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Eggs sale. $1.99 for 1 dozen. July 18 and July 19 sale. Ontario and Pharmaprix flyer

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[Shoppers Drug Mart] Eggs sale. $1.99 for 1 dozen. July 18 and July 19 sale. Ontario and Pharmaprix flyer

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I thought this was the normal price as eggs are used to draw people into the store.

If not, I'll take a pallet.
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jokerswild1 wrote: Are you selling these eggs?
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anthony9 wrote: I thought this was the normal price as eggs are used to draw people into the store.

If not, I'll take a pallet.
Used to be but I don’t think they’ve been this price since mid-March, pre “the sky is falling” days. Perhaps they will be back to this regularly now.
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$1.99 good price. They used to be under $2 in SDM weekend sales. But since the pandemic hit, they've gone up and the "sale" price had been $2.49, $2.59, or even higher.

Only in the last 2-3 weeks they've begin to be under $2 at times.

Go early on Sat. to make sure you get some. In some stores they run out in the afternoon.
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anthony9 wrote: I thought this was the normal price as eggs are used to draw people into the store.

If not, I'll take a pallet.
This is the lowest price around. They had them on sale for this 2 weeks ago along with butter and people were lined up 5 minutes after opening.
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If you could use more than a dozen, Metro has a 30 egg tray for $5, which is the same unit price. And not limited to Sat & Sun.
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wushudrew wrote: If you could use more than a dozen, Metro has a 30 egg tray for $5, which is the same unit price. And not limited to Sat & Sun.
I noticed that too, thanks for mentioning them! But I also noticed that those are supposedly medium eggs while these are supposed to be large. I was curious, so I checked the "large" no name eggs I have in the fridge and they're 6g of protein per egg while the metro ones (burnbrae at least) are also 6g of protein per egg. What gives?! I swear the large no name eggs used to be 7g/egg.
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I bought a tray of the Metro ones and they are indeed a bit smaller. I suppose the nutrition content is similar or at least within the margin of error of the labeling guidelines.

But hey, with 30 eggs if they're too small just make another one!
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Shoppers is having egg sales every week now? Last Saturday I picked up the Omega 3 eggs.
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Price of eggs have shot through the roof. Even the flat of 30 at Costco is $5.69. So OP's deal for large eggs is certainly good.

When the border was open, we would pick up large eggs sometimes as low as .59c US per dozen. Milk for a gallon was under $2.
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mrb92 wrote: This is the lowest price around. They had them on sale for this 2 weeks ago along with butter and people were lined up 5 minutes after opening.
Wrong. FreshCo 30pack $4.88 Ontario $4.77 B.C.
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beachlover wrote: Wrong. FreshCo 30pack $4.88 Ontario $4.77 B.C.
FreshCO flyer says Medium eggs. No thanks.
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IMHO, apart from Costco eggs, all these "large" and "extra large" eggs leave a LOT to be desired...
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StealthFinder wrote: Price of eggs have shot through the roof. Even the flat of 30 at Costco is $5.69. So OP's deal for large eggs is certainly good.

When the border was open, we would pick up large eggs sometimes as low as .59c US per dozen. Milk for a gallon was under $2.
it's $6.35 here in the GTA for the 30 eggs last time I was there a couple of weeks ago.

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