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Any recs for inexpensive wine glasses?

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We just broke yet another of our Spiegelau wine glasses and this is from our second order of them in a couple of years. We don't put them in the dishwasher and we're not brutes, but they just seem to break very easily for us. I need to order new glasses and this time I'd like to go a little less expensive. Not that Spiegelau is really pricey, but if they're going to break anyway, I'd rather buy a whole lot and not sweat it. I just don't want them to be too thick and clunky and, well, really cheap looking. Any suggestions?

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    1. Our local Costco has been carrying wine glasses. I don't recall the prices but these were in the range that I'd personally shrug and think, "Oh well..." if these broke.

      My son just broke a Spiegelau today, so my next trip to Costco will include a box of those wine glasses.

      1. world market... has party packs of wine glasses very inexpensive. I use them for my catering.

        1. We got 150 wine glasses at world market because both my brothers got married this year. With a coupon & 50% off, they were less than $4 a piece. Great deal

          1. Several threads on the Wine board about all kinds of wine glasses. You might want to look into Tritans, more here with multi-year follow-up,
            http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/3334...