These cups stick together badly. Every time we have used them we have many broken cups trying to pull them apart. Also we do a two cup system, bread on the bottom and juice on the top; which again is a problem when the cups won't come apart after they are filled. It costs more money to replace those that are broken than to just go with a better quality cup.
We set up about 500 cups for communion. These took me an extra 30+ minutes because they are packed in the sleeves so tightly that it was nearly impossible to separate them. The kids that usually help couldn't as well as my asst with arthritis. Honestly, my hands were sore, too. I broke 20 or more cups trying to separate them. My time didn't outweigh the price. I'll pay a few bucks more and go back to the other brand.
Nice value for the money. Price works well with our limited budget. Does have a sticking together issue, but I have found this to be true with other plastic communion cups. it just takes a little patience to get them apart.
We bought two cases of these, and they stuck together so aggressively, that we broke many just trying to get them apart. Frustrating. Also found them difficult to remove from communion trays. Might have been a bad batch, but we'll use another type next time. Not worth the savings if they are so temperamental :)