FREE IRN BRU GLASS WITH 2 X 2 LITRES BOTTLE OF IRN BRU BOUGHT OR WIN ONE - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
JUST HAD THIS EMAIL, SO ID POST IT FOR OTHERS


Dear IRN-BRU Fan

You can now enjoy the Phenomenal taste of IRN-BRU in its very own limited edition glass.

Limited edition IRN-BRU glasses are available when you buy 2 x 2L bottles of IRN-BRU Regular or Diet in your local supermarket or corner shop throughout Scotland (offer applies to a 2L Twin pack of IRN-BRU Regular or Diet in Asda).

Alternatively you could try your luck by entering our free prize draw.

Grab yours now.


Best of luck.
The IRN-BRU Team
Deal Tags:
More From IRN BRU:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
deanne82 Avatar
8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Options

All Comments

(62) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Voted cold as it is a bit of a local offer.
#2
Its a competition too, go to the website for a chance to win one
#3
deanne82
Its a competition too, go to the website for a chance to win one


A competition is not a deal.
1 Like #4
Yes, i know a competition is not a deal, but you get a free glass when you buy 2 x 2 litre bottles of irn bru Thats a Deal. And they also have a competition to get a free glass too so its 2 for 1
3 Likes #5
satan666wayne
Voted cold as it is a bit of a local offer.


And of course offers which are exclusive to england aren't voted cold for being local????

This is hotukdeals.co.uk, not hotenglanddeals.co.england.

There are quite a few people up here in Scotland, we're not just a wee county attached to england!!!
#6
oh here we go again.....
#7
I haven't voted hot or cold as I really cannot stand the taste of Irn Bru.
#8
voted hot I love irn bru:-D
#9
A warning for the web forms: the CAPTCHA is case-sensitive. I find most CAPTHCAs aren't so managed to get it wrong... twice.
#10
gimmeabargain
And of course offers which are exclusive to england aren't voted cold for being local????

This is hotukdeals.co.uk, not hotenglanddeals.co.england.

There are quite a few people up here in Scotland, we're not just a wee county attached to england!!!


here here :D

Voted Hot
#11
ah great stuff, made from girders.

brings back memories of going to visit the family in glasgow.
#12
love it!! voted hot!!!
Bring on the rotting teeth!!
#13
its the only time i have something ginger in my mouth
1 Like #14
hmmmmm

I was just in a morrisons and they advertised this also

But when I left i realised i had no such glass
#15
eyebaws
here here :D

Voted Hot


I second that.:thumbsup:
#16
gimmeabargain
And of course offers which are exclusive to england aren't voted cold for being local????

This is hotukdeals.co.uk, not hotenglanddeals.co.england.

There are quite a few people up here in Scotland, we're not just a wee county attached to england!!!


Couldn't agree more!
Half the deals on this site don't apply to N.Ireland because most companies charge silly amounts of money for delivery, even though it doesn't actually cost them a penny extra to post to there, yet nobody complains about it.
#17
Goddamit, I want an Irn Bru glass.
#18
Wonder if the missus family will get us some :)
#19
satan666wayne
Voted cold as it is a bit of a local offer.


What an utterly stupid reason to vote a deal cold.

There are tons of deals posted on here that are regional and in some cases very local, but it shouldn't stop people from voting it hot.
#20
YAAAAASSSSS!



'Mon the Bru!!!! :w00t:
banned#21
Anything INSTORE can be viewed as local too, if you don't have the store within a few miles.
#22
Irn-Bru (pronounced iron brew, IPA: /ˈaɪɚn ˈbruː/) is a popular carbonated soft drink produced in Scotland. It is made by A.G. Barr plc, of Cumbernauld. Barr's Irn-Bru is available in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Gibraltar, Russia, Canada, Norway, South Africa, Singapore, parts of Europe such as Poland, the Middle East, in some parts of Australia (introduced in 2006), New Zealand (introduced in 2007) and in the United States.

Irn-Bru is famous for its bright orange colour (something it shares with the glucose drink Lucozade). As of 1999 it contained 0.002% of ammonium ferric citrate, sugar, 32 flavouring agents (including caffeine—though caffeine is not listed as an ingredient on the Australian labelling—and quinine) and two controversial colourings (E110, E124). It is advertised as having a slight citrus flavour, but many have differing opinions of the exact taste of Irn-Bru. One of the key ingredients is said to be barley while another rumour holds that seaweed is a major contributor to the taste[citation needed].

Irn-Bru was first produced in 1901, under the name Iron Brew. In 1946, a change in laws required that the word "brew" be removed from the name, as the drink is not technically brewed. Interestingly Morrisons now produce and sell a product with that very name, which is designed to taste similar to the original. The chairman of the company came up with the idea of changing both halves of the name to a phonetic spelling, giving the current Irn-Bru brand. 1980 saw the introduction of Low Calorie Irn-Bru; this was re-launched in 1991 as Diet Irn-Bru and the Irn-Bru 32 energy drink variant was launched in 2006. All the rumour and folklore surrounding Irn-Bru only serve to help keep it in its place as an icon of Scottish popular culture.

It has long been the most popular soft drink in Scotland, outselling Coca-Cola, but recent fierce competition between the two brands has brought their sales to roughly equal levels (perhaps leaning to Coca-Cola).[1] It is also the third best selling soft drink in the UK, after Coca-Cola and Pepsi, outselling high-profile brands such as Tango, Fanta, Dr Pepper, Sprite and 7-Up. This success in defending its home market (a feat claimed only by Irn-Bru, Brazil's Guaraná, South Australia's Farmers Union Iced Coffee, Peru's Inca Kola, Malta's Kinnie and Sweden's Julmust) has led to ongoing speculation that Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Inc. or its UK brand franchisee Britvic, would attempt to buy A.G. Barr

Irn-Bru's advertising slogans used to be "Scotland's other National Drink", referring to whisky, and "Bru'd in Scotland from girders", though the closest one can come to substantiating this claim is the 0.002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients.

" Not a lot of people know that "
#23
mabccc;2620874
Anything INSTORE can be viewed as local too, if you don't have the store within a few miles.


Yep. I see Sainsburys and Safeway deals all the time and I can't even think of my nearest one. I'd have to go well out of my way to get to one.

Personally, I hate all minor grocery deals on this site, even if it's in ASDA, my usual shop. But the site attracts all different people from all over the country who all come here for different things.

For me it's entertainment and electricals; food deals etc are of no interest to me 90% of the time. I don't vote them cold just for that, though.
#24
Cheers!
#25
Hot for sure, how could scotland be 'too local'??????? I'm just jealous I can't get it!
#26
Ive applied on site as I'm in England
#27
sweeten16
I second that.:thumbsup:


:evil:3rd
1 Like #28
gimmeabargain
And of course offers which are exclusive to england aren't voted cold for being local????

This is hotukdeals.co.uk, not hotenglanddeals.co.england.

There are quite a few people up here in Scotland, we're not just a wee county attached to england!!!



Dont you mean England;-)
#29
thanks
#30
satan666wayne
Voted cold as it is a bit of a local offer.


OK, I would agree with you if this was valid in only one store in Scotland, but come on man it is for the whole of scotland so is hardly local. This also happens in NI only offers (eg. Guinness) where someone always has to complain. :roll:
#31
Mr Bananas
Irn-Bru (pronounced iron brew, IPA: /ˈaɪɚn ˈbruː/) is a popular carbonated soft drink produced in Scotland. It is made by A.G. Barr plc, of Cumbernauld. Barr's Irn-Bru is available in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Gibraltar, Russia, Canada, Norway, South Africa, Singapore, parts of Europe such as Poland, the Middle East, in some parts of Australia (introduced in 2006), New Zealand (introduced in 2007) and in the United States.

Irn-Bru is famous for its bright orange colour (something it shares with the glucose drink Lucozade). As of 1999 it contained 0.002% of ammonium ferric citrate, sugar, 32 flavouring agents (including caffeine—though caffeine is not listed as an ingredient on the Australian labelling—and quinine) and two controversial colourings (E110, E124). It is advertised as having a slight citrus flavour, but many have differing opinions of the exact taste of Irn-Bru. One of the key ingredients is said to be barley while another rumour holds that seaweed is a major contributor to the taste[citation needed].

Irn-Bru was first produced in 1901, under the name Iron Brew. In 1946, a change in laws required that the word "brew" be removed from the name, as the drink is not technically brewed. Interestingly Morrisons now produce and sell a product with that very name, which is designed to taste similar to the original. The chairman of the company came up with the idea of changing both halves of the name to a phonetic spelling, giving the current Irn-Bru brand. 1980 saw the introduction of Low Calorie Irn-Bru; this was re-launched in 1991 as Diet Irn-Bru and the Irn-Bru 32 energy drink variant was launched in 2006. All the rumour and folklore surrounding Irn-Bru only serve to help keep it in its place as an icon of Scottish popular culture.

It has long been the most popular soft drink in Scotland, outselling Coca-Cola, but recent fierce competition between the two brands has brought their sales to roughly equal levels (perhaps leaning to Coca-Cola).[1] It is also the third best selling soft drink in the UK, after Coca-Cola and Pepsi, outselling high-profile brands such as Tango, Fanta, Dr Pepper, Sprite and 7-Up. This success in defending its home market (a feat claimed only by Irn-Bru, Brazil's Guaraná, South Australia's Farmers Union Iced Coffee, Peru's Inca Kola, Malta's Kinnie and Sweden's Julmust) has led to ongoing speculation that Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Inc. or its UK brand franchisee Britvic, would attempt to buy A.G. Barr

Irn-Bru's advertising slogans used to be "Scotland's other National Drink", referring to whisky, and "Bru'd in Scotland from girders", though the closest one can come to substantiating this claim is the 0.002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients.

" Not a lot of people know that "


" Not a lot of people know that " - Well everyone one who types Irn Bru into Wikipedia does. But nice use of Ctrl+C & Ctrl & V.
#32
andimccann;2621102
" Not a lot of people know that " - Well everyone one who types Irn Bru into Wikipedia does. But nice use of Ctrl+C & Ctrl & V.

he was only giving us insight

voted hot...this has been the only time I have wanted to be Scottish :roll::p
#33
Is this not valid in ASDA in England? I was sure that the email said so but have deleted it now...
#35

Best advert ever, used to look forward to the ad breaks when it was on! :thumbsup:

Don't really like the look of the glass they're giving away tho..... should I vote it cold because of that :whistling:
#36
1parry
its the only time i have something ginger in my mouth


:giggle:
#37
http://www.irn-bru.co.uk/sites/files/images/ass_0.jpg
#38
jaffa30
Dont you mean England;-)


That was intentional, didn't think anyone would notice it, good eyes!!!:thinking:
#39
:thumbsup:

So who`s actually got a glass yet then...?

Where do you get the glass.? At the checkout when you purchase two bottles or do you send away for it etc...?

Not the quickest me, but i`m desperate for one of these.
#40
Got one today, pick up pre-packed 2 two litre bottles and glass and the glass rings free when going through check out.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!