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SkipTheDishes Revealed Canada's Most Expensive Orders Last Year & They're So Extra

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SkipTheDishes Canada Revealed 2020's Most Expensive Orders

The most expensive SkipTheDishes Canada orders for 2020 have been revealed to Narcity and we were shocked to see that some people have been having a seriously fancy pandemic.

The most expensive order in Canada was in Edmonton. Costing $900.27, it consisted of three bottles of Dom Pérignon. 

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In B.C., the most expensive order was $844.50 and included four bottles of Veuve Clicquot Brut, two bottles of Don Julio Blanco, two bottles of Glenfiddich 12 year and two bottles of Los Siete Misterios Mezcal. 

In Ontario, the biggest bill was $779.90 and the person ordered 30 salads, 12 pad Thai and 10 red curries. Meanwhile in Quebec, the biggest order was $737.25 and it was all sushi. 

The most orders made by one person in 2020 was an Albertan who ordered SkipTheDishes a whopping 962 times. That's more than twice a day, every single day.  

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