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Canadian Tire

Cashmere Quilted Double Toilet Paper, 12-roll $5.99

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  • Mar 1st, 2020 8:11 pm
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Jan 24, 2013
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Please put price in title
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Apr 21, 2012
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Ontario
Food basics has the 15 double roll (30 equivalent) for 5.88.
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Apr 10, 2011
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Here's a better deal than Canadian Tire on Sunday, March 1st, Shoppers: Royale 12=24 rolls @ $4.99
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Sep 26, 2012
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Not the best price, but could spend your ct money and get the 50x promo. I cant find anything better to buy with it.
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Oct 12, 2015
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Temporel wrote: Here's a better deal than Canadian Tire on Sunday, March 1st, Shoppers: Royale 12=24 rolls @ $4.99
Fair enough. I was dropping a deuce at CT and Rakuten was like "keep going, what else?!"
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sajjad365 wrote: Fair enough. I was dropping a deuce at CT and Rakuten was like "keep going, what else?!"
Your deal ain't bad. Just about less than a dollar more expensive per 24 rolls than Shoppers.
But Shoppers deal ends today and yours will go on until Wednesday.
Plus as someone said there's the CT money 50x promo.
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Jul 26, 2018
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Canada, eh?
It's not a bad deal, upvoted.

Plus there's plenty in stock, versus TP at Costco or other locations where people are panic buying.
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Apr 18, 2013
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sajjad365 wrote: Fair enough. I was dropping a deuce at CT and Rakuten was like "keep going, what else?!"
When I was going to university, me and my roommate's apartment was next to a gas station so we'd always run over there to take a number 2, to save money on toilet paper.

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