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[Amazon.ca] Tide PODS! 81ct / $16.02 or 72ct / $14.24 ($0.20 cents a load) + Save more with S&S

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[Amazon.ca] Tide PODS! 81ct / $16.02 or 72ct / $14.24 ($0.20 cents a load) + Save more with S&S

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Nov 2, 2003
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ordered thank you
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Sep 8, 2010
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Windsor
downvoted for microplastics
Newbie
Oct 14, 2009
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That is not true. Both come out to 19.77777777 cents per pod
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Feb 13, 2012
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Greater Sudbury
I tried these pods thinking it would save me money cause the wife uses too much of the liquid but nope she just puts 2 pods a load in ...
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Sep 8, 2010
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Windsor
prohomy wrote: I bet you're fun at parties.
Cool thanks for the comment
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Feb 13, 2015
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Toronto, Ontario
jokerswild1 wrote: I tried these pods thinking it would save me money cause the wife uses too much of the liquid but nope she just puts 2 pods a load in ...
i put 3 in a load lol.
😎Thanks RFD😎
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Feb 19, 2019
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vballxox wrote: How does this compare to Costco sale?
Based on my calculations, with max S&S, the 2 from Amazon are basically the same price (with the 71 count being cheaper by 0.05 cent per pod). Rounds to 16.81 cents per pod.

For Costco, the 4 in 1 is 20.99$ when on sale for 88 count. That comes to 23.85 cents per pod.

Amazon seems to be a clear winner unless there is a quality difference between 3 in 1 and 4 in 1.
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May 25, 2009
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Toronto
Why are people so lazy they can't pour some liquid detergent? These pods are wayyyy more expensive like triple the cost just because the put the detergent in a disolvable package....
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Mar 2, 2011
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West
I buy pods bc then it's one pod vs pouring a lot when it's the liquid ones.
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Apr 8, 2011
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Calgary
fightbriz wrote: Why are people so lazy they can't pour some liquid detergent? These pods are wayyyy more expensive like triple the cost just because the put the detergent in a disolvable package....
Cleaner, doesn't drip, convenient.
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Sep 1, 2017
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jokerswild1 wrote: I tried these pods thinking it would save me money cause the wife uses too much of the liquid but nope she just puts 2 pods a load in ...
Most entertaining and informative 30 min video on dishwashers you'll find..
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Jul 29, 2015
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Saskatoon
badbeerbreath wrote: Cleaner, doesn't drip, convenient.
Weirdly, I switched back to liquid because I didn't like touching the pods to throw them in the wash. The soapy/oily feeling of the pods made me want to rinse my hands.
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Mar 24, 2016
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scarborough
fightbriz wrote: Why are people so lazy they can't pour some liquid detergent? These pods are wayyyy more expensive like triple the cost just because the put the detergent in a disolvable package....
Same with coffee. why so lazy.
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Burnaby
fightbriz wrote: Why are people so lazy they can't pour some liquid detergent? These pods are wayyyy more expensive like triple the cost just because the put the detergent in a disolvable package....
Could say the same with powder, its cheaper than liquid. I personally use all 3, pods usually for the sports/workout stuff.

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