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[MLCC] 48 cans of Bud light for 74.99+tx, 1.65 a can!!!

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djpr wrote:
May 18th, 2017 3:39 pm
Why would he need condoms on his wedding night? lol that sounds horrible.
Nothing worse than spoiling a new marriage with kids, lol!
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djpr wrote:
May 18th, 2017 3:39 pm
Why would he need condoms on his wedding night? lol that sounds horrible.
Let's be real....what's really going down on the wedding night?

The oh so special 1,657th time that you've done it. Oh, such a monumental event.
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Everybody loves to bash Bud Light, but it's still ABInBev's top selling beer (and I think #3 worldwide). They have fans, and it does have drinkability.

With that said, I wouldn't buy it, but this forum is for deals after all.

Although that 12 x 740mL pricing - never knew about that.
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Not sure what the prices are in Ontario, but two 24 packs of OLD MILWAUKEE come in at less than $62 + tax here in BC.
http://www.bcliquorstores.com/product/606293

Tastes pretty much the same as, or even better imho than Bud Light....but 4.9% vs 4% for those of you watching your girl'ish figures. Winking Face
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Cas77 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 9:10 am
Since 2015 OPP are roaming Gatineau parking lots (seen them twice at Costco) with a radio to send the plate numbers to other officers on this side of the bridges who will seize your beer and fine you. 2 cases max...makes for alot of round trips. Plan your trips accordingly (i.e. 10am on a Monday instead of noon on a sunny Saturday or Friday night of a long weekend.
Good to know. Should rent a van if I ever decide to do a beer run in Quebec, then load up the car when done with the rental. I wonder if anyone rents by the hour?
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what are the current prices at costco Quebec for 60 pack of coors light?
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bridonca wrote:
May 19th, 2017 3:57 am
Good to know. Should rent a van if I ever decide to do a beer run in Quebec, then load up the car when done with the rental. I wonder if anyone rents by the hour?
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I usually do 2 camping trips to the states a year, bring back 10, 30 packs each time. For $13.99 a 30, it's cheaper than paying for water!
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Cas77 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 9:10 am
Since 2015 OPP are roaming Gatineau parking lots (seen them twice at Costco) with a radio to send the plate numbers to other officers on this side of the bridges who will seize your beer and fine you. 2 cases max...makes for alot of round trips. Plan your trips accordingly (i.e. 10am on a Monday instead of noon on a sunny Saturday or Friday night of a long weekend.
Is that for real or a joke? Are we actually paying policeman to catch beer runners? I thought the 1920's were over...
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Mike2258 wrote:
May 19th, 2017 9:37 am
Is that for real or a joke? Are we actually paying policeman to catch beer runners? I thought the 1920's were over...
Harper passed Bill C311 to let people freely import/export between provinces:
http://globalnews.ca/news/1829880/chang ... s-borders/

Unfortunately provinces have to buy-in and pass their own provincial legislation and Wynne is not about to put an end to her political party contributions from Labatt/Sapporo and MolsonCoors so has refused to open importation and limit it.

Look at LCBO trying to spoin it aroubnd like they're the good guys and the feds finally started to let us do it.

Questions and Answers regarding the Amendment to the Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act (Bill C-311)
Q: LCBO Does this new legislation mean I will be able to bring wine back with me when visiting other provinces?
A: Yes. In June 2012, the LCBO adopted a policy that clarified it is legal for individuals to bring wines, spirits and beer into Ontario on their person from other Canadian provinces or territories, as long as it is for personal consumption. Now the federal government has further clarified that this is legal with this new legislation and we are pleased about this.
Q: How much wine or other alcohol products can I bring with me?
A: Ontarians of legal drinking age can bring up to three litres of spirits, nine litres of wine and 24.6 litres of beer from other provinces and territories. Most provinces and territories have comparable provisions, though some have importation limits that are lower than Ontario.

24.6 litres of beer is 2.91 cases...funny how it's not 25.6 which is 3 cases...
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Drink 3 in the parking lot. Problem solved.
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24.6 litres of beer is 2.91 cases...funny how it's not 25.6 which is 3 cases...
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Cas77 wrote:
May 18th, 2017 9:10 am
Since 2015 OPP are roaming Gatineau parking lots (seen them twice at Costco) with a radio to send the plate numbers to other officers on this side of the bridges who will seize your beer and fine you. 2 cases max...makes for alot of round trips.
I believe this issue of inter-provincial movement of alcohol is finally going to be heard by the Supreme Court, and i fully expect that the provinces will finally get slapped hard by the SC. Decision though is probably still a year away.

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I don't even drink but was curious so I pulled up the sobeys liquor flyer here in sask. 24 pack of bud is currently 31.99 10$ off regular price .

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