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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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Created 01-16-2022 at 06:53 PM by markleefn
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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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I decided recently to get into pickling stuff......anyone able to recommend a good starter kit or any sites for beginners?
Food in Jars is a good resource for beginners. You can find her books at the library. If video is preferable, The Homesteading Family is really good. She covers everything and is easy to understand.
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Perfect for my mycology project.
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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).
Target.com has the regular lids for $3.79. So this is MUCH cheaper.
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funny I was just in Target to look for these last night, no luck, then I get home and see this!!!
Ordered a dozen with plastic lids!
Can you send the link for the ones with plastic lids? Been looking for mason jar with just regular lids & not the ones like this which are in two pieces.
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Where can I find lids without bands? like the pasta jars

Need to store spices
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Any idea where we can get the single piece lids for these jars? Not for pickling but want these to store spices and dealing with 2 piece lids are a hassle
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I know time machines haven't been invented Doc brown… but these were $8.30 last year.
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https://www.amazon.com/Ball-Wide-...SN3L2?th=1

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ball-O.../336221481

I have only used the 2 piece lids. I have no experience with these. So I don't know if these are what you are looking for and/or if the prices are good, bad or indifferent.
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Any idea where we can get the single piece lids for these jars? Not for pickling but want these to store spices and dealing with 2 piece lids are a hassle
Not due to this deal...but I just bought a 12 pack from my local Target for about $10 a few hours ago.

They had a half dozen or so on the shelves. Was not aware this stuff may be a hot commodity.

So I'd say check your nearby Target.
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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 may buy substitute plastic lids on amazon…free kindle books on canning… virtual improv classes for comedy writers
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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.
I already have enough of the regular mouth and some smaller jars so just stick with it for consistency.

Yes, this is regular price. Sad state when something common and basic for the last 150 years like canning jars is in stock and considered a slickdeal. Last year was my first time ever I saw price gouging and supply issues that I can remember. Walmart, Tractor Supply, and Target still had them at their normal pricing but stock was hit or miss.

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Any idea where we can get the single piece lids for these jars? Not for pickling but want these to store spices and dealing with 2 piece lids are a hassle
Quote from MagentaFruit531 :
Can you send the link for the ones with plastic lids? Been looking for mason jar with just regular lids & not the ones like this which are in two pieces.
Reusable lids for non-canning purposes: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainst...e/21312094
Alternative.. Lids from various jars of mayo fit the regular mouth canning jars to. Look around for other potential things in your frig. Grated Parmesan cheese lid, country store jellies and jam lids etc. chances are you already have some perfectly good lids when those products are used up.
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Not due to this deal...but I just bought a 12 pack from my local Target for about $10 a few hours ago.

They had a half dozen or so on the shelves. Was not aware this stuff may be a hot commodity.

So I'd say check your nearby Target.
Second this. Grabbed a set at my local Target for $8.99 last night.
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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?
A case can be made for regular mouth. First being price(cheaper), availability(everyone wants wide mouth so I can often times find regular lids when large are unavailable). I use both but I tend to use regular for soups and sauces, or things that are small/chopped/liquid. There are some that have said that regular, having less area (smaller diameter) to seal, leads to a higher rate of sealed jars and less leaks.
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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. laugh out loud
I experimented last year with reusing old lids( I know ball says Not to). I inspected each one and discarded any with rust or damage. I did boil them first, but I've had pretty good success, most all that I did sealed fine.
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