bought these, the widemouth are about a billion times nicer to deal with. Does anyone have a use case where the narrow ones are actually better?

I actually have both and prefer the small mouth for some things. Like canning peaches, or other fruit/veggies that float. The smaller mouth design helps them stay below the liquid. But I also use them for things that are pourable like salsa and sauces.
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Anyone that cans/preserves and wants to know what they are feeding their children have always 'hoarded' jars of all types and sizes. Beginning with a garden, those 'housewives' are anything but bored.

The shortage was the lids/seals.

Exactly. I wish I was bored. laugh out loud But living in New England we have a very short growing season and if we want any leftovers from the garden during the winter we need to can them.
I have so many jars now, just due to needing seals last year.
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Exactly. I wish I was bored. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif But living in New England we have a very short growing season and if we want any leftovers from the garden during the winter we need to can them.
I have so many jars now, just due to needing seals last year.
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Sounds like you need a bigger garden. Smilie

Someplace I saw a different supplier for a new type of lid and then there are 'reusable' that I/we have never tried. When on sale, I do stock up for a 3 year supply, whereas some Mormon and Amish friends have a lot more than that.

Yea, one thing about country folk and especially kids, nobody complains they are bored. The parent(s) will find something for them to do.
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Sounds like you need a bigger garden. Smilie

Someplace I saw a different supplier for a new type of lid and then there are 'reusable' that I/we have never tried. When on sale, I do stock up for a 3 year supply, whereas some Mormon and Amish friends have a lot more than that.

Yea, one thing about country folk and especially kids, nobody complains they are bored. The parent(s) will find something for them to do.

Yeah I don't trust myself with the reusable ones yet. I have actually used the walmart brand lids and they held up pretty well, 0 failures.
Funny thing is I don't have kids and I live in a Suburb north of Boston with a medium sized yard. So I don't even have the kids to help, and hubby wants no part of the garden. But theres nothing like eating your own homemade salsa or jarred peaches in the middle of the winter. So I keep at it. Plan on expanding the garden this year and maybe someday a greenhouse to extend the growing season. laugh out loud
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These jars have a weird design for the lids. A loose cap that falls off the closing lid. Lid doesn't come off as single unit but is made up of two loose parts.

if someone understands the reasoning for this design, let us know. I cant think of the benefits with this weird design
you put on both parts of the lid, then drop the jar in boiling water to kill any bacteria and mold inside and the flat part has an adhesive that will seal the jar. after you take the jar out of the boiling water and let it cool, you take off the band part of the lid so you can wipe off any spilled food and water left over that could grow mold or rust the lid.
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Yeah I don't trust myself with the reusable ones yet. I have actually used the walmart brand lids and they held up pretty well, 0 failures.
Funny thing is I don't have kids and I live in a Suburb north of Boston with a medium sized yard. So I don't even have the kids to help, and hubby wants no part of the garden. But theres nothing like eating your own homemade salsa or jarred peaches in the middle of the winter. So I keep at it. Plan on expanding the garden this year and maybe someday a greenhouse to extend the growing season. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
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A greenhouse is awesome! Even the specific to greenhouse UV protected plastics last 6 or 7 years. A Four Seasons type addition is nice, but expensive.

Having grown up butchering, smoking, canning, etc., I was later too busy making a living and growing a business to be bothered with doing same when it was cheaper at the store. Today, growing is kind of therapeutic, but also eating better. We also used and still use freezers, but need a generator handy when the power is out.

Buying canned goods (or frozen) when on sale and re-canning into glass jars will have a lot longer shelf life. Not sure what they line the metal cans with, but they don't last long before affecting the taste of the contents ---which means we are eating it. Of course, getting away from GMO's, pesticides and such is the problem.
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I actually have both and prefer the small mouth for some things. Like canning peaches, or other fruit/veggies that float. The smaller mouth design helps them stay below the liquid. But I also use them for things that are pourable like salsa and sauces.
You must not care about getting many peaches in the jar, my jars are max efficiency and I couldn't do that without having wide mouth.
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You must not care about getting many peaches in the jar, my jars are max efficiency and I couldn't do that without having wide mouth.

We're a family of 2, so we don't eat a ton at a time. So nah I don't care, it works for our needs.
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For anyone that hasn't bought these, the widemouth are about a billion times nicer to deal with. Does anyone have a use case where the narrow ones are actually better?
I prefer the regular mouth for liquids and the wide mouth for solids. Easier to pour and drink from neatly.
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This is normal, everyday, 365 days a year price. There is no deal here lol....
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Although these go in and out of stock, these seem like normal prices when they are available through Walmart.com. Target usually has prices that are close to these too (again, when in stock).
I used to use Ball mason jars for work. This is normal price. They go cheaper than this sometimes, but OP is fishing for karma here just posting normal priced shit. Slickdeals used to be a great site and now even the moderators post garbage that aren't even deals. In a few more years this site will be defunct at this rate.
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