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[Wholesale Club] Neilson Butter or Lactantia Butter 454g $3.47

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[Wholesale Club] Neilson Butter or Lactantia Butter 454g $3.47

Wholesale Club (East) is selling Neilson butter for $3.47. Limit of 40 per customer.

Wholesale Club (West) is selling Lactantia butter for the same price.

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The Toronto - Rogers Rd. store permanently closed in March... yet the idiots haven't updated their website - it's still shows it on the "store locator" map.

I mean they're not some rinky-dink-shop... they are owned by Loblaw! You'd think they'd be a bit more on-the-ball when it comes to keeping their web presence up-to-date!
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I'm wondering if Real Canadian Superstore can price match with Wholesale Club. Would really like to know if anyone has tried it out.
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I did a price match at the Surrey location on King George.
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GeneralStore wrote: I'm wondering if Real Canadian Superstore can price match with Wholesale Club. Would really like to know if anyone has tried it out.
My experience has been no
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Wasn't butter just $2.99 ? And if you buy at SDM on 20x points days when it's on sale at $3.49, it's effectively $2.45
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GeneralStore wrote: I'm wondering if Real Canadian Superstore can price match with Wholesale Club. Would really like to know if anyone has tried it out.
Depends upon the location. The one near my house price matches as we have a wholesale club within I would say 1 km of the rcss.
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They were $2.99 at different stores. And most people don't need to go to one of those few locations to buy up to 40 at a time.
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Decent price for East End where Costco butter is now at 4.25
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That's a good price for butter, especially in the West. I'll be picking up a few blocks this week.
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GeneralStore wrote: I'm wondering if Real Canadian Superstore can price match with Wholesale Club. Would really like to know if anyone has tried it out.
Tends to be a YMMV scenario. As far as I know neither Oshawa RCSS for example would price match even though there is a Wholesale Club in Whitby. Honestly I miss the days when Walmart would price match any store provided they had a location in Ontario (granted some stores didn't know their policy).

I've still never gone to Wholesale Club. I've wanted to for well over a year now, but just never did. They had a few different products in their flyers that interested me.
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venividivici wrote: Tends to be a YMMV scenario. As far as I know neither Oshawa RCSS for example would price match even though there is a Wholesale Club in Whitby. Honestly I miss the days when Walmart would price match any store provided they had a location in Ontario (granted some stores didn't know their policy).

I've still never gone to Wholesale Club. I've wanted to for well over a year now, but just never did. They had a few different products in their flyers that interested me.
Totally agree with you. It was nice to price match at Walmart, especially when they were more lenient with their store policies. Now they are pretty strict.
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Thanks OP.
Picked up 4 lbs with PM at Save on Foods in BC.
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GeneralStore wrote: Totally agree with you. It was nice to price match at Walmart, especially when they were more lenient with their store policies. Now they are pretty strict.
Yeah. I loved being able to price match using Bluesky for some meat products. Although then Walmart started ensuring they put "Maple Leaf" on their chicken and some pork products and unless you got lucky with a cashier who didn't know they wouldn't honour it. At least Walmart doesn't seem to have limits (2 or 4 items like Freshco or No Frills). Although I hate going in and seeing people who clearly own stores clearing the shelves of all the pop when it is on sale, especially the diet stuff.

Still a good price for butter even if it is $0.50 more than the usual sale price. Not sure if butter has been an item that is hard to find these days or not. I'm still using the Kirkland sweet cream butter I got when I was in Ohio when the world went into lockdown.

My other gripe with Walmart is my local store has been getting rid of so many products I purchased. Either they get rid of certain flavours/varieties, replace name brands with their store brand, or they just never had the product in stock. I digress though.
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It’s not great. Prices are higher than no frills/RCSS. No wholesale deals here.
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I don't understand why some people are saying butter is cheaper recently when they don't tell me which brand it was, which store, and which province. People are saying that multiple retailers offered it, yet no one has posted about this deal at all. This is offered across the country, so clearly pricing will be different. What might be a weekly deal in Toronto may not be available in Vancouver or Halifax.

It's clear that some people have been able to benefit from this deal in the West, so I'm glad it's worked out for them. If it's not a great deal for you, that's fine. I only wanted to share it with people whom might need butter. If you can find a better deal that is currently available, please post it here.
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beachlover wrote: Wasn't butter just $2.99 ? And if you buy at SDM on 20x points days when it's on sale at $3.49, it's effectively $2.45
Not anymore. Butter is more expensive recently.
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stovetop wrote: Thanks OP.
Picked up 4 lbs with PM at Save on Foods in BC.
I did not know Save on price match. Good to know.
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I meant to quote the person who said that they have never been to Wholesale Club and have wanted to go. I didn’t mean the OP deal.

Arias1619 wrote: It’s not great. Prices are higher than no frills/RCSS. No wholesale deals here.
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beachlover wrote: And if you buy at SDM on 20x points days when it's on sale at $3.49, it's effectively $2.45
ttoommyy wrote: Not anymore. Butter is more expensive recently.
The idea isn't that if a product isn't on sale one out of the four weeks it usually is. That then that off week, this somehow becomes a hot deal. Because you just gotta have a little patience and wait.

Because....

On sale again Sat & Sun. And, of course, gotta spend $50+ to get the 20x.

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