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6 cans of Pepsi Max Raspberry soda - £1.69 in-store @ Home Bargains (Heaton Park)
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6 cans of Pepsi Max Raspberry soda - £1.69 in-store @ Home Bargains (Heaton Park)

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Posted 23rd MayAvailable: North West (Greater Manchester)

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6 cans of Pepsi Max Raspberry soda - £1.69 in-store at Home Bargains (Heaton Park)
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Good price but yukety yuk!
agneepath23/05/2020 14:02

Good price but yukety yuk!


Tastebuds it's my favourite flavour
agneepath23/05/2020 14:02

Good price but yukety yuk!


I think it’s not bad actually, much better than some of the horrible yuk flavours of Coke that you often find in the likes of Heron Food and Home Bargains.
Haircut_10023/05/2020 14:11

I think it’s not bad actually, much better than some of the horrible yuk f …I think it’s not bad actually, much better than some of the horrible yuk flavours of Coke that you often find in the likes of Heron Food and Home Bargains.


Finally, someone that agrees the flavoured coke is horrible! Never thought I'd see the day
There's not much of a raspberry taste, cherry is far superior
andrewworrall123/05/2020 14:12

Finally, someone that agrees the flavoured coke is horrible! Never thought …Finally, someone that agrees the flavoured coke is horrible! Never thought I'd see the day


Some of them are horrible, but not all of them though. I think the ones that you find in the likes of Home Bargains tend to be the time limited varieties that weren’t very popular and didn’t sell well at the supermarkets. But in a way it’s fun though trying the different flavours of Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Fanta, etc that you find you 20p a can in these places. Pepsi Max Ginger is nice but I’ve had some yuk ones, such as Sprite cucumber and Diet Coke peach. However as bad as they are none of them are anywhere near as bad as Rubicon Street Drinks. They could hardly give them away as they were so awful.
Ginger is the one
Haircut_10023/05/2020 14:18

Some of them are horrible, but not all of them though. I think the ones …Some of them are horrible, but not all of them though. I think the ones that you find in the likes of Home Bargains tend to be the time limited varieties that weren’t very popular and didn’t sell well at the supermarkets. But in a way it’s fun though trying the different flavours of Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Fanta, etc that you find you 20p a can in these places. Pepsi Max Ginger is nice but I’ve had some yuk ones, such as Sprite cucumber and Diet Coke peach. However as bad as they are none of them are anywhere near as bad as Rubicon Street Drinks. They could hardly give them away as they were so awful.


Fair enough mate. I have accidentally tried diet coke strawberry once and I spat it right out. I absolutely hate anything strawberry flavoured, including the actual fruit itself.
andrewworrall123/05/2020 14:40

Fair enough mate. I have accidentally tried diet coke strawberry once and …Fair enough mate. I have accidentally tried diet coke strawberry once and I spat it right out. I absolutely hate anything strawberry flavoured, including the actual fruit itself.


Agreed, the Diet Coke Strawberry one wasn’t great.
Pepsi rules coke sucks!😁😁😁
I actually like this stuff and find it annoying they don’t do 24 packs like they do with Pepsi max and Pepsi max cherry. Are they good dates as I know home bargains can have short dates on items? Good price tho
Haircut_10023/05/2020 14:11

I think it’s not bad actually, much better than some of the horrible yuk f …I think it’s not bad actually, much better than some of the horrible yuk flavours of Coke that you often find in the likes of Heron Food and Home Bargains.


The mango sugar free coke comes to mind
Cold for calling it soda
Haircut_10023/05/2020 14:18

Some of them are horrible, but not all of them though. I think the ones …Some of them are horrible, but not all of them though. I think the ones that you find in the likes of Home Bargains tend to be the time limited varieties that weren’t very popular and didn’t sell well at the supermarkets. But in a way it’s fun though trying the different flavours of Coke, Pepsi, Sprite, Fanta, etc that you find you 20p a can in these places. Pepsi Max Ginger is nice but I’ve had some yuk ones, such as Sprite cucumber and Diet Coke peach. However as bad as they are none of them are anywhere near as bad as Rubicon Street Drinks. They could hardly give them away as they were so awful.


Rubicon Street Drinks.

What a disastrous idea that was. They must have produced millions of cans.

Which they had to ship out to discount stores and sell for pennies in the end
Edited by: "Gollywood" 23rd May
mochibun23/05/2020 14:46

I actually like this stuff and find it annoying they don’t do 24 packs l …I actually like this stuff and find it annoying they don’t do 24 packs like they do with Pepsi max and Pepsi max cherry. Are they good dates as I know home bargains can have short dates on items? Good price tho


24 packs would be great. I didn't take note of the date sorry, I didn't buy any because I have two full cases and a half left of the normal Pepsi Max soda.
don't mind the taste of this
They also had Pepsi Max Cherry for the same price in my local Home Bargains
mochibun23/05/2020 14:46

I actually like this stuff and find it annoying they don’t do 24 packs l …I actually like this stuff and find it annoying they don’t do 24 packs like they do with Pepsi max and Pepsi max cherry. Are they good dates as I know home bargains can have short dates on items? Good price tho


They do do 24 packs, not sure if it's Farmfoods or Bookers my colleague gets them from. We have a tuck shop at work, definitely get these in slabs of 24.
DominicPTS23/05/2020 20:56

They do do 24 packs, not sure if it's Farmfoods or Bookers my colleague …They do do 24 packs, not sure if it's Farmfoods or Bookers my colleague gets them from. We have a tuck shop at work, definitely get these in slabs of 24.


Are you getting 24 at once and do they have barcodes on the cans? If the cans have barcodes on them then they're retail cans that stores would usually sell individually
andrewworrall123/05/2020 21:14

Are you getting 24 at once and do they have barcodes on the cans? If the …Are you getting 24 at once and do they have barcodes on the cans? If the cans have barcodes on them then they're retail cans that stores would usually sell individually


Yes 24 in a tray and with barcodes
DominicPTS23/05/2020 21:18

Yes 24 in a tray and with barcodes


Yep with barcodes would be cans stores sell on individually so unfortunately it isn't as easy to buy 24 cans of Raspberry flavour than it is to buy cherry / regular. For example Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons (major grocery stores) don't sell 24 cans of Raspberry flavour Pepsi Max
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 23rd May
andrewworrall123/05/2020 21:14

Are you getting 24 at once and do they have barcodes on the cans? If the …Are you getting 24 at once and do they have barcodes on the cans? If the cans have barcodes on them then they're retail cans that stores would usually sell individually


Just checked and it's Bookers cash and carry. £6.49 plus VAT for a tray
DominicPTS23/05/2020 21:20

Just checked and it's Bookers cash and carry. £6.49 plus VAT for a tray


I personally haven't ever heard of Bookers and don't think I have one local. But for anyone that does it's a good price.
andrewworrall123/05/2020 21:21

I personally haven't ever heard of Bookers and don't think I have one …I personally haven't ever heard of Bookers and don't think I have one local. But for anyone that does it's a good price.


It's a national cash and carry firm. Doesn't really matter, just establishing that they do them in trays of 24.
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