Diet Coke pack of 18 cans £1.24 instore @ Sainsburys Lewisham
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Diet Coke pack of 18 cans £1.24 instore @ Sainsburys Lewisham

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LocalFound 29th Apr 2017
Diet Coke pack of 18 x 330ml cans.
Was £7.90 Then £5.00 Now reduced to £1.24 they do expire on 30/04/2017. 18 cans for bank holiday weekend... Why not?

Sainsburys Lewisham have a shelf full, could be others if getting rid of stock dated 30/04/2017

first of many posts hopefully!
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I only like Pepsi if I drink a coke style drink but I still give this heat, that's an unbelievable bargain! Well done!
I brought some cans of Pepsi from homebargains near Xmas time, a few days in date but going cheap. There was very little fizz and taste like flavoured water, never again. It's worth a risk at that price but you've been warned!
brychris

I brought some cans of Pepsi from homebargains near Xmas time, a few days … I brought some cans of Pepsi from homebargains near Xmas time, a few days in date but going cheap. There was very little fizz and taste like flavoured water, never again. It's worth a risk at that price but you've been warned!



these are pretty flat free and full of fizzy goodness
kidd_klm

these are pretty flat free and full of fizzy goodness



You shall be receiving some HEAT from me then!
Great deal if you are there - store specific
Aspartame causes Alzimers, wish they used stevia which is plant based as sweetner.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 29th Apr 2017
great deal\ price op, heat
Not near me but still hot
I call BS on this post....
The starting price isn't even the price listed on the tag below it (£5).

You or someone else has stuck them stickers on there and then just snapped a picture

I smell................ bs
Creatzy

I call BS on this post....The starting price isn't even the price listed … I call BS on this post....The starting price isn't even the price listed on the tag below it (£5).You or someone else has stuck them stickers on there and then just snapped a pictureI smell................ bs



http://i283.photobucket.com/albums/kk318/KiNg_e36/Others/20170430_001349_zpsotvo0ssa.jpg
kidd_klm



​where is your God now...
Lmao, see....

They scanned at the till for £5..... and then you stood there and said "hey! They got a reduced stickers on"
"Till operator cancels off the coke"and calls over a supervisor and corrects the price for you....

When Sainsbury's reduce items they put one sticker on the front and the second part of the sticker (barcode) across the original retail packaging barcode to prevent an incorrect scan

There is no deal here
You found 2 packs of diet coke that had reduction stickers on that shouldn't have ! Or it was changed to look like there was a deal here!

Yawn expire and on to the next bs deal that gets posted here

Edited by: "Creatzy" 30th Apr 2017
not in my local. usual price
Creatzy

Lmao, see....They scanned at the till for £5..... and then you stood … Lmao, see....They scanned at the till for £5..... and then you stood there and said "hey! They got a reduced stickers on""Till operator cancels off the coke"and calls over a supervisor and corrects the price for you....When Sainsbury's reduce items they put one sticker on the front and the second part of the sticker (barcode) across the original retail packaging barcode to prevent an incorrect scanThere is no deal here You found 2 packs of diet coke that had reduction stickers on that shouldn't have ! Or it was changed to look like there was a deal here!Yawn expire and on to the next bs deal that gets posted here



It's all in the title. Lewisham, reduced, short date... and you were WRONG about the BS, however you try to talk out of it...

Just because it's not national, and it's not near you doesn't stop it being a blinder of a deal for Lewisham diabetics.
sam_of_london

Aspartame causes Alzimers, wish they used stevia which is plant based as … Aspartame causes Alzimers, wish they used stevia which is plant based as sweetner.



Probably would ruin the flavour though, as stevia has quite a bitter/sharp aftertaste.
OP i believe you
The critics here sometimes
from tesco's This week
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Done this last night oO
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Edited by: "Believe_Me" 30th Apr 2017
jimbo23

Probably would ruin the flavour though, as stevia has quite a … Probably would ruin the flavour though, as stevia has quite a bitter/sharp aftertaste.



Aspartame does not affect flavour! FFS it's an 'artificial' sweetener - put it inside your body at your own risk. I'd rather two spoonfuls of real raw cane sugar any day of the week than ever chance that **** in my system. But, hey ho, it's been proven safe, despite the FDA in the USA banning it until one Mr Donald Rumsfeld got into politics and got his then named 'Nutrasweet' (now known better the world over as Aspartame) okayed.
So there you have it, you are putting inside your body, something that was for some years banned as unsafe, it really, really does not need, all thanks to that trustworthy boss of a big Pharma company.
I have a friend who drinks this stuff like no tomorrow, but its addictive (that is the aim!) and his guts looks like it is about to explode. He really doesn't realise he has no tomorrow.
Whether you believe something artificial is good for you or not is not the point. It's a risk - look around you at the obesity problem. Yes, some people are more sedentary than they used to be, but we were once called the 'lazy man of Europe' for a reason! And Coke never had aspartame in it then. In fact, if some of you could get hold of a green glass bottle of Coke from the 60s you'd never drink the **** that is marketed under the same name today.
I can't stop you, but you keep drinking it and then think to yourself about that Mr Rumsfeld, that honest down to earth heart of goodness man, of course he always genuinely had your wellbeing and health as his number one aim.
Oh dear.





You should be banned for this kind of trolling

Creatzy

Lmao, see....They scanned at the till for £5..... and then you stood … Lmao, see....They scanned at the till for £5..... and then you stood there and said "hey! They got a reduced stickers on""Till operator cancels off the coke"and calls over a supervisor and corrects the price for you....When Sainsbury's reduce items they put one sticker on the front and the second part of the sticker (barcode) across the original retail packaging barcode to prevent an incorrect scanThere is no deal here You found 2 packs of diet coke that had reduction stickers on that shouldn't have ! Or it was changed to look like there was a deal here!Yawn expire and on to the next bs deal that gets posted here


The person who wrote this deal is only trying to help people out there, its a great deal whether you like coca cola or not ! If you don't like it, move on and stop spoiling this site by moaning !!
It's grumpy people like you who stop nice people from posting good deals on this website.
Great deal from me, keep them coming !!
jnigel26

Aspartame does not affect flavour! FFS it's an 'artificial' sweetener - … Aspartame does not affect flavour! FFS it's an 'artificial' sweetener - put it inside your body at your own risk. I'd rather two spoonfuls of real raw cane sugar any day of the week than ever chance that **** in my system. But, hey ho, it's been proven safe, despite the FDA in the USA banning it until one Mr Donald Rumsfeld got into politics and got his then named 'Nutrasweet' (now known better the world over as Aspartame) okayed. So there you have it, you are putting inside your body, something that was for some years banned as unsafe, it really, really does not need, all thanks to that trustworthy boss of a big Pharma company. I have a friend who drinks this stuff like no tomorrow, but its addictive (that is the aim!) and his guts looks like it is about to explode. He really doesn't realise he has no tomorrow.Whether you believe something artificial is good for you or not is not the point. It's a risk - look around you at the obesity problem. Yes, some people are more sedentary than they used to be, but we were once called the 'lazy man of Europe' for a reason! And Coke never had aspartame in it then. In fact, if some of you could get hold of a green glass bottle of Coke from the 60s you'd never drink the **** that is marketed under the same name today.I can't stop you, but you keep drinking it and then think to yourself about that Mr Rumsfeld, that honest down to earth heart of goodness man, of course he always genuinely had your wellbeing and health as his number one aim. Oh dear.:D



​are you on here waiting for tin foil hat deals?
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