Lubbockites aren't happy that Buc-ees is still steering clear of the Hub City even though it's a Texas company expanding to other places. Thankfully, there's something new that we can enjoy.

While I know we all love stopping at one on long road trips places but with gas prices still high maybe this will help you enjoy your favorite treat easier. We love filling up on gas, enjoying the clean restaurants and lots to look at but sometimes you really need some of their nuggets, rubs, jerky, popcorn and so much more.

Now we have what's called Texas Snax. It's a third-party re-seller of Buc-ee's that will ship their great options right to your door. I mean, how awesome is that?

Let's not all bombard their website and sell them out at once or anything. But it's good to know they can satisfy your cravings and get them right to you. From easy stuff you can find anywhere to limited release and seasonal options, you don't have to wait until Amarillo's Buc-ee's location to open up to have easy access to their snacks here in Lubbock.

They ship out Tuesdays and Fridays from Dallas, Texas and it takes 1-3 days for delivery. Shipping is free if your order is over $97. Orders that are under $97 take 1-3 business days for delivery, with shipping fees between $3 to $9 depending on weight.

You can check out Texas Snax's official website to see all the delicious treats they can bring right to your doorstep and enjoy everything Texas has to offer.

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