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[Amazon.ca] $3.88 - (4-Pack) Nongshim Shin Ramyun, 480-Gram - Add-On item

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[Amazon.ca] $3.88 - (4-Pack) Nongshim Shin Ramyun, 480-Gram - Add-On item

Nongshim NS02290S Shin Ramyun 4-Pack, 480-Gram
The soft and chewy noodle combined with the spicy beef broth creates the perfect recipe that will please any palate
Ready in 4-5 minutes
More than 22 billion bags have been sold since its creation in 1986

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freebie10 wrote: 78cents each at superstore
Pretty sure that was last week only, limit 6
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They were $2.99 for a pack at Nations recently. They go on sale all the time.
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Not a hot deal. I see it for $3.49 at Superstore all the time.
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jwslam wrote: Pretty sure that was last week only, limit 6
12:05AM 2/21/2018

78 cent ea limit of 6
3.48 4 pack limit of 4

How many of these salty unhealthy snacks would you like? 22 is more than you should eat before draining public tax dollars in healthcare.

I echo it goes on sale often enough it doesn't need to be in hot deals.
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It's worth nothing that the OP's variety is made in Korea whereas the stuff you buy domestically is made in the USA. Some people prefer the Korean noodles.
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Canada
Thanks op , i like to use about 1/3 of the packet , still taste good
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jwslam wrote: Pretty sure that was last week only, limit 6
Limit is pretty loosely enforced and some stores wont enforce it at all. Plus if you arent stacking it with other promo (pc point coupons), nothing really is stopping you from going to your car after buying 6 then return to buy 6 or however many more. RFDers did this with primerib every time its on sale with limit 1/2 and really this is no different.

Also think nofrills had them for 3/$2 quite a few times.
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Mailliw wrote: It's worth nothing that the OP's variety is made in Korea whereas the stuff you buy domestically is made in the USA. Some people prefer the Korean noodles.
Chinese supermarkets often has made in china too. I find korea/us taste similar but the made in china version taste quite different (and i avoid buying them after buying a few packs of 5 for 2.99 @ foody world).

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