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Best Prices this Week for: Unsalted Butter, Large Eggs, Baker's Chocolate, Unbleached Flour, Rice Krispies etc.

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cometier Apr 23, 2010 11:35 AM

I need to bake about 50 dozen Brownies and Rice Krispie Squares this week. I need to buy the supplies and as you can imagine the small savings really start to add up on such a large batch.

I'm hoping that someone might have some ideas where I can get the following items on sale today or tomorrow.

Unsalted Butter
Large Eggs
Baker's Chocolate
Unbleached White Flour
Rice Krispies (or generic)
Marshmallows

I'm located downtown east, so I prefer stores on that end of the city.

Many Thanks!

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  1. Wahooty RE: cometier Apr 23, 2010 01:10 PM

    I'm not sure which day of the week their sale prices start/end, but as of yesterday Metro had Lactantia butter for $2.99.

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      millygirl RE: Wahooty Apr 23, 2010 01:17 PM

      You could always go online and check out the flyers for the stores nearest you.

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        jayt90 RE: Wahooty Apr 23, 2010 04:11 PM

        It's over at Metro, Thursday midnight..

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        wildphoenix RE: cometier Apr 23, 2010 04:02 PM

        Bulk Barn for the chocolate, flour, rice cereal and marshmallows.

        1. jayt90 RE: cometier Apr 23, 2010 04:11 PM

          Unsalted is $3.99 at Highland Farms. They frequently go down to $3.50, so maybe you could get a quantity price.
          Eggs $2.15/doz and chocolate chips will probably be cheaper at Costco. Their flour is bleached.

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          Highland Farms
          850 Ellesmere Rd, Toronto, ON M1P, CA

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            minto RE: cometier Apr 24, 2010 05:34 PM

            Shoppers Drug Mart has eggs @ $1.99 with a limit of 2, and after limit @ $2.29
            and butter is @ $2.99 with limit of 4, and after limit @ $3.99

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              jayt90 RE: minto Apr 24, 2010 06:41 PM

              Shoppers seems to have these amazing loss leaders quite often. It's just difficult to get them on my shopping route. Maybe they have an email service.

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                FrankD RE: jayt90 Apr 24, 2010 08:46 PM

                No Shoppers near you?! I'm amazed - they're springing up so quickly, it almost seems like they're in competition with Tim Horton's. I live at Elgin Mills and Bayview, and there's a Shoppers there, one at Bayview and Major Mac, and another at Bayview and 16th. Head over to Yonge, and there's one at Yonge and 16th, one just a bit south of Major Mac and one just a bit south of Elgin Mills (and it's 24 hours). That's six in an area just over 3.4 square miles!

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                  JamieK RE: FrankD Apr 25, 2010 07:25 AM

                  Made me laugh what you said about competition with Tim Horton's -- my Shoppers has a Tim Horton's outlet inside of it.

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              shakkar RE: cometier Apr 25, 2010 03:23 AM

              You can also check the No frills Low price report,it compares four groceries for lowest price, here is the link.

              http://www.lowpricereport.ca/store

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