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Just spotted this offer in my local Asda store. Online as well.

Any 3 packs of 6x cans for £3.

They had normal Pepsi, Diet Pepsi and Pepsi Max.

Works out at 16p per can.
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#1
£1 each at woolies aswell.
#2
Great...osteoperosis in a can :-)
#3
Good good good deal....I'm off to stock up!
banned#4
Aldi is currently offering a 12 pack of PEPSI for £1.99.

They are also offering the single cans (330ml) which are 25p each, 5 for the price of 4. (would therefore be 5 for £1.00) Which is another good offer but not as good as the 12 pack for £1.99.

Great deals but not for those of you who prefer drinks without full sugar!

~ investments ~
banned#5
Navcity
Great...osteoperosis in a can :-)


you mean "osteoporosis" :thumbsup:
#6
Just been in and saw the same deal - was about to post....
Great find!!
#7
Investments
you mean "osteoporosis" :thumbsup:


yes smartass. I'll spellcheck, indent and title it too next time :-p
#8
Navcity
Great...osteoperosis in a can :-)


Yeah it has to be said that this is pretty much poison in a can! I Prefer water ;)
#9
Navcity
Great...osteoperosis in a can :-)


why whats up with coke/pepsi ?
banned#10
dapunk
why whats up with coke/pepsi ?

theyre just scaremongering, although pepsi original is type2 diabetes in a can:whistling:
#11
dapunk
why whats up with coke/pepsi ?


Did you ever do the experiment at school where you leave a tooth in a glass of coke overnight?..it wears away by about 50%. Its known to be bad for bones. I rarely drink fizzy drinks.
#12
Netto had 12 cans for £1.99 not sujre if still on cos been a good wk or so since i've been in there.
#13
Tempting but the Dentist fees far outweigh any savings to be made here .... not bad I guess if you are exempt from NHS dental charges and dont care what your teeth look like though I guess.

Not voted either way as I guess some people dont actually care about their teeth so this would be good for them providing they get free dental care.
#14
dapunk
why whats up with coke/pepsi ?

read post above .... Ive given you a clue in there somewhere ... u reckon u can find it ? Any trouble dont hesitate to pm me and i'll spell it out 4 ya , no problem.
#15
Navcity
Did you ever do the experiment at school where you leave a tooth in a glass of coke overnight?..it wears away by about 50%. Its known to be bad for bones. I rarely drink fizzy drinks.

I doubt anyone could hold a mouthful in their mouths for much more than a minute without swallowing , let alone overnight but your point is quite valid !!
Regular consumption of this will cause permanent damage to your teeth,gums and bones .... nice taste it maybe but is nobody scared of the damage it causes ?
In this day and age I though people were more aware of things like this ... I guess I am wrong !

I'll get my coat ....
banned 1 Like #16
rooney10
read post above .... Ive given you a clue in there somewhere ... u reckon u can find it ? Any trouble dont hesitate to pm me and i'll spell it out 4 ya , no problem.

He asked the question BEFORE you made your post so in patronising him you actually embarassed yourself. He asked the question at 14:56; you made your dentist post at 15:43. Therefore he couldnt realistically have been transported into the future and missed the point of your quote. Do you have trouble telling the time, or is the concept of past/present/future something you have never quite grasped? Dont hesitate to PM me and I'll spell it out for 'ya', no problem.
#17
Mascherano;1770417
He asked the question BEFORE you made your post so in patronising him you actually embarassed yourself. He asked the question at 14:56; you made your dentist post at 15:43. Therefore he couldnt realistically have been transported into the future and missed the point of your quote. Do you have trouble telling the time, or is the concept of past/present/future something you have never quite grasped? Dont hesitate to PM me and I'll spell it out for 'ya', no problem.



Hoorah :)

If anyone wishes to complain about the health benefits of Coca Cola and Pepsi please go elsewhere this thread is not about health issues.
#18
You might as well go with the 2 x 2litre bottles of pepsi for £1.50

Meaning you can get 4 x 2litre bottles of pepsi = 8litres for £3

Making it much better value for money, you just don't get your single cans.
banned#19
Darklord
You might as well go with the 2 x 2litre bottles of pepsi for £1.50

Meaning you can get 4 x 2litre bottles of pepsi = 8litres for £3

Making it much better value for money, you just don't get your single cans.


...but goes flat much, much quicker - ever actually drunk a whole 2L bottle of fizzy pop or find you are emptying at least a cup / glass full down the sink because it has gone flat? :thinking:
#20
Mascherano
theyre just scaremongering, although pepsi original is type2 diabetes in a can:whistling:


They are not scaremongering - if anything, they are understating the dangers of "diet" drinks! If our word is not good enough try a doctor's opinion. Google "Sweet Poison Dr H J Roberts" to read his warnings on the dangers of Aspartame and other chemical sweeteners.

There is an account of a woman who was so badly affected by this chemical that she actually set about putting her Will together in order that her children would be taken care of after her death. On being told to quit drinking artificially sweetened drinks she made a full recovery.

"Go figure" as the Americans would say - also, "Have a nice day"! :roll:
#21
annoying, just been to Asda's for the weekly shop and made a mental note to not get any pepsi this week grrrrr.

As for the health issues, sod em. Theres health warnings on everything these days. I dont smoke, i dont drink alcohol, i walk 20,000 steps a day and cycle 10 miles a week, but give me my 2l of pepsimax a day and i'm happy.
#22
2 words ''grow up''
#23
that was posted at 17:02 (just to clarify) ;)
#24
Mascherano
He asked the question BEFORE you made your post so in patronising him you actually embarassed yourself. He asked the question at 14:56; you made your dentist post at 15:43. Therefore he couldnt realistically have been transported into the future and missed the point of your quote. Do you have trouble telling the time, or is the concept of past/present/future something you have never quite grasped? Dont hesitate to PM me and I'll spell it out for 'ya', no problem.

I did realise that he asked the question prior to my post . However my point was that people should already be aware of the health issues and a question like 'whats up with coke ?' begs the question ... 'are you completely retarded ??'
I did not for one minute think that he had already read my post , he couldnt possibly have done so since I responded after his statement , which you quite correctly pointed out. My point was that people who dont know 'whats up with coke' may infact be rather slow if you can understand that.
So to go off on a tangent 'presuming' that I thought he had read my post was rather silly and if anyone should be embarresed then I'm afraid to say that'd be you.
Dont hesitate to PM me if you would like me to explain this in any more detail , save you wasting any more time responding to any other of my posts with your 'presumptions' on what i meant. Quite clearly you went off on a tangent without quite understanding my point.
banned#25
rooney10
I did realise that he asked the question prior to my post . However my point was that people should already be aware of the health issues and a question like 'whats up with coke ?' begs the question ... 'are you completely retarded ??'
I did not for one minute think that he had already read my post , he couldnt possibly have done so since I responded after his statement , which you quite correctly pointed out. My point was that people who dont know 'whats up with coke' may infact be rather slow if you can understand that.
So to go off on a tangent 'presuming' that I thought he had read my post was rather silly and if anyone should be embarresed then I'm afraid to say that'd be you.
Dont hesitate to PM me if you would like me to explain this in any more detail , save you wasting any more time responding to any other of my posts with your 'presumptions' on what i meant. Quite clearly you went off on a tangent without quite understanding my point.

Wow, your spelling has actually got worse
banned#26
dink
They are not scaremongering - if anything, they are understating the dangers of "diet" drinks! If our word is not good enough try a doctor's opinion. Google "Sweet Poison Dr H J Roberts" to read his warnings on the dangers of Aspartame and other chemical sweeteners.

There is an account of a woman who was so badly affected by this chemical that she actually set about putting her Will together in order that her children would be taken care of after her death. On being told to quit drinking artificially sweetened drinks she made a full recovery.

"Go figure" as the Americans would say - also, "Have a nice day"! :roll:

First, I would never read anything by HJ Roberts who sells books on quack medicine and makes a good living out of it. Second, there was a very worrying study about aspartame last year from an italian group (I have the paper somewhere on my HD; it links apartame intake and cancer) but I think their findings have been generally discredited by now.
Anecdotal evidence, although interesting, does nothing to move the science forward. Lets not go nuts with conspiracy theories here, pepsi is bad enough without having to elaborate the evidence.
#27
I drink Pepsi Max and according to the can theres NO SUGAR what so ever and only 1 cal per can :).

Anybody know what the difference between Diet Pepsi and Pepsi Max.
#28
haha, sit down.
#29
Re: Whats the difference between pepsi max and diet pepsi

I can't speak for pepsi, but I have a friend who works for coca cola and when I asked him what the difference between diet coke and coke zero. He told me that diet coke is a stand alone cola drink, not really supposed to mimic cola, it is a seperate product in its own right. However coke max is supposed to taste like coca cola but without the sugar. Apparently it costs a lot more to make it taste like coca cola. This is my understanding of it anyway. He may have been wrong, but he has been there 10 years so you would hope not lol. Hope that helps.
#30
Navcity
Did you ever do the experiment at school where you leave a tooth in a glass of coke overnight?..it wears away by about 50%. Its known to be bad for bones. I rarely drink fizzy drinks.


Put a tooth in orange Juice over night and see what happens too. (Exactly the same if not worse)

Fact is this experiment is extremely floored as an exposed tooth is not being washed by saliva and is infact a scare mongering experiment.

It is the Acid in the drink that causes the problems and the toxins in ordinary tap water are as abbrassive as any other drink.

Facr is if you don't brush your teeth their going to rot lol.

Yorkshire your annology is what i was told also. However don't think either tastes like the originals.
#31
bloody hell it's a bargin thats what this site about not a health bloody club if i want that info i'll go to NHS web site :)

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