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Happy, Happy Soy Boy 6x1L cartons $22.68 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Just missed out on the Bonsoy deal earlier so I went and checked for Soy Boy on the off chance and BOOM there it was for a similar price. Very happy because these are better than Bonsoy IMO

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP!

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    Perfect thanks

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    Unavailable… went quickly

  • -1 vote

    This is normal price…

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    I paid $24 a couple days ago for 8 1lt cartons

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      Yeh I get the 6pack @ $17.60 every few months. There are at least 3 or 4 online stores selling this for $22 at the moment.

      • +2 votes

        There are at least 3 or 4 online stores selling this for $22 at the moment.

        An important detail you've left out is the additional postage prices of those online stores.

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          Yes fair point. Although some do click and collect. And free shipping over a certain spend. Just pointing this out in the best interest of the ozbargin community.

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        Where from fellow Ozb??

        • +2 votes

          I always stock up at iPantry when they have a 20% off sale. I buy a few boxes which qualifies me for free delivery. Last time I purchased was in March. Think there was a weekend in May recently aswell.

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            @Ragzs: Cheers! I'll keep my eyes peeled, i usually buy in bulk from a distributor that services cafes but have to order 25+ carton at a go to save time/delivery haha, works out to be close to $20 ea

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        Where do you get this so cheap every 6 months?

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    What's the difference in this and Coles soy milk ?

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      This is designed for coffee. Has a higher pH level. Easier to stretch with a steam wand. Overall better texture and flavour for coffee.

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        It gives more creamy taste ?

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          I personally think the more expensive soy milks are creamier, which is probably due to the amount of actual soy bean in it.

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          Yep this is definitely most creamy soy I've had. Has slightly higher amount of sodium in it which gives slightly higher level of conductivity than other mylks.

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            @Ragzs: @Ragzs @Lorindor

            Is there any other item for use to make Tea more creamier and thick ?