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6 Litres of Pepsi Max for £3.50 (2x 3L bottles - £1.95 individually) @ Iceland
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6 Litres of Pepsi Max for £3.50 (2x 3L bottles - £1.95 individually) @ Iceland

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Posted 23rd Jan

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3394012.jpg6 Litres of Pepsi Max for £3.50 (2x 3L bottles - £1.95 individually) at Iceland

Pepsi Max has, as the name suggests, Maximum Taste and no sugar.

Get some thrill with a flavour burst just to free your thirst, and no one is left out as Pepsi Max (including all Max flavour varieties) is:


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Not only are vegans and vegetarians not discriminated by Pepsi Max, but 65% preferred the great taste of Pepsi Max in a blind taste test survey in 2019 (up from 61% in 2018). Find out more right here

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Enjoy your drink with TOO MUCH TASTE TO CALL ITSELF A ZERO - PEPSI MAX!

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3 x 3L bottles for a fiver in Farmfoods = 56p per litre.

Not a bad deal, none the less (92.5p per litre in Tesco, last time I looked!).
Cola is evil
Can't believe how expensive it's become. Used to be £1 a bottle a year ago
PalG23/01/2020 22:32

Can't believe how expensive it's become. Used to be £1 a bottle a year ago


£1 for 2 litres
PalG23/01/2020 22:45

£1 for 2 litres


In all fairness it’s always 2 bottles for £3.5 in Iceland. They do the 3litre bottles for £1.25 occasionally. The better deal is the 6l of Coke Zero for £4.2 in my opinion anyway.
Farmfoods 3x3L for £5 better deal. Been that price for at least a year, probably longer. Combining with the sheet of coupons through the letterbox every month makes it even cheaper
Spookyville24/01/2020 01:19

Farmfoods 3x3L for £5 better deal. Been that price for at least a year, …Farmfoods 3x3L for £5 better deal. Been that price for at least a year, probably longer. Combining with the sheet of coupons through the letterbox every month makes it even cheaper


Agree I don’t like Pepsi max anymore even though I drank it for over 20 years. A few years ago the taste seemed to have changed. The only problem I find with such large bottles is they tend to go flat. Even if they are drank on the same day, before I get lynched it doesn’t go completely flat, but you can tell massively that it’s going flat (like when you get short dated pop).

I only buy the 3 litre bottles because they are cheaper, but the 1.25 or 2 litre bottles seem so much better.
Edited by: "Hungryhorris" 24th Jan
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