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I don't think you understand how CCC works. CCC shows the lowest price for the specific product listing, not what other price points exist for other products/bundles. With your logic, most deals won't be deals just because larger discounts exist for bulk purchase. This is the lowest price it's ever been for this single product listing (if you have 5 or more S&S products to trigger 15% off).
My company makes these

These are not for heavy garbage. They're OK for light stuff, or maybe to haul dry clothes back from the laundromat, but they're thin and the flex grid creates weak points that are more prone to tearing and spilling trash everywhere

The fact that they're stretchy means that if there's anything heavy in them, they'll stretch to the point it's difficult for an average- height person (say, 5'10" or shorter) to lift the bag enough to clear the ground without lifting from the bottom

If they're heavy you can't lift by the drawstring anyway, because it tears through the thin channel and rips open the top of the bag, making it impossible to re-tie

We use much nicer bags in our own facility.

This is not a bag I would willingly pay money for

And yes, the Members Mark bags of the same style are thicker
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25 bags man
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25 bags man
As stated so in the title. According to CCC, this is close to the lowest price ever ($6.79) in 2015. Or, if you have 5 or more S&S item, you get the lowest price ever actually. So, not sure what your point is.
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As stated so in the title. According to CCC, this is close to the lowest price ever ($6.79) in 2015. Or, if you have 5 or more S&S item, you get the lowest price ever actually. So, not sure what your point is.
It's definitely not the lowest price.

I got 3 of these for $9 the last time.
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It's definitely not the lowest price.

I got 3 of these for $9 the last time.
I don't think you understand how CCC works. CCC shows the lowest price for the specific product listing, not what other price points exist for other products/bundles. With your logic, most deals won't be deals just because larger discounts exist for bulk purchase. This is the lowest price it's ever been for this single product listing (if you have 5 or more S&S products to trigger 15% off).
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Quote from Refundroid :
I don't think you understand how CCC works. CCC shows the lowest price for the specific product listing, not what other price points exist for other products/bundles. With your logic, most deals won't be deals just because larger discounts exist for bulk purchase. This is the lowest price it's ever been for this single product listing (if you have 5 or more S&S products to trigger 15% off).
Bingo
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Bingo
Order 3, get $4.00 slow shipping credit.
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If my math is correct, this is about the same price per bag (~$0.27) as the regular price 33 gal 90 bag box I bought at BJs ($23.99). That price gets reduced with a $3 coupon which brings the per bag price down to $0.23.
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If you need 50 bags then Lowes price seems to be just a little more.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Glad-Lar...5001569317
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Sams Club has their Member's Mark Power Flex, which are actually thicker than these and have over 5300 five star reviews, for $17.48 in 90 count. That works out to .19 cents per bag. They are a bit bigger at 33 gallons, so might not work for everyone.
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My company makes these

These are not for heavy garbage. They're OK for light stuff, or maybe to haul dry clothes back from the laundromat, but they're thin and the flex grid creates weak points that are more prone to tearing and spilling trash everywhere

The fact that they're stretchy means that if there's anything heavy in them, they'll stretch to the point it's difficult for an average- height person (say, 5'10" or shorter) to lift the bag enough to clear the ground without lifting from the bottom

If they're heavy you can't lift by the drawstring anyway, because it tears through the thin channel and rips open the top of the bag, making it impossible to re-tie

We use much nicer bags in our own facility.

This is not a bag I would willingly pay money for

And yes, the Members Mark bags of the same style are thicker
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Sams Club has their Member's Mark Power Flex, which are actually thicker than these and have over 5300 five star reviews, for $17.48 in 90 count. That works out to .19 cents per bag. They are a bit bigger at 33 gallons, so might not work for everyone.
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My company makes these

These are not for heavy garbage. They're OK for light stuff, or maybe to haul dry clothes back from the laundromat, but they're thin and the flex grid creates weak points that are more prone to tearing and spilling trash everywhere

The fact that they're stretchy means that if there's anything heavy in them, they'll stretch to the point it's difficult for an average- height person (say, 5'10" or shorter) to lift the bag enough to clear the ground without lifting from the bottom

If they're heavy you can't lift by the drawstring anyway, because it tears through the thin channel and rips open the top of the bag, making it impossible to re-tie

We use much nicer bags in our own facility.

This is not a bag I would willingly pay money for

And yes, the Members Mark bags of the same style are thicker
Did Glad change their production method for ForceFlex to make them tear more easily? It's been a few years since I worked in R&D, but the ForceFlex technology is stronger and less susceptible to tears vs. bags of similar thickness. Glad has a multitude of patents on the technology. The Hefty knock-offs have the issues you mention.
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Did Glad change their production method for ForceFlex to make them tear more easily? It's been a few years since I worked in R&D, but the ForceFlex technology is stronger and less susceptible to tears vs. bags of similar thickness. Glad has a multitude of patents on the technology. The Hefty knock-offs have the issues you mention.
Not R&D; I just move boxes

Company gave away cases of forceflex a few years back, in some obnoxious scent or another. Hubby was seething after the first and only landfill run we did with them; demanded I get rid of them. Haven't used them since
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