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[Amazon.ca] Nutiva Organic Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 54-ounce/1.6L $19.49 NO TAX

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[Amazon.ca] Nutiva Organic Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 54-ounce/1.6L $19.49 NO TAX

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Our virgin coconut oil is cold-pressed and never refined, deodorized or bleached
• Savor its rich aroma and its smooth and sweet flavor
• It's ideal as a medium-heat cooking oil, a nutritious substitute in baking and even "better than butter" on bread, vegetables or popcorn

https://www.amazon.ca/Nutiva-Organic-Vi ... B000GAT6NG

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flopticalcube wrote: Costco 2.5L for $27.
Curious, Since Amazon doesn't charge tax on this, does Costco?

IF Costco charges taxes then Amazon would be cheaper $ / L:
Costco $30.51 / 2.5L = 12.20$
Amazon=> $19.49 / 1.6L= $12.18 (not including cashback)
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Wizard1 wrote: Curious, Since Amazon doesn't charge tax on this, does Costco?

IF Costco charges taxes then Amazon would be cheaper $ / L:
Costco $30.51 / 2.5L = 12.20$
Amazon=> $19.49 / 1.6L= $12.18 (not including cashback)
I never bothered to check but I doubt they would charge tax as its not a fast-food item.
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Wizard1 wrote: Curious, Since Amazon doesn't charge tax on this, does Costco?

IF Costco charges taxes then Amazon would be cheaper $ / L:
Costco $30.51 / 2.5L = 12.20$
Amazon=> $19.49 / 1.6L= $12.18 (not including cashback)
Could be wrong but cooking oil should be a grocery item and be tax free.

Either way your post is very good and this is a good price (especially if you don't have a Costco Membership).

When on sale the 2.3L Nutivia used to be an incredible price (but since they switched to the Kirkland branded oil I haven't seen a sale):

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flopticalcube wrote: I never bothered to check but I doubt they would charge tax as its not a fast-food item.
I always thought the general rule is if it has salt or seasoning, then it's taxable.
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Wizard1 wrote: Curious, Since Amazon doesn't charge tax on this, does Costco?

IF Costco charges taxes then Amazon would be cheaper $ / L:
Costco $30.51 / 2.5L = 12.20$
Amazon=> $19.49 / 1.6L= $12.18 (not including cashback)
In case it matters for your math I think the Kirkland bottles are 2.48L:

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Also I think it is either $23.99 or $24.99 usually....unless it has jumped up to $27 in the past couple of months.
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lightsout56 wrote: In case it matters for your math I think the Kirkland bottles are 2.48L:

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Also I think it is either $23.99 or $24.99 usually....unless it has jumped up to $27 in the past couple of months.
Last time I saw it it was either $26.99 or $25.99.
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Can't remember the exact price, but the last time i bought the kirkland coconut oil I believe it was $23 or $24. Costco is cheaper (how much remains to be seen), but this is still a good price, especially for those who don't shop at Costco.
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Very good price for those who don't shop at Costco. Ordered 2 thanks!
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