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50 minutes ago, Naam said:

...by putting a cap on the price of beer? :ermm:

"Let us make the world great again"

 

What, by capping the price of a pint?

 

Topic title quickly dumbed-down, no?

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1 hour ago, redwinecheese said:

my mom used to tell me "add 1 baht to another comes up to 10" end of quote.

fortunately if you add 10 baht to another 10 baht it becomes 100, then bingo you are millionaire :shock1:

did you follow her advice?

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I have been buying 4 packs of Leo cans for 151 Baht from Both famous  vendors 7 eleven and Family mart stores, but today Family mart rose the price 1 Baht
coming to 152 Baht.   So, I went to the nearest 7 eleven store to make sure if they sell for same price because if they did I would not go into why?   But I bought 4 packs for same old price 151 Baht.
For those who are interested in knowing greed this is the best example to show, they start raising prices gradually and in the end we all get ripped off easily by these greedy corporations.
Let us act now and boycott Family mart stores because if we do not then there is no reason to complain about how greedy corporations are.
p.s spread the word through out social media at least in LOS.

And you don't think ingredient and input costs in making consumer products go up year after year? Often retail price increases are not corporate greed, but simply necessary pass-on of increased costs to customers, so the company can remain in business. Expect companies to make products at a loss?
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12 hours ago, cheapskatesam said:

Has anyone ever actually worked out the most cost efficient method of buying beer and from where?

 

Cans? 

Bottles?

 

I went a different direction.  Took the oath in 1988.  Before that, I'd go out on a Friday night with a couple hundred dollars in my pocket and wake up Monday with no money and a bunch of ATM stubs.

 

Nowadays, I start the weekend with a hundred bucks, and still have some change on Monday morning...  I can't count high enough to figure out how much money I've saved over 28 years.

 

But it's not for everyone.

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14 hours ago, cheapskatesam said:

Has anyone ever actually worked out the most cost efficient method of buying beer and from where?

Cans? 

Bottles?

 

i think cheapest is stealing without getting caught.

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15 hours ago, jerojero said:


And you don't think ingredient and input costs in making consumer products go up year after year? Often retail price increases are not corporate greed, but simply necessary pass-on of increased costs to customers, so the company can remain in business. Expect companies to make products at a loss?

With all respect but I am boycotting family mart from now and on.

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Make me to wonder, How would these cheap charlies survive outside of Thailand.?

"convenience" stores the world over will markup 30% higher than competitors

and this guy crying greed over 1 baht

i think jesus weeps...

again

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6 minutes ago, bamukloy said:

How would these cheap charlies survive outside of Thailand.?

Well fyi cheap charlies can survive anywhere and real cheap charlies are the greedy billionaires who take my baht and everyone else's baht, penny you name it and they never contribute to society which made them rich in the first place!:post-4641-1156694606:

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