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3 litre Pepsi Max bottle £1.75 @ B&M (National)
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3 litre Pepsi Max bottle £1.75 @ B&M (National)

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Posted 26th JanAvailable: National

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3395467.jpg3 litre Pepsi Max bottle £1.75 at B&M - deal is national however confirmed in stock at Bury Mill Gate store

Next best price based on 2 x 1.5 Litres bottles being purchased for £1 each (total of 3 Litres for £2)

Disclaimer:Posted 28 days ago so should be okay to re-post as it's been 28 days
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3 for a fiver in Farmfoods (=£1.67 per bottle)
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£1,95 in Iceland or 2 for £3.50, which works out @ £1.75 each.,,
aLV42626/01/2020 11:08

£1,95 in Iceland or 2 for £3.50, which works out @ £1.75 each.,,


Also a good deal if you buy two. This is £1.75 on its own (no multi buy required), great news for both Iceland and B&M shoppers!
The correct price for 2 litres is £1. Unfortunately Pepsi and Coca Cola seem to ignore this.
Tesco cherry cola is the best tasting of all of them. 50p a 2L bottle as standard
When the sugar tax went on the price of Max went up too and the volumes of the bottles went down not long after, as far as I'm concerned they can stay on the shelves. Lidl coke isn't bad I find.
3 for a fiver in Farmfoods (=£1.67 per bottle)
melted26/01/2020 12:24

3 for a fiver in Farmfoods (=£1.67 per bottle)


I saw this post and though the 3 bottles i brought yesterday is a better deal from farmfoods, but you beat me to it
The devil's drink.
Addictive and tasty but fks you up
unholywar26/01/2020 13:15

I saw this post and though the 3 bottles i brought yesterday is a better …I saw this post and though the 3 bottles i brought yesterday is a better deal from farmfoods, but you beat me to it



Well, you could still have mentioned the extra 10% discount using the vouchers in their leaflets.

eg, if you were to buy 15 bottles for £25 and use a £2.50 off £25 spend voucher = £1.50 per bottle.

Alternatively, stock up on other offers, like little duck toilet roll, and Fox's jam n cream biscuits (3 for £1) are really nice.
Edited by: "melted" 26th Jan
Aldi cola zero is lovely stuff (used to be virgin cola) 39p 2l
Need to drink it in one go, it goes flat pretty soon after opening.
melted26/01/2020 14:20

Well, you could still have mentioned the extra 10% discount using the …Well, you could still have mentioned the extra 10% discount using the vouchers in their leaflets. eg, if you were to buy 15 bottles for £25 and use a £2.50 off £25 spend voucher = £1.50 per bottle.Alternatively, stock up on other offers, like little duck toilet roll, and Fox's jam n cream biscuits (3 for £1) are really nice.


Afraid it’s only £2 off a £25 spend now, but still a good deal though. They stopped the £2.50 vouchers a while back.
markjohnson26/01/2020 21:00

Aldi cola zero is lovely stuff (used to be virgin cola) 39p 2l


I tried their viva ZX cola, or whatever they call it a while back, It wasn't too bad, but I prefer pepsi max, tasted similarish to coke zero but with a slight aftertaste as I recall.

It had the same combination of sweeteners as used in both coke zero and pepsi max which is a good sign, unlike most of the vile tasting supermarket own brand colas.
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melted27/01/2020 12:12

I tried their viva ZX cola, or whatever they call it a while back, It …I tried their viva ZX cola, or whatever they call it a while back, It wasn't too bad, but I prefer pepsi max, tasted similarish to coke zero but with a slight aftertaste as I recall.It had the same combination of sweeteners as used in both coke zero and pepsi max which is a good sign, unlike most of the vile tasting supermarket own brand colas.



Yeah know what you but mean it is very close to Pepsi max and 1/5 of the price so that's why i drink it
Edited by: "markjohnson" 27th Jan
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