Brita Maxtra Plus 12 pack for £39.99 when using HOME20 code at the Argos website
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Brita Maxtra Plus 12 pack for £39.99 when using HOME20 code at the Argos website

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Found 3rd Aug 2017
Discovered a way of buying the new Maxtra Plus cartridges for less than £40 which works out at £3.33 per cartridge when the RRP for a pack of 3 is about £16-£17.

The voucher code is HOME20

Brita Maxtra Plus Filter Cartridge - 12 Pack 703/4828

Description:

New MAXTRA+ filter with MicroFlow technology reduces impurities such as chlorine, limescale, lead and copper from your tap water, noticeably improving the taste and appearance of your hot and cold drinks. MAXTRA+ offers an eco friendly and economical alternative to bottled water costing just pence per litre. What's more, the catridges are 100% recyclable so look out for recycling bins at participating retailers.

  • Reduces limescale build-up prolonging life of domestic appliances.
  • Includes 12 x 31 day water filter cartridges.
  • Produces up to 100 litres of filtered water per cartridge.
  • No pre-soaking required.
  • Removes impurities from tap water.
  • Improves the taste and look of hot and cold drinks.
  • Easy fit cartridge.
  • Designed to fit brita maxtra+ water filter jugs.
  • Suitable for all water types.
  • 100% recyclable.
  • Size H12.1, W24, D24.2cm.
  • EAN: 4006387079093.


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They need to work out at abpout £2.50 each to be a bargain
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admars1 h, 18 m ago

They need to work out at abpout £2.50 each to be a bargain


These are the newer cartridges which are made with different ingredients hence the (+) in the name.

I've yet to see any Maxtra (+) sell for less than £49.99 for a 12 pack so having £10 off with the voucher brings it within touching distance of the older style Maxtra cartridges which can be bought from Amazon for £38:

amazon.co.uk/d/W…51M

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Edited by: "mattykan" 3rd Aug 2017
mattykan1 h, 6 m ago

brings it within touching distance of the older style Maxtra cartridges


Not really as they are regularly on offer at £2 each and these are just the 'new improved' version rather than an upmarket option
Edited by: "b1g1an" 3rd Aug 2017
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I've actually went out and bought some to try and see if they are better than the the old Maxtra cartridges but living in South East London the tap water is pretty hard and we find that the old cartridges barely last us up to 2 weeks of use which is why if these new ones last up to 4 weeks as described then I'd be quids in at £3.33 per Maxtra Plus cartridge even if I do manage to get the old cartridges for £2 per cartridge.

The new cartridge is made with coconut shells so that is probably why they are more expensive to buy.

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I used the code HOME20 in store allowing me to use my Nectar points too !
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