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[Amazon.ca] Kettle Avocado Oil Chili Lime Chips for $2 Back Order only

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[Amazon.ca] Kettle Avocado Oil Chili Lime Chips for $2 Back Order only

All time low on amazon. Back order only though.
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Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
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Bought 2. Came to $4.20 oddly enough.
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Northguy wrote: Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
Welcome to the new normal.
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Northguy wrote: Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
Seriously? You've not been here too many times, surely.
I definitely don’t need one, so I’ll do the right thing and pick one up on my way home. 😎

**Just pick one and don't loot** 😠
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Northguy wrote: Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
Most places don't carry this flavour
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UWOD2020 wrote: Most places don't carry this flavour
Excuse#1 :D
(I'm party in this sin)
I definitely don’t need one, so I’ll do the right thing and pick one up on my way home. 😎

**Just pick one and don't loot** 😠
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I'm a sucker for good chips on sale for $1. At $2 wallet and waistline are safe.
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Northguy wrote: Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
My hobbit usually has them on sale for $3.00 and other crappy brands for $2.50 ... you'd have to be a moron not to buy from amazon.
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Great filler product to get you over the $35 free shipping threshold. If the product doesn't ship by the time you get the rest of your shipment or you decide that your waistline is too big already, just cancel the chips and keep the savings on the shipping!
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In for one bag. Thanks OP!
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Northguy wrote: Ordering potato chips through Amazon? Seriously? Society is doomed!
My bigger concern was how they were breaking up the order. I get it if they're shipping from different warehouse locations, timing, availability, etc. and I do appreciate the fact they're trying to get my products to me in the fastest way, especially as a PRIME member - but on a previous thread that prompted me to put in KETTLE chip orders, I had ordered 4 bags and they came in three boxes, all at separate times. One was by Amazon delivery, one by Canada Post and one by Purolator. I'm by no means a super environmentalist or anything like that, but to have so much separate packaging + deliveries did make me a bit sad. I wasn't dying of desperation for these particular products that I couldn't wait for it to be consolidated. I can definitely see that 'essential' items they should prioritize and perhaps get to me sooner.
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xkaliber wrote: My bigger concern was how they were breaking up the order. I get it if they're shipping from different warehouse locations, timing, availability, etc. and I do appreciate the fact they're trying to get my products to me in the fastest way, especially as a PRIME member - but on a previous thread that prompted me to put in KETTLE chip orders, I had ordered 4 bags and they came in three boxes, all at separate times. One was by Amazon delivery, one by Canada Post and one by Purolator. I'm by no means a super environmentalist or anything like that, but to have so much separate packaging + deliveries did make me a bit sad. I wasn't dying of desperation for these particular products that I couldn't wait for it to be consolidated. I can definitely see that 'essential' items they should prioritize and perhaps get to me sooner.
This also happened to me when I ordered Kit Kat’s. A single box arrived from their Ontario warehouse (I’m in BC).

Not sure how the logistics work but I’m assuming: made in Japan > shipped to Richmond BC > shipped to Ontario warehouse > shipped back to Richmond warehouse > sorted and delivered in Burnaby.

I’m also not the most environmental person, but to have postal service go through all of the trouble to get me a $2 candy bar didn’t sit well with me either.
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Have any of you actually ordered chips from Amazon before and had a good experience? I would think it would be a bag of dust by the time it gets to your door.
I wouldn't order canned pop either.
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