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[No Frills] Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodle .47$ - 200 Optimum pts each

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[No Frills] Indomie Mi Goreng Instant Noodle .47$ - 200 Optimum pts each

Noticed a 200 optimum pt on the price tag, so effectively, it's .27$ each. For 3 flavours, regular, hot and spicy, and beef, which all they carry.
Bought 30 for 14.1$ and got 6000 pts back.

Not sure when it ends, quite possibly end of this weekly sales.
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Location please.. might not be nation wide or store special
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You can buy a box of 6x5 = 30 for $10 at TNT, which comes down to $0.30 each. However, the optimum point makes this a great deal!

By the way, it's impossible to go through 30 in a year. I still have a few from a box I got last year and my stomach feels a bit odd after eating 2 last week.

Edit: I box has 30, not 20.
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It is also available at Superstore out west.
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Anonymous_ wrote: Noticed a 200 optimum pt on the price tag, so effectively, it's .27$ each. For 3 flavours, regular, hot and spicy, and beef, which all they carry.
Bought 30 for 14.1$ and got 6000 pts back.

Not sure when it ends, quite possibly end of this weekly sales.
The "E:05/12/21" on price tag should indicate when it ends.
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Anonymous_ wrote: Noticed a 200 optimum pt on the price tag, so effectively, it's .27$ each. For 3 flavours, regular, hot and spicy, and beef, which all they carry.
Bought 30 for 14.1$ and got 6000 pts back.

Not sure when it ends, quite possibly end of this weekly sales.
Is it individual packets for $0.47, or 5 packets for $0.47?
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innacana wrote: Is it individual packets for $0.47, or 5 packets for $0.47?
Individual.
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Statistics101 wrote: You can buy a box of 6x5 = 30 for $10 at TNT, which comes down to $0.30 each. However, the optimum point makes this a great deal!

By the way, it's impossible to go through 30 in a year. I still have a few from a box I got last year and my stomach feels a bit odd after eating 2 last week.

Edit: I box has 30, not 20.
Impossible? I used to go through a box every 2 to 3 months. Super crazy unhealthy! Now I never buy a box as it's too dangerous for me to have around the house!

I recall a box was around the same price over a decade ago when I would buy them all the time. I'm surprised it's still so cheap.
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This stuff is addictive AF. Don't care for BBQ, Spicy, but normal and Curry (soup) are great, IMO.

Eventually you get used to the heat on the normal one, so I spruce mine up with a bit of garlic, chili oil, and pepper flakes.
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Indomie is great. I remember trying an Indomie burrito at one of their pop-up shops and it was great!
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innacana wrote: Is it individual packets for $0.47, or 5 packets for $0.47?
It's per pack. Each pack is 85 gr. The label says .55/100 gr
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$.25/Pack at Nations in Vaughan this week. I grabbed a bunch.
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They go on sale quite often for $1.50/5 pack so this is pretty much on par except you got to pay more now and get points (basically turning $ into credit). Depending on how often you shop at PCO locations, just waiting for a $1.50/sale might be better. I believe it is/was $1.50/5 this week at H-mart.
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Seriously? Isn't this basically how much no name instant noodles cost anyways?
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Perfect, I can have these for a few months to save up for my graphics card.
WeimarRepublic wrote: Seriously? Isn't this basically how much no name instant noodles cost anyways?
Don't ever compare these to no name noodles
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I'm at the no frills in Guelph and there's no points indicator. Maybe I'll drive to Vaughan!

Edit: the pc express app does show 200 points. Maybe they just haven't updated the price tag in store?
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cgg123321 wrote: Perfect, I can have these for a few months to save up for my graphics card.



Don't ever compare these to no name noodles
No name is the best of the cheap house brand IMO.
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Thundercloud wrote: No name is the best of the cheap house brand IMO.
Indomie noodles come with little oil packets as well as spice and flavour packets which make them better than no name, in my opinion. I like the spicy ones.
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tArflyNAtHoR wrote: Indomie noodles come with little oil packets as well as spice and flavour packets which make them better then no name, in my opinion. I like the spicy ones.
Shocking confession time: I never use the extra packets it comes with. I'm a weirdo picky eater and the smell of the oil alone turns me off; I just use the standard seasoning packet with a little butter. Is it actually a worthwhile addition?

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