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Eligible items are under the category "50% off shipped holiday favorites" [doordash.com]
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Lots of "celebrity" brands on sale that are or used to be on Goldbelly including:
  • Carlo's Bakery
  • Momofuku
  • Milk Bar
  • Levain Bakery
  • Magnolia Bakery
  • Carbone Fine Food
  • Emmy Squared
Shipping appears to be free on almost every item.

I went for the Carbone variety 4-pack of sauces. Sprouts and Whole Foods sells each jar around $9-$10. And I don't think they carry all varieties.

I bought the 4-pack of Carbone marinara in the past and it was packaged very well. Would make a nice gift for a foodie, I think. Probably at or around the taste and quality of a jar of Rao's.

After discounts, not bad for around $5/jar shipped. Even cheaper if you bought DoorDash credits at a discount.


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Hmm, brought a starter kit of soup dumplings from Xiao Chi Jie down to $49 from $89, might go for it
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50% off but on prices that are 150% markup hahahaha . $80 pizza? $80 chocolate cake?8 cookies for $70??? Lol what a joke. Stop posting these scam deals please
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The link takes it to app store so I think this is promoted.
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50% off but on prices that are 150% markup hahahaha . $80 pizza? $80 chocolate cake?8 cookies for $70??? Lol what a joke. Stop posting these scam deals please
Yeah, I wanted Levain cookies, but $70 for 8 cookies is ridiculous. You can't get much better at their website, though. It's $49 + $20 shipping to the west coast. At 50% off its not terrible, but also not great.
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Yeah, I wanted Levain cookies, but $70 for 8 cookies is ridiculous. You can't get much better at their website, though. It's $49 + $20 shipping to the west coast. At 50% off its not terrible, but also not great.
Yeah, the prices are not great but they are better than what you'll get shipped at their website. If you buy the cookies in person at a shop, they're $5 apiece (they used to be $4 a few years ago). I don't know if they offer a bulk discount in a shop, but that would be $40 for 8 cookies. From DoorDash would be $35+tax shipped.

Would the quality hold up over the shipping, though? I doubt it. I think the appeal is getting them fresh baked and experiencing them right then warm and ooey-gooey. Warming in the oven could help. They sell some frozen ones at Whole Foods, but they're 2 oz instead of the standard 6 oz and they're definitely not the same experience.

I think they're overpriced to begin with, but if I ever make it back to NYC I probably will wait in line and pay $5 for one for the destination and experience as a tourist.

Levain, like all these other brands have elevated themselves enough that their products all make good gifts for the holidays or as something to share during a holiday get together.

"Oh that's the Cake Boss's stuff" or "That's from the 'Ugly Delicious' guy's restaurant." I'd probably prefer locally baked or homemade, but their celebrity does make a good talking point to share.

It's all really no different than the marked up Harry & David holiday stuff.
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Yeah, the prices are not great but they are better than what you'll get shipped at their website. If you buy the cookies in person at a shop, they're $5 apiece (they used to be $4 a few years ago). I don't know if they offer a bulk discount in a shop, but that would be $40 for 8 cookies. From DoorDash would be $35+tax shipped.

Would the quality hold up over the shipping, though? I doubt it. I think the appeal is getting them fresh baked and experiencing them right then warm and ooey-gooey. Warming in the oven could help. They sell some frozen ones at Whole Foods, but they're 2 oz instead of the standard 6 oz and they're definitely not the same experience.

I think they're overpriced to begin with, but if I ever make it back to NYC I probably will wait in line and pay $5 for one for the destination and experience as a tourist.

Levain, like all these other brands have elevated themselves enough that their products all make good gifts for the holidays or as something to share during a holiday get together.

"Oh that's the Cake Boss's stuff" or "That's from the 'Ugly Delicious' guy's restaurant." I'd probably prefer locally baked or homemade, but their celebrity does make a good talking point to share.

It's all really no different than the marked up Harry & David holiday stuff.
I enjoyed the whole foods one in the past. I complained but in the end I ordered it. Let's see how they compare.
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Levain is $5 bucks a cookie to pickup at their Bethesda store via Doordash. With tax with this code, it was $55 for 12 shipped.

Not terrible if you like their cookies.
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To be honest, Doordash and Ubereats are not cheap as they add taxes, delivery fee, blah blah blah and make the total a lot, but it's all about convenience
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Good deal! They don't charge tax or delivery fee. Just make sure you find a store you like. I placed an order, only to find another store that I would have saved more money because it was a bigger order.
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These deals are always a great way to get some inexpensive Partners coffee.
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Last time I bought 2 dozen sugar cookies with an option for discounted 8 layered cake slice sampler straight from Carlo's Bakery Hoboken, The Cake Boss people. It came in surprisingly good shape, packed with dry ice in styrofoam and cost about $30. The cake was absolutely amazing, I've never had anything that good from my local baker's and I've tried a bunch of them.


looks like the same deal went up to 39.99 I'd say it's worth it with the included celebrity factor if you like the show
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Yeah, the prices are not great but they are better than what you'll get shipped at their website. If you buy the cookies in person at a shop, they're $5 apiece (they used to be $4 a few years ago). I don't know if they offer a bulk discount in a shop, but that would be $40 for 8 cookies. From DoorDash would be $35+tax shipped.

Would the quality hold up over the shipping, though? I doubt it. I think the appeal is getting them fresh baked and experiencing them right then warm and ooey-gooey. Warming in the oven could help. They sell some frozen ones at Whole Foods, but they're 2 oz instead of the standard 6 oz and they're definitely not the same experience.

I think they're overpriced to begin with, but if I ever make it back to NYC I probably will wait in line and pay $5 for one for the destination and experience as a tourist.

Levain, like all these other brands have elevated themselves enough that their products all make good gifts for the holidays or as something to share during a holiday get together.

"Oh that's the Cake Boss's stuff" or "That's from the 'Ugly Delicious' guy's restaurant." I'd probably prefer locally baked or homemade, but their celebrity does make a good talking point to share.

It's all really no different than the marked up Harry & David holiday stuff.
I ordered some for my birthday a while back with a free shipping coupon and no, the quality does not hold up. They were okay, but nothing close to being there and having fresh ones. I wouldn't do it again.
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