where would be the cheapest place to buy

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  1. JealousTinkerbell

    JealousTinkerbell Mouseketeer

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    Film...walgreens target...I am staying offsite at buena vista suites (so i am looking for something close by)[8203 world center drive]
    TIA :goodvibes
     
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  3. buzz2400

    buzz2400 <font color=teal>The TF waves to buzz2400's DS

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    I would say walmart. walmart seems to always be cheaper than anything else.
     
  4. undertheradar

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    Walgreens will be closer to your hotel. By the time you add in driving and all of the fun that entails, Walgreens will be cheaper.
     
  5. RoyalCanadian

    RoyalCanadian A Proud DVC Member @ SSR

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    You might find out that purchasing film before you leave Canada is the cheapest option. I have managed to get Kodak ASA 200 film at Canadian Tire for under $2.99/24 exp. roll. It survived x-rays from Toronto to Tel Aviv and back again -- it will survive anything Toronto Airport security and TSA folks can throw at it.
     
  6. MouseClubMom

    MouseClubMom <font color=FF66FF>Loves to dip Churros in Dole Wh

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    There is an Eckerd's directly across the street from BV Suites! Their prices would be comparable to Walgreens.
     

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