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[No Frills] Del Monte Mango Nectar, Tropicana Premium Juice $1.00 Each

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[No Frills] Del Monte Mango Nectar, Tropicana Premium Juice $1.00 Each

Del Monte Nectar or Tropicana Premium Juice $1.00 each.
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They sell for $1 often. Previous years the Del Monte nectar had a coupon for 25 cents around Chinese New Year but not this year.
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Not to bash the OP but general curiosity what is with all the normal sales being posted as special? Seems like there is a thread for every grocery staple. Somethings I can understand, if there is a large discount but stuff like this I don't.
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I can see why people say it's not a deal because it's a normal sale. But for me, it is a deal. I can go through 1 container a day. So I'm stocking up when it's $1. The Guave is my favourite. These juices are also a good source of vitamin C. The ingredients are pretty good compared to other similar beverage types. I also like the Mango.
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Yeah let's just post every single item from a flyer on here!
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MasterMK wrote: Del Monte Mango Nectar, Metro is selling it for $2.29 and No Frill is currently selling it for $1.00. That is as Saving of $1.29 and that translate into Saving of 129 Percent.

https://www.metro.ca/en/online-grocery/ ... nhEGTuSqvQ
You cannot compare a 'high' end grocery store and their regular pricing to a No Frills sale ad. How much is this product at No Frills regularly then you have a better starting point. Not to mention the product is often on sale at this price at No Frills.
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The $1 Tropicana is a ripoff. Half of the $1 items are specially made for the sale. Everyone just sees the $1 but they don't bother looking at the quantity you're getting. Buy 5 of these and
you've paid for a 2.5L jug.
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I was at a huge Dollar Store, they were selling Del Monte Nectar for $1.50, I can't guarantee expiry date on these product. But No Frill still comes out cheaper at $1.00.
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No frills been selling it at this price for the last 2 months at least. Good price but it's almost like their regular price.
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I have been buying Del Monte Mango Nectar from No Frill for past 2 months. Price has been reduced from previous price. Sale $1.00 flyer customer appreciation day.
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WMPCOT wrote: You cannot compare a 'high' end grocery store and their regular pricing to a No Frills sale ad. How much is this product at No Frills regularly then you have a better starting point. Not to mention the product is often on sale at this price at No Frills.
But why does it matter if it is high end store or not? We should be comparing just based on price.

It is like how we compare prices from Canada Computers vs Best Buy vs Amazon. Nobody ever comments on how nice the inside of the store is. We just want to know if the product is legit and if the price is legit. In the case of electronics warranty/exchanges factor in, but not for this food stuff.
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eugene188 wrote: But why does it matter if it is high end store or not? We should be comparing just based on price.

It is like how we compare prices from Canada Computers vs Best Buy vs Amazon. Nobody ever comments on how nice the inside of the store is. We just want to know if the product is legit and if the price is legit. In the case of electronics warranty/exchanges factor in, but not for this food stuff.
It matters because the prices are always higher there. Should people use the price from a gas station or corner store to make their deal look better?

Your analogy makes no sense, it has nothing to do with store decor. Compare apples to apples, the regular price of this item at No Frills isn't $2.29 its $1.67 so mentioning price from a high end store that is higher in price is doing so to give a false sense of savings.
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Ingredients: sugar, water, orange

I'd much rather buy an actual mango, cut it into halves and scoop out the fruit with a spoon.

Juice is not your friend.
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As humans become more and more health conscious, these juices have become junk food.
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brutal wrote: As humans become more and more health conscious, these juices have become junk food.
Waiting for the day where the whole isle is condensed into a couple of shelves. These things are junk to your body and the planet.
Uh, yeah, I'd like to speak to a Mr. Tabooger, first name Ollie.
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muffin4life wrote: Aren't these loaded with sugar?
Yep that is why I stopped buying it.

I need some juice for my green smoothie that have almost each day. I can't do water that is too hardcore for me.

I switched to the PC Pineapple juice what is usually a $1 as well as it at least has no added sugar and in and is 100% pineapple (no other fruits added).

They have Mango Juice as well but it has other fruits in it as well, but at least no sugar added.

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