30 Cans of Regular Coca-Cola £10 on Amazon Prime Now (33p/can) (£40 min spend)
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30 Cans of Regular Coca-Cola £10 on Amazon Prime Now (33p/can) (£40 min spend)

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Posted 3rd Oct
Been waiting ages to snap up a deal like this. So hard to find deals on full fat coke these days.

£10 off your first Prime Now order with code WELCOME10 too!
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ScroopEgerton03/10/2019 09:18

Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's …Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's Brexit for you.


What’s this got to do with Brexit, it’s sugar tax
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Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's Brexit for you.
ScroopEgerton03/10/2019 09:18

Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's …Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's Brexit for you.


What’s this got to do with Brexit, it’s sugar tax
Good post sugar tax price, heat!
Thanks ordered, along with diet option for same price
What amazon prime now . All I can see is £14 odd !
George20019103/10/2019 09:24

What’s this got to do with Brexit, it’s sugar tax


Sugar tax was introduced to levy some of the brexit costs
I think it is oos now, but i managed to get some. Awesome price with the discount code. Thanks
mazabits03/10/2019 09:58

Sugar tax was introduced to levy some of the brexit costs


Was it balls!!!
Same price and 100ml extra with buying 2 4x 1.25l multi pack.
it's this price in Asda
I wonder if soon, people will be driving across to other countries and smuggling back crates of sugary drinks! And then selling them to there mates on facebook. Like they do with cigarettes
bhqmaster03/10/2019 10:11

Was it balls!!!


More like a pair of balls can do a better job than the gov
The price of sugar cane imported from Brazil has hefty tariffs put on them from the eu so after brexit those high tariffs will be gone and the price of sugar should drop which is good news for businesses like Tate & Lyle and us the consumer
Edited by: "dunny06" 3rd Oct
AJ9203/10/2019 10:43

Same price and 100ml extra with buying 2 4x 1.25l multi pack.


Cans fit a mini fridge better
chemicalyinbalanced03/10/2019 10:46

I wonder if soon, people will be driving across to other countries and …I wonder if soon, people will be driving across to other countries and smuggling back crates of sugary drinks! And then selling them to there mates on facebook. Like they do with cigarettes


When I went on my summer holiday I filled the excess space in my suitcase with full sugar drinks. Finding something you can drink in this country is almost impossible nowadays. I have been considering driving over to France to load up, not reached those levels of desperation yet, but getting close.

it was so nice to actually be able to drink Capri sun again in Spain, since the change Capri Sun is dead to me in England.
ianjury03/10/2019 09:50

What amazon prime now . All I can see is £14 odd !



Yes £14.55 is all I can find too.
dunny0603/10/2019 11:56

The price of sugar cane imported from Brazil has hefty tariffs put on them …The price of sugar cane imported from Brazil has hefty tariffs put on them from the eu so after brexit those high tariffs will be gone and the price of sugar should drop which is good news for businesses like Tate & Lyle and us the consumer



wot a load of tosh,
T&L are the only seller of sugar cane based sugar in the uk all other is beet sugar which is surprising because one of the cheapest sugar prices available today in the uk is the Tate and Lyle 1kg packs from B&M

The sugar tax was put on because of publicity by the likes of Mr Jamie Oliver because of the surge in childhood obesity.
ScroopEgerton03/10/2019 09:18

Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's …Remember not so long ago you could get them for 19p when on offer? That's Brexit for you.


Sugar tax*
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