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24-Ct Bounty Select-A-Size Giant Roll Paper Towels + $10 Target Gift Card

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Target.com has 24-Count Bounty Select-A-Size Giant Roll Paper Towels + $10 Target Gift Card on sale for $30.39 when you follow the steps below. Select in-store pickup where available. Thanks qwikwit
  1. Select "Subscribe to save 5%" for the 8-Count Bounty Select-A-Size Giant Roll Paper Towels and click the "Add subscription to cart" button
  2. In the cart change quantity to 3x for the Bounty Paper Towel Rolls
  3. The total should be $30.39 + Free Store Pickup
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I get so confused about role sizes so I was going through the website...here is the math

1 Single = 1 Single
1 Big = 1.33 Single
1 Giant = 1.5 Single
1 Mega = 1.66 Single
1 Double = 2 Single
1 Bulk = 2.25 Single
1 Huge = 2.5 Single
1 Triple = 3 Single
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Target is 83 sheets per roll x 24 rolls = 1992 half sheets. ($31.47 - $10 gift card) / 1992 sheets = 0.01077811 cents per sheet

Costco is 160 sheets per roll x 12 rolls = 1920 half sheets. $15.99 / 1920 sheets = 0.00832812 cents per sheet

Costco is a better deal but you have to wait in a long line so it's up to you.

Edit: the Costco price of $15.99 is for the Kirkland brand of paper towels.
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We goofed and bought full size sheets this time. Sooo much waste with these! Even with smaller rolls and less sheets, they go further for our needs.
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Thoughts on how this compares to Costco?
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Bounty hands down
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The rolls keep getting smaller and smaller...a lot smaller and the select-a-size rolls have 10% less sheets than the regular rolls. Same goes for toilet tissues. Smaller, narrower rolls.
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If you buy in store, you might get lucky and find some older bundles that have larger rolls. DPCI is the same as the smaller rolls. At least it was the last time I encountered this situation a couple months ago.
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The rolls keep getting smaller and smaller...a lot smaller and the select-a-size rolls have 10% less sheets than the regular rolls. Same goes for toilet tissues. Smaller, narrower rolls.
We goofed and bought full size sheets this time. Sooo much waste with these! Even with smaller rolls and less sheets, they go further for our needs.
iwheela
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Anyone figure out the combo to get these to ship free with restock? 3 items go over the max size.
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Not a bad deal, but I'm not sure how this compares to Costco.
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We goofed and bought full size sheets this time. Sooo much waste with these! Even with smaller rolls and less sheets, they go further for our needs.
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Makes sense since you can use 1/2 sheet at a time.

Exchange the full-size sheets for select-a-size if you can.
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The rolls keep getting smaller and smaller...a lot smaller and the select-a-size rolls have 10% less sheets than the regular rolls. Same goes for toilet tissues. Smaller, narrower rolls.
agree . sqft is getting smaller
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agree . sqft is getting smaller
Yep. Every time I buy tissue or paper towels, rolls are smaller and tissue is narrower.
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Not bad....
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Anyone figure out the combo to get these to ship free with restock? 3 items go over the max size.
You'd have to do two Target restock boxes to get the $10 promo gift card to show up. They still force you to hit the $35 minimum (and they bump the delivery fee up a bit) but you get the three Bounty's with fillers for approx. $40-44 given local taxes.

I'll take it to have 24 rolls of Bounty delivered to my door (and get the $10 gift card to offset any additional costs).
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