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$70
$160.89
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Woot has 2-Person 72-Hour Surviveware Emergency Preparedness Survival Backpack (Red or Black) for $69.99. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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Includes:
  • The Responder
    • 2x Water Pouches, each with 9 US Coast Guard approved water packs
    • 2x Food Pouches, each with a total of 3,600 calories of US Coast Guard approved food bars
  • 2x Personal Pouches, each containing:
    • 1x goggles
    • 1x poncho
    • 15x wet wipes
    • 3x female hygiene items
    • 1x whistle
    • 1x sleeping bag
  • The GridNet system stores:
    • 1x knife
    • 1x tent
    • 1x paracord
    • 1x duct tape
    • 1x weather radio
    • 10x cable ties
    • 1x splint
    • 1x match set
    • 6x glow sticks
    • 1x Lifestraw
    • 1x Surviveware Small First Aid Kit is stored inside the dedicated First Aid Pocket.

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Sport.woot.com [woot.com] has 72-Hour Surviveware Emergency Preparedness Survival Backpack for 2 People (Red or Black) for $69.99. Shipping is Free w/ Prime, otherwise, there is a $6 flat ship fee per order.
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They almost certainly remain safe and edible at least a couple of years past their expiration date. But for replacements, drop these in your Amazon cart and wait (and others, just search Amazon for "emergency ration"). One or the other will eventually go on sale. I got the S.O.S. ration for $7.67, and the NRG-5 ration for $5.37.

https://www.amazon.com/SOS-Food-Labs-Inc-185000825/dp/B075TXP1P5/ref=sr_1_3?crid=17A62X1COPEEQ&keywo... [amazon.com]

https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Survival-Technologies-Emergency-Rations/dp/B00LTN5VUG/ref=sr_1_5?cri... [amazon.com]

https://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Original-Snowstorm-Earthquake-Preparedness/dp/B0B56MDPFL/ref=sr_1_9... [amazon.com]

https://www.amazon.com/Katadyn-NRG-5-Emergency-Food-Ration/dp/B099SD7LM3/ref=sr_1_5_pp?crid=OEMGHVRT... [amazon.com]

Know though that these are really, basic survival rations. They're calories and carbs and not a whole lot else. Think sweetened, lemon or cinnamon flavored saw dust. They're designed to keep you alive, not to thrive. If you can afford it (and are able to add a small camp stove (by way of example [amazon.com] ) to your emergency bag), consider freeze dried meals like Mountain House. They're more nutritionally complete and much more palatable.
YMMV. If it is the same kit in the review above it mentions a coupon for a free flashlight in the first aid kit so if you buy this be sure to check for it.
For what it's worth, I bought one of Surviveware's group first aid kits a few years back back (3 actually - it was left over, use-it-or-lose-it FSA funds) and was impressed with the overall quality, packaging and contents. Some of the bandages and other supplies weren't the best, but it was curated to provide a lot more capability than your standard J&J home boo-boo kit.

This emergency preparedness pack likewise looks like some actual thought went into it, especially at this price. I'm particularly impressed by the inclusion of the weatherband radio and the name brand LifeStraw water purifier. The inclusion of feminine hygiene products is another unusually thoughtful touch. Most emergency kits, even those that include personal sanitation items, seem to forget that women may also be displaced by disasters.

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