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48 x 500ml bottles Pepsi Max £20 @ Farmfoods
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48 x 500ml bottles Pepsi Max £20 @ Farmfoods

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Posted 17th Oct 2018Local
Buy two cases of 500ml Pepsi max for £20. That's less than 42p a bottle.

Hope it helps someone.
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catherine.smithaEE17/10/2018 11:51

Plus, they do vouchers in their leaflet £2.50 off £25, £5 off £50 etc. So i …Plus, they do vouchers in their leaflet £2.50 off £25, £5 off £50 etc. So if you need anything else, can get a little knocked off.


You can print the vouchers now farmfoods.co.uk/pdf…pdf
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Plus, they do vouchers in their leaflet £2.50 off £25, £5 off £50 etc. So if you need anything else, can get a little knocked off.
48 cans for 12 at tesco ok smaller but works out so much cheaper
Fanimal6 m ago

48 cans for 12 at tesco ok smaller but works out so much cheaper


Bottles are more convenient
catherine.smithaEE17/10/2018 11:51

Plus, they do vouchers in their leaflet £2.50 off £25, £5 off £50 etc. So i …Plus, they do vouchers in their leaflet £2.50 off £25, £5 off £50 etc. So if you need anything else, can get a little knocked off.


You can print the vouchers now farmfoods.co.uk/pdf…pdf
abombolo5 m ago

You can print the vouchers now …You can print the vouchers now https://www.farmfoods.co.uk/pdfs/farmfoods_voucher.pdf


Happy days! Good find
Yeah, sod the oceans, I did my 5 minute beach clean and posted in on twitter, so I feel better about myself now.
Fanimal17/10/2018 12:05

48 cans for 12 at tesco ok smaller but works out so much cheaper


I think pound for pound it's not. Think it works out 84p a litre in bottles and I think 87p a litre for cans so more convenient and cheaper. People, please correct me if my maths is beyond shoddy
catherine.smithaEE17/10/2018 13:54

I think pound for pound it's not. Think it works out 84p a litre in …I think pound for pound it's not. Think it works out 84p a litre in bottles and I think 87p a litre for cans so more convenient and cheaper. People, please correct me if my maths is beyond shoddy


+With bottles you can do your bit to wrack the ocean and planet earth for future generations.
Not saying cans arr any better regards to environment.
Edited by: "littel.helper" 17th Oct 2018
Fanimal7 h, 56 m ago

48 cans for 12 at tesco ok smaller but works out so much cheaper


If you can find them...our local superstore has had an empty space for the past week,bought them in Iceland @£6.50 per 24
littel.helper17/10/2018 15:44

+With bottles you can do your bit to wrack the ocean and planet earth … +With bottles you can do your bit to wrack the ocean and planet earth for future generations.Not saying cans arr any better regards to environment.


Or just recycle them in the bins provided by councils? :/
kwl14718/10/2018 09:50

Or just recycle them in the bins provided by councils? :/


Yes responsible people would .... but why create the problem in first place!
littel.helper18/10/2018 10:06

Yes responsible people would .... but why create the problem in …Yes responsible people would .... but why create the problem in first place!


Erm because how else are people going to consume Pepsi at their own leisure? We need containers.

I suppose the only solution at this point would be to encourage or incentivise recycling of the bottles. Maybe even penalising those that don't recycle.
kwl14718/10/2018 10:49

Erm because how else are people going to consume Pepsi at their own …Erm because how else are people going to consume Pepsi at their own leisure? We need containers. I suppose the only solution at this point would be to encourage or incentivise recycling of the bottles. Maybe even penalising those that don't recycle.


Perhaps they should start a service where a man with a backpack on comes round to your house during meals and sprays Pepsi Max directly into your mouth. I'm sure the carbon footprint of having someone driving around a large diesel lorry full of Pepsi would not fully offset the plastic recycling...
AmFearLiathMòr22/10/2018 17:57

Perhaps they should start a service where a man with a backpack on comes …Perhaps they should start a service where a man with a backpack on comes round to your house during meals and sprays Pepsi Max directly into your mouth. I'm sure the carbon footprint of having someone driving around a large diesel lorry full of Pepsi would not fully offset the plastic recycling...


I don't follow.

I'm actually in favour of this deal?

Rather I'm saying that buyers can easily recycle the cans?
kwl14722/10/2018 19:10

I don't follow. I'm actually in favour of this deal? Rather I'm saying …I don't follow. I'm actually in favour of this deal? Rather I'm saying that buyers can easily recycle the cans?


Sorry that wasn't meant to be directed at you. Just a general comment on the direction that this thread is taking.

Recycling is most probably the way to go until we have invented Stark Trek style replicators...
AmFearLiathMòr22nd Oct 2018

Sorry that wasn't meant to be directed at you. Just a general comment on …Sorry that wasn't meant to be directed at you. Just a general comment on the direction that this thread is taking.Recycling is most probably the way to go until we have invented Stark Trek style replicators...


Oh no worries. That makes sense.

Yeah I agree. Until machines are smarter than us and eventually render us useless, or we find a way to efficiently produce energy we need, then recycling is the best thing we can do.
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