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$9.99 Nestle Minis 100pk PC Optimum Members / Cadbury 90pk (Oct.14 - 20)

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[Loblaws] $9.99 Nestle Minis 100pk PC Optimum Members / Cadbury 90pk (Oct.14 - 20)

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The Cadbury 90pk is also $9.99.

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~$.10 a piece for nestle...sounds good. Op thanked
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How do I become a member? Or is it just my PC points card?
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bubbasingh1 wrote: How do I become a member? Or is it just my PC points card?
Just scan your pc card at checkpoint, the price will adjust.
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Mar 24, 2010
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Mr. Robo wrote: Just scan your pc card at checkpoint, the price will adjust.
Do you know how this works if you have a PC Mastercard linked to PC points? Since you only use the MasterCard at payment time I have to assume it doesn't work and you need to scan the points card first.
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ElDudeorino wrote: Do you know how this works if you have a PC Mastercard linked to PC points? Since you only use the MasterCard at payment time I have to assume it doesn't work and you need to scan the points card first.
You can select PC Optimum Card / PC Mastercard at the start of the transaction.. it will prompt you to swipe/tap your Mastercard.

Ron.
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Here's the tally from the box I bought today:

- Expiry date: 2022 JN 14
- 27 Smarties
- 26 Kit Kat
- 25 Aero
- 21 Coffee Crisp

Only 99 pieces, and Coffee Crisp is my favorite, so of course they gave me only 21 of those.
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Sep 10, 2008
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Can't see the weight of the 100pk. Weight of the 90pk is 1kg. Not a terrible price, but not great either. $0.01/g for chocolate is middle of the road.
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loblaws or RCSS as well ?
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Rob_EV wrote: Can't see the weight of the 100pk. Weight of the 90pk is 1kg. Not a terrible price, but not great either. $0.01/g for chocolate is middle of the road.
It’s not all chocolate either. There’s wafer that decreases the cost performance ratio. If you’re a chocolate lover, there are better alternatives.
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If you're not giving them out for Halloween, these are perfect bite size for an afternoon sugar fix.

So...100 pieces at one per day, should last 100 days, right? Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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blindemboss wrote: If you're not giving them out for Halloween, these are perfect bite size for an afternoon sugar fix.

So...100 pieces at one per day, should last 100 days, right? Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
It depends on if you can limit one per day.
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gshrfd wrote: It depends on if you can limit one per day.
I'll think about that while I sit here and eat this entire bag of chips just because there's still more of them.
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FYI nestle straight up supports and uses slavery. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3% ... criticisms

"Nestle says chocolate slavery reporting requirements could cost customers"
https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal ... 4zy5l.html

You gotta draw the line between a hot deal and supporting slavery. Yeah, it's cheap because you don't need to pay workers much, duh.

vanhalen26 tried to hide it too; probably supports slavery himself.
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syuzh wrote: FYI nestle straight up supports and uses slavery. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3% ... criticisms

"Nestle says chocolate slavery reporting requirements could cost customers"
https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal ... 4zy5l.html

You gotta draw the line between a hot deal and supporting slavery. Yeah, it's cheap because you don't need to pay workers much, duh.

vanhalen26 tried to hide it too; probably supports slavery himself.
We are all slaves in a sense.
“We are captives of our own identities, living in prisons of our own creation.” T-Bag
I think buying chocolate does not mean someone support slavery. It just mean we choose to ignore it. It is just like how we choose to ignore a lot of other things in life to keep us sane. It is not either or.
For example, eating junk food (eg chocolate) is bad for us, but we choose to ignore that fact and continue to eat.
Anyhow, I think $9.99 is a good price. I got a pack yesterday and am thinking to get one more today. Limiting 1 per day is hard. Heck, l am not even sure I can limit to 10 per day. Crying Face
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If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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syuzh wrote: FYI nestle straight up supports and uses slavery. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3% ... criticisms

"Nestle says chocolate slavery reporting requirements could cost customers"
https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal ... 4zy5l.html

You gotta draw the line between a hot deal and supporting slavery. Yeah, it's cheap because you don't need to pay workers much, duh.

vanhalen26 tried to hide it too; probably supports slavery himself.
Come on. Seriously?
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Picked up a Cadbury 90pk today:

- Expiry Date: 2022 MA 27
- 31 Caramilk
- 24 Crispy Crunch
- 20 Wunderbar
- 19 Mr.Big

94 pieces in total, but way too many of them are Caramilk.

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