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Amazon has 4-Pack of 50-Count Nestle Coffee-mate Coffee Creamer Singles (Original) on sale for $11.24 -> $10.28 -> Now $7.78. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks babgaly

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Amazon has Box of 50 Singles (Pack of 4) Nestle Coffee-mate Coffee Creamer, Original, Liquid Creamer Singles for $11.27 —> Now $10.54 Now $10.06 Now $9.61 > Now $7.78 > Now $10.68 with S&S

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This would be an awesome deal if i was still working in my office......
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I guess for a church or office, these would be ideal... Out of curiosity, I tried to do the math to compare vs creamer bottles from Aldi.

There's about 550mL of creamer per box. 4 boxes cost $11.27... divide by 4, and it's about $2.82/box.

At Aldi, according to Instacart, you can get 32 fluid ounces of various creamers for about $2.75. 32 fluid ounces = 946mL.

edit: For sanitary reasons in a group setting during corona in general, I can definitely see the value of these. I guess Amazon food stuff can be hit or miss, but hopefully these things would last a while
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I guess for a church or office, these would be ideal... Out of curiosity, I tried to do the math to compare vs creamer bottles from Aldi.

There's about 550mL of creamer per box. 4 boxes cost $11.27... divide by 4, and it's about $2.82/box.

At Aldi, according to Instacart, you can get 32 fluid ounces of various creamers for about $2.75. 32 fluid ounces = 946mL.

edit: For sanitary reasons in a group setting during corona in general, I can definitely see the value of these. I guess Amazon food stuff can be hit or miss, but hopefully these things would last a while
Yeah they don't need refrigerated and they last for a good 6 months or better. I was told once that you are able to tell it's bad if like milk you open er up and it's chunky best to toss that it. I'm probably in for one all the guys around the shop will appreciate it over that flammable powder junk.
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I guess for a church or office, these would be ideal... Out of curiosity, I tried to do the math to compare vs creamer bottles from Aldi.

There's about 550mL of creamer per box. 4 boxes cost $11.27... divide by 4, and it's about $2.82/box.

At Aldi, according to Instacart, you can get 32 fluid ounces of various creamers for about $2.75. 32 fluid ounces = 946mL.

edit: For sanitary reasons in a group setting during corona in general, I can definitely see the value of these. I guess Amazon food stuff can be hit or miss, but hopefully these things would last a while
It's great for school teacher's lounge, office desk where you need 1-2 a day, common areas, etc.

They last about 4 months or so.
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Oil creamer? What kind of oil? Don't wanna clog arteries
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Oil creamer? What kind of oil? Don't wanna clog arteries
If you look at the pictures of the product on Amazon, you can look at the ingredients and see. Seems to be coconut oil. https://i.imgur.com/jnW2cyI.png
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Looking for hazelnut...thanks anyway brohaha
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Thanks for posting.
I usually buy the big box with 180 tub for $9.99. Mostly comes around same price. But this might be easy if you want small packs and carry them while traveling.
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Sam's Club (if you're a member) has 192 ct. for 8.88 International Delight brand https://www.samsclub.com/sams/sho...0(192%20ct.)
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Sam's Club Coffeemate singles 180-count box, $8.98 https://www.samsclub.com/sams/sho...0(180%20ct.)
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Sam's Club Coffeemate singles 180-count box, $8.98 https://www.samsclub.com/sams/sho...0(180%20ct.)
4.98 cents vs 5.61 cents. Works out to be a little over $1 for every 200 count.

I'll gladly pay a dollar to not have to go to sams club and deal with people and lines.
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If in a shared environment (office, gathering, church, party), this would be ideal but since we can't gather - I have my own for a lot better deal:
https://scene7.samsclub.com/is/im...?$DT_Zoom$
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4.98 cents vs 5.61 cents. Works out to be a little over $1 for every 200 count.

I'll gladly pay a dollar to not have to go to sams club and deal with people and lines.
They have curbside pickup now and it's actually pretty efficient in the 10 times or so I have gone. Going inside, even to pickup an existing order is always a circus but I have been impressed with their curbside service.
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