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8 * 2LTR BOTTLES OF PEPSI/DIET/MAX FOR £3.97 @ Costco (less than 50p a bottle)
8 * 2LTR BOTTLES OF PEPSI/DIET/MAX FOR £3.97 @ Costco (less than 50p a bottle)

8 * 2LTR BOTTLES OF PEPSI/DIET/MAX FOR £3.97 @ Costco (less than 50p a bottle)

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i got 5 cases last night from costco, works out less than 50p a bottle for a 2litre bottle, i think its only valid to the 16th sept, not too sure tho

i know everyone doesnt have a costco card, but i bet you know someone who does the limit 10 cases

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Similar deal in ]Lidl

bloody hell mate if you drink that much your belly might get bigger than it already is!

In my experience Lidl best before dates are just a few months away with cheap branded cola, with Costco it's a year away.

Costco - A great place for money laundering. :w00t:

costco are a bunch ****** WA**KERS
rang them up the 1st that they asked was r u a member i said no
they said we are'nt aloud to tell me any deal at all
i hung up

there's probably someone in Costco saying some ******* wa*kers just hung up on me because he's not a member

Shambolic;6246669

Costco - A great place for money laundering. :w00t:



what do you mean?

munva;6246906

costco are a bunch ****** WA**KERSrang them up the 1st that they asked … costco are a bunch ****** WA**KERSrang them up the 1st that they asked was r u a member i said nothey said we are'nt aloud to tell me any deal at alli hung up



lol, just say your a member, they wont ask you any details

imy300;6247110

there's probably someone in Costco saying some ******* wa*kers just hung … there's probably someone in Costco saying some ******* wa*kers just hung up on me because he's not a member



thats exactly what they're thinking lol

Banned

Costco is not a solitary manipulator but a shafter - along the lines of Tesco. These types know how to trap those who are always on heat and they employ the Chosen Few methods to the hilt. Using mesmeric low-profit leaders to entice their victims who quickly bare their all, emerging dazed and eagarly waiting for the next round of shafting. The Costco model in the States is once again, dumbed-down over here. Costco is mostly expensive but using the trick of a privileged club, oka "subscribed members", they plunge the knive at every opportunity. Subscribing to buy expensively - you can't get more dumbed-down than that. As for membership, all the big vuns have a card scheme except you know who and they are fairly priced on most items but don't buy their own branded stuff without qualification. Shop only at Costco for their low-profit leaders and to fully exploit their extended-warranty/purchase-satisfaction scheme which is what the membership subscription is actually paying for.

gunsNbutter;6247389

Costco is not a solitary manipulator but a shafter - along the lines of … Costco is not a solitary manipulator but a shafter - along the lines of Tesco. These types know how to trap those who are always on heat and they employ the Chosen Few methods to the hilt. Using mesmeric low-profit leaders to entice their victims who quickly bare their all, emerging dazed and eagarly waiting for the next round of shafting. The Costco model in the States is once again, dumbed-down over here. Costco is mostly expensive but using the trick of a privileged club, oka "subscribed members", they plunge the knive at every opportunity. Subscribing to buy expensively - you can't get more dumbed-down than that. As for membership, all the big vuns have a card scheme except you know who and they are fairly priced on most items but don't buy their own branded stuff without qualification. Shop only at Costco for their low-profit leaders and to fully exploit their extended-warranty/purchase-satisfaction scheme which is what the membership subscription is actually paying for.



So your not a member then :whistling:

gken74;6248563

So your not a member then :whistling:



hahahahahahahahhahaahaha

there is a joining fee any way fu** them any way m8

Strange, I was at Costco Leeds this afternoon and didn't see this offer, and it's not in the offer booklet.

10bellies;6249967

Strange, I was at Costco Leeds this afternoon and didn't see this offer, … Strange, I was at Costco Leeds this afternoon and didn't see this offer, and it's not in the offer booklet.



ooh its gonna p*ss some people off if its another one of them imaginary deals:w00t:

munva;6249578

there is a joining fee any way fu** them any way m8



Actually there is not a joining fee as you claim but there is a membership fee :thumbsup:

gunsNbutter;6247389

Costco is not a solitary manipulator but a shafter - along the lines of … Costco is not a solitary manipulator but a shafter - along the lines of Tesco. These types know how to trap those who are always on heat and they employ the Chosen Few methods to the hilt. Using mesmeric low-profit leaders to entice their victims who quickly bare their all, emerging dazed and eagarly waiting for the next round of shafting. The Costco model in the States is once again, dumbed-down over here. Costco is mostly expensive but using the trick of a privileged club, oka "subscribed members", they plunge the knive at every opportunity. Subscribing to buy expensively - you can't get more dumbed-down than that. As for membership, all the big vuns have a card scheme except you know who and they are fairly priced on most items but don't buy their own branded stuff without qualification. Shop only at Costco for their low-profit leaders and to fully exploit their extended-warranty/purchase-satisfaction scheme which is what the membership subscription is actually paying for.



You've been at that cheap Costco brandy again haven't you? How many times do I have to tell you to exercise restraint?

CutPricePete;6246655

In my experience Lidl best before dates are just a few months away with … In my experience Lidl best before dates are just a few months away with cheap branded cola, with Costco it's a year away.


I've found that the Diet Coke bought from Costco is usually not fizzy
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