Coca Cola, Diet Coke or Coca Cola Zero (Pack of 30 x 330ml) ONLY £7.00 @ Asda  (23.3p per can)
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Coca Cola, Diet Coke or Coca Cola Zero (Pack of 30 x 330ml) ONLY £7.00 @ Asda (23.3p per can)

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Found 8th Sep 2016Made hot 8th Sep 2016
Asda instore and online

Coke and coke derivatives (zero, diet etc)

£7 for 30 330ml cans

Bargain at under 25pence per can

32 Comments

is this deal online or instore only?

gmschuple

is this deal online or instore only?



It'll be both. Good price considering my mate paid 80p for a can last night in the chip shop lol.

gmschuple

is this deal online or instore only?


Clicked the link and I think it's both ???

same at tesco's

No Coke Zero?

Speculator

https://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml#/product/910001690147



Nice one

dylunia

same at tesco's


Tesco is £7 for only 24 cans.

These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where the deal in your £7 for 30 cans , as it stands it makes your deal 41% more to buy the 30 cans ...

scaffolder

These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where … These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where the deal in your £7 for 30 cans , as it stands it makes your deal 41% more to buy the 30 cans ...



​that was a while back and not now it is a deal as it is possibly the cheapest around at the moment

scaffolder

These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where … These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where the deal in your £7 for 30 cans , as it stands it makes your deal 41% more to buy the 30 cans ...



OK bigshot, let's think this through, can you buy the deal you mentioned which is £5 for 30 cans today? If so post the details, if we can't get the deal today, then I'll tell you about the magic unicorn fairy dust deal I saw which was 1p last Wednesday in the mystical land of Narnia whereby it offered you eternal life without religion or your money back and 60 cans of coke for free, also it was a buy one get one free offer. I was definitely going to get it but they didn't take card and I never carry change with me.The deal has expired now as they've moved on to a small planet at the other end of our galaxy and I won't have transport until after I die.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Sep 2016

OK bigshot, let's think this through, can you buy the deal you mentioned … OK bigshot, let's think this through, can you buy the deal you mentioned which is £5 for 30 cans today? If so post the details, if we can't post the deal today, then I'll tell you about the magic unicorn fairy dust deal I saw which was 1p last Wednesday in the mystical land of Narnia whereby it offered you eternal life without religion or your money back and 60 cans of coke for free, also it was a buy one get one free offer. I was definitely going to get it but they didn't take card and I never carry change with me.


You need to get out more often and meet new friends , your obviously missing where i stated the words " A while back " Try to find a brown paper bag and take deep breaths in and out !

Very good price for Coca-Cola.

Banned

last time this got posted it was very hot.
I wonder where are the ops who mention how much sugar is in these drinks?

scaffolder

You need to get out more often and meet new friends , your obviously … You need to get out more often and meet new friends , your obviously missing where i stated the words " A while back " Try to find a brown paper bag and take deep breaths in and out !



I didn't miss this part and I quote you >

"These were £5 for 30 cans a while back in the Paignton store , so where the deal in your £7 for 30 cans , as it stands it makes your deal 41% more to buy the 30 cans ..."

Therefore you're making a direct criticism of this deal based on a now defunct deal. This is more expensive but since you can't get the deal you mentioned your entire post in entirely pointless and only serves to exemplify the fact that you wish to denigrate this deal based on historical facts which have no relevance in terms of being a deal.

Your deal doesn't exist in the present, until you or someone else can refute this, this deal stands on its own merit and history has nothing to do with this deal. The present is all we have, you and all of us have no choice but to deal with the present. The present is always relevant, the past is history, the future unknown. This deal is present your deal is history, of the many watching this deal where do you think their priorities lie in futility or in possibility? It's an impossibility to go back to your deal and it's impossible to get a future deal right here right now. So what is relevant and possible? Only this deal until another deal succeeds it, your deal might be cyclical but until that happens, we live in the present and this deal is the present. Your imposition of history is neither welcome or useful.


This offer is on quite regularly at Asda (at least as often as £4 Daz at Tesco). It's a great deal. I picked some up at Chandlers Ford earlier today.

Though I like coke, I read it causes erectile disfunction in men. Also causes bone decay due to Phosphoric acid and diabetes due to sugar. Coke zero/diet coke contains aspartame which is linked to Alzimers.

thanks

sam_of_london

Though I like coke, I read it causes erectile disfunction in men. Also … Though I like coke, I read it causes erectile disfunction in men. Also causes bone decay due to Phosphoric acid and diabetes due to sugar. Coke zero/diet coke contains aspartame which is linked to Alzimers.



Coca Cola causes diabetes eh?!

Minimum £40 for home delivery. Cold!

jordan88w

Coca Cola causes diabetes eh?!



​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of sugar even fruit juice causes diabetes and obesity.

sam_of_london

​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of s … ​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of sugar even fruit juice causes diabetes and obesity.



Huh, that would be news to Diabetes UK and I assume you are referring to type 2 and not all diabetes.

In Type 1 diabetes, the insulin producing cells in your pancreas are … In Type 1 diabetes, the insulin producing cells in your pancreas are destroyed by your immune system. No amount of sugar in your diet – or anything in your lifestyle – has caused or can cause you to get Type 1 diabetes.With Type 2 diabetes, though we know sugar doesn’t directly causes Type 2 diabetes, you are more likely to get it if you are overweight. You gain weight when you take in more calories than your body needs, and sugary foods and drinks contain a lot of calories. And it's important to add that fatty foods and drinks are playing a part in our nation's expanding waistline.So you can see if too much sugar is making you put on weight, then you are increasing your risk of getting Type 2 diabetes. But Type 2 diabetes is complex, and sugar is unlikely to be the only reason the condition develops.


yrreb88

Huh, that would be news to Diabetes UK and I assume you are referring to … Huh, that would be news to Diabetes UK and I assume you are referring to type 2 and not all diabetes.



​Yes the one caused by obesity and not by genetics

great deal

It`s a yes from me, no aggression, no banter, no point, if you can get it for less, please tell, if it`s not for you, then please move on. Look forward to your deal of the year.

wait for another month these will go dwn to £5 a case

Love this site for deals but hate the way have to speak to each other such cocks

sam_of_london

​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of s … ​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of sugar even fruit juice causes diabetes and obesity.



diabetes.org.uk/Gui…es/

You need to be careful with your assumptions.

You make the statement that sugar causes Diabetes and Obesity, please quantify that statement. So let's ask some questions:

1. What amount of sugar over what period of time causes Diabetes?
2. If the amount can be quantified to a range, is this range applicable to all humans?
3. Is sugar the single cause of Diabetes in all cases?
4. With regard to obesity what amount of sugar over what period causes obesity?
5. Is sugar the only cause of obesity?
6. Does Science offer absolute proof of your statement however intangible it maybe?


Of course there's plenty more questions and we could go on and on, in the simplest terms your statement "​It's the sugar in it which causes it. Anything with large amount of sugar even fruit juice causes diabetes and obesity." is entirely false based on the evidence and logic. It's impossible to be true as an absolute statement, is unproven and based only on assumption which is unscientific and therefore meaningless.

Since your statement is open and therefore assumed to be applicable to all scenarios, as you haven't defined any parameters. You'll find that it's impossible for any scientific studies to back up your open statement. Your statement is invalid/not useful/not helpful because of this.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 9th Sep 2016

Do not apply to Belfast

clearly this is sorely needed

http://i59.tinypic.com/16job4p.jpg

This is still going btw, still £7 at ASDA Coventry.

Still going at my local ASDA (Taunton) so stocked up. Making a decent profit by undercutting the vending machine at work
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