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Tman1965 14 44 July 20, 2016 at 05:30 AM in Toilet Paper (6) More Target Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear July 23, 2016 at 10:36 AM
Target [target.com] has Scott 1000 bathroom tissue, Septic-Safe Toilet Paper 15 Regular Rolls for $9.99.
$5 gift card with 2 select paper or tissue.
Save 10% on paper supplies with Order Pickup.
Makes $12.98 / 30 = $0.4327 per roll if you count the gift card.

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Subscribe to save 5%
Makes $13.98 / 30 = $0.466 per roll if you count the gift card.

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#2
Excellent deal !

Red Card $73 w/ tax
Ordered 8, Received 4 $5 Gift Cards
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Thanks. $17.08 for me with 5% Redcard discount.
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#4
Not so slick.. You can grab individual rolls at the Indian 99 cents for .39cents
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Not so slick.. You can grab individual rolls at the Indian 99 cents for .39cents
Scott regular 1,000 piece rolls?
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not so slick.. You can grab individual rolls at the indian 99 cents for .39cents
lol!!
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Thanks op
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First of all, this is single ply.
Second, it's very very thin.
You need to use 3 single ply.
I bought this crap last year. Nobody wants to use it. I'm using it because I don't want to throw money away.
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Quote from xxxHolic View Post :
First of all, this is single ply.
Second, it's very very thin.
You need to use 3 single ply.
I bought this crap last year. Nobody wants to use it. I'm using it because I don't want to throw money away.

Sometimes, I like to feel it while wiping it. So, 1-ply works for me.
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First of all, this is single ply.
Second, it's very very thin.
You need to use 3 single ply.
I bought this crap last year. Nobody wants to use it. I'm using it because I don't want to throw money away.
Yeah this stuff seriously is crap !! Don't buy this
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#11
any 3 ply deal? because i have $10 in gift cards to burn
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We use Scott's exclusively... I think people with little kids understand this. No matter how many ply we buy and how many times we tell them, kids always use way too much. Once we switched to Scott's no more constant plugging of the toilets.
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costco is what i wipe my @$$ with
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We use Scott's exclusively... I think people with little kids understand this. No matter how many ply we buy and how many times we tell them, kids always use way too much. Once we switched to Scott's no more constant plugging of the toilets.
They grow out if it? my girlfriend is 25 and she uses close to a roll a day.

She is mad as heck at me for buying so many of these last time shopping. I'm afraid she'll never forgive me lol.
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Thanks Op got 2
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