72 cans of Irn Bru for £17 (24p a can) Farmfoods Dalkeith Edinburgh - HotUKDeals
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72 cans of Irn Bru for £17.00 (24p a can) Farmfoods Dalkeith Edinburgh

£17.00 @ FarmFoods
24 pack of Irn Bru x3 for £17 at Dalkeith, Edinburgh Farmfoods. 24p a can is a decent price! Read More
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24 pack of Irn Bru x3 for £17 at Dalkeith, Edinburgh Farmfoods. 24p a can is a decent price!
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#1
Yum :p
#2
Why so cold that's a decent price?
1 Like #3
It's only 25p a can at Iceland, Xtra is the same price (8 cans for £2)

Edited By: philmitchell on Jul 07, 2017 17:49: Jul 07, 2017 17:49
#4
Shame it's not Tizer as Irn Bru is about the most disgusting soft drink that can have only been designed for someone with no taste buds or so drunk they will drink anything.
#5
Also invented by the Americans...
#6
mb021
Also invented by the Americans...
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :)
#7
why would anyone want 72 cans of this stuff, just asking?
#8
Gordinho
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :D
Made in Scotland from girders.
#9
Just add the whiskey my man and we're set eh boy...!!!
#10
why these beverage make kids behave differently?
#11
This is the usual price for IrnBru (Tango, Vimto, Pepsi) at Farmfoods. Was previously £16 for three. Go online (or if you get the leaflet through the door, use the ones in there) for £2.50 off £25-£49.99, £5 off £50-74.99, £2.50 + £5 vouchers off £75-£99.99, £10 off £100-£124.99 etc.
#12
Pish
#13
hamsterboy
Gordinho
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :D
Made in Scotland from girders.
Made in Scotland yes... but originated in America
#14
Gordinho
mb021
Also invented by the Americans...
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :)
Made in Scotland yes, but invented in America

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