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24-Ct Charmin Family Mega Toilet Paper Rolls (Ultra Strong or Soft)

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Amazon.com has 24-Count Charmin Family Mega Toilet Paper Rolls (Ultra Strong Clean Tough) for $26.92 when you 'clip' the $3 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks tunabreath

Additionally, Amazon.com has 24-Count Charmin Family Mega Toilet Paper Rolls (Ultra Soft Cushiony Touch) for $26.92 when you 'clip' the $3 off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free.

Note: You must be logged into your Amazon account in order to clip the coupon. Coupons are typically one use per account. You may cancel your Subscribe & Save subscription any time after your order ships.
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Amazon has Charmin Ultra Strong Clean Touch or Ultra Soft Cushiony Touch Toilet Paper, 24 Family Mega Rolls (Equal to 123 Regular Rolls), for $26.92 after clipping the $3 off coupon and checking out with Subscribe and Save.

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Ultra Soft Cushiony Touch

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Toilet Paper Calculator for Ultra Strong Clean Tough [tetrion.com]

Toilet Paper Calculator for Ultra Soft Cushiony Touch [tetrion.com]

NOTE: Final price is before any tax. Quality is not considered.

Don't know why this is front page... is the quality out of this world or something?

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Summary: Target is better deal (by 5-17% per equivalent regular roll) if you don't mind store pickup and the Target GC. Amazon is a few dollars more for the convenience.

Target deal per "virtual regular roll" (depending on Charmin to calculate their "regular" roll equivalent, which might be falling for more marketing if they vary their regular roll base size, but I hope it's stable):

$53.67 - $15 GC = $38.67 for 3 x 18 mega rolls (= 3 x 72 regular = 216 virtual regular rolls at 17.9 cents each).

Amazon deal per virtual regular roll:

$26.92 (after $3 clip and 5% SS) for 24 family rolls = 123 virtual regular rolls at 21.89 cents each.

Target is store pickup and locks your $15 into a future Target purchase. Amazon comes to your house. Also, if you combine enough subscribe and save to get 15% off instead of 5%, it's 19.3 cents per virtual regular roll. All of that said, the few cents per regular roll difference is $2-5 (depending on your SS level), so you can pay for convenience with Amazon or get the best deal at Target. With Target, you are getting more TP, so you don't have to do these calculations for a while longer, but you'll have to store more paper.

The above calculations ignore tax (Target is taxed on full price and gives you GC later) and also ignore Prime Now $5 coupons for slow delivery or other offers like that. You can use Mr. R. for another 2% at Target.

Basing on Charmin virtual regular rolls obviously makes it harder to compare other brands, but within the Charmin universe, it seems like an easy way to do the math when trying to compare various Mega, Family, Mega Plus, etc., sizes.

Target's advantage narrows with tax because the future $15 GC doesn't remove tax like the Amazon discounts to the subtotal do. Even when you pay with a $15 GC, it goes toward the post-tax total.

Example 7.525% sales tax:
Target is 19.77 cents per virtual regular roll (19.24 if you use Mr. R)
Amazon 5% SS is 23.54 cents per virtual regular roll
Amazon 15% SS is 20.78 cents per virtual regular roll

To do your own virtual regular roll calculations, add items to your cart and proceed to checkout to see tax.
For Target 3x18 mega rolls, subtract $15 from your total then divide that by 216.
For Amazon, clip the coupon, see if you get 5% or 15% in your cart for SS and view the taxed total. Then divide that by 123.
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Not the same dildo. Family has 25% more per roll.
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We've tried the Costco brand (Kirkland) in the past, and recently again within the last month due to cost, but switch back to Charmin Ultra Strong. The Costco brand is still too thin, and requires more squares, and seems a bit *too* absorbent. Ultra Strong lets me use 3 squares or so with little problem.

Charmin is worth getting on rebate or on a good sale. I'll stay away from Costco; I can't comment on Sams.
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doesn't beat TofuVic's price if you are only getting s&s at 5%

5%NONONO$29.92$1.50 (5%)$0.00$3.000.275¢$25.42
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Sometimes, not having butt crusties is worth an extra $1... the charmin strong is great.
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doesn't beat TofuVic's price if you are only getting s&s at 5%

5%NONONO$29.92$1.50 (5%)$0.00$3.000.275¢$25.42
You can't compare paper products based solely on cost per sheet. There are many other factors to consider such as absorbency, ply weight and ply thickness so until there is a standard grading implemented for those factors then I disregard cost per sheet as it doesn't permit performance comparison across brands.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to the laboratory/lavatory.
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Costco cost?
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I refuse to go above regular Mega, but deals on smaller rolls are harder and harder to find. Thanks anyway OP.
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We've been using Charmin Ultra Strong for many years, but would like to switch to something more affordable. Can anyone compare these to Costco's or Sam's Club? Tried Sam's Club a long time ago and it had too much lint but recently I've seen them advertised as "Less Lint".
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doesn't beat TofuVic's price if you are only getting s&s at 5%

5%NONONO$29.92$1.50 (5%)$0.00$3.000.275¢$25.42
I used to go by that blindly but i stopped when I learnt that sheet size is not the same even in same brand and offer at different places. So i prefer cost per sqft for 2ply. Thanks but no thanks. I think I snagged a good deal during 30% + S&S last month
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We've been using Charmin Ultra Strong for many years, but would like to switch to something more affordable. Can anyone compare these to Costco's or Sam's Club? Tried Sam's Club a long time ago and it had too much lint but recently I've seen them advertised as "Less Lint".

We've tried the Costco brand (Kirkland) in the past, and recently again within the last month due to cost, but switch back to Charmin Ultra Strong. The Costco brand is still too thin, and requires more squares, and seems a bit *too* absorbent. Ultra Strong lets me use 3 squares or so with little problem.

Charmin is worth getting on rebate or on a good sale. I'll stay away from Costco; I can't comment on Sams.
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With 15% off for 5 s&s items came out to $23.77 + tax for the ultra strong and I don't have to lug it home from Costco. 😊
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We've tried the Costco brand (Kirkland) in the past, and recently again within the last month due to cost, but switch back to Charmin Ultra Strong. The Costco brand is still too thin, and requires more squares, and seems a bit *too* absorbent. Ultra Strong lets me use 3 squares or so with little problem.

Charmin is worth getting on rebate or on a good sale. I'll stay away from Costco; I can't comment on Sams.
Thanks for the good info. 👍
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FYI, I got 24 rolls for $27.24 + $5 Target GC if anyone is interested.

https://www.target.com/p/charmin-...nk=sametab
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Sometimes, not having butt crusties is worth an extra $1... the charmin strong is great.
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