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Quilton 3 Ply Toilet Tissue, Pack of 45 $17.49 (S&S $15.74) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/$39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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FREE delivery: on orders over $39.00 shipped by Amazon.

Save more with: Subscribe & Save: 10% $15.74 ($0.35 / Count)

CHEMWR: $13.99 @ 36x180 = (6480 sheets) = (13.99 / 6480 * 1000) = $2.158950617283951/1000 sheets

AMAZON : $17.49 @ 45x180 = (8100 sheets) = (17.49 / 8100 * 1000) = $2.159259259259259/1000 sheets

TY beeawwb

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    Can someone clarify how does the Amazon S&S deal with the price changes of the item? Does it always charge the same amount as per the initial subscription or it varies as per the price fluctuations

    • +3 votes

      Latter.

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        thanks for the input. That may become a bad choice from the consumer perspective as the price can increase anytime and we cannot do free returns for these S&S items despite Prime membership.

        • +4 votes

          You get ample notification before your next SS delivery. You can cancel the subscription if you don't think it is meeting your price criteria.

        • +2 votes

          You're not locked into a subscription, you can cancel at any time.

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            @Timm: Yeah, you can cancel anytime. I usually do it once I receive the order.
            One of the reasons you can select for cancelling is something to the effect of "I only subscribed for the initial discount".

    • +2 votes

      It's current price at the time of dispatch - 10% discount

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        Can one simply do a subscribe and save and then cancel it immediately after the first delivery?
        Or are you locked in for at least a few cycles

        • +7 votes

          I always cancel. No issues.

        • +1 vote

          Me too, order and cancel… never had a drama

    • +2 votes

      It changes but it's always reasonable and well worth the convenience. There's a review period too, so you'll see the price and you can opt out that month if they've changed the price to $1000/roll

      Also, remember that toilet paper cures covid and better safe than sorry.

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    Great stuff, OP. This is a fantastic deal on S&S.

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    My butt says: once go 4 ply, never go back to 3 ply. Great deal anyway.

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      You haven't lived until you have used 5 ply.

      • +1 vote

        just use 8 ply, = 4 ply TWICE! use it twice as fast! LOL

        • +1 vote

          You’d know…

    • +2 votes

      Fold it over and have six ply.

  • +6 votes

    Love the 15dp accuracy on the cost calculation. Upvote just for maths

  • +1 vote

    But I still have 10 shipping containers of the stuff from last year?

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    Aldi is $7.99 / 24 / 180 * 1000 = $1.84 (ALL YEAR, no switcheroo deals)

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      So how much is it? Comes in a box of 4 if I remember.

      • +1 vote

        7.99 for 24 rolls, 180 sheets each

    • +1 vote

      Not the same quality as Quilton.

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        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/605628#comment-10111581

        Jimboaus thinks they're the same, I don't mind either.

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          Last time I tried them they weren't the same quality as confirmed by my bum hole.

          I'm willing to give it another shot… I swap it and won't let my family know. I'll report back to see if there are any complaints.

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            @JimB: Try Coles So Soft if you have one nearby: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/10113219/redir

            • -1 vote

              @ak47wong: Cheers! I'll also give it a go..

              Choice rated it to have the same softness as the Quilton at a slightly cheaper price.

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            @JimB: Quilton quality has degraded from past years imo. Aldi one is slightly rougher but not too bad for everyday price.

            • +1 vote

              @dingdong3000: You're probably right.

              My bum hole is missing the Emporia 4 ply that was on special a few years ago. I stocked up about a year or two's worth back then.

              • +1 vote

                @JimB: Your bum hole seems to have a lot of opinions.

                • +2 votes

                  @ak47wong: Opinions are like bum holes. Everybody has one.

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                  @ak47wong: No one thinks of the poor bum hole until it stops working (or is working overtime).

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                    @JimB: Or the owner had spicy food.

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                      @RSmith: The ring of fire.

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                        @JimB: Cinnamon ring of fire.

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        • +2 votes

          OK, will try it.

          Just because it's made by Quilton doesn't mean it's the same…

          Aldi may have specified a cheaper/thinner or better product compared to Quliton 3 ply. I'm not saying that's the case, but it's a possibility.

          i.e. Bulla make ice cream for Woolworths home brand.. but the quality is lower because Woolworths wants it at a certain price point.

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      Aldi don't delivery. Amazon does so you can buy it anywhere in the country.

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      Not as good

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        Well, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

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          Opinion of many it seems.

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            @Laziofogna: Totally understand and it suits me fine, really. Fewer people rushing to buy what I want.

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    OOS…

    • +1 vote

      occupational overuse syndrome

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        Out of s#!ts…

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    Who does it per 1000 sheets though? The proper unit of measure should be per 100 sheets.

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      Everyone else is using cents per 100 sheets. OP goes with dollars to 15 decimal points per 1000 sheets.

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        OP be trollin'.

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    Last time i bought this i received 5x9 rolls… so the people saying bigger packs aren't softer - yeah I dunno. the 9pk don't feel that soft anymore either

  • +4 votes

    Back in stock but they put the price up to $20 and $18 for s&s

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    Look at you guys constantly buying toilet paper, a real ozbargainer would recycle their toilet paper.

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    OP can you calculate against Kirkland?

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      Costco is hard to calculate due to the membership fee

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        So is Amazon prime.

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          more people have amazon prime though, throughout australia.

          not all have costco

  • +3 votes

    Back in Stock with discounted price.

    • +1 vote

      You were faster than I was.

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    Price back to $20 again? Seems I am late again

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      Correct, you're late. Triple c is your friend.

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        Refreshed a few times and price drop again
        Able to score 1 haha

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          Congrats and welcome to the roller coaster …

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      back to $15.74 now

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    Need same day shipping, out of paper on the bog right now

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    Some news article reporting Aldi tissue is the same factory as Quilton with inner cardboard roll showing Quilton. Is it really true? If so Aldi is the new bargain

  • +2 votes

    You may get extra $3 off from following deal from Cashrewards.

    $3 Bonus Cashback on $15 Spend at Any Active Online Store

    I've checked the TP is under Health & Household, which is eligible for 6% cashback from Cashrewards.

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      Not for S&S tho
      Still, $3 has a better value than 10% which is $1.7

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    Just to add the bumfusion, Costco sells 48 rolls of 270 sheets each (12,960 sheets) @ $24 translating to $1.85 per 1000 sheets. That is $0.185/100 sheets. This is their standard price without any coupons. If you get there when a coupon is active, lucky

  • +1 vote

    Received the 5x9 pack. They must have run out of the 45. I prefer the 5x9 because the plastic wrap doesnt squish the rolls as tight out of shape.

    Got it in a box too which is by far better than getting a satchel because I can reuse boxes. Satchels just go straight into the bin. Satchels are bad for the environment especially the plastic ones.