This one’s a little fishy

By Mir
February 17, 2011

Look, this is a lot of tuna, right here. 48 cans of Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light in Water, in fact, and… that’s just more tuna than most people probably need.

But it’s about $21 for those 48 cans, and maybe you have a big family. Or maybe you’ll take half of it to your local food bank. Or something else. I don’t know. What you do with your tuna is your business, people. I just share the deals.


  1. If only it were in oil. Then I’d be all over it. (My husband uses it for fishing).

  2. They had 24 cans in oil for $12 earlier but it’s gone now 🙁

  3. all gone

  4. I did some research on food banks at the end of last year. I was trying to figure out if it would be better for me to go buy a cart of food and donate it, or just give cash. Turns out that, if you have a well-run food bank, a donation provides double the amount of food you could buy. The food banks receive free or nearly free food from grocery stores – they need funds to gas their trucks to go pick it up, bring it back and distribute it.

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