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[Amazon.ca] Orville Redenbacher's Microwave Popcorn 24 Pack $11.99

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[Amazon.ca] Orville Redenbacher's Microwave Popcorn 24 Pack $11.99

If you have prime, 24 pack is $11.99. Just bought some last night, it's next day delivery too.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0749QHK6P/
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anatman wrote: Anyone buy bulk popcorn kernels and just pop it on their stove? It seems like a tempting option, since it's cheaper, you can make as much or as little as you want, you can flavour it any way you want, and supposedly tastes much better.
could always get a dedicated popcorn maker. i remember when i did that as a kid.
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couponmummy1 wrote: I placed my amazon order on April 6 for $10.98 on 24 pack and still waiting. I don't have prime.

Email tells me I will get it May 25.
I ordered April 5th and it delivered today. It was OOS when I ordered with no delivery date.
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Canadiansinner wrote: I ordered April 5th and it delivered today. It was OOS when I ordered with no delivery date.
Just ordered today and have free Prime shipping and will arrive April 28th...
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dboyman5 wrote: Just ordered today and have free Prime shipping and will arrive April 28th...
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Just ordered here with Prime subscribe and save and shows delivery tomorrow.
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Thanks OP! Just purchased some, was trying to get some Rakuten cash back but looks like they aren't giving anything for Amazon purchases during this time

Booooo, had it in my cart and it said delivery on Friday, then a few seconds of searching for Rakuten now its Monday April 27. Oh wells....
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sienna owner wrote: could always get a dedicated popcorn maker. i remember when i did that as a kid.
I’ve tried dedicated popcorn makers and stove top pot with some coconut oil tastes the best followed by a microwaveable bowl for a quick fix. Add butter/flavours to taste
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get yourself a popcorn maker ($30-40 is a good deal), and buy corn kernels yourself and control your oil and salt intake (I like olive oil or sesame oil). Your health and wallet will thank you later without sacrificing your tastebuds.
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Can someone recommend specific popcorn makers (rather than just "get a popcorn maker")?

Should i get the type that is metal and goes on the stove with a lid and a handle, or the microwave plastic one, or the standalone popper that has a chute that pops it into a bowl that you place next to it?

I'm looking to pay approx $20
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couponmummy1 wrote: The six pack is $3.97 but if you buy 2 it's 2/$6 (It's on their website, plenty at my store)

The 10 pack is $5.97 which is what I bought.

As reference, Maxi selling the six pack for $4.48, the 10 pack for $7.98
Why would you buy the 10 pack for $5.97, when you could get two, 6 packs for $6.00!?!?!?

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