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[TAS] Snickers Crispier Trio 24 x 60g $5 @ Shiploads

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Low price on a box of Snickers Crisper that ends up being excellent value as you're getting a box with 24 bars inside.

It's not live on the Shiploads website yet so you can't check if you're local store has stock, however Shiploads said it's available in all stores now.

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  • +1 vote

    Spudshed has these for the same price in WA this week

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      Knowing Spudshed I would have thought they'd be much lower. Good that those in WA can also take advantage of cheap chocolate. These taste pretty good too.

  • +2 votes

    Contrary to those who say these particular ones are made in China,

    They are made in Russia

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      Confirmed…

      https://www.bigw.com.au/product/snickers-crisper-40g/p/87796...

      Second image, zoomed in, you can clearly see "made in Russia".

      Normal Snickers made in China. These ones made in Russia.

      Yeah… no thanks.
      Plenty of other food options made locally.

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        Like gluten in self raising flour. Oh wait no it's cheaper to get from China.

  • -1 vote

    These are horrible.

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    Man, is there a shiploads equivalent in Sydney for bargains like these

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      I'm not sure about Sydney but in Melbourne we have shops called NQR (Not Quite Right) and Cheaper Buy Miles which offers heavily discounted items usually almost out of date, discontinued lines or already out of date products. Can anyone else add to the list?

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        There was Dimmeys but I may have missed their folding.

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      You're not missing out on much. It's pretty similar to the reject shop. Not many food lines in there. They have a bit of jingoism going too, touting how it's Tassie owned, when it's full of Chinese (and Russian apparently!) junk. Like drivereli said, Melbourne has better discount stores and Sydney will as well.

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        Except it is Tassie owned. When Jan Cameron took over Chickenfeed she sacked the head office and purchasing in Hobart and moved it to Sydney. When she ruined that business the former Chickenfeed management swooped in and started Shiploads.

        Origin of where stock is made doesn't determine where it's owned. Besides, where are they going to get a lot of the products? Australia doesn't exactly have a manufacturing industry anymore due to China.

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        Bunnings, SCA, Kmart — who doesn't sell Chinese junk?

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    Its a trap!! wife bought this a week ago, we ate them all within a couple of days… net result : leveled up Type 2 Diabetes:( They were tasty tho, like little rice bubbles covered in caramel.

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      When the sweetest foods I've eaten have been muesli/granola in the past five years, these are mega-sweet.
      Can only handle 1/3 at a time. Thankfully they're three fun-size per pack.

      But jeez, at 21c a bar, cheap way to go.