2 Litre Asda Sparkling Water - 10p online and instore!
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2 Litre Asda Sparkling Water - 10p online and instore!

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Found 15th Nov 2009Made hot 15th Nov 2009
Its water. Its sparkling and its 10p. I think the still water is more expensive at 13p instore (reduced from 17p!)

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my ten year old son drinks nothing but water - he wont drink anything fizzy (fast forward a few years though and am sure that will change when he tastes beer) but it annoys me the price difference in bottles of water

sometimes I pay 50p for a small bottle if we are just popping into a shop for a drink but u can buy the big 2litres for half that. Can hardly stick a 2 litre bottle into his lunchbox

what size is this bottle OP

bossyboots;6895057

....what size is this bottle OP



Should be 2 Litres... Tesco does the same for 13p / bottle

whatsThePoint;6895183

Can you not just buy a big bottle and fill a smaller one with it?



I do do that - but am talking about when we are out and about and he needs a drink - its crazy the way water is priced

We are lucky here in Scotland that our tap water is lovely so I tend to keep refilling his smaller bottles.

Remember this day....In the not too distant future you will talk about and remember that you could buy 2 lt. bottles of carbonated water for 10p. Countries will be at war over water very very soon.
As for us Scots, yes, we officially have the best water in the world, remember this next year when it gets sold off! (you heard it hear first)

this the value range stuff....bleurgh. its gotta be volvic...yummmmmmm!

rehydrated;6895695

Remember this day....In the not too distant future you will talk about … Remember this day....In the not too distant future you will talk about and remember that you could buy 2 lt. bottles of carbonated water for 10p. Countries will be at war over water very very soon.


Countries are already at war over water - in dry regions. But I doubt the UK will ever have a shortage of rain...

bossyboots;6895057

my ten year old son drinks nothing but water - he wont drink anything … my ten year old son drinks nothing but water - he wont drink anything fizzy (fast forward a few years though and am sure that will change when he tastes beer) but it annoys me the price difference in bottles of watersometimes I pay 50p for a small bottle if we are just popping into a shop for a drink but u can buy the big 2litres for half that. Can hardly stick a 2 litre bottle into his lunchboxwhat size is this bottle OP



It's the same as my daughter she is 9 and only drink water, she will not even drink fruit juice or anything else, she takes her water bottle out with a strap on it when we are out I just fill that up for her

Banned

Taps ftw

I will heed all the warnings about climate change when people stop wasting money on bottled water. Water is FREE from the tap and better for you. Health guidlines do not recommend babies drink bottled water at all. A complete waste of money

Original Poster

Ha ha the credit crunch must be biting hard if u regard 10p as a complete waste of money

whenever I see fizzy water I am reminded of the comment that in America perrier is known as derriere water because only a******s drink it.

Buy a small bottle of something once then refill from the tap before you go out.

Next time you're picking up 2 litre bottles of water in the supermarket, pause to think about this: There are huge number of people on this planet who don't have easy access to clean water or don't have access to it at all. The bottled water you're buying is most likely sourced from a tap somewhere else in the country, put in to a plastic bottle that took significant energy to create and will take years to decompose, then transported hundreds miles on a lorry. Then ask yourself why, when you have access all the clean drinking water you want on demand simply by turning on a tap in your kitchen, are you buying it in a bottle from a supermarket? "Because it's slightly fizzy" is not sufficient justification.

spaceboy2008;6897183

Next time you're picking up 2 litre bottles of water in the supermarket, … Next time you're picking up 2 litre bottles of water in the supermarket, pause to think about this: There are huge number of people on this planet who don't have easy access to clean water or don't have access to it at all. The bottled water you're buying is most likely sourced from a tap somewhere else in the country, put in to a plastic bottle that took significant energy to create and will take years to decompose, then transported hundreds miles on a lorry. Then ask yourself why, when you have access all the clean drinking water you want on demand simply by turning on a tap in your kitchen, are you buying it in a bottle from a supermarket? "Because it's slightly fizzy" is not sufficient justification.



next time i buy it from a supermarket i will stop and think..... could i get this cheaper if i looked on HUKD!

spaceboy2008;6897183

"Because it's slightly fizzy" is not sufficient justification.



Because there is no other sensible way to get fizzy water? We used to get sodastream cartridges from tesco and fizz up the tap water, but they don't stock them any more, and they stopped taking the cylinders for recycling anyway. Soda fountain cartridges work out at ~40p/litre and result in even-less biodegradable steel cartridges as waste. We could drive to the nearest lakeland 30 miles away, but they only stock the 60 litre sodastream cartridges not the 35 litre ones that fit our machine. We recycle the plastic bottles, so they shouldn't end up in landfill. Any more bright ideas?

Banned

The only thing worse then sparkling water is drinking it! *scratches head*

This is a good price. It is 12p in Sainsburys!

BEWARE - :? I believe that these are called table water i.e. tap water - not spring or mineral water. Why pay extra for something you already pay for at home!

Aaaaah - but it is sparkling. My tap delivers only still water.

Still = Tap water
Fizzy = Carbonated tap water :thumbsup:

Hate fizzy water but not a bad price
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