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Weed B Gon 1L concentrate - $24.99 (PM Opportunity)

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[TSC Stores] Weed B Gon 1L concentrate - $24.99 (PM Opportunity)

TSC has Weed B Gon 1L concentrate for $24.99. HOWEVER, Home Hardware has it on for 39.99 BUT there is a $10 off coupon in store which brings it down $10.

BUT Home Hardware Price Matches TSC STores so if you were to go to Home Hardware and Price Match Weed B Gon from TSC Stores and then they apply the $10 off coupon, it brings it down to $14.99 a Litre, for the concentrated form.
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Palm48 wrote: TSC has Weed B Gon 1L concentrate for $24.99. HOWEVER, Home Hardware has it on for 39.99 BUT there is a $10 off coupon in store which brings it down $10.

BUT Home Hardware Price Matches TSC STores so if you were to go to Home Hardware and Price Match Weed B Gon from TSC Stores and then they apply the $10 off coupon, it brings it down to $14.99 a Litre, for the concentrated form.
imho, does not work.
Save you money and pull the weeds.

Remove Weeds from the Root Perfectly Every Time


OP, RedFlagDeals does not put retailer and price in thread title automatically, you need to put it yourself.
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tk1000 wrote: imho, does not work.
Save you money and pull the weeds.

Remove Weeds from the Root Perfectly Every Time

OP, RedFlagDeals does not put retailer and price in thread title automatically, you need to put it yourself.
yes used the product for a couple of years and end up digging them up myself this year. neighbour introduce a hori hori knife and was excellent at getting the weed out..
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I used it for 2 seasons it works, you just have to put it on the root not the flowers and leaves.
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alanbrenton wrote: As I was spraying spectracide on the weeds this afternoon, I can't help but think of last year's thread that toward the end started discussing importation of the more potent week killer from amazon.com. :)

http://www.amazon.com/Spectracide-95834 ... pectracide
Wow.. I tapped into this post only hoping someone would help by referring to the older Amazon post.. Thanks I was looking for this but couldn't recall the name!!
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fizz1234 wrote: So this doesn't get flagged at customs ?
I would like to know as well. There's some reviews of it on the Amazon.ca website, but the price is $40.

I tried bringing a weed and feed across the border before and was told that I had to buy them separately and not as a combined product. This just seems like a weed killer, so it may be allowed.
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shutout wrote: I used it for 2 seasons it works, you just have to put it on the root not the flowers and leaves.
Yes, after you dig up the weed, you can apply this stuff to the root and it will die. :)
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Got mine no problem last year. If I recall correctly, it's only a provincial ban. Customs, being federal, probably doesn't care.
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alanbrenton wrote: As I was spraying spectracide on the weeds this afternoon, I can't help but think of last year's thread that toward the end started discussing importation of the more potent week killer from amazon.com. :)

http://www.amazon.com/Spectracide-95834 ... pectracide
Thanks for sharing the link. Been looking at bringing over some of that U.S. stuff that isn't sold in Ontario.

Anyone have tips on getting the shipping down? It's $9.77 and the product is only $6.47.
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stupidguy_101 wrote: Got mine no problem last year. If I recall correctly, it's only a provincial ban. Customs, being federal, probably doesn't care.
CUSTOMS ONLY ALLOW 500ML BOTTLES OR LESS. I tried to bring some in 3 weeks ago and he told me according to regulations only 500ml is allowed so i had to return it to the states.. :mad: There was a huge lineup
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poopipoopi wrote: CUSTOMS ONLY ALLOW 500ML BOTTLES OR LESS. I tried to bring some in 3 weeks ago and he told me according to regulations only 500ml is allowed so i had to return it to the states.. :mad: There was a huge lineup
I was asking about getting it shipped via Amazon not bringing it in myself :)
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ChiGGz wrote: Thanks for sharing the link. Been looking at bringing over some of that U.S. stuff that isn't sold in Ontario.

Anyone have tips on getting the shipping down? It's $9.77 and the product is only $6.47.
Probably splitting the cost with a friend but then it increases the risk of being flagged by customs though from the past thread I didn't see anyone complain about theirs getting stuck at customs and maybe a few ordered more than one bottle.

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