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NESCAFÉ Taster's Choice Classic Instant Coffee, 100g Jar, $3.88

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Dec 12, 2004
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Thanks OP, looks like it's 10 cents within an all time low price for a highly rated instant coffee.
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$3.88 for 100g of some instant coffee is not a good deal.
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Jan 22, 2009
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What's the diff between the regular nescafe, tasters and gold? Which tastes the best? Thanks
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May 4, 2021
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Keith1411 wrote: $3.88 for 100g of some instant coffee is not a good deal.
It's actually a very good price if you drink this particular coffee. In-store regular price is something like $6.99.

Good deals are relative to what people want to buy and actually use. X dollars for Y amount of Z product not being a good price in someone else's opinion is a moot point.
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Jan 8, 2012
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I always take instant coffee with me travelling.

And this is definitely a deal.

Thanks OP.

cheers

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Mar 12, 2016
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Not bad at all
Costco has a 300g jar, the regular price is like $15 or so
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Thanks ordered 2 on SS, $3.50 each. Good as a backup when I am rushing through my day. And I am a coffee snob. :)
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Is there a good instant coffee I've never tried?

Every single instant has hit me like garbage.

Except for a formulation I had at Hyatt Place London Heathrow adjacent.

I actively looked for that coffee in Canada with no luck.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Is there a good instant coffee I've never tried?

Every single instant has hit me like garbage.

Except for a formulation I had at Hyatt Place London Heathrow adjacent.

I actively looked for that coffee in Canada with no luck.
Edit:

1. Try lowering the temp of the water
2. Try add/reducing the amount per cup
3. Try an exotic brand off Amazon

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Dec 10, 2004
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$3.88 at No Frills.
$3.98 at RCSS.

Not sure this is a really great deal, it does seem to go on sale around this price in most grocery stores (Walmart, Food Basics, RCSS, SDM, etc), but if you're partial to getting it from Amazon, then I guess it is a good deal. Subscribe and Save has it down to $3.30 if you get the 15% off, though it isn't guaranteed to be that price for the next shipment.
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RFDers have such a weird hard-on about getting grocery items from Amazon shipped to their door for the same price as the grocery store sale prices.

This is literally just them price-matching No Frills but somehow gets 15+ upvotes to not have to leave your house.
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May 4, 2021
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Leverage wrote: RFDers have such a weird hard-on about getting grocery items from Amazon shipped to their door for the same price as the grocery store sale prices.

This is literally just them price-matching No Frills but somehow gets 15+ upvotes to not have to leave your house.
Nope, not weird at all. It's 2021, not 1981. Convenience is worth something. Also, where I live stores like No Frills and RCSS typically have empty shelves when this coffee goes on sale.
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Dec 25, 2010
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If you want to be optimal, best deals for those coffee (all nescafé kind, nescafé gold [which I find nice for instant-coffee to be honest], etc.) is when you use PC Optimum special offers (and match price at grocery store that support it) or... SDM/Pharmaprix with offers and/or 20x points kind of offer.

They often give me at least 20% rebate extra in PC Optimum (it is often like 2$ in point per 8$ spent).
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May 27, 2008
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Minimum Qty =2 currently. For using this as my backup to backup coffee, it's not worth having to order 2 unfortunately.

Thanks for the post however OP!
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Is there a good instant coffee I've never tried?

Every single instant has hit me like garbage.

Except for a formulation I had at Hyatt Place London Heathrow adjacent.

I actively looked for that coffee in Canada with no luck.
Check your local micro roasters, many of them are now doing instant coffee. Might be worth checking out.
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Leverage wrote: RFDers have such a weird hard-on about getting grocery items from Amazon shipped to their door for the same price as the grocery store sale prices.

This is literally just them price-matching No Frills but somehow gets 15+ upvotes to not have to leave your house.
It’s not RFD, it’s Millennials. New generation prefers home delivery vs. going in.
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Keith1411 wrote: $3.88 for 100g of some instant coffee is not a good deal.
You can get 200g of Maxwell House for $3.99.

Anyone who has a tongue prefers Nescafé.

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