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[Amazon.ca | Add-on]Pringles BBQ Flavor Potato Chips 168 Gram - $1.44

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From personal experience, about half the can is going to be smashed into tiny inhalable pieces.
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Think its same price as Wal-Mart as I just bought several cans recently
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You order it from Amazon before ?? If that's the case, you should report it to Amazon CSR. Otherwise, they will never fix it.
aeba7 wrote: From personal experience, about half the can is going to be smashed into tiny inhalable pieces.
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$5 for 3 at shoppers atm, much more flavours as well.
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Actually, I think the cheapest one I bought recently is from Freshco which is only $1, but I think $1.44 is still a good price.
renegadeavenger wrote: Think its same price as Wal-Mart as I just bought several cans recently
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Usually ships within 3 to 4 weeks

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lcmt wrote: You order it from Amazon before ?? If that's the case, you should report it to Amazon CSR. Otherwise, they will never fix it.
I chalked it up as a life lesson. The moment it reaches the hands of Canada post, or any other courier, its going to get thrown around. You can pad it with bubble wrap, but the shaking will still ruin your pringles.
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Companies are starting to create online-delivery type of packaging which will eliminate this kind of problem. However, customers need to report this to Amazon and Amazon will work with Pringles and see if there is anything that can be done. I agree by just wrapping with bubble wrap won't help since the original packaging from Pringles does not have any shake-protection.
aeba7 wrote: I chalked it up as a life lesson. The moment it reaches the hands of Canada post, or any other courier, its going to get thrown around. You can pad it with bubble wrap, but the shaking will still ruin your pringles.
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Might as well just buy the "chips" at a normal store. :)
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