deals1000 bandages for $9.00

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Sheesh! Finally! I have been practicing my famous "death of a thousand papercuts" karate technique, and every time I accidentally hit myself, I end up spending a fortune on bandages. No more, my friends.

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This would be my lifetime supply of bandages.

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Sweet! A weeks supply of bandages! (I hurt myself a lot.)

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Even 3/4" x 3" is barely long enough. What possible good are all the smaller sizes? So for me, this translates to 200 bandages for $9.00. :-( Much cheaper at WalMart.

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DRAT! The box says "Comfortable bandages", personally, I only buy "Uncomfortable Bandages". Pass.

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Any adult who uses those teeny spot bandages is a wimp.

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I don't know how, but I read that as "1000 Bagels! $9". I was excited >.>

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LOL! I posted these last week but the link no longer took you to this item and it appeared that I had just imagined the entire thing. Maybe it was just my psychic prediction of this deal!

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Hopefully they're not "refurbished"

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@crowbite: Sorry someone downvoted you, but I agree. The 3/4x3" size is normal band-aid size. The "junior" size and "spot" sizes are completely worthless. Even for a child.

Not to mention I highly prefer the cloth band-aids to this plasticy stuff. Seems to bend and stick MUCH better. Costco has 100 packs of the fabric 3/4x3" size for under $5.

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@mdog0202: Thanks for a true loud LOL! :-D

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Coverlet brand bandages are the best in my opinion. They're the ones my school buys in bulk, and then I started buying them at home.