expired Paper Straws 20pc Pack $0.99 (72% off) + Postage (Free Pickup Melbourne) @ Gift Packaging

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ON SALE until 30th June. Hopefully this is helpful for anyone with upcoming parties.

Paper Drinking Straws - 20pack - $0.99 + postage
(or Pickup from our warehouse in Melbourne)

(All postage is with tracking, maybe expensive for 1 pack alone, you may want to buy up a few packs or with other items, or if you're in Melbourne select pickup!)

Have a big party coming up or just want grab a few packs for the pantry, grab them whilst you can!

What you normally pay for 20packs:
Dan Murphy 20pk - $4.49
BIG W - 24pack - $4.00
Coles 20pk - $2.50
Other sites ~ $5.00

Also within category is Paper Straw Toppers also on sale.

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    • -1 vote

      Correct, for 100packs of assorted colours. We aren't selling an assorted pack or 100 packs. So were only comparing like for like. If you want to theme a party with Red Dots, you could purchase from us.

      • +1 vote

        So were only comparing like for like.

        Like for Like is the unit price.

        It's not as if a 100 pack is a bulk purchase…

        No deal…

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          If you are only comparing unit price, not colours, print, size, quality, then woolies option will be the deal you want.

          • +2 votes

            @Gpack:

            unit price, not colours, print, size, quality,

            Based on your title and description, yes

            Also, there are good chance the woolies ones are equal to or better in quality, no way of knowing without an independent review.

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              @jv: Go for wollies then. That's everyones option. We are another.

              • +1 vote

                @Gpack:

                Go for wollies then.

                We already do.. It's cheaper…

                This is not a bargain…

                • -3 votes

                  @jv: So why do other consumers buy products from other sellers outside Woolies for higher prices? Maybe ozb buyers are more interested in the lowest possible price, and nothing else matters? I should probably take note of this for any future deals and not make them known to ozbargain?!

                  • +2 votes

                    @Gpack:

                    for higher prices?

                    Read the deal posting rules

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                    @Gpack:

                    I should probably take note of this for any future deals and not make them known to ozbargain?!

                    Look at the votes for this 'supposed' deal you posted…

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                      @jv: yes i'm assuming its yours lol

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                        @Gpack:

                        yes i'm assuming its yours lol

                        You must have poor eyesight then. You can see who voted by clicking on the votes tab

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                          @jv: i assumed, i didn't bother looking. Your a friendly chap aren't you. LOL

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                            @Gpack:

                            i didn't bother looking.

                            i guessed as much when you assumed yours are better quality than the woolies ones.

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                              @jv: same with you. You're assuming its the same size, quality as ours. without checking.

                              Our business supplies retail chains, so we know what different specs could be changed to influence is quality/price.. Depending on the price point they want to sell, will determine the quality of the product and price. Different thickness of paper, different quality paper, different standards of print, different inks, whether it has print or not, different lengths and even different diameter of straws. But you can enjoy your cheaper woolies straws, i'm happy for you, i'm sure they are good too. For our product this is a good deal, they are selling, so some people are happy enough with it.

              • +2 votes

                @Gpack:

                Go for wollies then. That's everyones option

                You heard the @Op, everyone goto Woolies?

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      They also don't state the size, they also now sell short ones these days for short glasses. We don't offer white.

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      Woolies has them around 3c ea

      Agreed. Cheaper elsewhere… -ve vote from me too…

  • +2 votes

    $7 delivery to Brisbane
    LOL

    • -3 votes

      Choose courier pickup LOL

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        Wouldn't you have to pay the courier to pick it up?

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          Thats right, if you can find a cheaper shipping rate, you can choose this option. (But as we stated, for 1 pack, not going to be worth it, you can drive your car down and pickup a pack at your super market cheaper.)

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    Shipping kinda kills this deal.

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      Yup it won't be great value if you only grab 1 pack and live in far away from us. We can post for $1.00 in an untracked envelope, but without tracking, we find many go 'missing' or never get delivered…. seems many buyers know they can just say item never turned up after receiving the item. :(

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        OzB is a wretched hive of scum and villainy.

      • +5 votes

        we find many go 'missing'

        So you're suggesting the postman is knocking off 20pk packs of paper straws ?

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          no, we are suggesting buyers are taking delivery, and then saying they didn't receive it. We had many instances like this, and when we turned on tracking (whereby delivery must be signed), those issues stopped.

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            @Gpack:

            we are suggesting buyers are taking delivery, and then saying they didn't receive it.

            really? for 99 cents… I doubt they can be bothered…

  • +6 votes

    I just drink with my mouth on the receptacle that I have filled with my drink of choice. Way cheaper.

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    Great no @ in greens have come here to state the cost of tree's .

    Gpack isn't it common biz sense X amount go missing , at this price tracking not worth it . The x amount lost in transit and stolen misplaced whatever is covered by the vast majority that gets through

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      we generally weight up the risk, but mostly for party items, people want it quickly and be sure it turns up. We can't track for them if its via a letter. We are also finding letter post via Australia Post is becoming slower as they reduce the frequency of deliveries for letters. All really depends, but usually for us, tracking has peace of mind for us and the buyer.

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