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Quilton Gold 4 Ply Toilet Tissue 30 Pack $13.75 ($12.38 S&S) + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Quilton Gold 4 Ply Toilet Tissue 30 Pack $13.75 ($12.38 Subscribe & save)


23/04: Available again

28/04: Available again

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    Thank you!

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    good price but I have already had enough

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    Thanks, I've been waiting for this one

    • +12 votes

      Constipated?

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    Question - if I add this to subscribe and save but instead of getting it delivered now get it delivered for my next cycle (in a few weeks), if the price goes up when its due for delivery, am I charged at todays price or the price in a few weeks when the delivery is due?

    • +2 votes

      Price at the time it gets shipped. So if you want this price, buy now. I was due for my S&S delivery in 2 weeks time, and that price was showing at ~$18. So i cancelled that and re-subbed to this.

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        Yeah this is what I thought but I added an item yesterday for delivery in my next cycle. The price has since doubled from yesterday but when I go into my account and look at the next delivery for a few weeks, the item is still in there for the price it was yesterday. So now I am confused.

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        But if you subscribe to a price, it doesn’t lock it in, right?
        The prices can go up and down?

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          S&S doesn't lock the price. So have keep an eye on pricing. kinda useless to me but I'm happy with 10% lol

  • +4 votes

    I'm guessing this is effectively a price match for Woolworth's sale on their 12 pack. if you don't need 30, Woolies might be a good alternative for smaller numbers. You can then take advantage of Woolies Gift Cards as well, though Amazon still slightly takes the advantage if you go for sub-and-save then cancel after.

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      Yes. Amazon don't do sales regularly. They just price match competition.

      Prime day and leading into Christmas Amazon does sales.

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    I'm interested in finding out if people actually find that they use less sheets/wipe with the 4ply v the 3ply or do the 4ply run out?

    • +9 votes

      Housemates yank on the roll like they're starting a Victa lawnmower. 4 ply or one, they'll use an armlength to protect their hands from the ol rusty back hoe.

    • +3 votes

      i just use my bus ticket

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      I use less, I use 3 sheets on 2 play, 2 sheets on 3ply and one sheet on 4ply

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      Not enough granularity with 4ply - what if I want 5 sheets?

  • +3 votes

    4200 sheets (30x140) 4ply - $13.75
    8100 sheets (45x180) 3ply - $20.00

    • +3 votes

      Isn't the 45 pack much better value for $18.00?

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        In theory you should be using less of the 4ply so it's hard to tell which one is better value.

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          I bought 2x 4ply and 1x 3ply, which took me over $39 for free delivery.

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          I use the same one square per wipe regardless of thickness so the 45 pack is better value for me. Though I do have to buy more hand wash on occasion so nfi

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        Before or after S&S price is irrelevant if you compare value between both products - $13.75 vs $20 or $12.38 vs $18 is same.

  • +1 vote

    Are these better than the Aldi ones? There was an article about Aldi ones are much Cheaper and same quality.

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      It depends who you ask. The Aldi's army will always say Also is better. I think this is better, softer and even the sheets rip effortless

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        Hopefully don't tear easily when you're counting on it.

        I didn't pull the trigger quick enough, still got some from last time. I cancelled a s&s yesterday for this.

        24 pack aldi is a good go to for 8$ (or whatever), smaller rolls no doubt. You can use less sheets with 4 ply

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    Got one, thanks op.

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    Toilet rolls are soo 2020 !

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    Thanks Andy.

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    Missed it… by THAT much.

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      Back in stock mate

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    Well, it's the same price at woolies anyway (without the S&S)

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    Back in stock

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    Available again

    @phorte

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    I think this one it's just too thick…King size is much better

  • +1 vote

    I will wait for Amazon offer on 3 ply one.

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      Because these are 4-ply, a roll lasts soooooo much longer than 3-ply. I bought a 30-pack of this in probably October or November of 2019 - well before the pandemic panic buying set in.

      I still have a dozen rolls from that pack.

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        Must be a true OzBargainer!

        I guess you take all your sh!ts at work then?

  • -2 votes

    I like the Quilton King size Gold (20 pack for $12 at Coles) best of both worlds, but more expensive.

    Unfortunately Coles in my area no longer stock them.

    I wonder how much Quilton would save if they mass produced only say King size Gold in a single pack size and whether they could pass on the savings to the public to bring the cost down to that of cheaper product: less inventory costs and different equipment for premium product. I'm not convinced having choice of inferior versions is the right way to go.

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      Thank you.

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    Rip just missed it too :((

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    No longer available. :(

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    Its back in stock!

  • +2 votes

    Available again

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    Just noticed that, missed out last time :)

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    Available again

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    Available again now.

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    Available again now for $13.75 (12.38 S&S ).Prime free delivery.