Amazon: Quaker Granola Bars .18 Each Shipped

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If you are looking for an easy and cheaper way to stock-up on granola bars this time of year, then you might want to check the sale on Amazon today for Quaker Granola Bars.  12 boxes of 10 ct. are on sale for $29.34 plus you can save an additional 25% with the subscribe and save option in the top right corner AND using coupon code: QUAKRBTS which would bring the total down to $22.10 and shipped FREE. This comes out to be .18 per granola bar.

Head to Amazon here for the Quaker Granola Bars deal

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Please note:  the 15% discount is for the Subscribe and Save option.  Amazon states that you can cancel subscribe and save at any time, including right after the order.  So if you do not intend to continue having them automatically delivered, cancel the subscribe and save soon after so you do not forget (wait for your items to ship before canceling as it will cancel your current order)!

Comments

  1. Shana says

    I went over to Amazon for the deal…. The picture does show a 10-count box, but the description states (12) 8-count boxes. Am I missing something? I’d really like to take advantage of the deal if it works out to .18 a bar!

    • says

      Hi Shana – great catch! It does appear that the title states (12) 8-count boxes, but the product features (as well as the image) states “One box containing ten, 0.84 ounce bars.” Our best recommendation at this point would be to count on the 8-count bars and then be pleasantly surprised if you get the 10-count. :)

  2. Shana says

    I went over to Amazon for the deal…. The picture does show a 10-count box, but the description states (12) 8-count boxes. Am I missing something? I’d really like to take advantage of the deal if it works out to .18 a bar!

    • says

      Hi Shana – great catch! It does appear that the title states (12) 8-count boxes, but the product features (as well as the image) states “One box containing ten, 0.84 ounce bars.” Our best recommendation at this point would be to count on the 8-count bars and then be pleasantly surprised if you get the 10-count. :)

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