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post #21 of 99

well, my daughter is just starting kindergarten this year, so last years estimated cost of sandwich baggies is probably a lot lower than what this coming years is going to be, unless I win these cool reusable ones winky.gif. my address is 2998 Kennewick Dr. Las Vegas, NV 89121. If I had to buy a box approximately every month that she is in school, I suppose I could hit almost 40$ in sandwich baggy costs this year. :(

post #22 of 99

I have a couple of WAHM made snack/sammy bags and love them, but go through them so fast. I would love to try other brands. 

post #23 of 99

I have a couple of WAHM made snack/sammy bags and love them, but go through them so fast. I would love to try other brands. 

post #24 of 99

OH how exciting!!  I would LOVE to try these!!  I have two in school this year - so obviously my cost will double this year!!  But I have no idea what I spent on baggies, etc for lunches packed!!!  I don't even want to think about it!!!  LOL

 

Thanks for the opportunity!! 

 

post #25 of 99

I have not spent much on plastic bags in the past 12 months - probably around $10.  We wash, air dry, and reuse all of our plastic baggies, but eventually they have to be thrown out.  We'd love an environmentally friendly, non-toxic alternative to plastic snack bags like the Lunchskins on offer #2 to use when we pack my son's lunch everyday!!

post #26 of 99

We spend about $30 a year on plastic baggies for lunch and take with snacks. With 3 kids in sports and games a hour away, we have to bring our food with us. Who wants to eat yucky consesion stand, or eat out 1-2 times a day every day during the sport season? Not to mention who can afford it? With 4 kids, we sure can't. These bags would be great to use and if they work well, I will buy more. 

post #27 of 99

I don't know how much I spend, but I know it's a lot!  I would love to try these and I know my son would like to have them in his lunch :)

post #28 of 99

I don't honestly want to admit what I have spent on baggies and other plastic reusable items :(  I know I just spent $6 on one sandwich reusable container :(  Nothing seems to work and these look like they would be prefect for me and my family!  I love the idea that they are dishwasher safe!!! It is exactly what my family needs!  

 

post #29 of 99

These look like a higher quality reusable than the ones we have! We bought some from a WAHM last year and use them all the time! Very few plastic bags used here - though with 4 of us now taking lunch it's time to up the stock. Would love these... PO Box 233, Russell, MA 01071

 

Thanks for the chance!

post #30 of 99

Spend hundreds on plastic bags. Would love to try these! Always looking for alternatives!

post #31 of 99

i would love to try these.  it took a long time for me to convince my 6 year old that a home made lunch would be better than school lunch and I am always looking for eco-friendly products for his lunchbox.  Thankfully we are spending less on baggies by having storage containers, but since my hubby is a huge carnivore, i still need them for freezing meats, etc.  i wish there was a better way to do that!

post #32 of 99

I rarely use plastic bags anymore and when I do I still wash and reuse them.  We use reusable sandwich wrappers for my daughters lunch but would love to try something that is more of a "bag". 

post #33 of 99

Well, for offer #2 - we haven't spent a single sent on baggies in the last couple years.  Our kid's school has a 100% waste free lunch policy- no baggies, juice boxes etc allowed!  We don't have these awesome alternative bags though, the price tag is too high for how many we'd need.  Currently, my kids pack their lunches in plastic, lidded containers.  They take up a ton of space in their lunch boxes and get quite heavy.  So we'd love to win and give them a try!  Crossing our fingers on this great giveaway.

post #34 of 99

I've not spent much, maybe $10.  I bought a couple reusable bags for my son, so we use those on a regular basis.

post #35 of 99

I seriously have NO idea how much we've spent on plastic bags in the past year. We keep every size on hand - snack, sandwich, freezer, & quart. I'd say that each costs around $3 a box, so that has to be around $12 per trip. They probably last us a couple of months. So maybe $75 a year? I would love to try these out!

post #36 of 99

Oh how I really would love to make the switch to reusable plastic bags, especially now that I am packing lunches for two kids!!!  I really don't know how much we spend on plastic bags in a year.  I would maybe guess around $20-$30?  It's less about the financial savings and more about saving a little guilt each time I pack their lunches knowing that I am not adding more plastic to the landfills day after day.  I have made so many switches in our house from consumables to reuse-ables, this is one of those last areas I haven't yet gotten to.

post #37 of 99

I've not spent much, maybe $10.  I bought a couple reusable bags for my son, so we use those on a regular basis.

post #38 of 99

I've not spent much, maybe $10.  I bought a couple reusable bags for my son, so we use those on a regular basis.

post #39 of 99
I surely spend upwards of $40 a year on plastic baggies. On top of that, I am not too crazy about using them at all.
post #40 of 99

Would love these!  My little guy is starting pre-school in the Fall for the first time and I need to pack him a lunch.  Would love to be as eco friendly as possible!!

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