Sure thing: Pit Boss Comp Blend Sears (as I mentioned above) at $21.66 per 40lb bag with free ship to store. 54 cents a pound plus tax (which Amazon charges here). I'm guessing there are Sears stores in Chicago, yes? Link (again): http://www.sears.com/pit-boss-pellets-40lb-competition-blend/p-07145716000P
There's no reason you can't just buy one bag at that price.
Now if you go to three bags or otherwise get your order above $50 use the $5 off $50 coupon.
In any of those instances you can get 10% cash back if you have a Discover credit card and start your from the Discover Deals portal at Discover.com before launching over to Sears.com
If you absolutely don't have a Sears, I do know there are Menards stores up there and they have the same pellets at $21.99 per 40lb bag with free ship to store: https://www.menards.com/main/outdoors/grills-outdoor-cooking/grills-smokers/pit-boss-40-lb-competition-bbq-pellets/outdoors/grills-outdoor-cooking/grills-smokers/pit-boss-40-lb-competition-bbq-pellets/p-1444428674082.htm;jsessionid=0C131E87969F95358020D405C1CFC080.eklka-prodapp4-external-mcom
Also Academy Sports, which I don't think is up there, carries a decent pellet B&B at $12 per 20lb bag retail, so 60 cents per pound.
Heck even my local GMG dealer sells GMG brand pellets at $23 per 28 lb bag with "get the seventh bag free" punchcards and many GMG dealers sell pellets even cheaper. So 82 cents per pound for single bags, but if you factor in the seventh bag it works out to 70 cents per pound.
Don't get me wrong, CookinPellets are good, and they're a decent value when the price is down in the $28/bag range. They're just not what I consider a "deal" at the current pricing of $33+ per bag. http://camelcamelcamel.com/CookinPellets-40PM-Perfect-Smoking-Pellets/product/B00819OICI?context=browse