dealshershey's milk chocolate bar for $21.51

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http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/navigate.do?dest=5&item=178138&pCatg=7886

Much better deal here. 36 ct for 16.04. The posted deal will put your price point (not including shipping) around 60 cents a bar. This deal should put you sub .50 and allow more profit.

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@ecriscit: You have to be a member of samsclub to get that deal. Seems Amazon's is for everyman.

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@hobbit: Actually,sams will let you in one time free (so you can check it out). Some have a free pass. Most restaurant/store owners in my geographic region are members. We don't have Costco's. Additionally, you don't have to be a member if you want to buy something, you just get someone who is to buy it for you. As they say, 101 ways to skin a cat.

I do get what you are saying about Sam's being a membership club. $35/year would have to be passed on in some fashion and would raise the price point of a single purchase.

To apply this point to the purchase of one item only, candy bars 36ct. You would likely have to purchase 7-8 boxes annually to still save and pay for your membership fee.

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In case anybody cares 36ct of these bars equals a total of 468 grams of fat and 324 grams of saturated fat. Neither right or wrong, just the facts.

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@27ravens: That's good info for anyone planning to sit down and eat all 36 at once. :rolleyes:

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Not exactly the same thing, but close enough for rock and roll ... 30-bar variety pack of Hershey's candy bars at Target for $16 everyday price (that's 53¢/ea):

http://tinyurl.com/yl93svo

Dunno how 60¢/ea is considered anything close to a bargain, especially given that practically any week I can walk into a local grocery or convenience store and find these on sale at two or three for a buck.

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And crap on sale is still crap. Sorry.

Life's too short to eat bad food.

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The store I work at has these on sale for $1.75 per pack of six or a single bar for 65 cents.

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@hoktauri: What store would that be, for those of us who might be interested and who think life is too short to eat food that doesn't taste good?

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@brossow: Family Dollar, sale at least in my area goes until the end of the month.

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@dmax801: Life's too short to listen to people tell me not to eat something I like.
Being sorry doesn't make it right.

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@ecriscit: Sam's club will let you in, without a membership, perhaps, but they'll tack on additional 10% or so to your bill. FWIW, I prefer Sam's Club over Costco, but now that I've moved to a town that has two Costco's within 10 minutes and no Sam's Club (it's about 25-30 minutes away), I no longer have the Sam's membership and just go to Costco.

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Walgreens has a coupon out this week for up to 6 Hershey's or Reese's bars for 50 cents each...
because 6 bars is okay, but 36 bars labels you as a fatty?

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Life is too short to NOT eat bad food!!!

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For anyone who cares, Hershey is now making all of their small chocolate candy (Krackle, Mr. Goodbar, kisses, etc) in Mexico. I no longer purchase Hershey's products! I wrote to them - they said that they have to make the most economic decisions and that "some" candy will still be made in PA. HA! And all those wonderful field trips to Hershey back in the 70's. Hershey, PA (at least in Ohio, PA, etc) was an icon of America - nevermore.

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some Targets have 24-30 pack of candy bars for around $15 as well, but unfortunately you get an assortment, not just one type. This doesn't seem like a great deal, considering once in a blue moon, you'll find bars on sale at some supermarkets for 3 for $1....sometimes even 4 for $1