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I know this might not be a deal for many, but eggs are a commodity right now, plus toilet paper included. If you live near a restaurant, you don't have to worry about grocery store, shopping, etc..

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Last Edited by bluekiwi March 31, 2020 at 12:46 AM
home essentials package - $40
3 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast (raw)
15 eggs
1 gallon whole milk
1 loaf bread
1 lb unsalted butter
2 lbs rice (uncooked)
2 lb onions
2 lbs red potatoes
2 lb carrots
3 rolls toilet paper

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I think their so called deal should've been more like 30 considering their buying power leverage.. Decent idea.
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I think their so called deal should've been more like 30 considering their buying power leverage.. Decent idea.
Their costs likely went up too
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no HDMI - no deal !!!
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There is a location called Corona, CA 😂
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I grabbed this last week from my local Lazy Dog. Everything is restaurant quality...including the toilet paper. But it definitely was nice to replenish so many staples (milk, rice, chicken, bread, eggs, veggies) without playing grocery store roulette.
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I think their so called deal should've been more like 30 considering their buying power leverage.. Decent idea.
Disagree.

This would easily cost 40 at my local grocery store and most of it would likely be better quality than what I eould find.

They're offering it at a fair price and conveniently bundling it all for you, plus you get to avoid said grocery store.... That is a win any day.

I went shopping over the weekend and bought nearly everything on this list, or I would be jumping on this.
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$40 is pushing it but for those that need it, still a deal

-just remembered I have a gc for this restaurant, unfortunately only spot for cc on order form
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Disagree.

This would easily cost 40 at my local grocery store and most of it would likely be better quality than what I eould find.

They're offering it at a fair price and conveniently bundling it all for you, plus you get to avoid said grocery store.... That is a win any day.

I went shopping over the weekend and bought nearly everything on this list, or I would be jumping on this.
Definitely! just wish they were in bigger cities. I see a bunch of Texas locations but nothing in Austin, Houston, or Dallas. I'd be all over it if they were in one of these locations. I used to go to the grocery store daily, it's been over two weeks for me now! Feels so weird.
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I think their so called deal should've been more like 30 considering their buying power leverage.. Decent idea.

Did you guys not know this? Toilet paper is like $10 a roll now.

So you are getting $30 in toilet papers and the rest is like $10.LMAO
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You guys need to start shopping at better grocery stores. This is less than $20 worth of groceries. And I don't live in a low cost of living area. Maybe it's worth the headache for some people not to deal with shopping but it's certainly not a SD.
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Yeah for me its (SF bay area pricing);
3 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast (raw) (typically $2/lb here) $6
15 eggs $2 (higher side)
1 gallon whole milk $3
1 loaf bread ($2 assuming decent quality)
1 lb unsalted butter (I usually buy on sale for $2.50 but lets say $4 normal price)
2 lbs rice (uncooked) ($1, maybe $2 if you are desperate)
2 lb onions $1
2 lbs red potatoes $1-1.50
2 lb carrots $1 at most stores
3 rolls toilet paper PRICELESS

So you are looking at about $22 in groceries plus the TP
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Yeah for me its (SF bay area pricing);
3 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast (raw) (typically $2/lb here) $6
15 eggs $2 (higher side)
1 gallon whole milk $3
1 loaf bread ($2 assuming decent quality)
1 lb unsalted butter (I usually buy on sale for $2.50 but lets say $4 normal price)
2 lbs rice (uncooked) ($1, maybe $2 if you are desperate)
2 lb onions $1
2 lbs red potatoes $1-1.50
2 lb carrots $1 at most stores
3 rolls toilet paper PRICELESS

So you are looking at about $22 in groceries plus the TP
Prices about that in ne Ohio too...except milk, $2 per gallon.
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Yeah for me its (SF bay area pricing);
3 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast (raw) (typically $2/lb here) $6
15 eggs $2 (higher side)
1 gallon whole milk $3
1 loaf bread ($2 assuming decent quality)
1 lb unsalted butter (I usually buy on sale for $2.50 but lets say $4 normal price)
2 lbs rice (uncooked) ($1, maybe $2 if you are desperate)
2 lb onions $1
2 lbs red potatoes $1-1.50
2 lb carrots $1 at most stores
3 rolls toilet paper PRICELESS

So you are looking at about $22 in groceries plus the TP
I wish the rice was that cheap, the stores around me have jacked the price of rice to $2/lb.
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