Ball 6-Count Wide Mouth 64-Ounce Jars with Lids and Bands

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Walmart #: 550797454
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  • Clear glass
  • Capacity: 64 oz
  • Includes metal lids and bands
  • Gifting note: This item ships in the manufacturer's original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.

    About this item

    Ball 6-Count Wide Mouth 64-Ounce Jars with Lids and Bands can be used for fresh food preservation. Featuring clear glass and a regular mouth, you will be able to fill them easily and clearly see what you are jarring. You can use these Ball Jars for crafting, food storage or other household uses. These Ball Wide Mouth Jars come in a safe, corrugated cardboard box for added safety. Metal lids and bands are included with the Ball 6-Count Wide Mouth 64-Ounce Jars with Lids and Bands.

    Ball 6-Count Wide Mouth 64-Ounce Jars with Lids and Bands:

    • Clear glass
    • Regular mouth
    • Capacity: pint
    • Perfect for crafts, canning or other storage needs
    • Comes in a safe, corrugated cardboard box
    • Includes metal lids and bands

    Specifications

    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 1440096259
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 13.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 16.313 x 11.438 x 10.438
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
    Origin of Components: USA
    Walmart No.: 550797454
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    Customer Reviews | 91 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Hard to find item, delivered site to store free
    2/11/2013

    Customer review by almost4

    5.0 stars by almost4

    I had been unable to find these half-gallon jars in any stores, but wanted them for storing my sourdough starter as well as grains I buy in bulk. (If they had gallon jars, I'd definitely buy those too!) Walmart.com had them for slightly less than the other big dot com place, and shipping to the store for pick up (which took about a week) was free. Other websites had these for between eight and twenty dollars, PLUS shipping. NOT! Way to go, Walmart! I think I paid about twenty bucks total. I would like to have gotten them cheaper, but since they are so hard to find, it was worth it, I guess. These arrived unbroken in a sturdy box with heavy cardboard dividers between each jar. Nice. I opened it in the store to check them before I left the pick-up counter. Very easy process and would definitely recommend it. Nice quality jars, as you would expect from Ball, with good lids. I gave them a run through the dishwasher on the sanitizing cycle and was ready to roll. By the way, the wide mouth plastic lids you can buy separately fit nicely and are very convenient, although not as airtight as the metal ones. Also, if you have a FoodSaver machine with the mason jar attachment, you can suck the air out of these to vacuum seal them and whatever you put in them will last longer and stay fresher. I do that for beans, rice, popcorn, other grains, etc. The metal lid is hard to get off without bending it when the jars are frozen though. And I'm not sure these can go in the oven (some people like to make little gift jars of cake or pizza or whatnot, which you put directly in the oven. I do not know that these jars are guaranteed oven proof...). Some brands aren't even supposed to go in the freezer. I have not had a problem with these in the freezer. The jars are clear, but mine in the photo just came out of the freezer. The milk jug and the 1-quart jar are there for size comparison. You can fit the contents of 2 quarts (one half-gallon) in these large jars. I only gave them a 3 for value because I think they shouldn't cost more than about $2 a jar.

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    almost4
    violinmom
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days
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    Love these jars!
    10/26/2012

    Customer review by run22

    5.0 stars by run22

    These ARE the 1/2 gallon size jars (the description has them listed as pint). They are great for dry food storage in my pantry, and Walmart had the best deal I could find.

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    run22
    Branson, MO
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
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    Came quickly, was as described.
    10/10/2012

    Customer review by VasNormandy

    5.0 stars by VasNormandy

    These jars came quickly, were packed securely, and are exactly what is listed in the description. Will definitely be buying these again, but I would love to see these in the gallon counterpart.

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    VasNormandy
    Oak Park, Mi
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every few days
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    by klg 12/31/2012
    • Ball doesn't recommend freezing
      by rjohns392/3/2014
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    • These are something I would not freeze. Ball does make a good freezer container. It's plastic but that would be more preferable to shipping than glass.
      by MNDIYMomma10/30/2014
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    • No the 64 oz does not go in the freezer, according to information on the Ball packaging. Straight sided jars can go in the freezer. Jars with "shoulders" can not go in the freezer.
      by auntbrig8/6/2013
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    • Its not a good idea. I took the jar out of the freezer set it on the counter and when I lifted the bottom part of the jar separated. I truly don't recommend it. It is not safe.
      by Gastando454/13/2013
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    • Yes, they are freezable.
      by china3324/12/2013
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    • The old engineer says no. The water in the soup will expand when it freezes and break the glass. You soup would freeze at a lower temperature and me much more interesting if you added a lot of vodka.
      by Boyceg2/16/2013
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    • Yes. You can adjust the spacing in the freezer if needed but they should fit just fine. I keep mine in the fridge and I have just regular, one door fridge.
      by MaquiGirl8/21/2013
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    • Yes, these jars can absolutely go into the freezer. I make ahead batches of sauces and stocks, and freeze in the same containers on a regular basis. Just thaw in the fridge before using.
      by NorthshoreGal110/4/2014
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    by Sharona 8/2/2013
    • If you clean them i believe they will last for a long time. IF YOU ARE CANNING IT IS BEST TO REPLACE EACH TIME TO ASSURE A VACUMN SEAL TO THE HIGHEST QUALITY. I use these to mix stuff for the fridge and store dry goods into. If you are storing, flour, candy, sugar, pasta, noodles, spaghetti i feel the lid life is greatly expanded. With all said u can buy new seals almost anywhere. hope this helps.
      by TRUEBLUE1017/6/2014
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    • If you are actually canning with the lids, then, no, you should not try to use them again. They will not seal properly more than once because it will actually melt the seal to conform to the jar rim. If you are just using the jars as handy and attractive storage, then, yes, you can use them over and over again without them getting rusty.
      by OneSkeptic6/23/2014
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    • you should replace the lids each time when using it for liquids but the bands you can reuse!
      by bygad11/13/2014
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    • I use the seal a meal jar sealer with the provided lids, works fine over and over. I have not had issues with the new ball lids and bands rusting.
      by rjohns392/2/2014
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    • Yes, just keep them clean and dry and they should last for years.
      by MNDIYMomma10/13/2013
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    • Most lids need to be replaced every couple of years.
      by PreserveJ10/3/2013
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