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[Costco] Kirkland Signature Infant Formula - $18.99 - 1.36KG

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[Costco] Kirkland Signature Infant Formula - $18.99 - 1.36KG

$5 off is back on, its $22.99 online now and $18.99 in-store.

Just an FYI, we tried so many formulas (powdered) and our kid seemed to adjust to this one the best. It caused constipation in the beginning but we reduced the amount of powder to water ratio and it worked like a charm.
Last edited by Busta on Oct 30th, 2017 12:57 pm, edited 4 times in total.
Reason: confirmed in-store prices
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I paid 23.99 in store last week regular price
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great price
thanks
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I was just in my local warehouse this morning and its $5.00 off too, down to $18.99.
Looks like you are paying a premium for online delivery.
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This sale is also advertised in their email flyer (at least for Ontario)
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i read this product has low levels of DHA compared to others , any thoughts on this?
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Confirmed in-store is 18.99.... I updated the original post.
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Curious on these products are vegan, kosher and/or Halal ?
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For anyone wondering on ingredients compared to Similac Advance. Looks like Kirkland has less vitamin and calcium content but they're fairly similar in formula.

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Newpunk wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 2:19 pm
For anyone wondering on ingredients compared to Similac Advance. Looks like Kirkland has less vitamin and calcium content but they're fairly similar in formula.
I always thought that Similac makes the Kirkland brand of Formula, I assumed they would be the same. Thanks for sharing though.. great insight.
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For those that stock up, how long does one of these containers typically last?
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NBChick wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 4:03 pm
For those that stock up, how long does one of these containers typically last?
At peak, its about 1 each week.
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Busta wrote:
Oct 30th, 2017 11:14 am
$5 off is back on, its $22.99 online now and $18.99 in-store.

Just an FYI, we tried so many formulas (powdered) and our kid seemed to adjust to this one the best. It caused constipation in the beginning but we reduced the amount of powder to water ratio and it worked like a charm.
I can only hope you consulted with pediatrition before you decided to dilute the product and reducing nutritional content.

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