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Price Check: Can You Guess Which Store Sells Post's Honey Bunches of Oats for Less?

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Welcome to Price Check, an easy way to find the best deal on some of your favorite foods across South Florida. Even if you're not down for the deal, at least you'll know where to get the best price around.

The Post cereal that took three years to develop has appeared in over a dozen different flavors since it debuted in 1988. Since then, Honey Bunches of Oats is one of those regular features found down pretty much any cereal isle in grocery stores nationwide. 

And it's almost impossible to determine which one tastes the best. Those honey-tinged oat and nut clusters come in vanilla and chocolate flavors, or fruit varieties like strawberry and peach.

But when it comes to price, there's only one way to go: A Buy-One-Get-One-Free (BOGO) deal is most necessary here -- and the best deal around, with each box just over $2. 

To find out who's selling this cereal for the lowest price per box, keep reading...

From left to right, Walmart sells Honey Bunches of Oats for $2.64. The have one of the best flavor selections, too. Next up, CVS sells two boxes for $5 -- but it's not as good as the Publix deal that featured two boxes for $4.09.



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