24 cans (330ml) of Pepsi/Diet Pepsi/Pepsi Max - £5.75 at Makro
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24 cans (330ml) of Pepsi/Diet Pepsi/Pepsi Max - £5.75 at Makro

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Found 31st May 2014
Packs of 24 cans of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Pepsi Max currently on sale at £4.79 + VAT at Makro. Works out to £5.75 or 24p a can.

Works out slightly cheaper than when the packs of 8 are on offer for £2 each.

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25p or less is always good. Heat added.

Do Makro still charge for membership ?

abbiislam

Do Makro still charge for membership ?



I think you are confusing Makro with Costco.

Same (roughly) as the standard Costco price. So, ok if you're not a Costco member

royghly the same at farmfoods for those without a makeo

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I think you are confusing Makro with Costco.


Makro used to to charge an annual fee in the 90s but I found them rather expensive but my neighbour has informed me that they don't now
I'm not confusing them at all my good friend

You still have the pain in the **** of trying to join up, which they don't make easy.

Farmfoods recently put theirs up to £6.25 for a 24 slab. Hot

You need to own a business to join up?

abbiislam

Makro used to to charge an annual fee in the 90s but I found them rather … Makro used to to charge an annual fee in the 90s but I found them rather expensive but my neighbour has informed me that they don't now I'm not confusing them at all my good friend

Makro are still expensive,I have a card and go in there once a month or so to get stuff for my work in bulk ( I would never buy stuff for myself ) Most stuff is cheaper in the supermarket so I don't understand how they are still trading but I do know that Bookers now own Makro but since the buyout it hasn't made them any cheaper!

Do Makro still restrict membership to VAT registered businesses? I'd definitely like to join if not...

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Do Makro still restrict membership to VAT registered businesses? I'd … Do Makro still restrict membership to VAT registered businesses? I'd definitely like to join if not...


Don't need to be vat registered but when I got my card had to show my tax reference and two invoices

Thanks, but you still have to be a business/self employed? Not like Costco where an individual can get membership just by being of a particular profession (i.e. teacher / accountant)?

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You can use Makro online 'without' being a member. Free delivery if spending over £60. As I understand they don't sell everything you'll find in the shop online.

Good deal op, love this stuff, thanks
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