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TerryMiller

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I checked the Peter Pan website and they don't show any stores in this area with it. May not be distributed here anymore.

Our last order for the Crunchy was online. We darn sure didn't need all the containers that were in the box, so we gave away a few bottles of the stuff.
 

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They probably would not be as successful as they are, and employ so many folks that likely would not be employable otherwise, if they stopped trying to sell what the customer base wants.

Try operating a store selling only domestic versions of theWalmart inventory. Likely would be a short term venture.
 

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I've said that when buying big packages of T.P., don't look at the number of rolls.
Look at the number of Sq Feet you're getting and compare the prices that way.
(Just buy a brand you can live with otherwise that big package seems to last a LONG TIME.) :D
but do you actually unroll and measure the tp:)

noticed online some guys were counting their bulk 1000rd cases of ammo from different sources, several were getting shorted, PSA give's store credit for the missing rounds
 

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Proud to say I haven’t visited a Walmart for over Three years. Online shopaholic, none of which is directed at Walmart.
We are on a first name basis with all of our UPS, FedEx, and Amazon drivers. Much cheaper on our fuel bill vs driving 12 miles round trip to the closest shopping area.
The big pile of broken down boxes will go into the brush pile on Earth Day.
 

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Our last order for the Crunchy was online. We darn sure didn't need all the containers that were in the box, so we gave away a few bottles of the stuff.

This might explain your problem:


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Folks you have to watch everywhere. An example, last week we got coupons in the mail for Subway. Buy a 12 inch sub for $6 (or there abouts) get two for $13. Pay attention because they are counting on all of us being oblivions.

That one got my attention too!
 

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but do you actually unroll and measure the tp:)

noticed online some guys were counting their bulk 1000rd cases of ammo from different sources, several were getting shorted, PSA give's store credit for the missing rounds
Hmmm. You do have a point.
These stores figure nobody can do basic math any more, they might be shorting folks on T.P. :bah:
 

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Price changes happen probably daily at Walmart. This coming from a former employee.
The panademic and trickle down damn Nesr effects everything to Include home building, we don’t change our prices as it would be futile and monumental work, but we do fore cast and strategically do it, Walmart can do it digitally and has the man power to manage the electronic supply pricing and sales pricing. Always verify, even in homes. Some builders out in escalation clauses, some add fluff just in case. Wait till frame or even drywall to sell, he’ll you don’t get paid till closing anyway
 

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