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Mayver's Super Natural Smooth Peanut Butter 375g $2.50 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Do you want to buy apocalyptic quantities of Mayver's for half price at Woolworths?
Are you embarrassed about what the checkout staff will think when they see you've got a decades supply of delicious natural nut butter in your trolley?
Well worry no more! Amazon have you covered.
Get this popular OzBargain deal delivered to your door.

Note: Only for the Natural Smooth variety, perhaps the price will update on the others later today.

Edit: Dark Roaster Crunchy in stock - https://www.amazon.com.au/Mayvers-Crunchy-Roast-Peanut-Butter/dp/B082XYD2ZS/ Sold out

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  • From reading the description in the link, it appears this contains soft fats.

  • The crunchy still full price though . Damn.

  • Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks.

  • This any better than Skippy's from Costco?

  • Ordered, thanks OP. Saved my trip to Woolies.

  • I just read that as MacGyver's … one could hope.

  • +5 votes

    I love this brand. And as someone who keeps jars to use for jam making etc, I especially love that the labels can easily be removed!

  • My local Woolies was already out of Dark Roasted. I hope Amazon drop the price on that too.

  • Gone faster than woolies!

    Also cheaper at woolies combined with 5% off egift cards.

  • in for 6x, thanks op! Always buy the woolies/coles organic for $5, this is half price….so great deal…..

  • Did they rename 'peanut butter' into 'peanut spread' for this particular version (with a new label) or is it different from this?

  • Mine says:

    Arriving Aug 10 - Aug 18

  • Pretty sure they were $2.75 At my loca Woolies today

  • Has anyone ever seen almond butter on sale? Sorry, not directly related to peanut butter

  • +1 vote

    I ordered only 1, will i be accepted in post apocalyptic world ?

  • Dark roasted is the best choice..

  • +1 for description.

  • I used to go for the Mayvers, had 6 spare jars in the pantry… Even got one of the Mayvers 'Jar Stirrers'.

    Then I saw this on the shelf at Coles - https://shop.coles.com.au/a/national/product/purely-nuts-nat...

    Had me at 'Crunchy Chunks'…

    Expensive yes, but totally worth it.

    Never going back..

    • UPDATE: I ordered 3 Jars of the Dark Crunchy - You can NEVER have too much Peanut Butter.

  • Bought 20 at woolies today :)

  • +2 votes

    I purchased four jars of Tahini, via a recent Amazon price-match. The contents were not padded at all but rather sent in ZIP-LOCK PLASTIC BAGS in a box that was twice the size of the jars. One jar broke, unbeknownst to me, and as I reached in, I sliced open my finger quite deep. Lots of blood and a trip to the hospital to get stitches. One millimetre lower and I would have lost the use of that finger and I am a Writer and Illustrator. I have a permanent scar now. I bought a fifth, single jar, to see what the packaging would be like and it was wrapped and padded to the hilt.

    AmazonAU's responses have been extremely disappointing in resolving the issue. Feel free to let me know if you experience similar packaging issues, and, in any case, be careful! (Amazon, if you see this: DO NOT CONTACT ME HERE!)

    Feel free to offer any legal advice, too.

    • I ordered two beer steins off them last year, and they shipped from the US in VERY minimally-padded envelopes. One made it intact, which was something of a miracle. I know they just play the odds with their packaging, but it's annoying how little they care about the waste they create, both in their packaging and shipping solutions.

      • +1 vote

        In my case they were quite economical.

        Thanks for your reply. Your purchase… it sounds like a third-party seller? Regardless, Amazon are responsible at the end of the day. Glad you weren't injured.

        • And they refunded the price for both, so I got one for free, it's just their corporate attitude that bugs me (so I don't use them when I can avoid it).

      • It's so bad for the environment and wastage these small deliveries in my view.

        • +1 vote

          (In the event that you're replying to me)

          You're right and if you're calling me out for my previous messages about the environment, you ought to. But it's rare that I buy things of this nature, and rare that I spend money, and I save any boxes for my inevitable move when I buy a home.

          I also sell stuff on eBay occasionally and the boxes I save are reused. I'm by no means perfect, but I am definitely aiming for a very low carbon footprint in the future, and I am aware of my shortcomings and often discover things which I can improve on.

          I'm hoping major supermarkets will follow the lead of smaller eco-aware companies and sell lots of their items without packaging (flour, pasta, legumes, etc. - we just need to bring in the sacks/ containers/ jars). Every bit helps. We also should grow as much produce as possible, too. That should be taught in Primary School, imo, since it could make such a huge impact. And working in the soil is so good for human psychology.

          Also, once I move I will be donating the large boxes on a FB buy and sell group, where I've noticed it's become a thing.

  • I’m more worried what the postie thinks of me with all my online ordering, and I don’t order much

  • This deal is now available for Dark Roasted Smooth - https://www.amazon.com.au/Mayvers-Smooth-Roast-Peanut-Butter...

  • Available again (Back order)

  • Available again (back order 2-4 weeks), probably won't last long.

  • The best peanuts butters are ones that only contain peanuts and salt.

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