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Martinelli's Sparkling Apple Cider $1.99 for 25.4 oz bottle. KMART B&M YMMV

dankpharmacist 1,057 521 December 27, 2009 at 05:49 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (3)
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Martinelli's Sparkling Apple Cider $1.99 for 25.4 oz bottle. KMART B&M YMMV

Martinelli's makes some of the best and priciest apple juice there is. This stuff isn't cheap but anyone who likes Martinelli's may find this appealing.

This was a sale price in Illinois.

If you have the audacity to lie about how many are in your cart it could become a great deal.

I just guessed how many I had and they assumed I really did count them.. shake head fools
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Sam's club sells a three pack of these for $5.98 everyday, which is the same $1.99 a bottle you paid "on sale"....
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Quote from Jess5906 View Post :
Sam's club sells a three pack of these for $5.98 everyday, which is the same $1.99 a bottle you paid "on sale"....

actually it's a penny cheaper at KMART... And KMART isn't owned by walmart.... win win..


Regardless, they are super yummy. I guess I didn't need to buy 60 though Smilie
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Dollar-fifty at my local Lucky.
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So your "slickdeal" is lying about how many are in your cart? Nono
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I get them as gifts all the time!
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So your "slickdeal" is lying about how many are in your cart? Nono
No. I said I guessed. I thought it was a good price.. Apparently I was wrong. I would have lied though. What do I care. The essence of a LOT of slickdeals content is raping retailers for all their worth until they fix their mistake. Slickdealers lie and play stupid with CSR's all the time. Its not my job to count bottles. We bend rules and stack coupons and get away with all we can. Its basically "legal shoplifting". So before you get your panties in a knot I suggest you think about the things you've done to stores and online vendors.
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Quote from dankpharmacist View Post :
No. I said I guessed. I thought it was a good price.. Apparently I was wrong. I would have lied though. What do I care. The essence of a LOT of slickdeals content is raping retailers for all their worth until they fix their mistake. Slickdealers lie and play stupid with CSR's all the time. Its not my job to count bottles. We bend rules and stack coupons and get away with all we can. Its basically "legal shoplifting". So before you get your panties in a knot I suggest you think about the things you've done to stores and online vendors.
Those are all on their error (pricemistakes honored, coupons allowing to be stacked) - we have an obligation to answer their question correctly just like they do to ours (unless it was an unscrupulous seller).

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Oh Dude, you should like....I don't know, head back there ASAP and grab hundreds of them and when you check out tell them you only have like, 10 or something, Bro!

You could rape these retailers until they bleed, resell them on ebay or something and be like, mega-rich.

You rock! Groupwave


Seriously though......what in the hell has become of Slckdeals? The day people around here start thinking lying to the cashier and basically STEALING merchandise is "slick", is probably a sign of the end of days.
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