Fevertree range 500ml bottles Sainsbury's (and Morrisons) - rare discount of Fevertree - £1.35 instore @ Sainsbury's
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Fevertree range 500ml bottles Sainsbury's (and Morrisons) - rare discount of Fevertree - £1.35 instore @ Sainsbury's

£1.35£1.69 20% Sainsbury's Deals
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Edited by:"FNEC"Found 6th Dec
Fevertree's prices tend to be well controlled by the brand, with prices level across the retail sector, so you don't get price wars, when a discount appears its stock up time.
For me its my favourite mixer by a long shot, it keeps its fizz well both in the drink and in the bottle and if you have never tried the Naturally Light Tonic you really should! This is half the sugar of the normal one yet NO ARTIFICIAL SWEETNERS!
Brands like Schweppes to get out of the sugar tax (appear waist line friendly) are putting artificial sweetners in the full fat versions to cut the sugar. (check all major brand full fat drinks products, artificial sweetner creeping in to a lot of them)


I tend to get 3 drinks (double, mixer and ice) out of a 500ml bottle. (well I say double its more a generous pour.....cough) Small ones too much mixer for one drink and then left with tidly amount and no top to put back on.

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Same price at Morrisons

Not a bad deal. Bought it several times from Morrison’s at a discount, most recently last week. It’s a nice tonic water. Heat added

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pavel762 m ago

Same price at Morrisons



Hi, I did a search and Morrisons did not come up. I've added it to the title.

I can maybe see the point of the tonic water - but the soda water??
I got Mrs Spookytooth a wine & soda at a Brewdog pub the other day and it was a fortune because they gave me a little bottle of Fevertree soda water.

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Spookytooth738 m ago

I can maybe see the point of the tonic water - but the soda water??I got …I can maybe see the point of the tonic water - but the soda water??I got Mrs Spookytooth a wine & soda at a Brewdog pub the other day and it was a fortune because they gave me a little bottle of Fevertree soda water.



Venture out in London and if I are not specific about ordering a 'single' Gin in a 'tall' glass, you will get a 'double' in a 'short' glass filled to the brim with crushed ice and 'some' tonic shoe horned in at the end and a straw so you can drink it before you have got your change back!.....And probably paid north of £8 for the privledge.

Straight tonics for Mrs Spookytooth next time and some tap water if she gets thirsty as a chaser....haha.
Edited by: "FNEC" 6th Dec

Morrisons has had it in special a few times in the last few months. Best one I saw was 8-pack cans of the 150ml elderflower ones for £1.67 (Morrisons via Amazon Prime).

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lazyfatboy5 m ago

Morrisons has had it in special a few times in the last few months. Best …Morrisons has had it in special a few times in the last few months. Best one I saw was 8-pack cans of the 150ml elderflower ones for £1.67 (Morrisons via Amazon Prime).



Where I live there is no Asda or Morrisons within any meaningful fuel/time distance, would have loved several bottles of the Baileys 1lt that was £10 the other day.... grrrrr. So I am never party to their offers/pricing unfortunately.

Great deal in both supermarkets - will grab a few for the growing gin collection

Spookytooth731 h, 34 m ago

I can maybe see the point of the tonic water - but the soda water??I got …I can maybe see the point of the tonic water - but the soda water??I got Mrs Spookytooth a wine & soda at a Brewdog pub the other day and it was a fortune because they gave me a little bottle of Fevertree soda water.



Brewdog? Obviously you’re not a fan of quality real ale. I went to the Manchester one once; never again

Nice, discounted fever tree, will go nicely with the Amazon discounted fancy gin bottles bought over the black Friday period, Merry Xmas everyone.

Not really a deal as this is Morrisons normal price.

Madchester7 h, 44 m ago

Brewdog? Obviously you’re not a fan of quality real ale. I went to the M …Brewdog? Obviously you’re not a fan of quality real ale. I went to the Manchester one once; never again


How old are you 90? Brewdog is for the younger generation Grandad

Personally I think the Fevertree brand has sucked people in with their marketing. I 'm betting most folk would not know the difference between this and morrisons own in a blind test.

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dvdvicar7th Dec

Not really a deal as this is Morrisons normal price.


When Morrisons is over 100miles from where you live it could be 50P and still not a bargain. To those without access to Morrisons this is a deal. Also if you shop at the same place for your groceries, driving out of your way to save some money on one item is not a saving because of spent fuel and time.

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Digger.Barnes7th Dec

Personally I think the Fevertree brand has sucked people in with their …Personally I think the Fevertree brand has sucked people in with their marketing. I 'm betting most folk would not know the difference between this and morrisons own in a blind test.


Fevertree are the only brand to sell a low sugar, non artificial sweetener tonic, in the naturally low bottle. That is reason enough to buy for me.
Secondly how long does your tonic stay fizzy in your glass? Cheap tonics can go flat very quickly once released from bottle. Once a bottle is open does the tonic keep fizz well until you next need it. This I have found with fever tree and therefore makes my decision to drink it. Neither of these to do with marketing or taste.
I actually drink Aldi gin, but prepared to spend more on the mixer than other brands for the reasons above.
So if I want to treat myself to this mixer getting it at 1.35 is a deal. Still not cheap for what it is but gotta have some treats.

FNEC9 h, 58 m ago

When Morrisons is over 100miles from where you live it could be 50P and …When Morrisons is over 100miles from where you live it could be 50P and still not a bargain. To those without access to Morrisons this is a deal. Also if you shop at the same place for your groceries, driving out of your way to save some money on one item is not a saving because of spent fuel and time.



Ah - I see now.

So what you are saying is, a hot deal is something being the cheapest it has been at a particular outlet?
Not the cheapest available.
All those years I spent getting it wrong ......
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