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Thread: Aldi's TP
05-25-2008, 02:34 AM #1
i saw someone ask about trash bags...
i wonder about toliet paper... its $1 cheaper then other store brands .. i am wondering if it compares
Normally i would buy the pink bunny kind from foodlion or basic from walmart at almost $7 per 24 roll
05-25-2008, 02:55 AM #2
Yep, Scott seems to be the best for the buck.
05-25-2008, 05:51 AM #3
Thanks ... here lately i have been using charmin ( the rolls last me a pretty long time NOW atleast... right after giving birth i was going through TP like CRAZY!!... i was seriously tempted to buy a ton of wash cloths and use them instead of tp!! but then things calmed back down ) and price wise way close to the store brand ( expecially with coupons) .... i am going to have to check out Scott Extra Soft.. used to be scott was like trying to wipe with a scrubbie
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05-25-2008, 09:24 AM #4
I guess it depends what you are comparing it to. I've been a Scott plain old 1000 sheets user for years, and only buy it on sale for 50 cents a roll. Aldi's has a 4-pack of 1000-sheets tp for $2.29. That's 57 cents a roll. A bit higher, but I want to have an alternative for when we need it, and Scott's isn't on sale. Or I don't want to use the extra gas to buy it on sale.
I just tried the Aldi one, and it was a tiny bit thinner paper. But it wasn't bad. I'll buy it again. 57 cents is a lot better than the Scott at $1 a roll full price.
09-08-2008, 12:23 AM #5
Qtkitty, I'm with ya. I bought two flannel sheets at the Goodwill for $4 total. I'm going to cut them up and zigzag the edges. Vola, TP!
09-08-2008, 12:29 AM #6
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Best bang for the buck. Scott 1000 sheets.
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