Schedule Shipments and Pay Only When Your Orders Ship
You schedule the frequency you wish to recieve orders in one-month, two-month, three-month,
and six-month intervals. Choose your preference and we'll send out the shipments
on that schedule automatically. You can return and modify your subscription schedule
online at any time. You'll only be charged for each order when the item is shipped.
The amount charged each time will reflect the price of the item on the day the order
is placed, plus any applicable sales tax.
Update or Cancel at Any Time
Simply login to your "Manage Recurring Orders" page in Your Account at any time
to modify the frequency of your shipments, the quantity of your subscription, and
billing or shipping address and payment methods. Changes will take place immediately
and will be applied to all unshipped orders associated with your subscription.
You read it right: If you find an item you bought with us sold for less somewhere else, we'll match the item price!
How It Works
If you should find a lower advertised price on an in-stock, identical item from one you purchased from us, you can submit a Price Match request up to 14 days after your purchase.
Forward your order confirmation email or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a link to the retailer's website promotion with the lower price. Please include "Price Match" in the subject line of the email.
Once approved, the price match will be calculated and refunded based on the item price. (Note that some exclusions may apply to keep things on the up and up.)
Got questions? Feel free to call us:
800-663-8810 / 310-664-1275 (from outside US or Canada)
Celebrate 100 years of home canning with the limited edition Ball® 6-pc. Blue Heritage Collection Pint Jar Set. Inspired by the original Ball mason jars, which were first created in 1913 to let home cooks can and preserve foods at home, the period-correct blue-tinted jars in this set have a vintage look that makes modern canning enthusiasts feel they are part of an unbroken tradition spanning back decades. The Ball company logo and the "Perfect Mason" logo used on the original 1913 jars are both embossed on the front of each jar in this set, and the backs feature embossed text commemorating the 100-year history of mason jars. This pack includes six jars with matching lids, and they can be used with modern canning kits and accessories to preserve a wide variety of foods for future use. The jars meet modern safety and performance standards, and they hold up to 1 pint of canned food when filled, so it's easy to make canned peaches, strawberry jam, pickles and canned crushed tomatoes to fill your pantry. A vintage-style tray carton keeps the jars organized until you're ready to use them. This Blue Heritage Collection set of jars is the first in a series of limited-edition mason jar sets to be released by Ball, so you can save them as collector's items.
Best Used For:
Canning fruits, vegetables and meats. Remember to sterilize canning jars before use, and follow safe canning procedures to prevent contamination of canned goods.
I love my new blue colored Ball pint jars, the color is gorgeous and goes great with the color scheme in my kitchen. Going to use them as spice jars, because I think they would be prettier sitting on the shelf than the jars the spices come in at the store.
Okay. You can go nuts with these. Forget boring storage/sorting options. Go blue! Of course canning with them is fun too. Foods take on a very different appearance in non-clear jars. Yep, you can go all "Addams Family" and freak out the Grandkids. Use your imagination. *smile*
I'm very happy with the product nothing wrong with it. It was delivered in a timely manner. I was a little mad at myself because the day after I ordered it online I saw the same product in target for $10.99 I decided not to cancel my order because I thought it was too late and because I thought there was a chance that the color of the glasses I ordered was actually blue.The ones in target were teal so I decided to wait for my order to arrive on the chance that they were indeed blue as in the picture online. Obviously this is not anyone's fault, I realize colors online are not always true to their picture and teal is indeed a shade of blue it's just not the color I was hoping for. However maybe the description should read teal/blue and another suggestion might be to put out a color of a true blue or cobalt blue I would love that! Overall no complaints just wanted to share my story. Upset that I spent $22 on something I could've got for $10.99 in my local store but thats life..