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Best Prices Orijen / Acana?

So for it looks like Mr Chewy because of free shipping though doggiefood.com specials seem to make it about the same .......anybody else?

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This place has pretty good prices. I'm sure I've ordered from here before.

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Are you saying Champion products aren't available in your area?? Bummer if so. There is a huge price difference here. 57 vs 43 for adult, could be off a little. Acana Ranchlands is 20 less than Reg. Red. The 2 fish products are also about a 20 buck difference. E-mail Champion and tell them about your not being able to get it in your area. Heck, might be a great job opportunity if you could get the distribution contract. They have a new investor and I know that want to produce more product. What a great opportunity for someone. Orijen just fly's off the shelves in stores here.
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$4.95 flat rate shipping on orders under $59

Free 2-3 day FedEx on orders $59 and more

29.5lb bag of Acana Wild Prairie $59.99

They also have a recurring scheduled delivery option
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I'm paying 83 including tax a bag in Canada for Orijen LBP...so these prices sound good.


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A local store in my area sells the Orijen 6 Fish 29.7 lb. bag for $63.99 and the Acana Pacifica 29.7 lb. bag for $54.99. I didn't price out any of the other formulas, but those are by far the best prices I've seen for either of those.
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$4.95 flat rate shipping on orders under $59

Free 2-3 day FedEx on orders $59 and more

29.5lb bag of Acana Wild Prairie $59.99

They also have a recurring scheduled delivery option
That sounds like a pretty good deal!
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Are you saying Champion products aren't available in your area?? Bummer if so. There is a huge price difference here. 57 vs 43 for adult, could be off a little. Acana Ranchlands is 20 less than Reg. Red. The 2 fish products are also about a 20 buck difference. E-mail Champion and tell them about your not being able to get it in your area. Heck, might be a great job opportunity if you could get the distribution contract. They have a new investor and I know that want to produce more product. What a great opportunity for someone. Orijen just fly's off the shelves in stores here.
I can buy the products in my area but at small specialty stores. It looks like a large local pet food supply has picked it up but they are more expensive than the online sources. Honestly, the carbon footprint for sending Orijen to me is not much different for sending it to them. Not to mention my time and gas money to go get it. My customer service experience at online retailers has well exceeded my experience buying locally. Would like to support local business but they need to adjust to a changing market.

So far Mr Chewy is winning the price war but the discount on doggiefood makes it a wash and they have given my excellent customer service.

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Thats a shame. I live North of Seattle about 15 miles in the suburbs called Edmonds/Lynnwood and the 3 pet stores I go to are all pretty close and they all are very customer friendly. I have taken dog food back with no questions, just because Tony really wasn't interested in the food. He was eating it just not that fast. This area is very dog friendly.

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I use this place its local and they give you $5 off a big bag. Prices seem good.


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