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Gourmia Air Fryer 7QT - $48.99 (in-store) | $59.99 (online)

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Oct 21, 2009
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karapy wrote: Maybe ask for a raincheck?
Costco doesn't issue rainchecks.
Currently happy customer with Telus and Freedom Mobile
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Jan 10, 2008
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I use a silicon liner on the grill plate of my older one since a bit of the non stick peeled off.
Less than $5 from AliExpress , same as the Amazon one

2 Pack 8.5 Inch Square Reusable Air Fryer Liners, Non-Stick Air Fryer Mat, Perforated Air Fryer Silicone Accessories, BPA Free Easy to Clean https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B09N1HY3RM/ref ... 9R0BA4P2GV
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Feb 18, 2013
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Update: Was able to do a price adjustment despite no stock in the warehouse (paid $69.99 2 weeks ago)
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Sep 23, 2018
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Neocodex wrote: It's literally why we have this forum...
Forum is for asking questions which one is normally not able to comprehend or find themselves.
Also one should contribute by calling store and posting and helping others rather than asking.
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Sep 23, 2018
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shaolin_x wrote: Does Costco even do rainchecks?
they do but it depends on manufacturer who is selling it through costco. I was able to get a rain check on 1 item last year but not on other.
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Nov 17, 2007
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Bella125 wrote: You just turned your air fryer into a toaster oven by blocking off the airflow. Great hack, lol!
The aluminium is only lined on the bottom to catch all the drippings making it so much easier to clean up. The rack still suspends the food and so whatever you cook gets lots of air flow.
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Jul 29, 2007
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shanil8 wrote: Is it available anywhere in Toronto or Markham? Thank you
Newmarket had lots this morning. None at Markham East, Yorktech or Richmond Hill.
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Dec 17, 2006
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Thanks Op,

Ordered for delivery. I have been thinking of one of these Air Fryers for a while and this one seems to have good overall reviews and a great price.
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Oct 25, 2007
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tried..dixie/dundas, Heartland, kitchener but no where to find this item.
ended up ordering online.. for extra $10.
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Mar 25, 2020
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mkannuri wrote: tried..dixie/dundas, Heartland, kitchener but no where to find this item.
ended up ordering online.. for extra $10.
Are you allowed to order online and then go in store for a price adjustment?
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Jun 20, 2020
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VincentP28414 wrote: Are you allowed to order online and then go in store for a price adjustment?
No

Why is there a difference between warehouse prices and Costco.ca prices?
Products sold online may have different pricing than the same products sold at your local Costco warehouse. That's due to the shipping and handling fees charged for delivery to your home or business.

https://customerservice.costco.ca/app/a ... /related/1
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Sep 25, 2012
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Zaptor99 wrote: It's funny how they did my price adjustment today. I paid $64.99 and it's now $49.99 in store. But instead of refunding me $15+tax, they gave me back $20+tax because the item is $20 off now (from 69.99 to 49.99). Not complaining.
I had the same experience. Also not complaining.
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Just a teeny bit off topic, but may help someone. I managed to get an OK price for an air fryer instant pot lid. The cleaning (from what I hear) is miles better in this type of unit. Tradeoff is that the ip version. Can't hold quite as much as a stand alone, and doesn't quite go as high for temps. My parents have a $200 cuisinart AF and they complain about the cleaning all the time.
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The chicken burger and wedges kit are really good in the air fryer.

You're welcome.
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mkannuri wrote: tried..dixie/dundas, Heartland, kitchener but no where to find this item.
ended up ordering online.. for extra $10.
So you are out $10 +$20 in gas Grinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling EyesGrinning Face With Smiling Eyes
To be honest, $10 extra to avoid wild Costco crowds and mess on the weekend is money well spent.
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Aug 13, 2018
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goo421 wrote: Newmarket had lots this morning. None at Markham East, Yorktech or Richmond Hill.
There was a new shipment that arrived at Yorktech this morning but sold out within the first 20 minutes.
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I had the 6 quart and it was great during the first two weeks. Afterwards the non stick coating comes off of the tray inside and unless you only make fries, chicken fingers, or fish sticks it becomes a pain in the ass to clean. The basket is also really difficult to clean in the sink if you live in a condo and have a smaller sink.
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Mar 7, 2005
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I have the 6 qt and have been using it heavily as our oven hasn’t been working for a few months (warranty issues we are working through). While there are spots on the non stick tray which is fading the coating, it has held up well for us. The key is to let it sit in water and a bit of soap for a while.

We bought the new one but haven’t used it yet. Some observations. You can now switch between C/F temps. Seems a bit quieter. Basket has a square with rounded corners shape rather than round with two flat sides in the old one. Basket is deeper on newer. The wires on the additional cooking rack are really thin compared to previous.

The unit has surprised us in terms of what you can do with it. Croissants come out really nice, fries are great. Have been very satisfied with the previous and I’m hoping the newer one works just as well.
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Homer88 wrote: I had the 6 quart and it was great during the first two weeks. Afterwards the non stick coating comes off of the tray inside and unless you only make fries, chicken fingers, or fish sticks it becomes a pain in the ass to clean. The basket is also really difficult to clean in the sink if you live in a condo and have a smaller sink.
Silicone air fryer liners are the key to all of your life troubles. I ordered set of 4 on Amazon yesterday.
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