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[Poppa Corn] Weaver Naks Pak for 8oz Popper - $20/case Local Pickup

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[Poppa Corn] Weaver Naks Pak for 8oz Popper - $20/case Local Pickup

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20
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62% OFF
Just got an email for 50% off popcorn bags (code POPPACUPS) that expires tomorrow. But I came across Poppa Corn Weaver Naks Pak for 8oz Popper - $20/case. These taste amazing and I've been hooked on them for years!


Amazon has it on sale for $39 with Prime Delivery:

https://www.amazon.ca/NAKS-Popcorn-Port ... 7352713011

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Is this a good size for a Whirely pop kettle?

Update - "The promotional code you entered is not recognized" - too bad.
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25 dollar shipping kinda kill it, unless free pick up at Mississauga or Ottawa
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do any in store retailers carry their products? The shipping costs often kill the deals from their site and I'm not in GTA for pick up.

Or alternatively can anyone suggest the best place to buy large quantities of kernels in store?
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shazaam! wrote: do any in store retailers carry their products? The shipping costs often kill the deals from their site and I'm not in GTA for pick up.

Or alternatively can anyone suggest the best place to buy large quantities of kernels in store?
Best price would be Costco when in stock.
Or, no-frills depends on your local store availability
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2. Don’t buy because it’s cheap. Buy it when needed or it brings convenience/happiness/better quality in life
3. Buy now think (regret/return) later
4. If the gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!
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Don't you need a big popcorn maker to use these bags? I just have a Orville Presto one.
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anshiren wrote: Best price would be Costco when in stock.
Or, no-frills depends on your local store availability
Thanks. Yeah I believe no frills is where I bought it most recently. I've never seen them at costco, do you know where they keep it when it's in stock? By the boxes of microwave popcorn I imagine?
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anshiren wrote: Best price would be Costco when in stock.
Or, no-frills depends on your local store availability
Costco Business Centre carries huge bulk bags at better price than regular Costco Jugs per KG. I've seen at no-frills/bulk barn, but not crazy about buying exposed food these days. Pre packaged everything :)
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GTA2020 wrote: Costco Business Centre carries huge bulk bags at better price than regular Costco Jugs per KG. I've seen at no-frills/bulk barn, but not crazy about buying exposed food these days. Pre packaged everything :)
Yeah I heard they were at the business centre, unfortunately those are just as out of reach as the poppa corn pickup location. Agreed though, I'm not buying anything in bulk these days.
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beezus888 wrote: Don't you need a big popcorn maker to use these bags? I just have a Orville Presto one.
They're meant for bigger poppers, but honestly, I just go old school and use a Pot on the stove. It's really not that complicated. You just heat the pot, pour everything in and mix the salt/oil/kernels. Close the pot, wait 2 minutes and you'll be popping. Needs some skill set to move away from heat once you hear the popping almost stopping or pot is full. If you're popping more then one batch, second batch will probably take you less then 2 minutes. Kids love the show too :)
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Too bad they have such a high min for free shipping - $500 ? ? shipping is cost prohibitive for this vendor.
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ben35 wrote: Too bad they have such a high min for free shipping - $500 ? ? shipping is cost prohibitive for this vendor.
I agree, unless you're stocking up, shipping kills the deal for one case! Luckily I'm local and worth the drive pickup :)
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The the title for this should add - 'only for local pickup', AND the coupon looks like its for local pickup only, the amazon reference is misleading.
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The coupon code is just for the popcorn bags and cups and it works.... Updated Title
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Very true, you really should be putting the right amount of corn in. Curious how you go about splitting the salt? I usually push it all to the corner and put a small cut to bring it all out. It tastes similar to the flavacol, but I find it has a little more butter flavour? I prefer the red carton flavacol taste.
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In for a restock of nakspaks and the small bags! Thanks op!

Kids been having lots of freshly popped popcorn daily after online school!! Way happier with them having the healthier option of popcorn over chips!
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GTA2020 wrote: They're meant for bigger poppers, but honestly, I just go old school and use a Pot on the stove. It's really not that complicated. You just heat the pot, pour everything in and mix the salt/oil/kernels. Close the pot, wait 2 minutes and you'll be popping. Needs some skill set to move away from heat once you hear the popping almost stopping or pot is full. If you're popping more then one batch, second batch will probably take you less then 2 minutes. Kids love the show too :)
I have a large stockpot. I just miss movie theater popcorn so this for $20 is worth it I think. Thanks OP!
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shazaam! wrote:
Thanks. Yeah I believe no frills is where I bought it most recently. I've never seen them at costco, do you know where they keep it when it's in stock? By the boxes of microwave popcorn I imagine?
Yes boxes of microwaveable ones are always in stock either Kirkland or Orville ones

When I say in stock I mean below:
https://www.costco.ca/orville-redenbach ... 38523.html (online or business center as someone mentioned)
Or this, when in stock (haven’t seen it in stock for quite a while) https://west.cocowest1.ca/uploads/2018/ ... 24x768.jpg
1. Buy cheap, buy twice
2. Don’t buy because it’s cheap. Buy it when needed or it brings convenience/happiness/better quality in life
3. Buy now think (regret/return) later
4. If the gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!

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