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    I just looked online and it's weird, the 2kg (min) and the 1.7kg (min) are both the same price?? $7.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    I just looked online and it's weird, the 2kg (min) and the 1.7kg (min) are both the same price?? $7.99
    Yes they are.

    Mine only shows the 1.7 kgs but other place gives the option of half leg min 1.0 kg than the other 2.
    All for the same price.


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    My guess is that when you see the receipt if they have selected a 2kg leg then you will be charged $16. I've found this to be the case when I've purchased fruit, veggies and meat through online shopping.

    As I said before though, it's still a bargain.

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    I've never been so glad I don't eat lamb. I'm totally lost. You need a maths degree to buy food these days.

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    Thanks heaps I got two! I'd never done online before so I'm a bit scared at what will show up! Eek

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    My guess is that when you see the receipt if they have selected a 2kg leg then you will be charged $16. I've found this to be the case when I've purchased fruit, veggies and meat through online shopping.

    As I said before though, it's still a bargain.
    I know when I shop online they don't calculate the exact weight and charge you later, it's more you pay x amount for a minimum weight of meat

    Like you pay $10 for T-bone steak and it'll specify min weight is 500g

    So what you pay for on the receipt then and there is the actual price

    Shame I don't need anything else so not worth the $13 delivery fee

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    I've got a screen shot that says $7.99ea so if they try to charge me that per kg I won't be allowing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I know when I shop online they don't calculate the exact weight and charge you later, it's more you pay x amount for a minimum weight of meat

    Like you pay $10 for T-bone steak and it'll specify min weight is 500g

    So what you pay for on the receipt then and there is the actual price

    Shame I don't need anything else so not worth the $13 delivery fee
    Yeah I normally end up ahead. Say, pay for 500g chicken and they send 700g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I know when I shop online they don't calculate the exact weight and charge you later, it's more you pay x amount for a minimum weight of meat

    Like you pay $10 for T-bone steak and it'll specify min weight is 500g

    So what you pay for on the receipt then and there is the actual price

    Shame I don't need anything else so not worth the $13 delivery fee
    You can do 'click and collect' order online and pick up at the store... no fee, just have to spend $30

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    Quote Originally Posted by MayoBean View Post
    You can do 'click and collect' order online and pick up at the store... no fee, just have to spend $30

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    I did not know this! Off to oder some lamb

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