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[Metro] Chicken Breasts $2.44/lb August 22-28, 2019 (Ontario)

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[Metro] Chicken Breasts $2.44/lb August 22-28, 2019 (Ontario)

Metro (Ontario)
August 22-28, 2019

Split chicken breasts (fresh) $2.44/lb ($5.38/kg)
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Also at Metro Haagen-Dazs tubs and bars for $3.99
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Expect my sh*tty No Frills will deny a price match on chicken because their label won't say "split"
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Kfox wrote: Expect my sh*tty No Frills will deny a price match on chicken because their label won't say "split"
That would be silly because if they do that, chances are increased that will purchase nothhing at No Frills since they would be forcing you to go to Metro to get the chicken anyway. The Maple Leaf brand, Farmer's Market, or "Your Fresh Market" (in the case of Walmart) are favorite reasons for denying price match - as if there's any substantial differemce. They give many things a private label name only for price matching denial purposes when the products are largely generic.
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computergeek541 wrote: That would be silly because if they do that, chances are increased that will purchase nothhing at No Frills since they would be forcing you to go to Metro to get the chicken anyway. The Maple Leaf brand, Farmer's Market, or "Your Fresh Market" (in the case of Walmart) are favorite reasons for denying price match - as if there's any substantial differemce. They give many things a private label name only for price matching denial purposes when the products are largely generic.
They don't care-- if you're attempting a price match you're in the store and likely spending money
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this may be an odd question, but what does ''split chicken breast'' mean?
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Oh man this is amazing. Saving any money on chicken breasts is worth it at the rate I consume weekly. Its moreso of eating to maintain muscle mass vs eating for enjoyment/pleasure.
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When I saw this post, I was thinking that it’s a good time to start eating healthy & lose some extra pounds.

And then, someone post about the ice cream deal....

Well, I guess that diet can wait a little. I’ll get the chicken and chase it with ice cream.... lol. >oD
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