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Amazon [amazon.com] has 10oz Kikkoman Ponzu Citrus Seasoned Dressing Soy Sauce for $1.99. Shipping is free for Prime members or spends over $25 to receive free shipping.

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Sodium Benzoate + citrus = not good for you
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Quote from AntonK127434 :
Kikkoman's regular Ponzu sauce is ok, very much like soy sauce with a dash of citrus. The Chili Ponzu sauce is much better imo.
Yeah I buy Japanese brand regular ponzu but can only get Chili ponzu from kikkoman.
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Quote from CleverMorning780 :
Contains fish. Since when does soy sauce contain fish ??
Like others have said, this is not just soy sauce.
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FP and hot bc it's a cheap S&S item that people have use for. If you struggle to get to 5 items and 15% then this is hot
Following that twisted logic, then every cheap Subscribe and Save item should be on the SD Frontpage - to save you the trouble of finding those items on your own to save a few pennies on your next Amazon order? Good lord. 😵 💫
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Slickdeals is increasingly becoming less about actual deals and more about whatever their advertising partners want to promote.

Excuse the ignorance but how is a five cent savings on a bottle of soy sauce worthy of the front page? If I go to Wegmans right now I guarantee I can find condiments on sale for more than $0.05 off.

I'm not a troll who complains and I know these kinds of comments usually get downvoted, but seeing stuff like this really makes me roll my eyes when I think of the kind of legitimate sales Slickdeals used to feature 5+ years ago.
You can thank GoldmanDeals for this!
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Not once I ever ordered food from Amazon and didn't either cane expired or close to expiry.
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I'll try this. Not for the slick deal but just to try something different.
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completely agree. these front page "deals" are diluting what used to be a much greater deal site.
I think back in the day actual off-list/non-advertised sales would be posted more frequently...whether it be flash sales that weren't announced ahead of time, or legitimate pricing errors. That's how I got my Vizio TV years ago -- Walmart (mistakenly?) clearanced some newer models and someone who noticed shared the info to SD.

Now, that very rarely seems to be the case, and the site increasingly feels like a series of sponsored promotions. If you look at the referral code, you'll see any external link usually contains a Slickdeals code -- so if you click a link to a sale on Amazon, my assumption is that's being tracked and then Slickdeals gets a certain percentage of the sale.

The downside seems to be that the true non-advertised or obscure sales and pricing errors don't get posted anymore, and perhaps if pricing errors are posted Slickdeals would be more likely to pull them down to keep their partners happy (although this is pure speculation and I don't know whether that's the case).

Regardless of the inner-workings of the site and how it may be impacted by affiliate partners boosting their products, I just don't get as much out of it as I used to. So many of the items posted on a daily basis are just generic "$3 off subscribe and save" or very standard sale prices that are almost definitely coordinated by Amazon or whoever else the vendor is.

The site used to feel driven by its users and now it feels driven by affiliate partners with "sale" prices that aren't particularly noteworthy. I mean I love Costco, but they have the same TVs on sale all the time. Does it need to be on the frontpage of SD every time the LG CX is $300 off, when you can go virtually anywhere at any time and find a similar discount on that model? It's very rare for electronics to be sold at full MSRP across the board and usually the flagship models are routinely on sale. How many times have you seen a Samsung phone posted to SD in the last few months?

The last substantial sale I benefited from was the Fender Telecaster a few weeks back, but even that appeared to be a fairly common sale price. I can't recall the last true "wow, I'm glad I scooped that up before it sold out!" flash sale of the sort that *used* to make Slickdeals so much fun.
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Quote from ExParte :
If Amazon uses shoppers' purchase money to purchase more Citrus Soy Sauce to sell to others...does that make this a Ponzu scheme? 🤔
Can a mod review this? This might very well be a bannable offense.
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NYC sucks. We don't have any Walmart's in the 5 boroughs, so I'd have to drive to Long Island, or disgusting New Jersey. So for us New Yorkers, it's a deal
I'd hardly call Green Acres Long Island (Well, technically). Keep in mind TWO Queens bus lines go there, and you can see how close it is. In fact, it's only there for NYC, as the city council won't let Wally's in for not being a union shop. Walmart already have stores in Westbury, East Meadow, and Uniondale, which by car-driving LI standards, covers all of west Nassau county.
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for reference for others, it has about 40% of the sodium as straight soy sauce. you can make your own ponzu sauce too it's basically 1 part soy and 1 part citrus. the only negative is most people don't have bonito or mirin which go in too.
Low sodium is a plus. Too many forget how much sodium is in soy sauce until they see a green capped low sodium alternative and finally realize why they're on a beta blocker.
Quote from Charter01 :
Honestly Kikkoman is always going to be my favorite as far as sauces.
Everyone knows, and by that I mean Japanese chefs (sushi and otherwise), that Yamasa is the best. Kikkoman was just the first to break into the US market and knows how to maintain a market stranglehold better than Coca-Cola, Hostess, or Entemann's ever did. Thankfully, you can find Yamasa at discerning retailers these days despite Kikkoman's efforts.
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I would think they also have Ponzu sauce at H-Mart in LES/K-town, or other smaller Asian supermarkets, but I can't seem to find Ponzu sauce on their website. Then again, H-Mart usually is weak on Japanese products.
Is it me, or is there a proliferation of Nippon-related markets n Manhattan lately? I also see Sunrise market in Midtown, and East Village, and a few others in the West Village too. Plus UES and Midtown. I'm not even covering the Korean markets like Sunac. One doesn't have to go far these days.
Quote from thebombdotcom :
Major supermarkets like Wegmans have these regularly in their 'international' aisle! Plus I've picked this up several times from my local Chinese stores too.
In New York, even TARGET has the stuff, and at several locations in New York City too.

https://www.target.com/p/kikkoman...A-15397296
Quote from mrdeucie :
I haven't tried the Marukan one, but I prefer the Mitsukan Ajipon brand over the Kikkoman one. I think the Kikkoman one is the most widely available one out of the three brands.
Yamasa has one too. I'll assume it's the best. Wink

https://yamasausa.com/retail-prod...rom-japan/
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Not once I ever ordered food from Amazon and didn't either cane expired or close to expiry.
That has most concerned me when coming to things like varieties of soda that is no longer bottled near me, like Tab. If even near expiry, it would taste bad.
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$1.84 good price for me. Thanks
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hard to find in-stock locally so even at a slight discount + savings on time/gas = savings? yes. slickdeal? probably not
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Is it me, or is there a proliferation of Nippon-related markets n Manhattan lately? I also see Sunrise market in Midtown, and East Village, and a few others in the West Village too. Plus UES and Midtown. I'm not even covering the Korean markets like Sunac. One doesn't have to go far these days.
Not sure if it is recent, but we've always had at least a sprinkling. Sunrise has been around for quite a while now. In the past few years, I've been shopping at Dainobu.

Wish there were more Japanese markets. I have noticed there's a little strip of Japanese shops/restaurants popping up just south of 14th street on 6th ave.

I will look for Yamasa the next time I'm out at a Japanese grocery store.
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Not sure if it is recent, but we've always had at least a sprinkling. Sunrise has been around for quite a while now. In the past few years, I've been shopping at Dainobu.

Wish there were more Japanese markets. I have noticed there's a little strip of Japanese shops/restaurants popping up just south of 14th street on 6th ave.

I will look for Yamasa the next time I'm out at a Japanese grocery store.
Those are the newest ones I was thinking of!

Frankly, I'm overjoyed. I just wish there were more bookstores (other than Kinokuniya) and especially more BookOff locations. These places have their own channels for sourcing goods that might cost more elsewhere having gone through additional importers or distributors.
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