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Caramilk....lots and lots of Caramilk needed, Toronto

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Nov 27, 2020
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Caramilk....lots and lots of Caramilk needed, Toronto

Long story, don't ask. Best I see is 4 for $4.50 at No Frills. Any store owner want to work out a deal and help me out with wholesale?
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Dumb question...obviously people need to know if lots and lots is 100 or 10,000 to offer any sort of help...
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I'm sure I've seen it at Costco Business Center in Scarborough
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coriolis wrote: I'm sure I've seen it at Costco Business Center in Scarborough
Costco used to sell boxes of chocolate bars like back in the mid 90s. I haven't seen them at Costco in a long, long time now. I only see a couple of variety packs now.

Man, now I'm curious about what the chocolate bars are for and how many the OP needs.
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Try Dollarama. They are $0.82 cents for the single size Caramilk bars.
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Yes Dollarama is the cheapest you will find
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shoppingguy wrote: Try Dollarama. They are $0.82 cents for the single size Caramilk bars.
Thanks for all the comments. I was hoping to find a steady source but a box a month would probably suffice. I did see Costco business website has them at $40 per box but I don't have a business account there and I really would not want to ask for that kind of help from a stranger - it's too much to ask.

I have not set foot inside a dollarama since Covid began, so have lost track of their availability and pricing. I will keep it in mind after getting the vaccine. I am pretty strict on "necessary" outings and have been keeping it to groceries and a couple necessary curbside purchases in the last 10 months.

Thanks again everyone.
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Caramilk singles are always 2 for $1.50 ($0.75 each) at Walmart. That makes them $36 for a box of 48.

Discount grocers will put them on sale every few weeks for about the same price ($0.77), but they never have the stock Walmart does.

Do not buy the ones with the gold keys on them - the contest has expired, about 2 months now, but they are still out there.

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