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The price of Splenda.

October 27th, 2006 at 07:33 pm

One of the horrible things about cross border shopping is trying to figure out where you get the best deal on what.

I think Splenda is way overpriced, but want to switch to it for health and not budget reasons.

Now to figure it out.

I priced splenda at about 6.99 for 100 packages *eeks* at one overpriced drug store here in Canada. After I regained conciousness.... I shook myself and thought chemicals are good - let me buy the cheap stuff. But this week it goes on sale for $4.99 at that same overpriced drug store and they'll give me 10X their loyalty points and I have a number of $2.00 off coupons expiring on Oct 31st that I can use for it.

So 100 for $2.99 - is that close to the price it sells for in the US? I saw at drugstore.com that they sell 200 for $7.99 - but I don't know if there prices are good benchmark prices or not.

3 Responses to “The price of Splenda.”

  1. Carolina Bound Says:

    It wasn't too long ago that Americans were going over the border to get Splenda, since it was available in Canada before the U.S! I haven't bought it in a while, so I can't help you out on the price. But I think it is worth the price; it is much better than the other sugar substitutes.

  2. tinapbeana Says:

    the prices you mention seem fair for splenda packets, and a good buy after the coupon. you may want to check the baking aisle of a grocery store, though, to see if they carry the big bag of splenda (rather than single serve packets). the texture is a little different (the stuff is in flakes like kosher salt, not powdery like artificial sweeteners), but it dissolves fine and the price is usually a little better.

  3. LdyFaile Says:

    Ick. My body can't handle that stuff. I switched to using it instead of sugar in everything and was diagnosed with mild anemia (sp? low iron). I went to the doctor after the light headed spells multiple times a day kept up for a prolonged period, he put me on iron tablets but I also stopped using Splenda. I returned to normal, got to stop taking the iron, and haven't looked back. I don't use sugar for much anymore anyway, I'd rather have the real thing than a chemically processed (they process it with chlorine among other things) variation. But if it works for you, go for it.

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