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7L Fanta POSTMIX makes 45 Litres of Fanta £5.99 combined with tesco value water = 22p for a per carbonated litre of FANTA!!!!
7L Fanta POSTMIX makes 45 Litres of Fanta £5.99 combined with tesco value water = 22p for a per carbonated litre of FANTA!!!!

7L Fanta POSTMIX makes 45 Litres of Fanta £5.99 combined with tesco value water = 22p for a per carbonated litre of FANTA!!!!

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WORKS OUT AT 22p a litre! You'll need 22 Tesco value sparkling waters (£3.90) to mix with if you haven't already got a system in place. This is great for pub owners also! If you have kids this will guarantee regular trips to the dentist.

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Looks a good deal but states the drink is out of date ??

£11.24 with delivery added

dtlewis28

Looks a good deal but states the drink is out of date ??



Its not out of date, it's after it's best before. They use those dates as guidelines, not strict "eat this before this date or you'll die" rules.

Where do you get your CO2 from? or are you just mixing it as a cordial?

And watch your friendly publican STILL charge £2 for a pint of it. Whatever happened to the idea of not punishing the nominated driver by charging him more than his mates drinking beer?

Just get a Taxi and the problem of drinking pint will be solved!!

Wouldn't this work in Soda stream? Don't see why not, doesn't seem that bad a deal.

67traveller

And watch your friendly publican STILL charge £2 for a pint of it. … And watch your friendly publican STILL charge £2 for a pint of it. Whatever happened to the idea of not punishing the nominated driver by charging him more than his mates drinking beer?



Yeah because its free to turn on the lights, heat the pub, pay the staff, write menus, wash the glass, furnish the place etc.... It's idiots like you that killing the pub trade. Its about providing a nice atmosphere to drink in, not producing the cheapest possible drink for people that know teh price of everything but the value of nothing... Go and find a park bench.

The Last time i checked you would struggle to find a decent pint for £2 anywhere - get real. (Most of which is goverment tax btw)
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 28th Oct 2012

^^^^^ angry.

Tyranicus66

Yeah because its free to turn on the lights, heat the pub, pay the staff, … Yeah because its free to turn on the lights, heat the pub, pay the staff, write menus, wash the glass, furnish the place etc.... It's idiots like you that killing the pub trade. Its about providing a nice atmosphere to drink in, not producing the cheapest possible drink for people that know teh price of everything but the value of nothing... Go and find a park bench. The Last time i checked you would struggle to find a decent pint for £2 anywhere - get real. (Most of which is goverment tax btw)



Pretty clear who the idiot is here.

pot_belly

Pretty clear who the idiot is here.



Childish hollow retort. Then again thats all you do is'nt it? Your profile says your leaving this site because your fed up of "all of the nobs", very mature. Not a single deal posted in 5 years? Get on with leaving.

Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 28th Oct 2012

Tyranicus66

Yeah because its free to turn on the lights, heat the pub, pay the staff, … Yeah because its free to turn on the lights, heat the pub, pay the staff, write menus, wash the glass, furnish the place etc.... It's idiots like you that killing the pub trade. Its about providing a nice atmosphere to drink in, not producing the cheapest possible drink for people that know teh price of everything but the value of nothing... Go and find a park bench. The Last time i checked you would struggle to find a decent pint for £2 anywhere - get real. (Most of which is goverment tax btw)



Wow, sounds like you've been imbibing a little too much of your own product, barman. LMFAO!
Now, you angry little halfwit. would you care to point out where I was suggesting that pubs shouldn't try and make a profit? Not that it can be easy, with people like you there, but hey ho. What I *was* suggesting was that publicans exploit soft drink drinkers with the most horrendous markups to subsidise alcohol drinkers. and that that flies entirely in the face of the many initiatives which are supposed to *encourage* 'designated drivers' to stay off the booze and drive everyone else home.

If you don't support that initiative, then you're an even bigger fool than your post here makes you out to be (and trust me, that's gonna be hard). Soft drinks dispensed from postmix 'cost' the pub literally a few pence per pint, but scandalously most pubs charge the same or in some cases even more than a 4.5% abv pint.

Now, might I suggest you lighten up some, otherwise with pubs closing at the rate of ten PER DAY its likely that you'll be finding that park bench yourself. HAND

You come on to a deals website and complain that publicans STILL charge you £2 a pint and you call me a half wit. Checked the price of fuel lately vs inflation? Then compare it to the cost of going to the pub. The price differential between alcohol and soft drinks is largely due to government tax (go look up beer escalator tax), and has little relation to the cost of the product in the glass. Yes the gp is higher on soft drinks but the plate cost (that is all of the additional costs that go into producing the pint, co2, facilities, labour etc...) is identical. Which is why pubs charge what they do.

The anti-drink driving initiatives have little impact on actual drink driving rates, and never really have done. Who would have thought tht grown men might exercise their free will. Shock horror. This deal is poor, bur don't give a lecture (or rundown) an on-trade that you are clearly entirely ignorant about.

P.S Nice to see that your another non-posting numpty, keep up the good work.
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 28th Oct 2012

Its not rocket science, buddy. Easy way to prove the point.
How much pro-rata does it cost a tied pub to purchase a pint of house lager? And what does it retail at?
How much pro-rata does it cost the same pub to vend a blob of postmix and top up with soda? And what does it retail at?
Hmmm, get the point yet?

The pub trade is supposed to be supporting initiatives that encourage people to moderate alcohol intake, especially if they're designated drivers. Those figures up there ^^^ don't evidence much 'support'. As a person who isn't overly bothered about boozing I'm often the dd for my group of friends, and I'm effectively subsidising everyone else in the building.

Oh, and voted cold, by the way. Because all postmix tastes like cack.

67traveller

Its not rocket science, buddy. Easy way to prove the point.How much … Its not rocket science, buddy. Easy way to prove the point.How much pro-rata does it cost a tied pub to purchase a pint of house lager? And what does it retail at?How much pro-rata does it cost the same pub to vend a blob of postmix and top up with soda? And what does it retail at?Hmmm, get the point yet?The pub trade is supposed to be supporting initiatives that encourage people to moderate alcohol intake, especially if they're designated drivers. Those figures up there ^^^ don't evidence much 'support'. As a person who isn't overly bothered about boozing I'm often the dd for my group of friends, and I'm effectively subsidising everyone else in the building.Oh, and voted cold, by the way. Because all postmix tastes like cack.



GP in my first comment stands for gross profit. Its what your trying to explain, badly. In fact, your comments only further cement my cause - the fixed costs of serving a drink remain the same irrespective of whats in the glass. Thats is why soft drinks cost what they do.

Pub's are under no obligation to support local police "designated driver" campaigns - thats a load of american horseshit. They are expensive and ineffective. All license holders are required to sell alcohol in a responsible manner which includes not selling it to someone you know intends to drive - this is legal requirement - and nothing to do with a bunch of entirely wasteful local police propoganda. If a publican is proven to willfully breach his obligation, he will face a licensing review and be stipped of his license and lively hood.

Also why do you need "support" to make a decision on what your going to drink? Or indeed if your going to drink drive (which by the way is dispicable) Your a grown man make your own mind up, most other people do for better or worse. Or does the nanny state need to ask for your drink without ice too?

JesusChimpus

Its not out of date, it's after it's best before. They use those dates as … Its not out of date, it's after it's best before. They use those dates as guidelines, not strict "eat this before this date or you'll die" rules.


yes but what do you think the word "best" means? most food tastes crap when its past the best before date

Jumpingphil

You've only posted one deal in the time since he joined. oO



When I find em I post em 13 in total, got a bit of an economy drive on at the moment though. Seems most of my shopping is now down via iPad

dataload

yes but what do you think the word "best" means? most food tastes crap … yes but what do you think the word "best" means? most food tastes crap when its past the best before date



If most food tastes crap after the best before dates how did people managed before manufacturers invented best before dates? How are retailers like approved food able to make a profit by selling short date / past best before date food? People aren't going to buy something that tastes crap.

Dress it up any way you want to, buddy. Punters who drink soft drinks are robbed by publicans and end up paying a larger share of the overheads than their friends drinking alcohol. Sorry to expose the despicable (note spelling) practice that you and your (note again, versus you're) colleagues engage in

Your - something that belongs to you. Like your opinion, for example, even though it's worthless.
You're - an abbreviation of 'you are'. As in 'you're illiterate', rather than 'you are illiterate'.
Edited by: "ThisNewHUKDIsUtterTosh" 28th Oct 2012

£2.25-2.50 for a coke in our local pub/eatery...shameful imo

67traveller

Dress it up any way you want to, buddy. Punters who drink soft drinks are … Dress it up any way you want to, buddy. Punters who drink soft drinks are robbed by publicans and end up paying a larger share of the overheads than their friends drinking alcohol. Sorry to expose the despicable (note spelling) practice that you and your (note again, versus you're) colleagues engage in :)Your - something that belongs to you. Like your opinion, for example, even though it's worthless.You're - an abbreviation of 'you are'. As in 'you're illiterate', rather than 'you are illiterate'.



Correcting people's spelling/grammar in a forum does not make you smart, it makes you a ****. Your totally wrong on this issue and totally ignorant to boot. You don't contribute to this forum in any constructive way. P.S I am not your buddy you pedantic cretin.
Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 28th Oct 2012

Tyranicus66

Correcting people's spelling/grammar in a forum does not make you smart..,


You're right, it doesn't. Education made me smart.
Tyranicus66

... it makes you a ****.


What's a star/star/star/star?
Tyranicus66

Your totally wrong on this issue and totally ignorant to boot. You don't … Your totally wrong on this issue and totally ignorant to boot. You don't contribute to this forum in any constructive way. P.S I am not your buddy you pedantic cretin.


YOU'RE. Oh for the love of God. Hey, here's an idea. Stick to pouring pints and slopping out the khazi. It doesn't expose the gaping holes in your literacy. You were correct when you said you weren't my buddy, though. I don't tend to pick drunken, stupid, and patently illiterate barmen as my friends.

plumberman01

£2.25-2.50 for a coke in our local pub/eatery...shameful imo


You are entirely right. The industry should be ashamed of charging prices like those

The people who voted this cold are retarded.
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