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[No Frills] Nestle chocolate .05/piece

No frills has buy $20.00 of Nestle chocolate and candy get 10,000 points. Price match boxes of 50 pieces with walmart for 4.94 and a single nestle chocolate bar with food basics for $.88 to pass $20 mark
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Good luck finding any product, both No Frills in my area have been cleaned out completely since Thursday.

Nonetheless great deal though
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In Burlington let alone the offer , candies are not available in any stores.
We went to Walmart, No Frills, SDM and Rexall.
None had a single box of any Candy or Chips bags in stock by 4 pm today
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Nov 17, 2020
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And good luck finding the Box of 50 at No Frills. The No-Frills that I've been to only had the Box of 65 which none of the other retailers had in their flyer.
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Jun 18, 2017
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Yep doesn’t look like there will be any cheap candy sale tomorrow. Went to 4 Walmarts, 3 superstores and 3 shoppers and not one box of anything left and this was between 11 and 1pm. Guess I’ll be sitting the dark tonight, no candy to give out.
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Nov 9, 2005
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What's with the candy shortage? Are people going all out this year to give out candy?
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Sep 9, 2007
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cute_honey wrote: What's with the candy shortage? Are people going all out this year to give out candy?
The children are coming in record numbers this year, as last year crowd was less due to covid concerns.
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Retailers are smart not to over order and then face markdowns.
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carmaster wrote: Retailers are smart not to over order and then face markdowns.
Except the manufacture is paying for a majority of the markdown; little loss to the retailer.
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Kasakato wrote: Except the manufacture is paying for a majority of the markdown; little loss to the retailer.
Ya that's where the manufacturers don't want to over ship the product as well. So it's a cat and mouse game.
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carmaster wrote: Ya that's where the manufacturers don't want to over ship the product as well. So it's a cat and mouse game.
Margins are typically large enough that even 50% of cost...still means you're at least breaking even.
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I still do believe that not as much of them are being shipped to the stores as before, 'cause I remember there'd be shelves full of clearance candy and now those sales seem to start earlier (Today, even), and very little merchandise on the shelves. I'm planning to see what's good at a local, and rarely visited, Walmart in a rural area nearby, to see what they have, as with annual tradition.
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Why didn't you post this earlier? The PC Points deal ends today....really in a couple of hours
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Good luck getting price match, had them say they don't do it while they have a sign saying "We price match!" on their plexiglass
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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 if you don't pay workers, duh.

Bunch of hypocrites who wouldn't want to be slaves themselves but will gladly take advantage of it and support it.
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and you can use $2 coupon from RCSS to bring the price lower. It is still 10K points for $20 pre-coupon but you have to make sure your receipt total is more than $20 as well.
Save a lot but end up spending more :confused:

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