Coke & Diet Coke 108 cans for £22.50 @ 22.5p/ can - beat that! (you can't!) get it @ Farm Foods with voucher (Farm Foods are happy for you to use the voucher as many times as you like)
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Coke & Diet Coke 108 cans for £22.50 @ 22.5p/ can - beat that! (you can't!) get it @ Farm Foods with voucher (Farm Foods are happy for you to use the voucher as many times as you like)

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Here's the latest twist on the buy 2x 18 cans of Coke for £9 @Farm Foods. That deal would be 25p/ can - so OK but a bit meh! WITH MY VOUCHER you can get them for 22.5p/ can!

Download & print the voucher, buy £25 worth of Coke (let's call it 108 cans for £27 ) and you can take yourself £2.50 off (ie 10%) making 22.5p/ can.

Cheapest Coke around.
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deleted13911396th Mar

Diet Coke = zero risk of that


Actually not true lol. Artificial sweeteners mess with the body's ability to regulate insulin.

Newest research shows a collation between high consumption of diet drinks and type 2.

I stick to Gin.
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Michael.York50 s ago

Roll up! Roll up! Get your diabetes here!


Diet Coke = zero risk of that
The amount mentioned needs amending? £22.50 per can would be something
Thanks, heat added
deleted13911396th Mar

Diet Coke = zero risk of that


Actually not true lol. Artificial sweeteners mess with the body's ability to regulate insulin.

Newest research shows a collation between high consumption of diet drinks and type 2.

I stick to Gin.
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dantesfireplace10 m ago

Actually not true lol. Artificial sweeteners mess with the body's ability …Actually not true lol. Artificial sweeteners mess with the body's ability to regulate insulin.Newest research shows a collation between high consumption of diet drinks and type 2.I stick to Gin.


Point me to that research, then. I think you're getting mixed up with high consumption of sugary colas.
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Point me to that research, then. I think you're getting mixed up with high …Point me to that research, then. I think you're getting mixed up with high consumption of sugary colas.



telegraph.co.uk/new…wo/
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pavel7610 m ago

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/artificial-sweeteners-could-increase-risk-diabetes-just-two/


that's laughably weak & meaningless & can't be called research

it's 27 people given 1.5L diet Coke
Not as good as the Ocado offer back in November.
480 cans for £60 delivered.
12.5p each.

I hope there is a similar offer soon.
gr134013 m ago

Not as good as the Ocado offer back in November. 480 cans for £60 …Not as good as the Ocado offer back in November. 480 cans for £60 delivered. 12.5p each. I hope there is a similar offer soon.


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Not quite the best deal. A quick search and using a voucher (as you did) you can get them for just over 20p each if you buy 7 packs of these groceries.asda.com/pro…330
(210 cans) use £10 off code NCA10FGS
Hey Presto £42.50. Why anyone would want that many I don't know. No doubt some one will come back with an even cheaper price. All varieties available.
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stephensims5 m ago

Not quite the best deal. A quick search and using a voucher (as you did) …Not quite the best deal. A quick search and using a voucher (as you did) you can get them for just over 20p each if you buy 7 packs of these https://groceries.asda.com/product/cola/cocacola-cans/71941330(210 cans) use £10 off code NCA10FGSHey Presto £42.50. Why anyone would want that many I don't know. No doubt some one will come back with an even cheaper price. All varieties available.


That's just a nonsense reply - your voucher is first time use only £10 off £50 whereas the Farm Foods voucher is rinse & repeat as often as you like. Sure you can lie & claim the Asda £10 off more than once - but many of us here don't like lying
pavel762 h, 19 m ago

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/artificial-sweeteners-could-increase-risk-diabetes-just-two/


Splenda that the research states as being used, contains Dextrose and maltodextrin as a bulking agent, which has a worst effect on insulin then sugar. So the research is flawed. It hasn't used Aspartame or Acesulfame K which are more widely used in diet drinks and don't cause a insulin response. I can't use splenda whilst in ketosis as it has a effect.
pavel763 h, 49 m ago

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/artificial-sweeteners-could-increase-risk-diabetes-just-two/


Quoting a Telegraph article is akin to saying the Mail is Corbyns 'go to' read
deleted13911396th Mar

that's laughably weak & meaningless & can't be called researchit's 27 …that's laughably weak & meaningless & can't be called researchit's 27 people given 1.5L diet Coke




care.diabetesjournals.org/con…led
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At least daily consumption of diet soda was associated with a 36% greater relative risk of incident metabolic syndrome and a 67% greater relative risk of incident type 2 diabetes compared with nonconsumption
MESA is a population-based study of 6,814 Caucasian, African American, Hispanic, and Chinese adults, aged 45–84 years
pavel769 h, 12 m ago

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/artificial-sweeteners-could-increase-risk-diabetes-just-two/


What placebo were they given that could simulate the sweetness of sweeteners because we should be having that instead.
ElectricalStorm2 h, 54 m ago

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/32/4/688https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23850261https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25231862https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/artificial-sweeteners-sugar-free-but-at-what-cost-201207165030https://www.jwatch.org/fw113100/2017/07/17/artificial-sweeteners-not-tied-lower-bmi-and-may-even?query=pfwRSTOC&jwd=000020054348&jspc=https://draxe.com/artificial-sweeteners/


Have you read any studies on sugar? They make worst reading then any of you shared links. When I consumed sugar I was 17st and 30% + body fat. I have replaced sugar with artificial sweeteners. Now I'm 14st and a bit and 12% body fat. Healthier then I have ever been. Not from no sugar alone but artificial sweetners haven't had the effect on me as per quoted studies
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ElectricalStorm5 h, 5 m ago

http://care.diabetesjournals.org/content/32/4/688https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23850261https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25231862https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/artificial-sweeteners-sugar-free-but-at-what-cost-201207165030https://www.jwatch.org/fw113100/2017/07/17/artificial-sweeteners-not-tied-lower-bmi-and-may-even?query=pfwRSTOC&jwd=000020054348&jspc=https://draxe.com/artificial-sweeteners/


I'll have a look later. This one has laughable & rather stupid objections, is it a foretaste of what I might expect from the others? health.harvard.edu/blo…030

So with diet sodas I might replace lost 'sugar calories' with other calories; find the sugar appeal from fruit & veg less appealing; crave more sweets; choose sweet food over nutritious foods; there's an unknown long-term worry about using artificial sweeteners - no proof any risk exists - but it's unknown.

All complete fear-mongering Swallocks, Betty. All can be completely disregarded.

I might just as well say eating too many carrots has an unknown risk.
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That's just a nonsense reply - your voucher is first time use only £10 off …That's just a nonsense reply - your voucher is first time use only £10 off £50 whereas the Farm Foods voucher is rinse & repeat as often as you like. Sure you can lie & claim the Asda £10 off more than once - but many of us here don't like lying


Lying? I wouldn't even buy these in the first place as I don't drink coke. Just making a point it's not the cheapest from the original poster.
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stephensims25 m ago

Lying? I wouldn't even buy these in the first place as I don't drink coke. …Lying? I wouldn't even buy these in the first place as I don't drink coke. Just making a point it's not the cheapest from the original poster.


Yes - it IS the cheapest, from an ordinary grocery shopping perspective. Most HUKD'ers used up their 'first shop' money off coupons years ago - so it's extremely crass and misleading to try and claim that 22.5p per unit can be beaten by using a 'first shop' coupon. It's false.
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dougiesmum3 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/coke-diet-coke-24-pack-only-520-tesco-instore-2905905Tesco have them cheaper @ 21.6p each.


in 1 store

I found some broccoli for 8p reduced to clear yesterday but restrained from posting lol
New Tesco deal is cheaper at 21p a can x24
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Yes - it IS the cheapest, from an ordinary grocery shopping perspective. …Yes - it IS the cheapest, from an ordinary grocery shopping perspective. Most HUKD'ers used up their 'first shop' money off coupons years ago - so it's extremely crass and misleading to try and claim that 22.5p per unit can be beaten by using a 'first shop' coupon. It's false.



Moving the goalposts is cheating. Factually one is cheaper than the other. You've been Tango'd.
pavel766th Mar

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/14/artificial-sweeteners-could-increase-risk-diabetes-just-two/


That study (on just 27 people), to my mind, seems to be flawed. It seems like they gave people the sweetener equivalent of 1.5L per day for 2 weeks. To be a valid test I would also have compared it to the effects of 1.5L worth of sugar; and tested habitual pop drinkers to see whether changing to or from sweeteners made a significant difference. I would also question whether 2 weeks was long enough for their bodies to adapt.

I'm not saying that their conclusions are invalid but you can't really say either way.

And as Smadmad has said people primarily use the diet versions to reduce calories so in these circumstances diet pop is not going to increase their chance of diabetes (if they would be buying the standard versions anyway).
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