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Dollar Tree has 19oz cans of Progresso Soup 12 for $12 at Dollar Tree Closeouts with free shipping to store.

Compare at $43.08

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Progresso-Minestrone-Soup-19-oz-Pack-o...
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Progresso-Lentil-Soup-19-oz-Pack-of-12...

You can also purchase them for $1 each at your local Dollar Tree store. They accept coupons. There's a printable $1 off 4 at https://progresso.com/coupons-and-promotions

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19oz cans of Progresso Soup 12 for $12 (13.04kB)
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I wasn't being rude. I hoped to cause a discussion so that people don't get sucked into the false claims he posted. plea... (more)

ZombieHunter (Dec. 12, 2012 @ 6:09p) |

Thanks Lisa, my family was able to accumulate several unique manufacturer's coupons and scored a nice haul in store.

Infer2 (Dec. 12, 2012 @ 6:49p) |

great deal....although they don't have any chicken soup left online. Will check on the stores.

UKEEKAZE (Dec. 13, 2012 @ 8:13a) |

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Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

Looks Like A Good Deal, Buy I Wonder About The Expiration Date.

Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.

FinancialAnalyst said:   Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.
Awesome, thanks for sharing. My dog plays in DHMO on a regular basis. What should I do ?

Expiration dates ranged from mid to late 2013. If ordering online with site to store, open your box at the store to check for dented cans. They'll let you exchange them before you leave.

Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

What a joke... quit wearing the tinfoil hat. Open your mind, and your true knowledge of these things will grow.

Jazzmaster, What zombie hunter means is he knows nothing about it, wishes it weren't true and he's embarrassed by his ignorance. Thus, the personal attack. Predictable first move from a putz.

ZombieHunter said:   Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

What a joke... quit wearing the tinfoil hat. Open your mind, and your true knowledge of these things will grow.


How rude whether you agree or not some of us like to be informed.

savylisa said:   Expiration dates ranged from mid to late 2013. If ordering online with site to store, open your box at the store to check for dented cans. They'll let you exchange them before you leave.

So 6 month to a year, Thats good to know.
I think I will go for the Minestrone Soup.
Thanks for the deal and the tip, Green from me....

FinancialAnalyst said:   Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.

I seriously doubt "jazzmaster" knew this since it is complete rubbish.

I realize conspiracy freaks are prone to exageration annd histrionics but to make this claim is genuinely funny!

aaaaaaaaautorepair said:   got a case and also bought 4 cases (384 total) of good ole regular 60 watt bulbs...not the cfl crap that looks like a candle when you turn them on...Ive stocked up to last me AND my family a lifetime,,,enjoy those guvment bulbs you will HAVE to buy soon...not me...

I don't know why people buy incandescent bulbs. It looks terrible, makes everything look yellow, and you can barely read anything under it.
Not to mention it radiates heat and jacks up energy bills.

There is quite often a soup, same brand here in the stores for $1.00

Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

Most food at the grocery is including Pop Tarts. I appreciate that you care enough to share, but building a better potato or strawberry doesn't top my list of things to worry about.

Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/


So what soup should I buy?
Granny croaked...

yesidonoitall said:   Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/


So what soup should I buy?
Granny croaked...



I like to know too, But it has to be at this price.
$1 per can

Nice first post, savylisa. Keep up the good work.

how about making your own soups?

in our family, we've never bought canned soup before. We even make our own chicken broths. Nothing beats home made soup. No chemicals, GMO, etc.

But good deal for those who like canned soups and don't have time to make home made soups. Green OP.

phutureprimative said:   FinancialAnalyst said:   Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.

I seriously doubt "jazzmaster" knew this since it is complete rubbish.

I realize conspiracy freaks are prone to exageration annd histrionics but to make this claim is genuinely funny!


Not to ruin the joke, but you realize this is a joke, right? Dihydrogen monoxide (H2O) is water.

But I guess you sure showed me how much smarter you are.

Hello, I often buy at WalMart. Thanks for taking time to share this deal.

Thanks for the heads up, the haters are fools and no doubt ever researched the problem of GMO's
Many products do contain GMO's but are not required to label them.

if only they had progresso's gumbo soup then yes i'd buy a cpl cases of that flavor mmm

FinancialAnalyst said:   Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.

When I go camping I bring a couple of packets of dehydrated DHMO along - just add water!

Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

I usually don't take jabs against a senior member but how about donating some canned soup to the food pantry? They recipients usually don't care about the GMO or whatever. They just want something to eat.


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ach1199 said:   Jazzmaster said:   Buyer Beware GMO product http://gmo-awareness.com/avoid-list/gmo-soups/

I usually don't take jabs against a senior member but how about donating some canned soup to the food pantry? They recipients usually don't care about the GMO or whatever. They just want something to eat.


Too much GMO food and you turn into a zombie. Jazzmaster is doing their part to reduce the size of the zombie army by not purchasing canned soup for the pantry.

A side-effect of GMO zombification is an obsession to fight GMO food, colorfully illustrated in the game Plants vs. Zombies.

aaaaaaaaautorepair said:   got a case and also bought 4 cases (384 total) of good ole regular 60 watt bulbs...not the cfl crap that looks like a candle when you turn them on...Ive stocked up to last me AND my family a lifetime,,,enjoy those guvment bulbs you will HAVE to buy soon...not me...
Someones got brain damage!

I thought the fatwallet way was to save money? I guess your parents are still paying your electric bills haha

I go to 2 of these regularly, they both work the same way.
When the line gets 10 or people more they call for another checker
(they have workers all over the store)
At this point 5 in line have just left their carts, so another checker is now cancelled.
They just wait tooooooooooooo long to add one.
Also the checkers are oblivious to the line getting longer until it is too late.

If TMZO was a bad ingredient it would not be allowed in the soup....

Am I the only one near a grocery store that regularly sells these for $10 for $10.00 no minimum and all varieties?

steveoreno said:   Am I the only one near a grocery store that regularly sells these for $10 for $10.00 no minimum and all varieties?


There is the Traditional and another they make, maybe Classic, quite often the Traditional is $1.00 a can, the other not.
It might the Rich and Hearty that is higher price.

I like the Hearty Tomato

happypants said:   FinancialAnalyst said:   Thank you Jazzmaster for letting us know about such an important topic as GMO! But for something equally as scary - did you know the number one ingredient on many of these soups is a chemical called Dihydrogen Monoxide? You can read more about this dangerous chemical (which is the #1 component of acid rain) at http://www.dhmo.org/.

When I go camping I bring a couple of packets of dehydrated DHMO along - just add water!

Anyone on FW knows it's cheaper to make your own, than buy packets. LINK

yesidonoitall said:   steveoreno said:   Am I the only one near a grocery store that regularly sells these for $10 for $10.00 no minimum and all varieties?


There is the Traditional and another they make, maybe Classic, quite often the Traditional is $1.00 a can, the other not.
It might the Rich and Hearty that is higher price.

I like the Hearty Tomato
Yeah, some are higher-priced, hence $1 on sale. The rest can be 83c, 75c, or even 66c.

There were coupons in Sundays paper I believe as well..Dollar Tree now takes coupons as well...starting earlier this year!

In for a 12 pack

I've never heard of ANY Dollar Tree (or Big Lots ) accepting MANUFACTURER's Coupons. Any body actually used them at your (local Dollar Tree...WHICH city/state took yours)? Thanks h3c3@aol.com

h3c3H3c3 said:   I've never heard of ANY Dollar Tree (or Big Lots ) accepting MANUFACTURER's Coupons. Any body actually used them at your (local Dollar Tree...WHICH city/state took yours)? Thanks h3c3@aol.com

All of them accept coupons. Coupon Acceptance Policy

h3c3H3c3 said:   I've never heard of ANY Dollar Tree (or Big Lots ) accepting MANUFACTURER's Coupons. Any body actually used them at your (local Dollar Tree...WHICH city/state took yours)? Thanks h3c3@aol.com


It a fairly new offer.

savylisa said:   h3c3H3c3 said:   I've never heard of ANY Dollar Tree (or Big Lots ) accepting MANUFACTURER's Coupons. Any body actually used them at your (local Dollar Tree...WHICH city/state took yours)? Thanks h3c3@aol.com

All of them accept coupons. Coupon Acceptance Policy



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They just updated that policy as of today or yesterday. It use to say a limit of 2 internet coupons per transaction.

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great deal....although they don't have any chicken soup left online. Will check on the stores.



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