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Pepsi P1S 4G Phablet Smartphone 10% off with app Banggood 5.5" 2.0Ghz 16GB 1080P 13MP Camera £66.43

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PRICE WITHOUT APP DISCOUNT IS £73.81 (With delivery).* Very high value phone, found after two weeks of research. From the Chinese market. The phone is produced by Koobee who were given rights for b…
Hitman2000 Avatar6d, 10h agoFound 6 days, 10 hours ago91 Comments
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xlxaiwa55xlx
Epic sales pitch, I'm wondering if you work for the seller? No other deals posted before.aybe I'm just too cynical for my own good.
​HAHAHA, NO I AM A 16 YEAR OLD WHO HAS A KNACK FOR WRITING, AND FOUND THIS PHONE AS A BUDGET PHONE AND A PHONE WHICH I FEEL PEOPLE NEED TO BE EDUCATED ABOUT AS THEY ARE LARGELY MISSING OUT.
You do not have a knack for writing, believe me.
Decent deal though.
That feels a little unnecessary.
Really? The kid argues that he has a gift for writing but then uses block capitals with frequent grammatical errors and punctuation mistakes. He was going to find out the truth sooner or later so it may as well have been now.

A comma after the words writing and later would be more grammatically acceptable.

If you are going to essentially police something, then you do have to be perfect when setting the example.


​you do have to be perfect when setting the example.....

Fail!
lugsy3
sammy_510
I got one of these phones 2 weeks ago, I flashed a new rom to get rid of malware and launcher included in the Dido Os, It runs pretty sweet now. So good that I have actually ordered another for the wife.
sammy
Where did you get the rom from is it the one made by Cleopatra?

Yes the Halo 7 one

http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/Thread-ROM-Koobee-Halo-7-mod-stock-for-Pepsi-P1S?pid=56655#pid56655

Dont forget to note your imei if you decide to try it as you need to put it back in, it gets wiped during installation
sammy_510
I got one of these phones 2 weeks ago, I flashed a new rom to get rid of malware and launcher included in the Dido Os, It runs pretty sweet now. So good that I have actually ordered another for the wife.
sammy
Where did you get the rom from is it the one made by Cleopatra?
"Voucher has expired" message at checkout.
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xlxaiwa55xlx
Epic sales pitch, I'm wondering if you work for the seller? No other deals posted before.aybe I'm just too cynical for my own good.
​HAHAHA, NO I AM A 16 YEAR OLD WHO HAS A KNACK FOR WRITING, AND FOUND THIS PHONE AS A BUDGET PHONE AND A PHONE WHICH I FEEL PEOPLE NEED TO BE EDUCATED ABOUT AS THEY ARE LARGELY MISSING OUT.
You do not have a knack for writing, believe me.
Decent deal though.
That feels a little unnecessary.
Really? The kid argues that he has a gift for writing but then uses block capitals with frequent grammatical errors and punctuation mistakes. He was going to find out the truth sooner or later so it may as well have been now.
A comma after the words writing and later would be more grammatically acceptable.
If you are going to essentially police something, then you do have to be perfect when setting the example.

I actually think you're wrong.
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Pepsi Max & Pepsi 24 x 330 ml Cans - Case of 24 £5.00 at Iceland In-store & Online

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Pepsi Max & Pepsi 24 x 330 ml Cans - Case of 24 at Iceland In-store & Online for £5.00. Makes it under 21 pence per can. Been cheaper but not too bad for a can of this stuff if you like it. Saw
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HUKDDUDE
bradstar187
50p a can, you can get coke 25p a can on muilty packs
It's less than 21p per can...
Posts #53 and #73, keep up dude.
Didn't see those...
HUKDDUDE
bradstar187
50p a can, you can get coke 25p a can on muilty packs
It's less than 21p per can...



Posts #53 and #73, keep up dude.
bradstar187
50p a can, you can get coke 25p a can on muilty packs
It's less than 21p per can...
£10.00 at my local store
Yeah no clinical evidence of aspartame or anything else in there being carcinogenic. Source - The FDA. You know the same FDA that stopped thalidomide getting to the states. These guys don't **** about:

Considering results from the large number of studies on aspartame's safety, including five previously conducted negative chronic carcinogenicity studies, a recently reported large epidemiology study with negative associations between the use of aspartame and the occurrence of tumors, and negative findings from a series of three transgenic mouse assays, FDA finds no reason to alter its previous conclusion that aspartame is safe as a general purpose sweetener in food.

Edited By: ripkord on Aug 21, 2016 09:50
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Pepsi max 6x330 £1.74 @ Tesco - Romford

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Tesco gallows corner romford Pepsi max 6x330ml £1.74
code2006 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago3 Comments
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These are £1 for a 4pack in the pound shop
6x330Ml £1.59 Herons
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3 cases of 24 Cans 7up/ 7up light/Diet tango/ Pepsi/ £12.00 COSTCO Milton Keynes

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3 Cases of Tango/7up/Pepsi Diet or light also availble Not sure if national
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this offer is on at Coventry costco, just down m6/A45 from birmingham.
This offer isn't on in the Birmingham Costco
Price is £14.40 including VAT at MK Costco but still good deal
It's national. I got it from Gateshead.
I live near the MK Costco so I might check that out tomorrow. :)
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pepsi 2 ltr including regular, diet, max and cherry for 80p Asda (using click - snap)

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Bottles are £1 in asda, sainsbury's and morrisons. However with click snap there is currently 20p cash back (usable 12 times) making it 80p per bottle
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79p also at Lidl right now with CS or COS :-)
hass123
Same company which operates CheckoutSmart who have the same cashback deal. And therefore the same trick applies to Clicksnap where you can get one bottle, claim for all 12 claims of cashback available and sometimes receive all 12 claims = £2.40 (£1.40 profit!)


Which is fraud. Don't do it.
You can also get cash back through topcashback! Using their snap and save feature
I probably couldn't taste the difference in a blind tasting. I'm not blind & don't do tastings.
Same company which operates CheckoutSmart who have the same cashback deal. And therefore the same trick applies to Clicksnap where you can get one bottle, claim for all 12 claims of cashback available and sometimes receive all 12 claims = £2.40 (£1.40 profit!)

Edited By: hass123 on Aug 03, 2016 17:46: .
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Various Pepsi/Coke 1.75L bottles £1.00 Poundland.

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I saw this in the Wandsworth store. The varieties I saw there were Pepsi Max, Coca-cola Cherry and Coca Cola Life.
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£1 for 2 litres at asda
Hi i was just going to say that ! You beat me to it !

Edited By: rmaee on Aug 02, 2016 21:43
£1 for 2 litres at asda
Cold. This is regular price in most supermarkets.
most of the supermarkets b&m and poundworld sell for £1
kotr
atomicphreak
kotr
Yeah pretty standard to see market brands in poundland for a pound. Duh
In fairness, for a while they only had 1.5L bottles. But it's now standard to see the 2L ones.
sorry guys no offence meant. Have just really taking a disliking to this junk lately and I am no health guru. I think the price should be regulated as with cigarettes
No offence taken. It's worth double checking.
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CheckoutSmart 2L and 600ml Pepsi 20p Cashback (£1.00 Asda) from all major retailers (plus a trick to possibly get all 12 claims and £2.40 cashback on one bottle!)

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CheckoutSmart 20p cashback on 2L or 600ml Pepsi all varieties! £1.00 in Asda and Sainsburys for 2L and 99p in Tesco for 600ml. Also a trick to possibly getting £2.40 cashback - if the receipt stat…
hass123 Avatar1m, 9h agoFound 1 month, 9 hours ago10 Comments
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never knew about the loophole until now.... will try it thanks ;)
I sense an account banning coming very soon.....
deb8z
hass123
Lyssie
deb8z
I don't even understand the trick,is this fraud oO
Yes.
More of a loophole which has been working for me for over a year

I don't think it was a good idea to highlight it.


I felt kinda bad exploiting it, more surprised it still continues to work (not as frequently but does work). I got so far £200 out of exploiting the loophole (if I was an alcohol or beer drinker I would have likely got much more). I'm highlighting it now so more people know about it and exploit the loophole

Edited By: hass123 on Jul 29, 2016 14:18: .
prash_2k
deb8z
I don't even understand the trick,is this fraud oO
Does Pepsi tell you it made the water your drinking from your bottle? No.
So fair is fair

What's that got to do with diddling COS :|
deb8z
I don't even understand the trick,is this fraud oO


Does Pepsi tell you it made the water your drinking from your bottle? No.

So fair is fair
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Pepsi P1S Smartphone £67.87 @ Gearbest

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Don't ask my why Pepsi are making a smartphone but it seems to be killer for the price they are selling it at! Some of the main features include a fingerprint scanner, 16GB ROM + 2GB RAM, microsd slot…
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ziezou
Mine seems to be downloading apps by itself - "hitwe" and "farm heroes".
Doesn't seem anyway of stopping it (apart from rooting), after a few days I've got about 10 new apps. Quite a few apps in the running apps section called 'prize' etc.. that you cannot uninstall. Still a great phone and battery life is amazing.

Don't those worry you?
ziezou
Mine seems to be downloading apps by itself - "hitwe" and "farm heroes".
Doesn't seem anyway of stopping it (apart from rooting), after a few days I've got about 10 new apps. Quite a few apps in the running apps section called 'prize' etc.. that you cannot uninstall. Still a great phone and battery life is amazing.
Montala
gtd65
So yet another Chinese phone that looks great on paper but not that wonderful in execution?
true... but for that price, are we really surprised?

Generally, you do tend to get what you pay for, I think!


​I've generally bought refurbished or on sale branded phones for a great price (lower than Chinese off brands) that have been superior to the Chinese developed units. Price is a factor to consider of course.
​Now available on Banggood:

Pepsi P1S 4G Phablet Smartphone 10% off with app Banggood 5.5" 2.0Ghz 16GB 1080P 13MP Camera £66.43

Edited By: Crossbow on Aug 22, 2016 21:36: Missed the different store initially!
Mine seems to be downloading apps by itself - "hitwe" and "farm heroes".
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2 litre pepsi - 4 for £3 @ morrisons £0.75

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current supermarket deals £1 for 2l , this offer takes it to £0.75 per 2l bottle
stualpha Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago5 Comments
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This deal ends midnight tonight
Ends today too?
dougie69
all ready posted 3 weeks 6 days ok


​And a few times since :D
all ready posted 3 weeks 6 days ok
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12 x 250ml Pepsi/Pepsi Max Cans £1.99 @ Heron

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Saw these instore today. Looked a good price, had a 'Once they're gone they're gone' banner underneath. Best before is August 2016
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Got some today for Ashton-in-Makerfield store. They only had 1 x Pepsi max but few of normal Pepsi.

About 6 boxes after i left ;)
Hot from me
Retro89
Oh no a soft drink deal, the resident HUKD hippy will be in here to say why drinking your own urine is better than this cancer causing liquid (_;)
Heat added btw.
aqua vita...

http://www.lunacynet.com/league/images/s1_harvey.jpg
1.5ltrs for £1.99. I'll stick with the 2 ltr bottle for £1. only get fizzy drinks on rare occasions.
wiggywig
Pluun
So it's not the usual "When they're gone they're still there"? oO
It means that once the stores sell what few they have they won't be getting any more, so pick em up ASAP if you want them instead of waiting a week or whatever
(_;)
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Pepsi Max 16 cans £2.10 (possibly £1.80 online price glitch) @ Waitrose w/MyWaitrose card

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8-packs of Pepsi Max are £3.50, buy one get one free. With a MyWaitrose card pay £2.10 for two 8-packs in-store. Offer ends 28 June. To get this deal you need a MyWaitrose card. Order one from htt…
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Full credit to Waitrose, we agreed to cancel the order due to limited stock. When the stock came in, the order was twice the original price. Just had the email confirmation of the refund on the extra. Thanks Waitrose for honouring the original order price.
It wasn't misleading, but the deal should be (and now has been) expired.

When I first checked the Waitrose site last Wednesday, the offer was showing as £3.50 BOGOF. That offer has been on before several times. With that you'd pay £2.10 for two packs in-store.

Someone at Waitrose screwed up, because it looks like the offer this month was supposed to be two-for-£5. But at some point, online it was showing as both BOGOF and two-for-£5, meaning you could get two packs for £1.80 online. Hence ShortFatJock's bargain.

A while later they fixed it to be just two-for-£5, which is as you say £3.60 for two packs in-store.

Edited By: Donuts123 on Jun 14, 2016 19:54
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This is really misleading. The 8 packs cost £3.50 but if you buy 2 you get them for £2.50 each (£5.00 total)

If your INSTORE they take the 20% MyWaitrose discount of the £3.50 amount so 70p double this up to £1.40 for the 2 packs of 8 Cans (16 total) then they deduct the £1.40 from the £5.00 so you pay £3.60 for the 2 packs of 8 cans making them £1.80 each.

If your ONLINE then the 20% discount comes of the total for the 2 packs of 8 cans ie £5.00 so you save £1.00 reducing the total cost to £4.00.

Edited By: rubberbullets on Jun 14, 2016 16:50
Wow, it'll take a while to get through that lot! Unless you own a cafe/bar/shop/whatever.
A nice pic to end on.

Thank you so much to Waitrose head office and Waitrose Horley for honouring the deal. Best customer services I have ever had from any organisation I have dealt with..:D

This is what 596 cans looks like

http://i65.tinypic.com/2da0tc8.jpg
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4 pack of 330ml cans of Pepsi Max for 69p at Heron Foods

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4 pack of 330ml cans of Pepsi Max for 69p at Heron Foods. Best before date on the tins is July 2016.
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http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2737/4181312680_b1ae2592ba.jpg

I wonder if they have these on them?8)
Nice tins of Pepsi them
cheers
johnthehuman
heat for calling them 'tins' in 2016 8)


​haaahaaa good one :D
heat for calling them 'tins' in 2016 8)
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All Pepsi 2ltr & Doritos 200g, Doritos dips, Walkers sensations 150g all 4 for £3 @ Morrisons

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As stated above its a 4 for £3, mix and match on all varieties, works out at 75p each.
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A students paradise :D
Think I'll fill a basket myself...... Nice :)

Heat!
It says on the website order by 26th June on this deal, I assume this deal is on until that date and it is a nationwide deal. Happy crunching, dipping and slurping people! 8)
Thanks OP, saw offer instore earlier.
Offer showing instore in Bradford Thornbury
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Pepsi 1.5L (Regular, Diet or MAX) 89p @ Tesco

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Half Price Was £1.79 Now 89p Valid until Tue 7th Jun 2016
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Seeing as these are a pound everywhere else for 2ltr this is not a good deal.


£1 in Asda morrisons Lidl Iceland home bargains for 2ltr
Seeing as these are a pound everywhere else for 2ltr this is not a good deal.

i see morrisons has it for £1 but not everyone has close by.
Agree £1 2ltr in tesco express stores not big extra stores. so good deal on online only for ordering delivery.

Edited By: matx00 on May 25, 2016 15:40
agree
Seeing as these are a pound everywhere else for 2ltr this is not a good deal.
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10 pack Pepsi Max £1.99 @ Iceland

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10 cans of Pepsi Max for £1.99 thats not bad deal at all.
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none in sunderland there 3 packs for 6
seems to be larger stores only otherwise the smaller ones charge 3 quid but its 3 packs for sick squid
Not a bad deal at all...if it was actually available in Iceland. This is for Food Warehouse Iceland stores. Title needs amending.
ontheqt
2 pound asda online
8 cans
lazylay
£3 in my Iceland --unfortunately wild goose chase again.


​it's 3 for £6
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7up, Pepsi and Tango all varieties 2 x 8 330ml cans for £4.00, 25p/can

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Ocado are currently offering 2 x 8 330ml cans of all varieties of PepsiCo products including 7up Free and Tango. Works out at 25p a can. Order until 07/06/2016.
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Also These 8 Packs on offer all £2 each at Asda (25p per can)
7up, 7up sugar free, Tango Orange, Tango Orange Sugar Free, Tango Apple, Pepsi Diet Caffine Free, Pepsi, Pepsi Diet, Pepsi Max Cherry, Pepsi Max, Irn Bru, Irn Bru Sugar Free.

Edited By: andreocean on May 18, 2016 10:57
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Pepsi (all Varieties) (8 x 330ml) now 8 for £2.00) @ Asda and Morrisons

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Pepsi (all Varieties) (8 x 330ml) now 8 for £2.00)
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For larger Multipacks deals Iceland have 3x 10packs for £6 20p per can.

Only sugar and maximum caffeine versions and not Diet Pepsi.
Common Sense
25p a can is poor deal.
25p per can good price for small multipacks deals.

For larger Multipacks deals Iceland have 3x 10packs for £6 20p per can.
Common Sense
squiff

Link?
Instore only. I purchased 4 lots 2 days ago.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tray-24-pepsi-max-5-morrisons-instore-2446289

Thank you!
squiff

Link?

Instore only. I purchased 4 lots 2 days ago.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tray-24-pepsi-max-5-morrisons-instore-2446289
This is a good deal thanks OP
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Tray 24 Pepsi max £5.00 morrisons instore

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Seen in Northampton, didnt get a pic as thought i would find it online, but they were on display as you walk instore , so guess its national.£5.00, there was oordinary pepsi too Will get a picture to…
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national?
yes as have seen in other stores since i posted this thread
national?
Also diet Pepsi at this price.
Can't get them that cheap in cash and carry cheapest is £6 with 49p on every can
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30 cans Pepsi / Pepsi Max @ £6.00 @ iceland

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3 x 10 fridge packs 20p a can , good value halifax cards are also giving 10% cashback 2% quidco
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Common Sense
No diet Pepsi. Max has double caffeine.


I think that's only in the USA version.
CM52MUZ
£5 for 24 in Morrisons if Iceland doesn't suit, not much in it
i got it as £4 for 24, weird..
thekitkatshuffler
Common Sense
thekitkatshuffler
Not online. Must've sold out.
It is 3 x 10 pack and not 1 x 30 pack. In essence buy 2 and get 1 pack free.
Sorry, my bad. Cracking deal. :D
or mix n match
£5 for 24 in Morrisons if Iceland doesn't suit, not much in it
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diet Pepsi 500ml 25p instore @ wilkos Wolves

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as title says
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Pepsi max 12 x250 ml asda £1.00

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Asda is selling box of 12 cans for £1.00
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All aspartame research everywhere is financed by Coca Cola et al?! Evidence? And any research that proves it's poisonous was free of any conflicts of interest and obviously top quality but the EFSA and WHO decided to ignore it because.....? Or did Big Soda get to them too?
What a convenient and closed minded line of thought.
What evidence/research have you looked at that showed it was poisonous?

I think closed minded is someone who goes off like a rocket when their ideas are slightly challenged (i.e. you). You took it so badly I can only assume you work for one of those companies X)

But here, knock yourself out:

Aspartame -- History of Fraud and Deception
http://www.mercola.com/article/aspartame/fraud.htm

Survey of Aspartame Studies: Correlation of Outcome & Funding Sources
http://dorway.com/aspartame-the-bad-news-repost/peer-reviewed-aspartame-studies/
http://www.lightenyourtoxicload.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Dr-Walton-survey-of-aspartame-studies.pdf
Studies of aspartame in the peer reviewed medical literature were surveyed for funding source and study outcome. Of the 166 studies felt to have relevance for questions of human safety, 74 had Nutrasweet® industry related funding and 92 were independently funded. One hundred percent of the industry funded research attested to aspartame's safety, whereas 92% of the independently funded research identified a problem. A bibliography supplied by the Nutrasweet® Company included many studies of questionable validity and relevance, with multiple instances of the same study being cited up to 6 times. Questions are raised both about aspartame's safety and the broader issue of the appropriateness of industry sponsorship of medical research.

The paper doesn't detail what those problems are and whether they are mild or severe, but some of the papers that reported problems have titles that suggest serious side adverse reactions:
Olney, Brain Damage in Infant Mice Following Oral Intake of Glutamate, Aspartate or Cysteine., 1970
Wurtman RJ, Neurological Changes Following High Dose Aspartame with Dietary Carbohydrates. N Engl J Med, 1983
Novick, Aspartame Induced Granulomatous Panniculitis. Ann Int Med, 1985
Johns DR, Migrane Provoked by Aspartame. New Eng J Medicine, 1986
Walton, The Possible Role of Aspartame in Seizure Induction. Proceedings of the first International Conference on Phenylalanine and the Brain. Wurtman RJ, Walker E (eds.), Center for Brain Sciences and Metabolism Charitable Trust, Cambridge, 1987

Life-span exposure to low doses of aspartame beginning during prenatal life increases cancer effects in rats.
Soffritti M1, Belpoggi F, Tibaldi E, Esposti DD, Lauriola M.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17805418



Off like a rocket? I didn't mean to come across that way. :D It just boggles my mind when people question things and do research but don't question what they research. The theory here essentially being big corporations are involved in a giant global conspiracy to convince doctors, scientists and governments that a cheap sweetener isn't poisonous. You'd think that these companies would be paying to hide the research or just simply not even putting their names down on the conflicts of interest or the funding disclosure. You then apply that same logic to me i.e a shill gambit.

Many independent studies have found aspartame to be safe. To say otherwise is just confirmation bias and cherry picking data. This article covers Walton's study and explains some of it's limitations and others such as the study by the very controversial Ramazzini foundation. Aspartame has been discussed many times by highly regarded experts such as on Science-Based medicine too.

Mercola is a terrible source of information that is just trying to get you to buy supplements and other expensive wastes of money. I know I won't even make you think about questioning the alleged dangers of aspartame but hopefully you will at question sites like Mercola and not waste money on "detoxes", "grounding mats" etc. :)
Xpert_1
Paying to drink this poison, will vote cold even if I am paid to drink this, stop self harming

So what do you drink? just water, the stuff thats filtered from a tibetan mountain?

because I bet I could find 'poison' in any drink.
HERE WE GO AGAIN...http://www.wildgoosechasene.com/images/logo_wgc2012.jpg
yrreb88
All aspartame research everywhere is financed by Coca Cola et al?! Evidence? And any research that proves it's poisonous was free of any conflicts of interest and obviously top quality but the EFSA and WHO decided to ignore it because.....? Or did Big Soda get to them too?
What a convenient and closed minded line of thought.
What evidence/research have you looked at that showed it was poisonous?

I think closed minded is someone who goes off like a rocket when their ideas are slightly challenged (i.e. you). You took it so badly I can only assume you work for one of those companies X)

But here, knock yourself out:

Aspartame -- History of Fraud and Deception
http://www.mercola.com/article/aspartame/fraud.htm

Survey of Aspartame Studies: Correlation of Outcome & Funding Sources
http://dorway.com/aspartame-the-bad-news-repost/peer-reviewed-aspartame-studies/
http://www.lightenyourtoxicload.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Dr-Walton-survey-of-aspartame-studies.pdf
Studies of aspartame in the peer reviewed medical literature were surveyed for funding source and study outcome. Of the 166 studies felt to have relevance for questions of human safety, 74 had Nutrasweet® industry related funding and 92 were independently funded. One hundred percent of the industry funded research attested to aspartame's safety, whereas 92% of the independently funded research identified a problem. A bibliography supplied by the Nutrasweet® Company included many studies of questionable validity and relevance, with multiple instances of the same study being cited up to 6 times. Questions are raised both about aspartame's safety and the broader issue of the appropriateness of industry sponsorship of medical research.

The paper doesn't detail what those problems are and whether they are mild or severe, but some of the papers that reported problems have titles that suggest serious side adverse reactions:
Olney, Brain Damage in Infant Mice Following Oral Intake of Glutamate, Aspartate or Cysteine., 1970
Wurtman RJ, Neurological Changes Following High Dose Aspartame with Dietary Carbohydrates. N Engl J Med, 1983
Novick, Aspartame Induced Granulomatous Panniculitis. Ann Int Med, 1985
Johns DR, Migrane Provoked by Aspartame. New Eng J Medicine, 1986
Walton, The Possible Role of Aspartame in Seizure Induction. Proceedings of the first International Conference on Phenylalanine and the Brain. Wurtman RJ, Walker E (eds.), Center for Brain Sciences and Metabolism Charitable Trust, Cambridge, 1987

Life-span exposure to low doses of aspartame beginning during prenatal life increases cancer effects in rats.
Soffritti M1, Belpoggi F, Tibaldi E, Esposti DD, Lauriola M.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17805418
dewonderful
The research studies that show Aspartame are safe are bought and paid for by companies like Coca Cola.

That said, I drink it every day and it's done me no harm

http://www.troll.me/images/really-fat-guy-on-computer/really-fat-guy-on-computer.jpg


All aspartame research everywhere is financed by Coca Cola et al?! Evidence? And any research that proves it's poisonous was free of any conflicts of interest and obviously top quality but the EFSA and WHO decided to ignore it because.....? Or did Big Soda get to them too?

What a convenient and closed minded line of thought.

What evidence/research have you looked at that showed it was poisonous?
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30 x 330ml cans pepsi £1.75 Asda

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30 x 330ml cans of pepsi £1.75
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30 CANS FOR £1.75 ..NO WAY NEVER HAPPENING http://www.wildgoosechasene.com/images/logo_wgc2012.jpg[/quote
[quote=MUFFMONKEY]30 CANS FOR £1.75 ..NO WAY NEVER HAPPENING http://www.wildgoosechasene.com/images/logo_wgc2012.jpg
Could you clarify.....Never happening ??? It already has happened
30 CANS FOR £1.75 ..NO WAY NEVER HAPPENING http://www.wildgoosechasene.com/images/logo_wgc2012.jpg
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8 years membership, no deals, barely any comments and still can't use the site properly.
My advice would be sling your hook and jog onnnn.
prash_2k
https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/8386293_f520.jpg

Presume you mean finding a deal you've posted.
Went to 2 stores in Manchester and was full price. However one of the stores was doing 12 cans of 250ml for £1. The other was £3.50
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Morrisons Pepsi 24pks All Varieties £5.00

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While stocks last, 21p a can seems a good price.
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Do they sell cherry pepsi max in the 24 packs?
In store or online please??
Deal. Heated up
marshmellows17
Good price if it's on Pepsi max aswell


​Yes it is, not long been and got Pepsi max :D
thanks, £5 for these and £5 for the car plan sets... Morrisons getting a few fivers from me today!
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Pepsi / Pepsi Max 24x330ml cans £5.00 @ Netto

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24 cans of Pepsi or Pepsi Max for £5 in Netto . Seemed an OK price so thought I'd share
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Such a shame that not even 1 branch of Netto in London is still around :(
must just be up north now then :D
£2.00 for 10 cans at Iceland aswell
Such a shame that not even 1 branch of Netto in London is still around :(
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NETTO FAM! I didn't even realise this still existed? Haven't seen one in ageeeessssss.
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4 packs of Irn Bru , Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Diet Pepsi , 7UP for £1.00 @ Poundland

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4 packs of Irn Bru , Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Diet Pepsi , 7UP for £1 @ Poundland
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so its a four pack of cans not 4 packs of cans ???

And it's Irn Bru - not Lidl own brand !!
these are standard prices . !
standard size too
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Poundland always has packs of 4 mini bottles for £1 I think they are 250mil each, in pepsi, diet pepsi and 7up, is this offer those?
These cans are 330ml plus canned fizzy drinks normally taste better than bottled fizzy drinks.
gNot unless it's a glass bottle.
This is a normal long term item they sell
farmfoods you can get 72 cans for £15 making it 21p a can if you want to stock they had Pepsi, vimto and 7up a think
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10 x Cans of Pepsi Max £2.00 @ Iceland

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Great Deal £2.00 for 10 Pepsi Max Cans at Iceland. Plenty left instore at Iceland in Granton Edinburgh. Also online (min spend for free home delivery).
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Smartguy1
Best make the most of it before this stupid government impose the sugar tax. They obviously don't realise how stupid they look. What will be next.....pastie tax, no they tried that, insurance tax, no we got that already so those of us who bother to insure our cars and house pay the government 6% in order we and others are protected. How about increased of vat, no we had that too. Well extra tax has to come from somewhere. Sticky bun tax, ice cream tax, coffee ànd tea tax or maybe even a broadband and mobile phone tax. Where will it end. It will gain the government an extra £520m a year in extra tax according to the even more unrealistic staticians. Well it won't. Companies are already working on sugar free products and no doubt will have a similar if not the same taste.
Enjoy your sugar fix now whilst it's cheap lol.
It will cost £1billion to implement too so a fantastic idea. :)
Companies have already worked on and made sugar free options like in this deal, they're called Diet Coke, Pepsi Max etc.

I know about the sugar free drinks. They have been around for years and with coca cola I actually prefer the diet coke option. I was having a pop at how stupid this government looks and am not implying I am pro-labour but I am definitely not in favour of our present posh boys. It was interesting to read about the £520m a year the government expects to get in increased taxes for sugar. It's just not going to happen. No doubt one of their bright boys or girls even will think of something new that most of us enjoy that they can think of putting a tax on. Maybe a device to see how much oxygen we consume may be next. the more you breathe, the more you pay haha.
Price is alright, but if there's a Waitrose near you, get a MyWaitrose loyalty card and buy 16 cans for £2.10 (plus a free tea/coffee and newspaper).
baggerofbargains
also 2 x 8 packs for £3.50 @ Waitrose and with PYO comes down to £2.10 (13p per can)
What is PYO? Not Pick Your Own surely?
Smartguy1
Best make the most of it before this stupid government impose the sugar tax. They obviously don't realise how stupid they look. What will be next.....pastie tax, no they tried that, insurance tax, no we got that already so those of us who bother to insure our cars and house pay the government 6% in order we and others are protected. How about increased of vat, no we had that too. Well extra tax has to come from somewhere. Sticky bun tax, ice cream tax, coffee ànd tea tax or maybe even a broadband and mobile phone tax. Where will it end. It will gain the government an extra £520m a year in extra tax according to the even more unrealistic staticians. Well it won't. Companies are already working on sugar free products and no doubt will have a similar if not the same taste.
Enjoy your sugar fix now whilst it's cheap lol.

It will cost £1billion to implement too so a fantastic idea. :)

Companies have already worked on and made sugar free options like in this deal, they're called Diet Coke, Pepsi Max etc.
Best make the most of it before this stupid government impose the sugar tax. They obviously don't realise how stupid they look. What will be next.....pastie tax, no they tried that, insurance tax, no we got that already so those of us who bother to insure our cars and house pay the government 6% in order we and others are protected. How about increased of vat, no we had that too. Well extra tax has to come from somewhere. Sticky bun tax, ice cream tax, coffee ànd tea tax or maybe even a broadband and mobile phone tax. Where will it end. It will gain the government an extra £520m a year in extra tax according to the even more unrealistic staticians. Well it won't. Companies are already working on sugar free products and no doubt will have a similar if not the same taste.

Enjoy your sugar fix now whilst it's cheap lol.
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Pepsi Max 6 cans £1.49 @ Home Bargains

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Pepsi Max pack of 6 cans only £1.49 at Home Bargains.
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16 cans for 86p in waitrose if you have a 10% discount card, choose pepsi max as one of your PYO and get a free coffee/mag/telegraph
You must be waitrose cheapest customer.
As they read this you will find that you have been barred from entering the store, your waitrose membership card suspended,and security has been tightened.
Not such a good deal for you after all

and yet they sent me a 10% off discount card :p
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aau1
16 cans for 86p in waitrose if you have a 10% discount card, choose pepsi max as one of your PYO and get a free coffee/mag/telegraph


You must be waitrose cheapest customer.
As they read this you will find that you have been barred from entering the store, your waitrose membership card suspended,and security has been tightened.

Not such a good deal for you after all


:D:D:D
aau1
16 cans for 86p in waitrose if you have a 10% discount card, choose pepsi max as one of your PYO and get a free coffee/mag/telegraph


You must be waitrose cheapest customer.
As they read this you will find that you have been barred from entering the store, your waitrose membership card suspended,and security has been tightened.

Not such a good deal for you after all
My city is too trampy for a Waitrose but I will look in Iceland tomorrow, Home Bargains also do the superior Max Cherry cans for £1.49.
Sorry,i just remembered this is hukd and proof is needed on all things http://i1334.photobucket.com/albums/w653/aau123/FBE0A0C5-8EF3-47F5-B5E1-6803F268694B_zpsxue8wy35.jpg
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16 Pepsi Max cans for £2.10 + free tea/coffee & newspaper @ Waitrose w/MyWaitrose card

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This deal was posted by wixxx back in February but expired. The offer is back on and I need some Internet Kudos Points so... 8-packs of Pepsi Max are £3.50, buy one get one free. If you have a MyWa…
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Ive got 38 cases now..
22 more and i will have a 6 month supply.
SeabassB
Ok cool, so is that a normal my waitrose card? Or a special one for 10% off shopping? Can we not load up x48 cans, newspaper, magazine and coffee in one day?

Normal my waitrose card that I've had for years and a paper 10% discount card that they recently sent me to use with it

I could stock up with multiple packs all at once but I'm happy getting a couple a day for the lowest price possible when combined with free mag/paper/coffee.

I've still got about 100 cans of coke zero from when they were 1p in Tesco last year and I'm getting free 1.75l bottles of coke zero from Asda/Sainsburys right now so don't really want to waste too much money on topping up my can stash

Edited By: aau1 on Mar 25, 2016 21:07
I got conned they only took 2.10 off instead of 2.80
This sounds like a separate discount card to the mywaitrose card, which I did not
Receive when mine arrived!
aau1: Did they send you that discount card along with a new MyWaitrose card? If so, maybe I should register a (totally not imaginary) family member for their own MyWaitrose card...
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pepsi 2l £1.00 plus 80 nectar points @ Sainsburys

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Load 80 nectar points voucher to nectar website. Currently on offer at £1. Depending how you use your points makes the bottle about 20p https://www.nectar.com/offers/0100024209
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Diabetes in a bottle.
​sugar free, so how do you figure that?

Diabetes not in a bottle.
smugjojo
Diabetes in a bottle.


​sugar free, so how do you figure that?
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Diabetes in a bottle.
darcystewartturner
Does this deal multiply?


​no it won't :(
Does this deal multiply?
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2litres Pepsi, Pepsi Max & Diet Pepsi 3 bottles for £2.50 @ Iceland

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3 bottles for £2.50, seen in longton but national deal
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Been to Iceland food warehouse and this offer doesn't apply.


​i went to a normal iceland not food warehouse but deal also online too
Been to Iceland food warehouse and this offer doesn't apply.
CvrPaddyCvr
Have been this price for a few months in my local Iceland in N.I. Great price though!


​just saw them yesterday hence why i posted this deal
Been this price for months. I am going to post the 5 for £3 at KFC, tomorrow! That should get me the hottest deal of the day too ;)
Have been this price for a few months in my local Iceland in N.I. Great price though!
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30 x cans pepsi max £5.50 @ asda instore

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the large multipacks were all reduced to £5.50 found in aintree liverpool. not bad for 30 cans!
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These were a fiver in Morrison's not long ago.
Checked my local store last night, they had put the price upto £11 so might of just been the one store
Facemasks for the Other half im afraid, they were half price. lol<3
Hahahahahahaahah facemasks with pepsi max good combo!!
Sounds like the woman are getting ready for champions league next week.
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Pizza Anyone? £20.00 for all of this >>> 2 Large Pizzas, Garlic Bread, Wedges and a 1.5l bottle Pepsi @ Pizza Hut

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The Champions Bundle - £20 Deal includes 2 large Pizzas, Italian, Classic Crust or Pan (Base up-sells apply), 1 portion of Garlic Bread, 1 portion of wedges, and 1.5l Pepsi drinks (Excludes Tango &
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ikskwizituk
Would rather get a couple Chicago town takeaway pizzas, or Morrisons own fresh made and the rest for about half the cost of that.
Pizza hut pizzas aren't as nice as they used to be.
very subjective and your entitled to your opinon
Thank you for confirming that I am entitled to my opinion.
your welcome :{

Edited By: BoGoF on May 06, 2016 18:04
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ikskwizituk
Would rather get a couple Chicago town takeaway pizzas, or Morrisons own fresh made and the rest for about half the cost of that.
Pizza hut pizzas aren't as nice as they used to be.
​In your opinion.
55 other people seem to agree.
But yes, my opinion has been shared.
BoGoF
ikskwizituk
Would rather get a couple Chicago town takeaway pizzas, or Morrisons own fresh made and the rest for about half the cost of that.
Pizza hut pizzas aren't as nice as they used to be.
very subjective and your entitled to your opinon
Thank you for confirming that I am entitled to my opinion.
Thanks Op, Sunday lunch sorted!
danjames922
They should get a better job if they have to survive on tips.
...really?
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10 pack Pepsi/Pepsi Max £2.00 @ Iceland

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10 pack Pepsi/Pepsi Max £2.00 @ Iceland Usually pay £2.00 for 8 cans in Morrisons or Asda, so a 10pack for £2.00 is good value
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they are usually £7 for 3 packs anyway, £2.33 a pack, but still, heat added, good find...
Iceland are also doing 3 2ltr bottles of Pepsi for £2.50 or you can get 3 3ltr bottles of Coke for £5
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10 pack Pepsi/Pepsi Max £2.00 @ Iceland
Usually pay £2.00 for 8 cans in Morrisons or Asda, so a 10pack for £2.00 is good value
Purchased some Pepsi Max 10 can pack for £2.00 Iceland Holburn Street Aberdeen City, Just a heads up for anyone that lives round about's there & wants / needs some!

Oh and they still have the 2 Litre bottles of Pepsi Max also at 3 for £2.50 in this store also. ( Middle isle, shelf above the freezers )

Thanks OP! ; / )
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oldskoolpug
Great if u don't like teeth.

Seriously and you posted a deal for Dairy Milk Chocolate , yet your concerned about you teeth


Ha, aren't u the observant 1. Good for you
oldskoolpug
Great if u don't like teeth.
Then you would require the Pepsi Max variety
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24 cans of Pepsi, 7-up, Tango (330ml) for £4.99 at Farm Foods

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24 cans 330 ml Pepsi, 7-up, Tango for £4.99 at Farm Foods - 21p per can! Diet Pepsi & Pepsi Max also included Was after the 30 cans for £5 deal put up by ASDA last December but couldn't find it an…
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I got 24 cans of 7up for £2 on Monday from our local farm foods
That's great! I wish mine had that offer too!
I got 24 cans of 7up for £2 on Monday from our local farm foods
Ours in Grimsby also had Fanta zero and diet Vimto to :-)
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Bought 7up from farmfoods in Dewsbury on 15/2/16 12 pack for £1 per pack
OMG that's awesome! The store near me doesn't have this offer :-(
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Groovii D
been this price for a long long time
Just spotted it yesterday at FF near me. Wasn't there before.
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30 cans of Pepsi, Pepsi max or diet Pepsi for £5.00 Morrisons

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Just seen this in the Morrisons Atlas store on Mornington Road, Bolton. 30 x 330ml cans of Pepsi, Pepsi max or diet Pepsi works out at 16p a can :-)
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Good price, but currently if you have a MyWaitrose card you can get 16 cans (two 8-packs) of Pepsi Max for £2.10 from Waitrose. Plus you get a free coffee and newspaper with that. :)
true. people who drink this should be refused diabities treatment on nhs:)
true. people who drink this should be refused diabities treatment on nhs:)
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i wont drink it if it was free
well, I wouldn't ask for your opinion...even if it was free


​lol. may be but i didnt ask you to comment either.
Not in Cannock bro