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Ocean's Flaked Light Tuna - 170 Grams, 3 Count - Canned Skipjack Tuna (ADD ON ITEM) $2.82

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[Amazon.ca] Ocean's Flaked Light Tuna - 170 Grams, 3 Count - Canned Skipjack Tuna (ADD ON ITEM) $2.82

Not a tuna guy but I know this is good for the gains and is cheap.

Other decent tuna deals on right now (not as good as the original deal):
Ocean's Chunk Light Tuna in Water, 170gm x1 = 0.94
https://www.amazon.ca/Oceans-Chunk-Ligh ... 9DZNCY1QR2

Clover Leaf Flake Light Tuna in Water 170g, 6 Count = 7.02
https://www.amazon.ca/Clover-Leaf-Flake ... 9DZNCY1QR2
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Jan 31, 2007
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Chuck is better, last time have a sale like this, I ordered 100can, drop ship to my local foodbank. On the recipient name, I put FoodBank Donation. Save me time to get them and drop them off.

:)
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Mar 4, 2007
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If you're on a budget tuna is the GOAT. It keeps forever, its cheap, and its an excellent source of protein.
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Nov 7, 2011
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AGASSIZ
Plus cheap tuna taste just just as good as any other in a tuna casserole.
Newbie
Aug 9, 2019
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maximum of 6 per order. being an add on you have to add another 10 dollars to get this shipped.
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cheapshopper wrote: Chuck is better, last time have a sale like this, I ordered 100can, drop ship to my local foodbank. On the recipient name, I put FoodBank Donation. Save me time to get them and drop them off.

:)
Thank you for your donation! Can you please share the steps in a little more detail so others can also do the same good deed? I'm also interested in doing it as well.
Did the Foodbank or Walmart (seller) contact you with any issues?
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omega11 wrote: Thank you for your donation! Can you please share the steps in a little more detail so others can also do the same good deed? I'm also interested in doing it as well.
Did the Foodbank or Walmart (seller) contact you with any issues?

I don't get any issue.

All I done was place the order at Amazon, but for shipping address , I put in the FoodBank's address. Just like how I order stuff for my mom.
The package will just ship to them instead of ship to me.

On the name I just put Foodbank Donation.
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Feb 28, 2005
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Montreal
Oh man, why have I ordered so much tuna?!
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Nov 18, 2014
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Calgary, AB
Just bought a 100 cans of Unico Light Chunk tuna in oil (best tuna in a can imho), for $100 at superstore. They have buy increments of 10 for $10 mix and match various articles. Price if you buy less than 10 (or not in increments of 10), $2.28 each for the tuna.
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Apr 28, 2008
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thefragger wrote: Good tip, thanks for all the fish.
Do you know if these are Mostly Harmless when it comes to the dolphins?
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rrabbit10 wrote: Just bought a 100 cans of Unico Light Chunk tuna in oil (best tuna in a can imho), for $100 at superstore. They have buy increments of 10 for $10 mix and match various articles. Price if you buy less than 10 (or not in increments of 10), $2.28 each for the tuna.
What's the expiry date on your cans?
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Feb 2, 2017
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deplume wrote: Do you know if these are Mostly Harmless when it comes to the dolphins?
According to the Ocean's website above:

Fishing Methods & Aquaculture
We are committed to the health of our oceans. We help preserve important ecosystems, reduce bycatch of vulnerable species (like turtles and dolphins) and minimize marine damage. We only work with trusted producers, local governments and international organizations like MSC to uphold and improve the standards of sustainable fisheries.
What the large print giveth, the small print taketh away. - Anonymous
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cheruboo wrote: If you're on a budget tuna is the GOAT. It keeps forever, its cheap, and its an excellent source of protein.
Excellent zombie apocalypse sustenance. I've bought some for the emergency rations -- better remember to throw an extra can opener down there with it, haha.
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As of Jul 1st, back in stock, cheaper ($2.61), not an add-on!

Bought 4! :)

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