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Ritz Bits Sandwiches Smores - $1 - Warehouse Deal

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Add-on items have ruined Amazon.
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Edited: EEWWWW so it's RETURNED FOOD.

Not sold by a 3rd party named "Warehouse deals", my bad. Lack of sleep.
Last edited by yuprules on Jul 21st, 2020 2:14 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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yuprules wrote: Um, it's SOLD by "Warehouse Deals", it is NOT a returned product to Amazon.

It's 3rd party company named " Warehouse Deals". It is NOT sold by Amazon, it is fulfilled by Amazon (" Warehouse Deals" buys shelf space from Amazon's warehouse and they send their goods there to be sold).
LOL, no it's not, it's sold by Amazon's Warehouse Deals.

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Usually, it's just because the BB date is coming soon.
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yuprules wrote: Um, it's SOLD by "Warehouse Deals", it is NOT a returned product to Amazon.

It's 3rd party company named " Warehouse Deals". It is NOT sold by Amazon, it is fulfilled by Amazon (" Warehouse Deals" buys shelf space from Amazon's warehouse and they send their goods there to be sold).
100% not a third party, it’s sold by Amazon...

If you click or tap on the seller and go to the seller’s page and choose “Ask a Question”, you’ll get the following message:
Please contact Amazon Customer Service for any issues related to this seller.
Basically means it’s just sold by Amazon.
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Warehouse deals for food might be those that are close to expiry.... not entirely sure just guessing
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Best before dates are pretty irrelevant on highly processed sugar snacks. Fill your bomb shelters with these and you'll be enjoying them in 20 years.
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Pinetrees wrote: Warehouse deals for food might be those that are close to expiry.... not entirely sure just guessing
No, that's what Amazon sells as new if you're lucky. Most of the time it's expired, which is why I stopped buying food at Amazon. Warehouse deal means there might be a few crumbs left in the box.
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yuprules wrote: Um, it's SOLD by "Warehouse Deals", it is NOT a returned product to Amazon.

It's 3rd party company named " Warehouse Deals". It is NOT sold by Amazon, it is fulfilled by Amazon (" Warehouse Deals" buys shelf space from Amazon's warehouse and they send their goods there to be sold).
lol wtf are you talking about
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Saukrates wrote: Add-on items have ruined Amazon.
For us yeah, for them not so much. What would "ruin" them would be to keep shipping items that are like $1-2 for free lol.
mcwilly wrote: Best before dates are pretty irrelevant on highly processed sugar snacks. Fill your bomb shelters with these and you'll be enjoying them in 20 years.
Not really, the cracker part can and will still go stale/rancid. Mind you this will probably take around a year after the date, if it remains sealed, but it still will certainly happen. Rancid crackers aren't gonna kill you but they sure as heck will taste terrible. The ones with peanut butter the filling will go rancid too, though granted that wasn't part of this deal.
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IDStorms wrote: LOL, no it's not, it's sold by Amazon's Warehouse Deals.

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Usually, it's just because the BB date is coming soon.
I ordered chips last week

One had an expiry of end of Sept and one end of Oct

Both have been eaten since being ordered ;)
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Saukrates wrote: Add-on items have ruined Amazon.
Add-ons and a minimum of 2...

Amazon really has gotten difficult
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yuprules wrote: Um, it's SOLD by "Warehouse Deals", it is NOT a returned product to Amazon.

It's 3rd party company named " Warehouse Deals". It is NOT sold by Amazon, it is fulfilled by Amazon (" Warehouse Deals" buys shelf space from Amazon's warehouse and they send their goods there to be sold).
thanks for the misinformation new guy
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IEpicDestroyer wrote: 100% not a third party, it’s sold by Amazon...

If you click or tap on the seller and go to the seller’s page and choose “Ask a Question”, you’ll get the following message:
Basically means it’s just sold by Amazon.
You're right... But amazon reps will still give you the runaround that a warehouse deal item is sold by a third party and not amazon and they can't do whatever...

They still offer the same return/ discount/ credit, but claim it's not their fault.
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mcwilly wrote: Best before dates are pretty irrelevant on highly processed sugar snacks. Fill your bomb shelters with these and you'll be enjoying them in 20 years.
unopened cookies go stale pretty quickly after BB. From my experience with PC Decadent CC
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T3rry wrote: thanks for the misinformation new guy
New guy? Look when I joined on the left. I just didn't know that it was a Warehouse deal, though it was a third party. People can make mistakes, my bad.

EW so it's RETURNED food??!!?!?!? Let's just hope it's close to the expiry date.
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yuprules wrote: Edited: EEWWWW so it's RETURNED FOOD.

Amazon doesn't accept returns on food.
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