ACE Hardware: 6 HUGE Ball Mason Jars Only $9.74

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Ace Hardware is hosting a Father’s Day Sale and offering up 25% off one-regular priced item under $50 with the promo code FDAY25 at checkout (valid thru 6/21 only) and most items qualify for FREE in-store pickup. If you prefer to shop in-store, be sure to print this 25% off one regular-priced item under $50 Ace Hardware coupon.

As one deal idea, grab this pack of 6 HUGE Ball Wide Mouth Mason Jars (64oz) for only $9.74 – regularly $12.99 after the promo code FDAY25. This makes each 1/2 gallon mason jar only $1.62 (these are a great size for making tea!) and you can choose free in-store pick up if available near you. Note that these jars are not available to be shipped.

Head HERE to check out EIGHT Ways to Re-Purpose Mason Jars.

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Comments 26

  1. lacey

    Last time there was a coupon, I ordered jars. My order was cancelled. Called them & they basically did not care.

    • Judy

      that stinks – I used it when the coupons were out at Christmas time. We use LOADS of jars every year since we give all kinds of canned goodies out as gifts for the holidays, so I order every time they do one of these promos

    • irene

      Uh oh. I wonder if it depends if your local store carries the product?

    • luckymeyay

      I just received an email saying they cancelled my order, too. 🙁

  2. Liz

    Not letting me check availability or add to cart

    • nicolegammeter

      If you happen to be on a mobile device, try on a laptop/desktop as it’s still working for me on my laptop. 🙂

      • Liz

        On a laptop. I tried Chrome and Explorer. Maybe things have calmed down. I’ll keep trying.

      • jac

        Worked on my mobile, but not on my laptop. Weird…

  3. Melissa

    Any ideas for the 64oz jars? I am thinking for storing flour, etc. What else?

    • Julie

      I store pasta, oatmeal, popcorn, walnuts, coffee, pretzels, crackers, sugar in these large jars. I seal it with the food saver vacuum lid and the food stays fresh a long time. I also use the wide mouth quart jars for storage and seal those too. I love these jars!

      • Melissa

        Thanks for the ideas, Julie. Re: the foodsaver vacuum lids, I have never seen those. Do you have to buy a lid for each jar?

        • Julie

          I got my sealer lid gadget from amazon @ $9.99 after reading many reviews on their site. I already had the food saver. I do my salads in pint and quart wide mouth jars and vacuum them, which makes them last a lot longer in the refrigerator.

    • Lori

      Love these jars!!! I started using them when I bought my food saver. I have the attachment that works with the wide mouth ball lids ( no special lids needed) I haven’t used my food saver in a while and still use these jars for everything. The food lasts incredibly long in these jars without going stale. I put all ny cereal, pasta, kids snacks(pretzels, cheez its, crackers, cookies…), rice, oatmeal, pancake mix, bread crumbs, coffee… The kids snacks that do not get put in these jars, gets throne out before eaten because they go stale. But if you use these jars, every bit of food gets eaten. They are unbelievable. Try these jars!!! You will not be sorry.

      • Lori

        And my kids or myself have NEVER broken one, even though they are glass.

    • jac

      I make yogurt from a 1/2 gallon of milk every couple of weeks. A 64 oz. jar will be perfect to hold a batch.

      • Melissa

        Jac, do you make your yogurt in the jar or just use the jar to store it afterwards?

        • Jac

          I use the stainless steel insert in my “instant pot” pressure cooker to make the yogurt (used to use my crockpot–both good options), and just transfer finished yogurt to store it in glass jars. Not sure whether this size jar would fit in the pressure cooker, but you can make it in glass jars in the cooker if you prefer.

  4. Heather

    I’m using mason jars in my wedding in October. What a great deal-thanks for posting!

  5. terri

    I make my breakfast in them..the night before I put in 1/4 c oatmeal, 1/3 c cashew milk, 1 T chia seeds, 1 t maple syrup…shake..add blueberries and let sit overnight. Delicious, filling, good for you and just 1 item to wash. You can eat it hot or cold.

    • Melissa

      Thanks Terri for your recipe. I have done overnight breakfast with flaxseed meal, greek yogurt, and strawberries, sweetened with a little honey, sugar, or Truvia.

  6. dotrchau

    I love fermenting sauerkraut and green beans in them. 🙂

  7. Tatyana

    Can you wash jars’ metal lids in dishwasher?
    Thank you.

    • Kristine

      Jars dw safe, lids tend to rust in ours

      • Tatyana

        Thank you!

  8. Cassandane

    Thanks! These will be perfect for baking supplies and my sourdough starter 🙂

    • nicolegammeter


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