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30 Can pack of Coca-Cola (and diet) for £5.98 @ Costco (IN STORE)

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This offer is back again!! I saw it tonight at Trafford Park Costco. I took this picture tonight. Could be National too! 30 can pack of Coke and Diet Coke for £5.98 "Yes you need a card, or some… Read More
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
This offer is back again!! I saw it tonight at Trafford Park Costco. I took this picture tonight. Could be National too!

30 can pack of Coke and Diet Coke for £5.98

"Yes you need a card, or someone with a card, to get in".

The deal is still good, 6 extra cans for 98p on the Tesco deal is good but yes you need a membership card to get in.

*This is NOT a repost as the other offer ended and now this one is back*.

This does not include Coke Zero though I'm afraid.
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1 Like #1
Will be national, I suspect its to price match the Tesco offer for the 24 pack
3 Likes #2
Heat - for your excitement & enthusiasm
1 Like #3
It did include Coke Zero in Reading store yesterday
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japes
It did include Coke Zero in Reading store yesterday

I am guessing in the Trafford one they just are not in the full Christmas spirit yet ;)
Ahh well I thought this would be hotter now but a lot of non Costco members out there. Shame it is not easier to get a card, well I havent looked at the credentials for a while.
#5
Breaking news: wholesaler sells stuff cheaper than retail.
1 Like #6
Houstieboy
Breaking news: wholesaler sells stuff cheaper than retail.


NOT true. Most supermarkets use Coke as a loss leader. ie they sell it lower than cost price to get people shopping in store. So when the supermarkets offers are on, Costco is usually more expensive
#7
japes
Houstieboy
Breaking news: wholesaler sells stuff cheaper than retail.
NOT true. Most supermarkets use Coke as a loss leader. ie they sell it lower than cost price to get people shopping in store. So when the supermarkets offers are on, Costco is usually more expensive

Also Costco sells cans that are permitted to be resold (shops/cafes etc.) which typically pushes the price. So your sarky comment was rude and inaccurate.
#8
These 30 packs have a mark on them "Multipack can not to be sold separately". Not that it makes any difference to me.

EDIT: Though saying that, mine is coke zero.

Edited By: bobinio on Dec 16, 2016 10:28
#9
bobinio
These 30 packs have a mark on them "Multipack can not to be sold separately". Not that it makes any difference to me.
EDIT: Though saying that, mine is coke zero.

So do the 24 can pack from the supermarkets don't they?
#10
Brabus_Duddy
bobinio
These 30 packs have a mark on them "Multipack can not to be sold separately". Not that it makes any difference to me.
EDIT: Though saying that, mine is coke zero.
So do the 24 can pack from the supermarkets don't they?

Yeah as far as I know.
#11
Banterlicious
japes
Houstieboy
Breaking news: wholesaler sells stuff cheaper than retail.
NOT true. Most supermarkets use Coke as a loss leader. ie they sell it lower than cost price to get people shopping in store. So when the supermarkets offers are on, Costco is usually more expensive
Also Costco sells cans that are permitted to be resold (shops/cafes etc.) which typically pushes the price. So your sarky comment was rude and inaccurate.
With the "Multipack can not to be sold separately" branding? I don't think so, genius.
#12
Houstieboy
Banterlicious
japes
Houstieboy
Breaking news: wholesaler sells stuff cheaper than retail.
NOT true. Most supermarkets use Coke as a loss leader. ie they sell it lower than cost price to get people shopping in store. So when the supermarkets offers are on, Costco is usually more expensive
Also Costco sells cans that are permitted to be resold (shops/cafes etc.) which typically pushes the price. So your sarky comment was rude and inaccurate.
With the "Multipack can not to be sold separately" branding? I don't think so, genius.


They do se they do sell ones in crates which can be sold separately

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