1 litre glass bottles of coke & diet coke 50p @ Asda instore
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1 litre glass bottles of coke & diet coke 50p @ Asda instore

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Found 27th Dec 2015
Glass litre bottles of coke and diet coke reduced to 50p in Asda. Asked and its nationwide however they reckon it will go quickly as it's the remains from Christmas stock.

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£1:15 in Manchester, swinton

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scotts2a

£1:15 in Manchester, swinton



They're all supposed to be reduced as I asked before coming home to post this.

voted hot it went from 45 to 71 ☺

badboybob

They're all supposed to be reduced as I asked before coming home to post … They're all supposed to be reduced as I asked before coming home to post this.



​No point in asking staff, they haven't got a clue . 99.9% of people who ask staff are told it's nationwide, less than 50% of deals are. That is the same in every supermarket.

Glass? Seriously?

I thought the glass bottles only went up to 330ml.

badboybob

They're all supposed to be reduced as I asked before coming home to post … They're all supposed to be reduced as I asked before coming home to post this.



​In my experience, staff in stores don't have a clue what's happening in the next aisle let alone nationwide!!!

That's definitely a plastic bottle in the image. Not seen a glass litre bottle for decades!

I can confirm it is 1L glass bottle, I bought one before christmas for £1.15

mahow

Glass? Seriously? I thought the glass bottles only went up to 330ml.



Its a limited edition they did for over Christmas, sold by Asda only. Has a plastic screw lid like a normal bottle. No idea why they didn't use a metal screw lid.
Edited by: "wiggywig" 28th Dec 2015

I love ice cold coke from a glass bottle

nice find op, heat

Its not Nationwide - I saw it in Glasgow Helen St today for £1.15 , another supermarket wild goose chase that everyone votes hot

Got regardless it's nationwide or not love Coke from glass bottle still cheaper then 330ml glass bottle

Cold. £1.15 in Bromborough

Gollywood

I love ice cold coke from a glass bottle



dion77

Got regardless it's nationwide or not love Coke from glass bottle still … Got regardless it's nationwide or not love Coke from glass bottle still cheaper then 330ml glass bottle



True that ...

they were 50p in bolton as well before Christmas

I work at asda and deals differ store to store. It depends on what stock the shop have and whether the manager wants to reduce them depending on his waste. Our store is still £1.15.

£1 in newmains, Lanarkshire, only diet left

Darzen

​No point in asking staff, they haven't got a clue . 99.9% of people who … ​No point in asking staff, they haven't got a clue . 99.9% of people who ask staff are told it's nationwide, less than 50% of deals are. That is the same in every supermarket.



dont you love it when people pull statistics out of their ass!

iamprobably

dont you love it when people pull statistics out of their ass!



​only 12% of the time

itsdavidjones1984

​only 12% of the time



Tastes better out of glass, still gives you diabetes though sadly

cookey84

Tastes better out of glass, still gives you diabetes though sadly



It probably won't though as there's not much of a direct link between sugar and type 2 diabetes. Type 1 definitely has nothing to do with sugar intake.

scotts2a

£1:15 in Manchester, swinton



Same at castleford store

yrreb88

It probably won't though as there's not much of a direct link between … It probably won't though as there's not much of a direct link between sugar and type 2 diabetes. Type 1 definitely has nothing to do with sugar intake.


I take it you don't have T2 diabetes then? If you did you wouldn't make such a stupid comment. Of course sugar intake and T2 diabetes are linked, hence the incredible increase in T2 diabetes - and its caused by our high sugar, high processed food, high carb diets.

I am the Coca Cola Monster. Do not confuse high quality 4.50x(4x330ml) glass bottles of cola with bottle top with these fake ones. It tastes the same as a plastic bottle and is equally as flat. Trust me, I got 10 of them.

£1.15 in Nottinghamshire. I still bought 4

Bargainhuntersupreme

I take it you don't have T2 diabetes then? If you did you wouldn't make … I take it you don't have T2 diabetes then? If you did you wouldn't make such a stupid comment. Of course sugar intake and T2 diabetes are linked, hence the incredible increase in T2 diabetes - and its caused by our high sugar, high processed food, high carb diets.



Not according to Diabetes UK, it certainly isn't a case of 'of course they are linked'. Being overweight probably is, so it would be safer to say calories and T2 diabetes are linked, although this is also not conclusive. The biggest research study found that sugary soft drinks had a small effect on diabetes risk after BMI was taken into account.

It probably is healthier to avoid large amounts of sugar, but it isn't a fact that sugar causes diabetes. Personally I don't touch the stuff as I've seen how nicely it can clean objects of rust and corrosion and I'd rather not have that in my stomach!

£2 asda in coatbridge

Original price was £2 for a bottle. Heat from me.

£1.15 @ Pudesy

Great deal.

No one other than the OP appears to have got this deal, despite it allegedly being national, and yet it is 4th best deal of the day. I must say I've never even seen this product in the Asda store in Pershore.

Site broken. Meanwhile voted HOT, HOT, HOT!

Non-existant at Eastlands
Edited by: "sidog" 28th Dec 2015

iamprobably

dont you love it when people pull statistics out of their ass!



I much prefer it it it's a coke bottle but I'll settle for statistics if that's all you have. Got any photos of those stats?

m4rc

Not according to Diabetes UK, it certainly isn't a case of 'of course … Not according to Diabetes UK, it certainly isn't a case of 'of course they are linked'. Being overweight probably is, so it would be safer to say calories and T2 diabetes are linked, although this is also not conclusive. The biggest research study found that sugary soft drinks had a small effect on diabetes risk after BMI was taken into account. It probably is healthier to avoid large amounts of sugar, but it isn't a fact that sugar causes diabetes. Personally I don't touch the stuff as I've seen how nicely it can clean objects of rust and corrosion and I'd rather not have that in my stomach!



The Phosphoric acid in Coke does the cleaning.

Store specific,

£1.15 in barking I guess the deal is nationwide but getting it for 50p? That's a barg.. I mean, the price it should be! It's only 1L!!

£1.15 in Fareham today

Cold these bottles look terrible saw one tonight nothing like small class bottles and just printed on the glass as well not like the classes either and £1.15

fishmaster

The Phosphoric acid in Coke does the cleaning.



You could say that about any acid though such as acetic or citric acid. I'm sure we've all heard about the cleaning powers of vinegar or lemon juice.
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