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[Fresh Co] $5.99 Highliner Signature or Pan Sear FISH 500-750g (Thurs.-Sun.) YMMV FIRST ITEM ON THE FIRST PAGE OF THE FLYER!

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[Fresh Co] $5.99 Highliner Signature or Pan Sear FISH 500-750g (Thurs.-Sun.) YMMV FIRST ITEM ON THE FIRST PAGE OF THE FLYER!

Selected varieties such as Wild Pacific Salmon and Wild Caught Haddock
Limit of 4.
After 4 day sale: $6.99

Edit: This thread is hilarious. To those pointing out the title, it was noted down word for word as it was published by FreshCo in their flyer. For the folks going through the groceries category and haven't heard of the Highliner frozen fish products, and to the others with serious OCD, hope it is now CLEAR as day for ya! Geez Louise.

They also have Rocchi Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1L for $3.99 (While supplies last).
Last edited by Strafe1 on Feb 28th, 2020 6:36 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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Highliner High Liner makes frozen fish and seafood products. Not eyeliner. Not coffee. Frozen fishy stuff. This thread is in the Groceries category (seen if viewing from desktop), so the thread is not about trains. Or jackets.
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Good price for these and the quality is good.

I'm in for sure!
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Thanks OP...pretty clear to me.
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Decent price. I stopped buying these unless on sale for $7 or less ever since they cut back the weight of the Signature and Pub Classic fillets....was 600g, now 500g AND jacked up the price---regular price of $13 for 500g of bland frozen breaded haddock? Yeah, sure High Liner.
The PC Blue Menu Scottish Haddock tastes way better, worth the $11 for 600g that No frills charges.
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Kfox wrote: Decent price. I stopped buying these unless on sale for $7 or less ever since they cut back the weight of the Signature and Pub Classic fillets....was 600g, now 500g AND jacked up the price---regular price of $13 for 500g of bland frozen breaded haddock? Yeah, sure High Liner.
The PC Blue Menu Scottish Haddock tastes way better, worth the $11 for 600g that No frills charges.
So are you going to pick some up? It's $5.99, 500-750g. Are they good?
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What's product of?

A while back, I saw Captain Highliner Salmon - Product of China. Since then, I haven't looked at this brand.
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Thanks OP! We're fans of the Highliner Pan Sear products - - they're the best, least screwed with frozen fish products that Highliner makes and this is the best price I've ever seen on them.
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sharkhead wrote: So are you going to pick some up? It's $5.99, 500-750g. Are they good?
yeah I might price match a box or two at No Frills....good to have in the freezer for a quick, convenient fish dinner, but not worth more than $7 box
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also good deal on Brunswick sardines 88 cents a tin, all week
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YMMV.
I found these $2 off peel-off coupons stuck to some boxes while price matching at Superstore.

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This thread is awesome. So glad I had the pleasure of reading it.

Good job OP!

People on the www have way too much time on their hands.
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Strafe1 wrote: Selected varieties.
Limit of 4.
After 4 day sale: $6.99

They also have Rocchi Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1L at $3.99 through to Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (While supplies last).
Thanked, will grab a bunch!
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Ymmv but some of the highliner boxes have a peel off coupon for an additional $2 off bringing the pre-tax total to $3.99.
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Good deal, I like the lightly breaded haddock ones.
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Not that anyone reads the thread summary...but I put it in there for anyone else who isn't familiar with the captain.

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