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To: John Carragher who wrote (163933)12/1/2019 2:05:45 PM
From: SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)1 Recommendation

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John Carragher

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I have been buying more and more from Amazon.ca. I just ordered Calcium/Magnesium supplement that I have to take, a bottle of 200 is $8.05 Canadian, in the discount supermarket its $10.48 for the exact same brand. I paid 14 bucks at my pharmacy.



To: John Carragher who wrote (163933)12/1/2019 2:10:09 PM
From: clochard1 Recommendation

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John Carragher

  Respond to of 164164
 
I do buy from Amazon and pay for Prime too. Even if they carry many carefully curated items I find myself buying many things through eBay because of the thousands of speciality sellers who run entire shops and use normal shipping services. Amazon carries every imaginable cable for smartphones but for metal thermostatically controlled bathroom towel warmers for example eBay would have a hundred times more products from more reliable sellers than Amazon.