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Larry The Liquidator Surprise Box (Free In-Store Pickup) - $19.99

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Larry The Liquidator Surprise Box (Free In-Store Pickup) - $19.99

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https://www.larrytheliquidator.ca/produ ... rprise-box

Larry The Liquidator Surprise Box

Never know what you'll get... "Retail price ranges $100+" probably Amazon returns

I picked one up before, had an open box $100 Conair professional hair curler in mine, definitely was worth it

Free In-Store Pickup, closest location for me was Vic park scarborough. Larry's is great, if anyone remembers that Sous Vide thread

also 25 cent mayochup. says expired already in april, but if left in the cold they last for another year or two
https://www.larrytheliquidator.ca/produ ... auce-560ml

locations:
https://www.larrytheliquidator.ca/pages/locations

https://www.facebook.com/LTLiquidator
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Get your flame retardant suit on OP...
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I love bargains as much as anyone but you RFDer's take it to the next level, expired condiments Face With Tears Of JoyFace With Tears Of Joy

Gotta love the dedication!
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Well I ordered one. I'll report back this weekend what I got if it arrives by then
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So is this a single-person business in GTA basically reselling customer returns from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, and other businesses?
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GUYS DO NOT BUY THESE!!!

Me and the s/o have bought them for the last 2 rounds. Half the stuff they give you is things they already sell at Larry's. The past 2 times they advertised them as 'Amazon' surprise bags. 2x we got items that were the same thing (Bed and bath Hand soap, and incense sticks). We then made an uproar because they advertised as 'amazon refunds and returns', but these were items they were liquidating and sold under false advertisement.

NOW they changed the description to include their products, but deleted all the bad reviews from the old listing because everyone posted their items and everyone had the same stuff!!


Now that being said we did get things that were beyond what we payed for. We spent $140 in total ($40 the first time, $100 the second- they were $10 each at the time) and got items worth $500-$600 in total.

We got items like Hand Soap, Argen Oil, Vinyl Records, Security Webcam, Diablo art book, scarfs, atlanta falcons touque, 3x Hair curlers (These were around $60-80 each), body lotion, 4x Incense sticks, extension cords, rosetta stone 1 year subscription, some romanian language dvd, star wars battlefront 2 PC, and some other stuff.
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If anyone wants to send me money, I can send you random things from amazon that i don't use anymore. Let me know!
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Hmm is this accurate of the shopping experience?
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dtvibe wrote: [...]

Now that being said we did get things that were beyond what we payed for. We spent $140 in total ($40 the first time, $100 the second- they were $10 each at the time) and got items worth $500-$600 in total.

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well you spent $140 bought 14 boxes but got $500-$600 in items... still coming out winning, no?

I do remember when they did say on Facebook and the product page that they were only Amazon returns though so thats a little scummy
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I don't know if he is supporting it or against it.
ManCaveGamer wrote: well you spent $140 bought 14 boxes but got $500-$600 in items... still coming out winning, no?
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ManCaveGamer wrote: well you spent $140 bought 14 boxes but got $500-$600 in items... still coming out winning, no?
They sunk $140 on an obvious liquidation trick. They ain't winning lol.

The merchant is up $140 and sold some merchandise that nobody else would have bought. OP spent $140 on supposedly $500 of things that they probably weren't looking for anyway.

And OP wouldn't have been able to offload whatever is in those boxes. At least not without some serious hassle and wasted time on Facebook marketplace. You're getting what a professional liquidator couldn't get rid of.
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ManCaveGamer wrote: well you spent $140 bought 14 boxes but got $500-$600 in items... still coming out winning, no?
There's a world of difference between "worth" and "MSRP"

If you wouldn't spend $80 on a used hairdryer than it's probably not "worth" $600
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Gambling for more or "loot Boxes"/kinder Eggs; people like surprises.
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This is like "Storage Wars", only you don't get to bid on the item. It's reality TV show level silliness playing out in real time. Every single $20 package sold could be absolute shit, and there's no way to know that everyone got suckered.

To do this for a charity fundraiser is one thing (I have participated in such events), with the purpose being to raise money for the charity. You never expect to get something useful or valuable, and if you do, well, it's a nice surprise. It's entirely another thing to gamble $20 on something sight unseen from a for profit "retailer".
Remember, the House always wins, and P.T. Barnum was right.
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caxt3378 wrote: I don't know if he is supporting it or against it.
From what I read he got a bunch of random junk which may or may not be useful. Rather save up for decent items one needs and not get into this garbage scheme. I am surprised they can sell expired food item, is there no law against this in Canada?

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