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2 Cases of 24 Beer for $59.98 Minus $15 off Your Grocery Bill

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[Maxi] 2 Cases of 24 Beer for $59.98 Minus $15 off Your Grocery Bill

Maxi has this special every 3 months or so. It is a great deal for the beer lovers out there.

If you get 2 cases of 24 beer of the following brands at $29.99 each:
Corona
Budweiser
Bud Light
Stella Artois

they will take $15 off of your grocery bill. The usual restrictions apply (tobacco products, lottery tickets, etc.)

This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.

Cheers!
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I HATE living in Ontario!
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willdacanucker wrote: I HATE living in Ontario!
Yet we keep voting liberal who continue to sin tax the crap out of us... I miss the buck a beer days...
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herrdude wrote: This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.
That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
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Super_Chicken wrote:
herrdude wrote: This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.
That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
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You still have to buy 15$ worth of groceries except alcohol products, milk, tobacco products, lottery tickets, gift crates, medicines, cleaners, gasoline, postal services
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lockec wrote:
willdacanucker wrote: I HATE living in Ontario!
Yet we keep voting liberal who continue to sin tax the crap out of us... I miss the buck a beer days...
To add to this. My go to used to be a 24 of PC Low Carb cans. It was $33.95 forever. I go into the beer store last week and the price is now $39.95. There is zero chance I am paying $40 for a 24 of lower tier "budget" beers.
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Oh my! lineups might be bad. They also have their "no taxes" sale on eligible items this Saturday....excludes alcohol though...
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eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote:
herrdude wrote: This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.
That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
You shouldn't include the deposit because you get it back and as for the taxes I can imagine you pay then as well in Ontario.
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eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote:
herrdude wrote: This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.
That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
tax is probaly on 59.98 $, so 9 $. 54 $ total or 1,125$/beer (1,225 $ with deposit.)
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tomguy1160 wrote: You still have to buy 15$ worth of groceries except alcohol products, milk, tobacco products, lottery tickets, gift crates, medicines, cleaners, gasoline, postal services
Most people need and buy groceries anyways. :)
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willdacanucker wrote:
lockec wrote:
willdacanucker wrote: I HATE living in Ontario!
Yet we keep voting liberal who continue to sin tax the crap out of us... I miss the buck a beer days...
To add to this. My go to used to be a 24 of PC Low Carb cans. It was $33.95 forever. I go into the beer store last week and the price is now $39.95. There is zero chance I am paying $40 for a 24 of lower tier "budget" beers.
I hear ya, it's crazy how it's slipped up to $40 a case for budget beers. Don't hear much complaints on the radio or anything either, wish it was more of an election issue! The current government is so money hungry they are driving up the cost of everything bit by bit, everything from utility bills to booze!
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Whoa. In Saskatchewan at the gov't ran liquor stores (which are the cheapest) it's like 30-35 dollars for 15 of any beer
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eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote:
herrdude wrote: This brings the total to $44.98 for 48 beer (before taxes and deposit). This is a fantastic deal especially for Stella or Corona.
That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
herrdude wrote:
eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote: That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
You shouldn't include the deposit because you get it back and as for the taxes I can imagine you pay then as well in Ontario.
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eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote:

That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
tax is probaly on 59.98 $, so 9 $. 54 $ total or 1,125$/beer (1,225 $ with deposit.)
Yes, that's a good point that tax is on the full price.

In Ontario, tax and deposit is already included in the advertised price. Also, I never get the deposit back so it's just an extra cost for me. I'd imagine a lot of people are in the same boat.
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If you're really a beer lover you'd find none of those drinkable.
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LukieC wrote: If you're really a beer lover you'd find none of those drinkable.
Nothing wrong with Stella.
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eiad77 wrote:
eiad77 wrote:
Super_Chicken wrote:

That's half the price of what it costs in Ontario, that's insane...
I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
herrdude wrote:
eiad77 wrote:

I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
You shouldn't include the deposit because you get it back and as for the taxes I can imagine you pay then as well in Ontario.
sr79 wrote:
eiad77 wrote:

I believe that the deposit is $4.80 and the tax is $6.75, so it's cheaper but not quite half. Someone might have more accurate number than I do.
tax is probaly on 59.98 $, so 9 $. 54 $ total or 1,125$/beer (1,225 $ with deposit.)
Yes, that's a good point that tax is on the full price.

In Ontario, tax and deposit is already included in the advertised price. Also, I never get the deposit back so it's just an extra cost for me. I'd imagine a lot of people are in the same boat.
In Quebec, they take empties at the point of sale. So, it takes very little effort to get your deposit back.
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herrdude wrote:

In Quebec, they take empties at the point of sale. So, it takes very little effort to get your deposit back.
Dalton McGinty (Kathleen Wynne's Liberals) made a deal with the Beer Store to take empties from the LCBO. And then added a deposit to every bottle and container in the LCBO. Not many people realised how significant this move was. It completely entrenched the beer store monopoly, at the same time raised the sin tax.
If I robbed the place I would be out by now....

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