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6 pack of 7UP cans INSTORE £1.00 @ Lidl !!! thats about 16p a can!
6 pack of 7UP cans INSTORE £1.00 @ Lidl !!! thats about 16p a can!

6 pack of 7UP cans INSTORE £1.00 @ Lidl !!! thats about 16p a can!

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Bargain!! cant believe i usually pay 60p a can in shops near work!

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also pepsi and pepsi max at my local

7up light as well mate?

hot from me cheers x x x

All the stores are doing this sort of deal ....keep them eyes peeled

paying 60p a can from a rip off corner shop/takeaway is quite normal. It's what is known as profit/margin from cost price. what you have to look out for is these cheeky ******s selling these cans from multi-packs which clearly state "not to be sold individualy" then being sold at 60p (and sometimes more) by these shopkeepers. My local fried chicken shop does it. Should I report him to trading standards?

azzy129;4983220

paying 60p a can from a rip off corner shop/takeaway is quite normal. … paying 60p a can from a rip off corner shop/takeaway is quite normal. It's what is known as profit/margin from cost price. what you have to look out for is these cheeky ******s selling these cans from multi-packs which clearly state "not to be sold individualy" then being sold at 60p (and sometimes more) by these shopkeepers. My local fried chicken shop does it. Should I report him to trading standards?

Yes , this makes me so mad!!

The cans i usually find in takeaways are foreign branded cans distributed for french shops.
Or as said above multi pack not for resale cans

p.s 7up is discusting and i love lemonade.

azzy129;4983220

paying 60p a can from a rip off corner shop/takeaway is quite normal. … paying 60p a can from a rip off corner shop/takeaway is quite normal. It's what is known as profit/margin from cost price. what you have to look out for is these cheeky ******s selling these cans from multi-packs which clearly state "not to be sold individualy" then being sold at 60p (and sometimes more) by these shopkeepers. My local fried chicken shop does it. Should I report him to trading standards?



Erm, that is not illegal. Just because Pepsi, etc would rather not have Mr Fried Chicken sell these discounted cans separately and print a message on the can doesn't mean he can't legally do so. The reason they print this type of message is to make people angry, upset and confused when they find out they have bought a (duhduduh) multipack item for full price (much like yourself lol :thumbsup:)

Kids around the country will be selling these for 40p each in their playgrounds.

99p Stores is selling 6 cans of Tango Apple for 99p.

There is a coke deal as well:
hotukdeals.com/ite…da/

Thanks. You can't ask fro more

MoneySavingG;4984126

Erm, that is not illegal. Just because Pepsi, etc would rather not have … Erm, that is not illegal. Just because Pepsi, etc would rather not have Mr Fried Chicken sell these discounted cans separately and print a message on the can doesn't mean he can't legally do so. The reason they print this type of message is to make people angry, upset and confused when they find out they have bought a (duhduduh) multipack item for full price (much like yourself lol :thumbsup:)



really? so shops are allowed to sell multipack cans as single items?.. what's the point of the drink manufacturers printing that message then:??

samwants2save;4984403

really? so shops are allowed to sell multipack cans as single items?.. … really? so shops are allowed to sell multipack cans as single items?.. what's the point of the drink manufacturers printing that message then:??



Like I said I assume it's there more for psychological reasons, rather than actual law. I.E. a retailer will be less likely to split a pack with a message saying: "Oi. You. Naaaw", and also will make people angry (and complain loudly) when they are sold a multipack item.
Incidentally I was actually told that this practice is perfectly legal by a trading standards officer (as long as there is suitable informational labeling on the split item)

MoneySavingG;4984485

Like I said I assume it's there more for psychological reasons, rather … Like I said I assume it's there more for psychological reasons, rather than actual law. I.E. a retailer will be less likely to split a pack with a message saying: "Oi. You. Naaaw", and also will make people angry (and complain loudly) when they are sold a multipack item.Incidentally I was actually told that this practice is perfectly legal by a trading standards officer (as long as there is suitable informational labeling on the split item)



interesting stuff. repped for the info :thumbsup:
..loved harry enfield and chums.. esp. the 'lulu' baby sketch..lol

great deal. I bought them for the same price from Morrisons few days back

A lot of these shops get deliveries and the whole sellers just sell them these multipacks and still charge normal price so you can always blame the small shops

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yum yum 7 up !!! love this stuff!! thanks for that !!
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