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Super tip for promotional fighters.  Stocking up on some toilet paper quickly?  In this supermarket you pay 6 euros for 24 rolls |  hunters promo

Super tip for promotional fighters. Stocking up on some toilet paper quickly? In this supermarket you pay 6 euros for 24 rolls | hunters promo

Anyone who still wants to stock up on toilet paper should hurry to the supermarket today. For example, the low prices for toilet rolls in many supermarkets are fantastic to say the least. members hunters promo belgium Make it their super weekly tip for HLN readers.

Everyone needs toilet paper. If it can also be purchased at a low price, this is of course a plus. members Facebook group The Promojagers Really very excited about the topic.

Until Tuesday, November 1, the Jumbo chain of stores will sell 24 rolls of the Page brand (Type Complete Clean, 2 layers) for only 6 euros. A bargain, because you only pay 25 cents per roll.

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Colruyt offers a pack of toilet paper of the same brand for 5.92 euros in three pieces. You have to hurry though, because the shelves in many stores are already empty.

Albert Heijn is also taking part in the event. Anyone who buys a case of Page Complete Clean toilet paper will get the second package for free. The retail chain is asking €12.99 for 48 rolls, which drops to 27 cents per roll.

The Carrefour hypermarket offer is a little less advantageous. There is a 2+2 promotion on Scottex toilet paper until Monday, October 31st. One roll costs 31 cents when you buy four packs.

If you prefer white products, you can contact Action. For 24 private label toilet rolls (also 2 ply), you pay 4.99 euros there. This comes to about 21 cents per roll.

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