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[T&T Supermarket] Excellent prices on: Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts (2.99/lb) and Full Chicken Wings ($1.99/lb) - GTA - Fri, Sat, Sun

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[T&T Supermarket] Excellent prices on: Boneless/Skinless Chicken Breasts (2.99/lb) and Full Chicken Wings ($1.99/lb) - GTA - Fri, Sat, Sun

Very nice prices at T&T in GTA for Bonesless/Skinless Chicken Breasts ($2.99/lb) and Full Chicken Wings, not separated ($1.99/lb). Only Friday April 24 to Sunday April 26.

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Ottawa should be $3.29 and $2.29.
BC is $3.68 for wings and breasts not on sale (sorry BC).
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Wished the Asian Grocers would stop the Fri/Sat/Sun deals. Just run them for the week as the store is busy enough with their capacity limits that there are queue's outside. I don't even want to venture there on a w/end.
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gr8dlr wrote: Wished the Asian Grocers would stop the Fri/Sat/Sun deals. Just run them for the week as the store is busy enough with their capacity limits that there are queue's outside. I don't even want to venture there on a w/end.
They're all dead right now. Very little foot traffic.
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If anything, it's probably safer to go in T&T than a Loblaws.

Whatever. Anyway, I'm not a fan of the Fri-Sat-Sun sales either but it's hard to turn down these prices. I sense wings on the grill this weekend.
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I'm not Chinese but in almost every Chinese/Asian supermarkets I've been to these days in Toronto, they provide you a free pair of nylon gloves and hand sanitizer to wash your hands at the entrance, whereas I don't see those at non-Asian ones
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Hey the $1.99/lb wings are pretty decent. But their chicken breasts aren't actually that good I find.
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DiceMan wrote: If anything, it's probably safer to go in T&T than a Loblaws.

Whatever. Anyway, I'm not a fan of the Fri-Sat-Sun sales either but it's hard to turn down these prices. I sense wings on the grill this weekend.
T&T is loblaws owned anyways i think
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Lol, you people just love to argue about anything eh?

On topic, my post in the first page mentions the $1.68 deal of wings, even better that it is a whole week deal, not just weekend.

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I've been to T&T at Vaughan and Markham lately and they actually haven't been crazy busy. Often, I've seen lines at No Frills and Walmart,
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GiOBoY wrote: Are the chicken wings for $2/lb cheaper than @ costco?
Much cheaper. Costco is $10/kg but has no wing tips.
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tntdeal wrote: Much cheaper. Costco is $10/kg but has no wing tips.
is there a difference in quality?
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whatisbwana wrote: is there a difference in quality?
I've never tried Costco wings before but I'm told they may by bigger. In my opinion, though, there's no way they're two or three times bigger or better. The regular price of wings nowadays is ridiculous, being 4 or 5 bucks a pound. That's getting to breast pricing.
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whatisbwana wrote:
is there a difference in quality?
Haven't tried the T&T yet, too early for dinner today Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes

Probably not much difference in quality, except the tips have no meat.
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tntdeal wrote: Haven't tried the T&T yet, too early for dinner today Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes

Probably not much difference in quality, except the tips have no meat.
Agreed. Though I usually separate the whole wing - drum, flat, and tip and grill them all and nibbles on the tips.
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Brian79 wrote: I got a box of face masks at H-Mart on North Road two blocks south of Lougheed. It is a Korean grocery store and 99% of the people were wearing masks.
How much was the box

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