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Coke (all varieties) on BOGOF at Morrisons, in store. £3.29 for 16 cans.
Coke (all varieties) on BOGOF at Morrisons, in store. £3.29 for 16 cans.

Coke (all varieties) on BOGOF at Morrisons, in store. £3.29 for 16 cans.

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Pack of eight cans of coke (all varieties) are £3.29 at Morrisons; with a "buy one get one free" offer on at present.

Works out at a shade over 20.5p per can. We've seen similarly cheap multipack deals for coke at several retailers recently, but this seems to be the cheapest on offer at the moment by a long shot.


Can never be sure with Morrisons whether it's nationwide, but it usually is when it's groceries. (It seems they regularly have special offers on electricals etc. that are store specific.)
I've confirmed this price in two shops today, though. (Guisborough and Hartlepool.)

That's me sorted for my diet coke fix for a couple more weeks...

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Original Poster

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Camera phone pic, so not sharpest quality.

20.5625 pence per can, for the mathematically pedantic.

Excellent thanks, can't resist the diet cherry coke and drink far too much of it for my own good!

most stores are at it

£3 for 15 cans at asda

£12 cans for £2.39 in tesco

It had £1 for 6 cans for sale a month ago. That's cheapest I've ever seen.

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jamjar;5000118

Excellent thanks, can't resist the diet cherry coke and drink far too … Excellent thanks, can't resist the diet cherry coke and drink far too much of it for my own good!



even worse if you drink the diet coke ...lightparty.com/Hea…tmlmcmanweb.com/die…:-D

RFC;5003400

even worse if you drink the diet coke … even worse if you drink the diet coke ...http://www.lightparty.com/Health/DietCokeAspartame.html http://www.mcmanweb.com/diet_coke.html:-D



Didn't click on the link, prefer to sail on that wonderful river called denial......:-D

BOGOF in Sainsbury's too at the moment

I miss my Coke Zero. I used to absolutely adore the stuff and finally thought it was a saving grace for me as a frequent drinker of the original Coke before. After cutting it out completely, I really feel that the people who make comments on Aspartame are pretty much spot on. There was a tremendous difference in my overall wellbeing and health after quitting Coke Zero, I sleep better, I'm less irritable, but the most disturbing part for me was how giving it up was nearly as rough as when I gave up smoking for those first few days, which goes to show it can cause a chemical addiction. Really worrying...

...that's not to say I don't really miss how awesome it tastes Wish there was an Aspartame-free Diet Coke...

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jamjar;5003507

Didn't click on the link, prefer to sail on that wonderful river called … Didn't click on the link, prefer to sail on that wonderful river called denial......:-D



quite right :thumbsup:

RFC;5003400

even worse if you drink the diet coke … even worse if you drink the diet coke ...http://www.lightparty.com/Health/DietCokeAspartame.html http://www.mcmanweb.com/diet_coke.html:-D



If you believed everything you read youd probably just want to end it all and shoot yourself!

This is an old product and asapratime was given the all clear way back in 1981 / 1983 that is drunk by millions. If there really were serious health issues people would be dropping like flies and a link would be quickly established surely.

anthony69;5023098

If you believed everything you read youd probably just want to end it all … If you believed everything you read youd probably just want to end it all and shoot yourself!This is an old product and asapratime was given the all clear way back in 1981 / 1983 that is drunk by millions. If there really were serious health issues people would be dropping like flies and a link would be quickly established surely.



I'm not so sure... I don't think approx 30 years isn't enough time to determine how harmful a particular ingredient can be. I really believe Aspartame can screw your body up, and I believe I've experienced this first hand as well. I can drink Aspartame-free beverages with no issues, but once the Aspartame comes into play things can get a bit hairy. I know in this day and age of "everything giving you cancer" we should take what we hear with a pinch of salt, but I think the Aspartame concerns are very, very real.
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