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Bestco Scarborough

Wing Wah Double Yoke Mooncakes $25

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  • Sep 28th, 2022 10:11 am
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Check the expiry date. Got the MX one for $20 and it expired on Oct 5
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2 weeks after and only 50% off? I guess there really aren’t best before dates for these…
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Wizard1 wrote: Snobs may argue Peninsula Hotel ones are better... You know those people that say the more expensive it is the better quality it must be
I personally like Maxim’s more than Wing Wah.
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andycwlai wrote: $25 for a box of Wingwah moon cake is actually not a bad deal. It usually costs $40+.

However, I do not like having any yolks in the moon cake. It's a shame that double yolk is the norm.
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lossless wrote: LOL it's like 2 weeks after mid autumn festival though...
ikr? it's like getting a deal on x'mas trees in january Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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I guess they are not in a hurry to clear the stock out Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat
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Wizard1 wrote: Exp isn't till next year. Real rfders don't pay full price (see Easter, Valentine's, Halloween & Christmas threads)
We should have a kind of frugal calendar. We'll celebrate all holidays at a later time at a cheaper price (Frugal Easter, Frugal Valentine, Frugal Halloween, Frugal Christmas, etc.). We can even goes as far as creating companies that work on a different business week (so our Frugal Friday would be when it is cheaper at cinema for example, etc.). More bang for our precious resources. I'll write a book about it. I will put it on sale right from launch of course to appeal to my audience.
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Toronto brothers just visit handmade ones at chinatown / spadina
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Cue the guy who always tells us if these are good enough to impress the in-laws.
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thelasthunter wrote: Cue the guy who always tells us if these are good enough to impress the in-laws.
In-laws not impressed by gifts two weeks past the holiday.
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Spinner wrote: In-laws not impressed by gifts two weeks past the holiday.
If the expiry date is really next year as some reported, then we can buy in advance for next year's Mid Autumn festival :)
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Darkblade48 wrote: If the expiry date is really next year as some reported, then we can buy in advance for next year's Mid Autumn festival :)
September 29, 2023 - it won't be before that date.

Aunties have been trying to save money for generations and come up with a solution to the mooncake problem. We aren't going to solve it at RFD. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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y2dave wrote: Mooncake festival is over long ago wow ripoff only half price off. These should be $5 who going buy mooncake now
Maybe some people just like to eat mooncakes regardless of the time of year.

I like egg nog and wish that it's sold year round.
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Spinner wrote: In-laws not impressed by gifts two weeks past the holiday.
Some in-laws might appreciate good deals and are impressed by your deal hunting ability.
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Spinner wrote: In-laws not impressed by gifts two weeks past the holiday.
Most people here don't want to impress in-laws, in fact, they want them gone.
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Darkblade48 wrote: If the expiry date is really next year as some reported, then we can buy in advance for next year's Mid Autumn festival :)
It's not. It's Nov 11 this year.

Got the last two boxes on the shelf to give it a try.Face Savouring Delicious Food
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thelasthunter wrote: Cue the guy who always tells us if these are good enough to impress the in-laws.
You can buy these for next year, just need to scrape off the best before date.
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Homer88 wrote: You can buy these for next year, just need to scrape off the best before date.
And then when they check for the date, they see that it's scraped off. And when they eat it, at best it will just taste stale and not have mold and/make them sick with food poisoning.

Good plan for those who want to intentionally do this to their in-laws or want to be divorced, bad plan for those who don't.

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