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    (LOT OF 12) Honey Organic Stinger Waffles= $10.008333333 a box

    Just ordered a (LOT OF 12) honey organic stinger waffles yesterday.

    Honey Organic Stinger Waffle

    (Size: 12 Box Case (10% off))
    $240.19 USD $240.19 USD
    Subtotal: $240.19 USD
    Coupon Code (hive121) : -$120.10 USD
    Shipping: $19.71 USD
    Grand Total: $139.80 USD

    Honey Organic Stinger Waffle - Honey Stinger

    Coupon code 50% hive121


    With shipping included a box of honey organic stinger waffles comes out at $11.65 a box. Can't beat that.
    Last edited by NYC_CAAD; 02-01-2012 at 08:03 AM.

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    Now that's a lot of waffles.

    ////I love Honey Stinger waffles.

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    Yeah. lol
    I went half with a friend. 6 boxes would cover me for a summer time..




    Quote Originally Posted by il sogno View Post
    Now that's a lot of waffles.

    ////I love Honey Stinger waffles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC_CAAD View Post
    Just ordered a (LOT OF 12) honey organic stinger waffles yesterday.

    Honey Organic Stinger Waffle

    (Size: 12 Box Case (10% off))
    $240.19 USD $240.19 USD
    Subtotal: $240.19 USD
    Coupon Code (hive121) : -$120.10 USD
    Shipping: $19.71 USD
    Grand Total: $139.80 USD

    With shipping included a box of honey organic stinger waffles comes out at $11.65 a box. Can't beat that.
    waffles!

    Pretty good discount

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    And where did you get them from?

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    They're good but not that good. Aren't you afraid they will get stale before you get around to eating them all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodi Crescent View Post
    And where did you get them from?
    Looks like stinger website
    "It ain't a teacup that the Queen gave you - it's a bike. Ride it!"

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    Sorry for not posting the site
    Honey Organic Stinger Waffle - Honey Stinger

    I also edited my first post and added the site.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kodi Crescent View Post
    And where did you get them from?

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    Oops! Never thought of the stale part. I did ask for a expiration date and was told 1 year.

    Quote Originally Posted by tarwheel2 View Post
    They're good but not that good. Aren't you afraid they will get stale before you get around to eating them all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC_CAAD View Post
    Oops! Never thought of the stale part. I did ask for a expiration date and was told 1 year.
    I'm eating some currently that I've had for about a year (they are a month off from the date on the package) and they are fine. I store them in a cabinet in my basement that stays fairly cool year round. No problems

    Note that food products don't have an "expiration" date, but rather a "best if used by" date. These dates are merely guesses based on packaging designe, estimated shelf life, etc. It's not like a drug product where 12-18mo stability tests are done.
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    Does this come out to $1.00/waffle?

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    $0.73 per waffle

    This one will get you $1 per waffle: http://www.amazon.com/Honey-Stinger-...bxgy_gro_img_b
    (. . .well ok, $0.94 per waffle)

    All this waffle talk is making me hungry

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    Way to go

    NYC CAAD you should think twice before you put a personal code on a public website.Use your head dumb ass some of us work really hard to work with companies and earn codes like these. You are a big tool for putting this up here and I hope they punish you for this. It makes riders like myself look like *******s when trying to apply for sponsorship.

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    Hey douchebag?? How would i know this 50% code is private? I found this code 2 weeks ago. Provided by "parity" Think before you talk....


    50% off honeystinger.com



    Quote Originally Posted by cocokill View Post
    NYC CAAD you should think twice before you put a personal code on a public website.Use your head dumb ass some of us work really hard to work with companies and earn codes like these. You are a big tool for putting this up here and I hope they punish you for this. It makes riders like myself look like *******s when trying to apply for sponsorship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC_CAAD View Post
    Hey douchebag?? How would i know this 50% code is private? I found this code 2 weeks ago. Provided by Think before you talk....


    50% off honeystinger.com
    sharing codes up in here is sop. i think i with caad on this one.

    yo coco wtf?

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    You guys prob suck at riding anyways and you are the douche bags for posting up procodes if you were real sponsored riders you would know that, So as I said before ,WAY TO GO butt pirates. If you want to RACE name a time and place and I will own you posers.
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    You guys are prob to busy shaving your legs and talking about your fancy bikes that you cant ride in NYC or maybe you eat to much shake shack and cant even pedal your fancy bikes what a bunch of wankers. Moral of Story DON'T Post up Codes you don't receive personally because you don't deserve them. I myself Have a Clif sponsorship you don't see me posting up a bunch of codes they gave me You are ruining it for real athletes!

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    Again. How the F!@#$%^&* did i know this code was private. I FOUND THIS CODE 2 WEEKS AGO in the same forum provided by a member..


    Quote Originally Posted by cocokill View Post
    You guys are prob to busy shaving your legs and talking about your fancy bikes that you cant ride in NYC or maybe you eat to much shake shack and cant even pedal your fancy bikes what a bunch of wankers. Moral of Story DON'T Post up Codes you don't receive personally because you don't deserve them. I myself Have a Cliff sponsorship you don't see me posting up a bunch of codes they gave me You are ruining it for real athletes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cocokill View Post
    You guys prob suck at riding anyways and you are the douche bags for posting up procodes if you were real sponsored riders you would know that, So as I said before ,WAY TO GO butt pirates. If you want to RACE name a time and place and I will own you posers.
    cocokill -- you must really be fun at parties

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    2Slo4U you can hire me for parties @ hireamidgetdotcom

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    Ha ha ha ha

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    NYC_CAAD and easyridernyc My Shimano DI2 wants to own you I am putting on my chamois butter as we speak who wants a shot at the title ???????????????

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    Ha ha ha
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocokill View Post
    Ha ha ha
    We don't take kindly to personal insults here. Have a nice posting vacation. Now where were we? Oh yes, waffles! Carry on...

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    Waffle detente, nicely applied!

    Quote, Websters:
    Definition of DÉTENTE
    1: the relaxation of strained relations or tensions (as between nations); also : a policy promoting this

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