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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

Pickup:

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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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?
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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?
When I pickle eggs, I like how the eggs stay below the lip as I want them to be fully submerged in the vinegar brine for both flavor and preservation. When I use wide mouth I fill the jar with vinegar solution until it overflows as there are eggs at the top edge level, I don't have to do that and make an extra mess with regular mouth.
But I am super amateur and don't even pressurize it other than putting warm/hot liquid in the jar and letting them cool and vacuum seal themselves.
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I decided recently to get into pickling stuff......anyone able to recommend a good starter kit or any sites for beginners?
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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?
We use both sizes when bottling honey to sell but we actually use more of the smaller mouth jars vs the wide mouths.
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When you have tiny person hands? Literally no other reason to do it. Harder to clean, harder to scope out whatever is inside, etc.

A little tip for people who have never used glass jars. NEVER take a jar that is boiling hot and plunge it into very cold water to cool it down. It will shatter the glass. Instead use warm water to cool it down so the glass doesn't expand/shrink too fast and shatter.
Even warm water can have this effect. Running tap water seems to work, but the absolute best would be to leave it out at room temp with the lid slightly unscrewed.

It's not that the glass is expanding/shrinking (it is a little) but it is more of the vacuum created by the melting ice that makes it collapse it into itself.
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I Don't Can ..... but I have purchase many cases of wide mouth canning jars.
Half Pint, 1 pint, One & Half Pint (single jar) and 1 Quart.
They are the best food storage device for refrigerator and freezer.
Refrigerator
Any type of leftover food from meals that will fit.
Also left over canned vegetables or fruits/liquids
Seal much better than any kind of plastic / lid on the market.
Freezer
I make 5 pound slow cook / crock pot Roast Beef or Pork Roasts.
When we have 4 plus eating, left overs minimal / frig.
Kids all grow up now, so just my wife and I.
Still make the slow cook 5 pound roasts.
After we have our meal I bring out my 1 pint jars and fill up
approximately half full of meat, then top off with broth, leaving about 1 inch
air space top of jar (allow for freeze expansion). The meat / broth are still very warm, lid it up. This allows the food to vacuum pack. Hour or two later put them in a freezer.
The leftovers will fill up about six-1 pint jars. Storage life is month or as long as you feel comfortable. We have never had a storage issue after a number of months.
Reduces the degree of freezer burn .. Read on ...see why.
Freezer to table / meals.
Take a jar(s) out in the morning so it can thaw out for late afternoon meal.
Once you pop off the vacuum lid ... first take a fork or butter knife and gently remove
any liquid fats that have floated to the top...which have converted to a wax-like plug (also aids in jar sealing) (and freezer burn) which you can easily
pop out of jar and discard. Easy way to dramatically reduce calories and have no negative effect of the taste.
Serving
For wife and I - 1 pint jar is a nice light meal.
I heat (on oven burner) the meat and broth to almost boiling. In a glass add a mixture of corn starch / water and stir. Slowly add mixture / stir into meat and gravy to preferred texture. Put over the top of mash potatoes or sliced bread.
It taste as good as the day I made it fresh in the crock pot.
Serving size suggestions.
For my wife and myself 1 pint jar works fine.
1 pint - Hungry young adult can enjoy a large meal after 2nd shift job / 10 pm.
When my brother stops in and I ask if wants to have Roast Beef and gravy meal
with us (he always says yes) I use two-1 pint jars.
Use a combination of jars and / or sizes to store your food ... whichever works
for your family size or individual meal needs.
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Quote from XperTeeZ :
For weed storage. But they've always been used for that.
Also great for making weed edibles conveniently.
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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?
There are plenty cases where because these are a classic and standardized size that they can be used with things other than their own lids.
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I swear these are regular prices at Walmart and Target. I bought the 32 oz jars for centerpieces and remember thinking "Wow, these are less than $1 each!" When you have 18 tables, centerpieces add up and these definitely helped me save for our rustic themed BBQ party.
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There are plenty cases where because these are a classic and standardized size that they can be used with things other than their own lids.
I like the narrows one for holding flowers better then the wide mouth ones.
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i am selling these in. My hoo d ffor $1.50 each thank you for blessing a brotger lets get it ,💹💪💪💪💪
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I could really use some half-gallon jars. They are nowhere to be found.
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Didn't want to pay shipping
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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.
the only benefit is see, b/c i like wide mouth, is that you can fit more in the canner.
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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?
When all your lids are narrow mouth.
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