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Diet Pepsi 4 x 2l Pack - 10p instore @ Sainsbury (Pinner)

£0.10 @ Sainsbury's
Went into Sainsburys today and saw that a 4 pack of 2l Diet Pepsi was only 10p. Thought it was a mistake and expected it to not go through at the til but it did :) Don't know if this is nationwide … Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Went into Sainsburys today and saw that a 4 pack of 2l Diet Pepsi was only 10p. Thought it was a mistake and expected it to not go through at the til but it did :)

Don't know if this is nationwide But it was the Sainsburys in Pinner
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#1
Unfortunatily i will highly and i mean highly doubt this is national, probably just lucky.. do they go of that date and u went in late ? not sure why they would be 10p... if they are normally the staff purchase them quickly before customers can even attempt to.
#2
Got them at 3pm this afternoon and the best before date is April 2010. My thinking was that they were going to stop stocking them and were priced to clear but i don't know.
#3
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#4
NO1FAN
Got them at 3pm this afternoon and the best before date is April 2010. My thinking was that they were going to stop stocking them and were priced to clear but i don't know.


NO1FAN
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More than likely store specific, is it a small store? But great deal anyways, hopefully people living around the area of that specific sainsburys can grab a bargain.
#5
No not really small but not a huge superstore. Agree that it could just be that store. Thought I would post up anyway as I use this site all the time but have never posted up anything before
#6
Amazing! I would have bought 40 bottles and had a years supply stocked up for a quid haha
#7
insanely good deal. hot
#8
top banana :=) u is da champ
#9
yay! the fatties like me can lose tons because of this faux pas
#10
Priceless Pain
Unfortunatily i will highly and i mean highly doubt this is national, probably just lucky.. do they go of that date and u went in late ? not sure why they would be 10p... if they are normally the staff purchase them quickly before customers can even attempt to.


Not really m8, lots of things get put up for 10p and the staff don't buy them but customers that see them first might buy them up.
#11
NO1FAN
best before date is April 2010.


That's probably the reason, that they have a short date.
#12
Hey Guys, do yourself and people around you a big Favour- Dont drink this poison- plz dont!!! As always, this shXt is always been voted super cold from me, even when it buy one get one free on a 24 pack can for £1>>> Hope to get loads of support... Thanks.
#13
leritz
Hey Guys, do yourself and people around you a big Favour- Dont drink this poison- plz dont!!! As always, this shXt is always been voted super cold from me, even when it buy one get one free on a 24 pack can for £1>>> Hope to get loads of support... Thanks.


This is shXt but GOOD shXt ;-)
#14
Voted hot! The other half will only drink coke, pepsi, fanta etc. We easy go through 10 bottles a week, think i pop in while im doing shopping
banned#15
Droppings or not, others' errors are a lesson for all and not the means to institute control nor abandonment. Reality/The-Present is individualistic and as such, we cannot be responsible for others. As the blind leads the blinded on their way towards the cliff's edge, no amount of advice or control will make much difference. Within reality, we can only learn, not taught and the reality for all is to witness.

When the hallelujah crowd are leaping over their cliffs, would you? You would, well done. Was it a soft landing or you can't tell 'cos its all hazy - who cares - except those who'd survived the jump but even then, they'll go for another round to make it into the record book - of Addictions.

Humans cannot be taught because all that'll achieved is instituting control/anger-abandonment/guilt. Finger-pointers be aware and learn. We have to learn and learning only occurs when we have the desire for Truth/Reality/Purity - and not just becoming "better" - better at being a control-screw or an abandoned-nut. Cheap expensive fizz - they are all Plays of Commerce. All know [but seldom realise] that plays are merely lessons padded with comfort zones - not too hard nor too soft - to ensure that we might begin to learn and not constantly wanting not to be taught. Learning how to witness and not to judge/compare/own.

Without errors, we won't have the capacity to learn. Stock-up and drink-up such that one fine day, the learning may begin. For many, however, even after, say, a liver transplant, they still haven't learnt the lesson. Why? Because they were never properly taught to learn which ONLY occurs when one is a non-thinker, from infancy to toddler - unless one has had enough and desires reality/peace/love/and similar wishy-washy stuff. When proceeding along that road, be aware too that religions of faith, material and intellect, oka The Plays of Life, is not the reality/point, purity of desire is.

The optimal fizz is Tesco's 2Litre "Cola" @ 17p each. They sure quench that desire for throat cleansing when it occurs. Co-op's more expensive version and others too are chemically fragranced fizz whislt remembering that Tesco is the quintessential "loss leader" expensive ogre. Make them your slave and not the other way round.
#16
gunsNbutter
Droppings or not, others' errors are a lesson for all and not the means to institute control nor abandonment. Reality/The-Present is individualistic and as such, we cannot be responsible for others. As the blind leads the blinded on their way towards the cliff's edge, no amount of advice or control will make much difference. Within reality, we can only learn, not taught and the reality for all is to witness.

When the hallelujah crowd are leaping over their cliffs, would you? You would, well done. Was it a soft landing or you can't tell 'cos its all hazy - who cares - except those who'd survived the jump but even then, they'll go for another round to make it into the record book - of Addictions.

Humans cannot be taught because all that'll achieved is instituting control/anger-abandonment/guilt. Finger-pointers be aware and learn. We have to learn and learning only occurs when we have the desire for Truth/Reality/Purity - and not just becoming "better" - better at being a control-screw or an abandoned-nut. Cheap expensive fizz - they are all Plays of Commerce. All know [but seldom realise] that plays are merely lessons padded with comfort zones - not too hard nor too soft - to ensure that we might begin to learn and not constantly wanting not to be taught. Learning how to witness and not to judge/compare/own.

Without errors, we won't have the capacity to learn. Stock-up and drink-up such that one fine day, the learning may begin. For many, however, even after, say, a liver transplant, they still haven't learnt the lesson. Why? Because they were never properly taught to learn which ONLY occurs when one is a non-thinker, from infancy to toddler - unless one has had enough and desires reality/peace/love/and similar wishy-washy stuff. When proceeding along that road, be aware too that religions of faith, material and intellect, oka The Plays of Life, is not the reality/point, purity of desire is.

The optimal fizz is Tesco's 2Litre "Cola" @ 17p each. They sure quench that desire for throat cleansing when it occurs. Co-op's more expensive version and others too are chemically fragranced fizz whislt remembering that Tesco is the quintessential "loss leader" expensive ogre. Make them your slave and not the other way round.


I agree
#17
leritz
Hey Guys, do yourself and people around you a big Favour- Dont drink this poison- plz dont!!! As always, this shXt is always been voted super cold from me, even when it buy one get one free on a 24 pack can for £1>>> Hope to get loads of support... Thanks.


Sorry, i can't give my diet pepsi up!!!!!!!!!!!! It's my PLEASURE!!!!!! i don't drink or smoke so that's my excuse for NEVER giving it up have to have some everyday!!!!!!!!!! sorry i'm an addict :oops:
#18
pepsi max woulda been better, nevermind h % r

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