Bounty Select-a-Size Paper Towels, White, 12 Huge Rolls
|Price:||$27.94 - $457.11|
- 2X more absorbent,* so you can use less (*Vs. the Custom-Size-It® brand in the U.S. and the Premium Green Leaf Towel in Canada.)
- The Quicker Picker Upper (Vs. leading ordinary brand)
- 12 Huge Rolls = 30 Regular Rolls
- Select-A-Size™ White Sheets (158 sheets per roll)
- If you love Bounty® paper towels, try Bounty Quilted Napkins®
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Ever try one of those 'bargain' paper towels and go through so many sheets that the roll just disappears. with bounty, the roll doesn't disappear. Bounty select-a-size paper towels are 2x more absorbent, so you can use less. Bounty select-a-size paper towels quickly absorbs messes, so you can clean up and move on without wasting time or towels. Choose the paper towel you can count on: bounty, the longer-lasting quicker picker uppers. The custom-size-it brand in the u.s. and the premium green leaf towel in Canada. vs. Leading ordinary brand.
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I assume the point of all these sizes is to make it impossible to price compare ("wait, which is more, 6 Mega rolls or 8 Giant rolls?"). Intentional obfuscation like this is basically just hostile to consumers...so screw Bounty.
Right now people are discussing that Bounty (is down to) 175 sheets.
Well my recent delivery says only 157, whihc is even less than the current picture shows at 158.
Basically, "Huge" is 25% less than it was 4 years ago - but still the same pricing.
Sneaky way to effectively increase the price by actually giving less and less of the product over time. Bounty is hoping that its consumers won't notice but if they do, they will still buy Bounty -- which frankly is what I am doing.
The product itself is its usual greatness -- I just go through the rolls 25% faster than I used to because in fact there is 25% less product.
Furthermore, the reduction in the number of sheets between my last two shipments is pretty glaring. As are the price hikes.
Do they pay people to come up with these schemes? Do they pay them handsomely and give them fat bonuses based on how stealthily they can gouge the public? Because that would be shameful.
Don't let Bounty get away with it.
My dollars (and stars) are going elsewhere.