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Nellie’s Bulk Laundry Soda 500 Load $49.99

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[Costco] Nellie’s Bulk Laundry Soda 500 Load $49.99

Nellie’s Bulk Laundry Soda 500 Load
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Online Price64.99$
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Valid for orders placed 07/13/20 to 07/14/20.

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Does anyone know the price of the bigger one (1100 loads) when on sale?
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Colin0317 wrote: Does anyone know the price of the bigger one (1100 loads) when on sale?
For the past couple years, it goes on sale around March and October at 89.99. I think all time low was 79.99
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Is this or the larger one a better deal?
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Combined with cash back offer for using Costco mastercard July 13-14
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AzNCrAzYcOoLeR wrote: For the past couple years, it goes on sale around March and October at 89.99. I think all time low was 79.99
Right, I don't think it will ever go back to 79.99$. The past few March/October sales have been at 89.99$.
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DealCanuck wrote: Is this or the larger one a better deal?
The 500 load package is just slightly a better deal right now, though both it and the 1100 load bucket come out to close to 10 cents per load. The 1100 load bucket come out to around 8 cents per load if/when it goes on sale for 89.99$.
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Wondering if I should restock the Nellie's or try Pink solution this time around.

Thanks OP!
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dhomas wrote: The 500 load package is just slightly a better deal right now, though both it and the 1100 load bucket come out to close to 10 cents per load. The 1100 load bucket come out to around 8 cents per load if/when it goes on sale for 89.99$.


Best wait for the giant tub then, 3 years and counting probably have 6 months left
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Great option for people who don't have room for an 1100 load bucket in their home.
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What's the difference between this one and the cheaper Arm and Hammer one which sells for roughly $2 per kg ?
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For all you Homebrewers out there, mix 1 part of this Nellie's with 2 parts of Oxiclean Free Versatile , and you'll have a very close (and much cheaper) replacement for PBW. Been using this for the last few years, and it works great. I've also read that the "Free" version of the Oxiclean isn't absolutely necessary as people have noted that the perfume smell does not stick around, but I prefer to keep using the "Free" one anyway. Bonus with the non-free is that I believe you can buy it in bulk from Costco as well for cheaper.
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Aug 4, 2008
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It is also super concentrated, so only one tablespoon per wash is needed.
Can anyone confirm this? Seems a bit little for a full load of laundry.
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Soul~ wrote: Can anyone confirm this? Seems a bit little for a full load of laundry.
We use two tablespoons per load. Just finished one of the 1100 tubs after 3 years.
We're happy with this stuff.
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Aug 14, 2012
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Thanks OP! Bought a tub 29 days ago. Just in time for a price match Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Mar 28, 2008
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Isn't this basically Sodium Carbonate? Why so expensive?
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The Costco Business Centre sells the 1100 load bucket. It was on sale for $79.99 when the online price was $89.99 back in March.
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ngold wrote: Isn't this basically Sodium Carbonate? Why so expensive?
Marketing lol. The bucket it comes in costs them more than whats in it. I would never subject my clothes to this formula. Why cheap out on detergent with nice clothes
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MisterTeee wrote: Wondering if I should restock the Nellie's or try Pink solution this time around.

Thanks OP!
Anyone have experience of Nellie's versus Pink solution? About the pull the trigger so bumping. Tia!
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dargydoof wrote: Marketing lol. The bucket it comes in costs them more than whats in it. I would never subject my clothes to this formula. Why cheap out on detergent with nice clothes
There's only 4 ingredients in Nellie's and you are not "subjecting" your clothes to anything bad or cheaping out. Looks like you're the one falling for the marketing...

I'll take the lack of SLS, SLES, phosphates, chlorine, fragrance, and solid synthetics over any other crap - and support a local Canadian business too!

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