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[Walmart] Cherries! $1.65 per pound!!!!!

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[Walmart] Cherries! $1.65 per pound!!!!!

Save a cent and head to Walmart for Cherries at $1.65 per pound!!!!!!
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I bought a bag from Walmart last week and they were pretty good. Guess I'll be stopping by to pick up some more.
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Bought 4 bags ($14 bucks worth) last week and am almost through them. All cherried out.

... but like a good RFDer, I will get more since the price is so good.
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Maple Ridge
Bought em, not bad
they were from Washington state.
Meanwhile local cherries are $2.99/lb :facepalm:
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Went and bought 2 cases = 16 bags = 60$ of cherries lol
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Dreamrider wrote:
Jul 12th, 2018 12:45 pm
Bought em, not bad
they were from Washington state.
Meanwhile local cherries are $2.99/lb :facepalm:
Picked up some at the Walmart in Vancouver yesterday (Grandview Hwy) and it was BC cherries in stock.
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well, time to pop my cherry for 2018 cherry season
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Damn, I still have 2 bags I bought last week when it was $1.66
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Guys take the pits out with a chopstick and freeze it put the cherry on a water bottle and push the pit out into the bottle and freeze the cherries I did 2 cases
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I was at No Frills yesterday. The cherries they had were Colossal in size and #1. Sweet as sugar.
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aerohead888 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2018 12:43 pm
Bought 4 bags ($14 bucks worth) last week and am almost through them. All cherried out.

... but like a good RFDer, I will get more since the price is so good.
Did you get diarrhea?
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The cherry sales have been getting cheaper and cheaper eating so many cherries the past couple weeks to the point I though thread title said Cherrios at $1.65 per pound....Face Savouring Delicious Food
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Dreamrider wrote:
Jul 12th, 2018 12:45 pm
Bought em, not bad
they were from Washington state.
Meanwhile local cherries are $2.99/lb :facepalm:
Id pay the 2.99 if they are farm fresh. Cherries have like a 24hr half life. So 2 days off the tree.... 1/4 the flavor remains.
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gbill2004 wrote:
Jul 12th, 2018 6:46 pm
Did you get diarrhea?
Didn't see it in the flyer. How much is that per pound?

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