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36-Ct Cottonelle CleanCare Toilet Paper (Family Rolls) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 36-Count Cottonelle CleanCare Toilet Paper (Family+ Rolls) on sale for $15.18 when you checkout with Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks BrendaBowens

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Cottonelle Ultra CleanCare Toilet Paper, Strong Bath Tissue, Septic-Safe, 36 Family+ Rolls

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How about something close - Cottonelle Ultra ComfortCare Toilet Paper with Cushiony CleaningRipples 36 Mega Rolls = 164 regular rolls?

S&S Price: $38.86 ($0.33 / 100 Sheets) $40.91 $2.05 (5%)

After Extra $12.00 Off Coupon on first Subscribe and Save order only = $26.96

https://www.amazon.com/Cottonelle...B07ND3MW45

Quote from shawns4347
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I got the his tue mega rolls seem better not narrow like the family. Roll

The bigger difference is that the original Family Roll posting is for 1-Ply & this Mega Roll offer is for 2-Ply.
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I just can't believe I need to find a deal on toilet paper. What has society become? This deal is an utter rip-off. Buy Scott 1000 in a 40+ pack, stock up, and be done with it. Just make sure you buy it based on cheapest price from a reputable retailer. Or just go to Stop & Shop buy the 1-ply for 49 cents inch, which usually comes with more sheets on a roll. I mean how much time does one spend on the toilet?

If toilet paper companies want to sell based on per sheet, they should make sheets longer, otherwise if you are wiping with only one sheet, you'll regret it and get feces all over your hand.

Actually, here is the best deal,
Its usually best to defecate and immediately take a quick shower right after. Don't need to take a 20 minute shower, get a lathe sponge, apply soap all over your body (especially where you didn't wipe), takes 30 seconds up to a minute, rinse off, done!
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after following up deals on toilet papers and kitchen rolls - I am in need of more store rooms to stack and save them.

Noting clicking / buying today. I have rolls for next 6 or more months, dont click dont click Wink
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That's a lot of TP; who needs so much ?
ApplausePeace

Are you one of those rare No Wipers On Instinct type of peeps?
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Wait, so is this 1-ply or 2-ply? If 1-ply, then I'm in for one
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That's a lot of TP; who needs so much ?
I have 6 Boys. And I poop. So there's that
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Actually, here is the best deal,
Its usually best to defecate and immediately take a quick shower right after. Don't need to take a 20 minute shower, get a lathe sponge, apply soap all over your body (especially where you didn't wipe), takes 30 seconds up to a minute, rinse off, done!
So your going to waste multiple dollars of hot/warm water, soap, dirt up a towel to be washed later instead if using several cents in toilet paper to wipe your butt? Seems to be more expensive in the long run to shower even if a couple minutes.
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That's a lot of TP; who needs so much ?
I do.
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Crap. Scott 27 roll pack at Walmart is king at 0.006 cents per square foot. This is only 855 square feet for a 0.0186 cents per square foot. Almost triple the price. Get a bidet and go with Scott's. This isn't remotely slick.
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Nah, I use collected rain water nod

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So your going to waste multiple dollars of hot/warm water, soap, dirt up a towel to be washed later instead if using several cents in toilet paper to wipe your butt? Seems to be more expensive in the long run to shower even if a couple minutes.
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