Need a bunch of spices. Want good quality and affordable
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Ebay. Seriously, I've bought a lot of very good quality spices from Ebay and the prices were reasonable. I look for highly reviewed sellers (lots of reviews and I look into reasons for low rating which is more informative than 5 stars and "Great transaction") and free shipping, plus seller location to be in US (because outside of US can get delayed in Customs).
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No matter which vendor you eventually go for, a way to save even more is to buy the spices you use most (=will use up in a year for ground, or about 3 years for whole) in bulk bags...then you're not paying for the little glass jars. You can (re)fill your own jars at home.
Penzey's! BEST place ever to buy spices: see them online at penzeys.com (no affiliations, just a woman with a giant spice rack in her pantry!)
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