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2X2L Irn Bru £1.00 @ B&M

£1.00 @ B&M Retail
Bargain, this may be Scotland only but I've seen this in quite a few stores this week Read More
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Bargain, this may be Scotland only but I've seen this in quite a few stores this week
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2 Likes #1
good find op, heat added
1 Like #2
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sradmad
good find op, heat added
Cheers :)



I forgot to post yesterday after seeing it in a third store this week in a different region, found it in my iPhone and went oh yeah...

PS there was no diet - that is on in Tesco Metro at £2 for 2 x 2L - may include Extra/Superstore/Express stores ?
#3
This is the stuff for hangovers!
1 Like #4
Nicola Sturgeon needed an emergency blood transfusion and they used Irn-bru. True story that!
1 Like #5
90p in my local go 6 packs on Wednesday
3 Likes #6
Barrs soft drinks and Garvies soft drinks were basically all you could get back in 1960's /70's Scotland.

Good times.

Limeade was a favourite.

Only glass bottles.

No cans back then.

Us kids used to raid the bins for the bottles that had a return value that got you some penny caramels.

Halcyon days.





Edited By: Gallus on Oct 09, 2016 01:50: Update
1 Like #7
Excellent find op, heat added
#8
Nice one thanks. Unfortunately none in our local yesterday in Rugby, Warwickshire. I know OP posted this last night but I happened to be looking for some yesterday afternoon in there so would have noticed. Maybe regional overstock? They've had a load of fanta summer fruits in 3l bottles in my local for £1 before with a short shelf life & nowhere else so may be a similar local area thing. Hot if you get some though. Thanks anyway.
1 Like #9
Graham1979
Nicola Sturgeon needed an emergency blood transfusion and they used Irn-bru. True story that!

what a waste!
#10
Full of sugar. Does not have any health benefits rather a sugar bomb for obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.
4 Likes #11
sam_of_london
Full of sugar. Does not have any health benefits rather a sugar bomb for obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.


Yawn.
#12
Anyone know if they have Diet Irn Bru too?
#13
Love Irn Bru. Nothing comes close - except maybe Cherry Coke with a dash of Rum or Fireball Whiskey. Certainly not Diet Irn Bru.....
#14
Gallus
Barrs soft drinks and Garvies soft drinks were basically all you could get back in 1960's /70's Scotland.

Good times.

Limeade was a favourite.

Only glass bottles.

No cans back then.

Us kids used to raid the bins for the bottles that had a return value that got you some penny caramels.

Halcyon days.






Solripe and Dunns as well in Glasgow :-)
1 Like #15
Heat added
#16
What stores in scotland has this been seen? Cheers

Edited By: Layton2014 on Oct 09, 2016 12:24
#17
Ross81
Gallus
Barrs soft drinks and Garvies soft drinks were basically all you could get back in 1960's /70's Scotland.

Good times.

Limeade was a favourite.

Only glass bottles.

No cans back then.

Us kids used to raid the bins for the bottles that had a return value that got you some penny caramels.

Halcyon days.






Solripe and Dunns as well in Glasgow :-)


Do you remember the Alpine van coming round? We'd get 6 every Thursday n they'd be done by Saturday. mmmm pineappleade
#18
sam_of_london
Full of sugar. Does not have any health benefits rather a sugar bomb for obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.


Full of virtue signalling. Does not have any benefits to the deal. :P Also sugar doesn't cause diabetes.

I guarantee you eat or drink something that doesn't provide health benefits.
#19
feefeedee
Ross81
Gallus
Barrs soft drinks and Garvies soft drinks were basically all you could get back in 1960's /70's Scotland.
Good times.
Limeade was a favourite.
Only glass bottles.
No cans back then.
Us kids used to raid the bins for the bottles that had a return value that got you some penny caramels.
Halcyon days.
Solripe and Dunns as well in Glasgow :-)
Do you remember the Alpine van coming round? We'd get 6 every Thursday n they'd be done by Saturday. mmmm pineappleade
Bon Accord, the smiley man logo, before smiles were a thing :D


http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/proud-granddaughter-launches-new-range-8482696

Edited By: seaniboy on Oct 10, 2016 19:27: edit
#20
Layton2014
What stores in scotland has this been seen? Cheers
Fife, Perth, Dundee
#21
Ross81
Gallus
Barrs soft drinks and Garvies soft drinks were basically all you could get back in 1960's /70's Scotland.
Good times.
Limeade was a favourite.
Only glass bottles.
No cans back then.
Us kids used to raid the bins for the bottles that had a return value that got you some penny caramels.
Halcyon days.
Solripe and Dunns as well in Glasgow :-)
We had Struthers which was Kristal Clear branded. Also the Alpine van came round but it didn't come close to the Struthers stuff but was a bigger bottle
#22
Only 45p for 2 litres in lidl
#23
Is that a different (not very nice) brand though kelly? I've tried their own label stuff and didn't much like it.
#24
kellyrose_1984
Only 45p for 2 litres in lidl
Bru is 45p in Lidl ? or the fake crap ?
#25
nice find
#26
Not in a B&M that I was in (Scottish shop)

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