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Somerfield/Co-Op 30 Cans Coke/Diet Coke £5.50

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Saw in Somerfield (so presume will be Co-Op too) 2 x 15 cans of Coke and Diet Coke for £5.50. Seemed like a decent price. Individual price was £4.30 odds.
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#1
does anyone know if these are marked up as "multipack..or....not for individual sale "
thanks
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gdp-it;8522056
does anyone know if these are marked up as "multipack..or....not for individual sale "
thanks

Has a yellow band over the can saying "multipack can" and it does not have a bar code........:thumbsup:
#3
thanks repped - great find
#4
gdp-it
does anyone know if these are marked up as "multipack..or....not for individual sale "
thanks


Want to sell them individually?
#5
yes..

i run a small business and the cost of pop chocolate etc is crazy, capped with 3 for £1 at poundland you can imagine the tiny profits and pressure
#6
Want to nip down and get some of these. Can anyone confirm this is in all stores as it's not on their website and I don't want a wasted trip as it's all I'd be going for?
#7
Its in the Hawick store, but limited supply of the 15 can boxes.
#8
gdp-it
yes..

i run a small business and the cost of pop chocolate etc is crazy, capped with 3 for £1 at poundland you can imagine the tiny profits and pressure


well surely if u run a business you can get them trade from many-a-cash-and-carry?
#9
This is a good deal. Although if it's unavailable its worth checking out Asda 15 for £3.00.
#10
Do they have coke zone points on them?
#11
works out to be just under 19p a can - heat added. :thumbsup:
#12
SunTzu
well surely if u run a business you can get them trade from many-a-cash-and-carry?



not for this price - usually about 26p per can
#13
Mizzamo
This is a good deal. Although if it's unavailable its worth checking out Asda 15 for £3.00.


thats finished now £4
#14
Definately the 15 can pack? I picked these up yesterday from the local co-op - same price, and they were the 10 can packs i think....

Paul
#15
Work in the Co-op (Elland/Halifax Area) and we are stocking these also, so I assume it's all across Co-op stores. :)
#16
15 can packs? I can only find the 2x10 can packs for £5.50.

But owing the uselessness of my local Co-op, there wasn't anyone on the tills, there was 6 people in the cue and they'd sold out of these cans.
Worlds most useless shop, honestly.
#17
Always Coca Cola :thumbsup:
#18
Matty-Hodgson
15 can packs? I can only find the 2x10 can packs for £5.50.

But owing the uselessness of my local Co-op, there wasn't anyone on the tills, there was 6 people in the cue and they'd sold out of these cans.
Worlds most useless shop, honestly.


I think this deal is actually 2 x 10 packs for £5.50. It just so happens that some stores have special 10 packs that come with 5 extra free in.

Pretty sure I saw this deal in my local Co-op the other day but it was only the 10 packs without any free ones in.

Same at Xmas there was a Co-op deal for After Eights on here and the packs on the deal had 50% extra free in. Again my local Co-op had the deal but not the packs with the 50% extra free in.
#19
Can't find this online in the offers section on either co-op or somerfield??
#20
gdp-it
does anyone know if these are marked up as "multipack..or....not for individual sale "
thanks


AFAIK there is no law to stop you reselling anything you own, whether the manufacturer gives you permission or not. Not a lawyer, i could be wrong. I see multipack labeled cans in corner shops all the time.
#21
good deal if you can find the 15 packs but if you can only find the 10 packs your better off with the 12 for £2.85at sainsburys
#22
sten
AFAIK there is no law to stop you reselling anything you own, whether the manufacturer gives you permission or not. Not a lawyer, i could be wrong. I see multipack labeled cans in corner shops all the time.


I think it is against the law. Are you sure you aren't seeing fixed price cans / bottles with the price marked on it so the retailer can't alter the price?

You may be right though, some people selling them off on the sly
#23
sten
AFAIK there is no law to stop you reselling anything you own, whether the manufacturer gives you permission or not. Not a lawyer, i could be wrong. I see multipack labeled cans in corner shops all the time.


jjintheuk
I think it is against the law. Are you sure you aren't seeing fixed price cans / bottles with the price marked on it so the retailer can't alter the price?

You may be right though, some people selling them off on the sly


I've often wondered about this one myself. I might be wrong but I can't see how it can be illegal? Although you might find you get some disgruntled customers if the can says 29p on the side and you try and charge them 50p!
#24
I'm in Doncaster and can confirm it is 2 x 10 packs for £5.00 near me or one pack on it's own for £3.90!!!

And yes, to a PP, the box is worth 10 coke zone points.... for the amount we drink i save the points now and have had a few freebies, the latest being a Wii family game!

The picture shown on the OP is that of a 'fridge pack' of 10 cans which is what is in my fridge right now at 2 for £5.00 too NOT 15 cans in the ones in my local Co-op/Somerfield!! x
#25
toibs
Definately the 15 can pack? I picked these up yesterday from the local co-op - same price, and they were the 10 can packs i think....

Paul


Yeah i bought 2 lots the other day fro same price - but 10 packs
#26
The only thing I dislike about take aways or the like buying cheap supermarket multi packs is they put a huge mark up on prices, know one that blatantly sells multipack cans for 80p each! and saw a local chinese many times stick up with a trolley or two just of cans then sell the cans for like 60p each.
#27
SunTzu;8523218
well surely if u run a business you can get them trade from many-a-cash-and-carry?

they arent always cheaper...makro are £4.39 plus vat for 24.....thats equivelant to almost £5.50 plus vat 30
#28
Taksim_Red
I've often wondered about this one myself. I might be wrong but I can't see how it can be illegal? Although you might find you get some disgruntled customers if the can says 29p on the side and you try and charge them 50p!


I think I read somewhere that it's only illegal if the item doesn't have the allergy information on, so for example multipack mars bars say for allergy information see multipack.
banned#29
Better than the cheap nasty continental imports you always get in kebab shops and chicken shops.
I heard they taste different from UK & US coke due to the sugar (or whatever in the diet coke).
#30
Villa
Better than the cheap nasty continental imports you always get in kebab shops and chicken shops.
I heard they taste different from UK & US coke due to the sugar (or whatever in the diet coke).


its not that its mixed different or uses different ingredients its due to the fact it uses a different water supply i guess we have better tasting water over here

ive never had a US coca cola over here

EDIT: Hot i have a co op kinda near me, i will check it out! if not still a good deal for those that can find!
#31
Seems to be some debate as to whether it's a 15 can pack or 10. TBH I cannot confirm either way as I didn't buy any. But I can confirm its was £5.50 for 2 packs and they were priced at over £4 individually. So if it's defo £5 for 20 as posted by jesteroo (2 x 10 packs) then maybe that's a different deal.
#32
jjintheuk
I think it is against the law. Are you sure you aren't seeing fixed price cans / bottles with the price marked on it so the retailer can't alter the price?

You may be right though, some people selling them off on the sly


Friend of mine contacted trading standards about his local shop selling "not for individual sale" items,and was told there is no law against it
#33
gdp-it
yes..

i run a small business and the cost of pop chocolate etc is crazy, capped with 3 for £1 at poundland you can imagine the tiny profits and pressure


could you not use home bargains or the like ? they sell pepsi at 25p a can or coke at 29p a can, could quite easily sell them at 50-60p a can (none marked up as multipack or special prices either.)
#34
Not stocking them in my Co-op.
#35
Great FInd :)
thanks :thumbsup:
#36
just come back from somerfield and can confirm that this is for 20 and not 30 !
#37
While 'up north' (rochdale area) I noticed the 15 can packs of coke zero came with coke points, while down here (reading) they only seem to have 10 packs that do.
Also, oddly, none of my local Tescos manage to stock Coke Zero large multipacks of cans, or if they do, only have a tiny shelf area and are usually sold out.
#38
As someone said earlier, it is 2x10 cans for £5.50 in all stores. Just like the offer a month or so ago, some stores have special promo packs that offer 15 cans instead tohe 10. Just luck of the draw if your store has 10 or 15.
#39
jjintheuk
I think it is against the law. Are you sure you aren't seeing fixed price cans / bottles with the price marked on it so the retailer can't alter the price?

You may be right though, some people selling them off on the sly


Definitely multipacks, lol, I guess it may be illegal if the shop has signed some distributor agreement with Coke. I don't blame small-time traders for clawing back a few pence profit from the likes of Coca Cola corporation when they can, but it is annoying when they charge more for goods with the price marked on the packaging. :roll:
#40
Definetely agree with some of the comments on here. It could be argued there is some sort of price fixing going on by the manufactures in a very discrete way which is ofcourse is highly illegal. If you think about it? How can they charge 19p:thinking a can to the consuner and then charge 26p wholesale price as mentioned earlier?:thinking:

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