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[7 Eleven] Dairyland 2% 4L - $4.24 ($3.99 + $0.25 Deposit)

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[7 Eleven] Dairyland 2% 4L - $4.24 ($3.99 + $0.25 Deposit)

7 Eleven has been offering this price for about a year now, and according to the employees I've talked to, they keep extending it every month. Some individual stores impose a limit of two, but others really don't care how much you purchase.

The price is usually advertised outside the store, and the label displays the regular price. It should still scan as $3.99.

All things considered, it's a really good deal since you don't need to pay the environment fee, and you get that quarter back when you recyle it at the bottle depot. Most prices in Calgary are ~$4.50, and you have to pay the deposit and environment fee making it ~$5. It's only saving one dollar per jug, but that could add up overtime.

Hope this is at least a warm deal, as it's my first time posting.
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Jun 13, 2017
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Thanks. I don't mind stopping by if it's along the road I'm driving. Milk rarely goes on sale anywhere so it's worth knowing it.
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I forgot about this ongoing deal at 7-11.

Their Canada150 meatballs are actually edible as well for $1.50.
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What parts of the country charges 0.25 for a milk container deposit? I usually get milk from SDM with their 20x pts. It's like 20-40% off from the pts.
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recordman wrote:
Jun 18th, 2017 9:15 pm
What parts of the country charges 0.25 for a milk container deposit? I usually get milk from SDM with their 20x pts. It's like 20-40% off from the pts.
It's standard here to get 0.25 for deposit and 0.25 for environment (eco fee) in Calgary. I'm assuming it's mostly Western Canada then?
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I don't think we get charged the environmental fee for the 4L milk plastic cartons in BC. Mind you I haven't bought the the 4 liter cartons in awhile as the milk starts to curdle by the time I finish it.

I bought a $1.25 package of 3x2032 batteries at the Dolllarama store and was surprised to be charge 0.18 fee.
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Can't be returned at the return it depot for cash, so no charge in BC.
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Thanks, will have to check here.
This spring, we just started getting milk containers added to the recycling program.

Cartons and tetra packs, such as aseptic and polycoat containers, will increase from $0.05 to $0.10 for containers less than one litre, and $0.25 for containers one litre or greater.
milk containers will also be subject to an environmental handling fee of $0.06 for plastic containers, $0.07 for glass and $0.03 for aseptic and paper-based polycoat cartons.
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TeriyakiJack wrote:
Jun 18th, 2017 9:01 pm
I forgot about this ongoing deal at 7-11.

Their Canada150 meatballs are actually edible as well for $1.50.
Love those meatballs. Only I wished they are available sauce-free, otherwise, loaded with M.S.G.

They're great for B.Y.O.C. (bring your own carbs) lunch - I usually pair with toasts or spaghetti.
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Globedeal wrote:
Jun 19th, 2017 7:27 am
I don't think we get charged the environmental fee for the 4L milk plastic cartons in BC. Mind you I haven't bought the the 4 liter cartons in awhile as the milk starts to curdle by the time I finish it.

I bought a $1.25 package of 3x2032 batteries at the Dolllarama store and was surprised to be charge 0.18 fee.
Milk container is handled by your city recycling in BC
https://www.return-it.ca/beverage/recycling/transition/
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ihacki wrote:
Jun 19th, 2017 9:12 am
Love those meatballs. Only I wished they are available sauce-free, otherwise, loaded with M.S.G.

They're great for B.Y.O.C. (bring your own carbs) lunch - I usually pair with toasts or spaghetti.
Excellent idea. They'll pair extremely well with an instant noodle for that extra punch. Enough sodium for an entire day.

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