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straight-sided glass jars are some of the most common and popular jars on the market today. Common for products like bath salts, sugar scrubs, high end cremes, products with essential oils, and bug collections. Actually you might want to hold off on the bug collecting.

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$0.32 each

$49.92 per case


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2 oz Clear Glass Round Base Jar 53-400

Item ID: G064

Case Pack: 216

$0.45 each

$79.92 per case


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$0.63 each

$112.32 per case


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4 oz Amber Glass Straight Side Round Jar 58-400

Item ID: G051A

Case Pack: 192

$0.74 each

$117.12 per case


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1 oz Clear Glass Round Jar 43-400

Item ID: G075

Case Pack: 384

$0.42 each

$130.56 per case


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1/4 oz Clear Glass Thick Wall Jar 33-400

Item ID: G084

Case Pack: 960

$0.53 each

$412.80 per case


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1 oz Cobalt Blue Glass Round Jar 43-400

Item ID: G075B

Case Pack: 384

$0.78 each

$222.72 per case


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9 oz Amber Glass Straight Side Round Jar 70-400

Item ID: G042A

Case Pack: 12

Master Case Pack: 120

$12.60 per case

$103.20 per master case


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9 oz Clear Glass Straight Side Round Jar 70TW

Item ID: G040

Case Pack: 12

Master Case Pack: 120

$7.56 per case

$62.40 per master case


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Straight-Sided Glass Jars

straight-sided glass jars offer the perfect platform for labels and silk screen print. The inert nature of glass makes these jars ideal for essential oils or other potentially corrosive elements that don't play well with plastics.

Glass plays well with just about everything. It's a always polite on the basketball court, a gentleman on an ice rink, a regular chum on the baseball diamond. But a ruthless rampaging lunatic on the gridiron. (Hey everyone has at least one flaw right?)

Please note that we in no way condone playing with glass jars at sporting events, we're only trying to be humorous by appealing to the absurd. Broken glass is not an object of entertainment. Well unless your John McClane from Die Hard. But that looked painful.and it's not like he really walked on glass right?