Free Coca-Cola beach towel with purchase of 2x 8pack (2for £6.00) @ Tesco
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Free Coca-Cola beach towel with purchase of 2x 8pack (2for £6.00) @ Tesco

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Polite notice.
Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff. Some people do enjoy the drink, as do I, so if you don't please just leave some heat for anyone intrested and move onto the next deal.


Purchase 2x 8 pack of any Coca-Cola products and claim a free beach towel.

And to sweeten the deal (as if coke wasn't sweet enough) these are 2 for £6 instead of their full price of £3.50 each

Available in Coca-Cola original, diet and zero.

I collected a few from the tesco Becton store.
I belive this is a nationwide offer.

They had loads in stock when I brought them. They are a decent size beach towel. Just in time for summer.
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Pepsi is really bad for you (_;)
Edited by: "Funky_DealFinder" 26th Jun 2017


Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.

However, next time someone judges you for reaching for a red and white can of the stuff, here are some medical justifications for doing so.

Coca Cola can...ease digestion
Scientists and doctors have found that one of the best treatments for gastric phytobezoar, a condition where a person has difficulty with food moving through their digestive tract and suffers stomach blockages, is a glass of Coca Cola. The high acidity in the fizzy drink acts like gastric acid and can ease severe abdominal pain, break down the blockages and get things moving again.


Coca Cola can...focus your mind
Just like your morning cup of coffee, Coca Cola offers a good whack of the stimulant caffeine (it’s a caffeinated drink after all). As the caffeine enters your blood stream, it can spark increased concentration and mental focus, so if your attention levels are dipping, a mouthful or two of Coke could get you back up to speed. Overdo it though and too much caffeine can leave you feeling jittery and stressed.

Coca Cola can...give you a sugar rush
If you’re all out of energy and in need of a quick blast of sugar to get over that 4pm slump. Of course, most doctors would recommend snacking on a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit for a more controlled release of sugar into your system, but sometimes you just need a rush to get you going – regardless of the inevitable sugar crash 30-60 minutes later.

Coca Cola can...stop nausea
There is much speculation on this front, but many people swear by a glass of flat coke when it comes to settling an upset stomach and eradicating nausea. While the jury is out on whether the drink is actually capable of curing a nasty bout of diarrhoea or sickness, what is agreed upon is the fact the sugar content in it will make you feel better – for a while at least.


However…
Regardless of the apparent medical benefits, and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day), it is still a fizzy drink, meaning it’s completely packed with sugar. Horrifyingly, one can of coke (330ml) contains 100% of your daily sugar allowance, and there’s no denying that will have a corrosive effect on your teeth over time.

It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration. In fact, according to health writer Wade Meredith, it’ll make you want to urinate, and force your body to expel vital nutrients including calcium, magnesium, zinc and sodium.

Bottom line, Coca Cola’s addictive. Even without the cocaine that was in the original list of ingredients, it has a similar effect on the pleasure centres in the brain as heroin – as do most caffeinated drinks.

That’s not to say you should go immediately cold turkey on cola, just drink in moderation

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tomharris796564 h, 2 m ago

Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much s …Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.However, next time someone judges you for reaching for a red and white can of the stuff, here are some medical justifications for doing so.Coca Cola can...ease digestionScientists and doctors have found that one of the best treatments for gastric phytobezoar, a condition where a person has difficulty with food moving through their digestive tract and suffers stomach blockages, is a glass of Coca Cola. The high acidity in the fizzy drink acts like gastric acid and can ease severe abdominal pain, break down the blockages and get things moving again.Coca Cola can...focus your mindJust like your morning cup of coffee, Coca Cola offers a good whack of the stimulant caffeine (it’s a caffeinated drink after all). As the caffeine enters your blood stream, it can spark increased concentration and mental focus, so if your attention levels are dipping, a mouthful or two of Coke could get you back up to speed. Overdo it though and too much caffeine can leave you feeling jittery and stressed.Coca Cola can...give you a sugar rushIf you’re all out of energy and in need of a quick blast of sugar to get over that 4pm slump. Of course, most doctors would recommend snacking on a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit for a more controlled release of sugar into your system, but sometimes you just need a rush to get you going – regardless of the inevitable sugar crash 30-60 minutes later.Coca Cola can...stop nauseaThere is much speculation on this front, but many people swear by a glass of flat coke when it comes to settling an upset stomach and eradicating nausea. While the jury is out on whether the drink is actually capable of curing a nasty bout of diarrhoea or sickness, what is agreed upon is the fact the sugar content in it will make you feel better – for a while at least.However…Regardless of the apparent medical benefits, and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day), it is still a fizzy drink, meaning it’s completely packed with sugar. Horrifyingly, one can of coke (330ml) contains 100% of your daily sugar allowance, and there’s no denying that will have a corrosive effect on your teeth over time.It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration. In fact, according to health writer Wade Meredith, it’ll make you want to urinate, and force your body to expel vital nutrients including calcium, magnesium, zinc and sodium.Bottom line, Coca Cola’s addictive. Even without the cocaine that was in the original list of ingredients, it has a similar effect on the pleasure centres in the brain as heroin – as do most caffeinated drinks.That’s not to say you should go immediately cold turkey on cola, just drink in moderation[Image]


well you sound fun

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Imdag2

Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and … Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff. Some people do enjoy the drink, as do I, so if you don't please just leave some heat for anyone intrested and move onto the next deal. Purchase 2x 8 pack of any Coca-Cola products and claim a free beach towel. And to sweeten the deal (as if coke wasn't sweet enough) these are 2 for £6 instead of their full price of £3.50 each Available in Coca-Cola original, diet and zero. I collected a few from the tesco Becton store. I belive this is a nationwide offer. They had loads in stock when I brought them. They are a decent size beach towel. Just in time for summer.\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


Coca-Cola is bad for the planet and for people's health. I wouldn't normally bother pointing this out as it's rather obvious but your pompous polite notice made me want to disobey your instruction to move on.
The beach towel is a large advert for the Coke Company, and if you don't mind carrying around an advert for this global company then do it. Just don't think that Coke are being kind to you with this 'freebie'; everything they do is about maximising revenue for the company, regardless of the environmental or health costs.
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Pepsi is really bad for you (_;)
Edited by: "Funky_DealFinder" 26th Jun 2017
Great spot, heat added.
Cheap beach towel, voted hot, thanks for posting
will have to go hunting for these for the holidays
Wonder if the water bottle trick would work with these also ?
cold because 24 is 6.50 atm.
Worth more than £6 just for an official Coca-Cola towel. Heat added
lol


Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.

However, next time someone judges you for reaching for a red and white can of the stuff, here are some medical justifications for doing so.

Coca Cola can...ease digestion
Scientists and doctors have found that one of the best treatments for gastric phytobezoar, a condition where a person has difficulty with food moving through their digestive tract and suffers stomach blockages, is a glass of Coca Cola. The high acidity in the fizzy drink acts like gastric acid and can ease severe abdominal pain, break down the blockages and get things moving again.


Coca Cola can...focus your mind
Just like your morning cup of coffee, Coca Cola offers a good whack of the stimulant caffeine (it’s a caffeinated drink after all). As the caffeine enters your blood stream, it can spark increased concentration and mental focus, so if your attention levels are dipping, a mouthful or two of Coke could get you back up to speed. Overdo it though and too much caffeine can leave you feeling jittery and stressed.

Coca Cola can...give you a sugar rush
If you’re all out of energy and in need of a quick blast of sugar to get over that 4pm slump. Of course, most doctors would recommend snacking on a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit for a more controlled release of sugar into your system, but sometimes you just need a rush to get you going – regardless of the inevitable sugar crash 30-60 minutes later.

Coca Cola can...stop nausea
There is much speculation on this front, but many people swear by a glass of flat coke when it comes to settling an upset stomach and eradicating nausea. While the jury is out on whether the drink is actually capable of curing a nasty bout of diarrhoea or sickness, what is agreed upon is the fact the sugar content in it will make you feel better – for a while at least.


However…
Regardless of the apparent medical benefits, and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day), it is still a fizzy drink, meaning it’s completely packed with sugar. Horrifyingly, one can of coke (330ml) contains 100% of your daily sugar allowance, and there’s no denying that will have a corrosive effect on your teeth over time.

It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration. In fact, according to health writer Wade Meredith, it’ll make you want to urinate, and force your body to expel vital nutrients including calcium, magnesium, zinc and sodium.

Bottom line, Coca Cola’s addictive. Even without the cocaine that was in the original list of ingredients, it has a similar effect on the pleasure centres in the brain as heroin – as do most caffeinated drinks.

That’s not to say you should go immediately cold turkey on cola, just drink in moderation

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Do you get it with the coke or send off?
none in Carlisle
Original Poster
col11

Do you get it with the coke or send off?


There was a huge box stand next to the coke cans which held the towels in.
Original Poster
jammylamb

none in Carlisle


Ask the store employees. They might have them in the back. These where at the end of the isle
Original Poster
undertakeaap

cold because 24 is 6.50 atm.


Yes. I know about this offer. they also do 30 for £7. But nether of these have a free beach towel.
Water bottle trick doesn't work with this deal,the towel alone scans at £5
Great deal op
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lofty1971

Water bottle trick doesn't work with this deal,the towel alone scans at £5


What's this water bottle trick? And yes it scans at £5 and then gets reduced £5
The towel is pretty decent for a freebie. Large stash in my local store at the weekend.
"how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff"..this isnt my comment but i fully back the bloggers comments. horrible stuff
Heat.
Saw these in store today. Was tempted, but the towels felt thin and quite rough to the touch. Maybe I'm a bit soft.
holeymoley18

Saw these in store today. Was tempted, but the towels felt thin and quite … Saw these in store today. Was tempted, but the towels felt thin and quite rough to the touch. Maybe I'm a bit soft.



​Yes they are not great quality.. they should have asked Primark to make them.
tomharris796564 h, 2 m ago

Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much s …Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.However, next time someone judges you for reaching for a red and white can of the stuff, here are some medical justifications for doing so.Coca Cola can...ease digestionScientists and doctors have found that one of the best treatments for gastric phytobezoar, a condition where a person has difficulty with food moving through their digestive tract and suffers stomach blockages, is a glass of Coca Cola. The high acidity in the fizzy drink acts like gastric acid and can ease severe abdominal pain, break down the blockages and get things moving again.Coca Cola can...focus your mindJust like your morning cup of coffee, Coca Cola offers a good whack of the stimulant caffeine (it’s a caffeinated drink after all). As the caffeine enters your blood stream, it can spark increased concentration and mental focus, so if your attention levels are dipping, a mouthful or two of Coke could get you back up to speed. Overdo it though and too much caffeine can leave you feeling jittery and stressed.Coca Cola can...give you a sugar rushIf you’re all out of energy and in need of a quick blast of sugar to get over that 4pm slump. Of course, most doctors would recommend snacking on a handful of nuts or a piece of fruit for a more controlled release of sugar into your system, but sometimes you just need a rush to get you going – regardless of the inevitable sugar crash 30-60 minutes later.Coca Cola can...stop nauseaThere is much speculation on this front, but many people swear by a glass of flat coke when it comes to settling an upset stomach and eradicating nausea. While the jury is out on whether the drink is actually capable of curing a nasty bout of diarrhoea or sickness, what is agreed upon is the fact the sugar content in it will make you feel better – for a while at least.However…Regardless of the apparent medical benefits, and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day), it is still a fizzy drink, meaning it’s completely packed with sugar. Horrifyingly, one can of coke (330ml) contains 100% of your daily sugar allowance, and there’s no denying that will have a corrosive effect on your teeth over time.It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration. In fact, according to health writer Wade Meredith, it’ll make you want to urinate, and force your body to expel vital nutrients including calcium, magnesium, zinc and sodium.Bottom line, Coca Cola’s addictive. Even without the cocaine that was in the original list of ingredients, it has a similar effect on the pleasure centres in the brain as heroin – as do most caffeinated drinks.That’s not to say you should go immediately cold turkey on cola, just drink in moderation[Image]


well you sound fun

31301607-MtkJB.jpg
tomharris79656

Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much s … Although, it’s not always easy to keep away thoughts of just how much sugar and caffeine you’re subjecting your body to – especially your teeth – with every sip.


So just how much sugar is there in a can of Coke Zero? There's supposed to be a clue in the name but I can't figure it out.
The "water bottle trick" is the free sports bottle you get if you buy 2 bottles of Robinsons juice
If you scan the bottle on its own it scans at 10p,unfortunately it doesn't work with the towels
Great deal. Sorry but I love Coca Cola.
Said in my Tesco with any 8 pack nothing about needing to buy 2
Only ever pay 25p a can for this so in my head I'd still be paying a pound for a towel I don't want
Original Poster
deant1991

Said in my Tesco with any 8 pack nothing about needing to buy 2


That's even better.
My store had a sign with small print which said purchase 2 to receive the free towel.
Great deal. Any idea how big the towel is?
"and the fact Coca Cola still tastes pretty great (you can’t beat it with ice and a slice on a hot day)"

have you not heard of beers/pimms/magners dear chap
Asda has 30 cans for £1 extra. Then you can go on the beach sell the extra 12 cans and buy a decent towel
Imdag2

Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and … Polite notice. Please no comments on how bad Coca-Cola is for you and how you clean your bathroom with the stuff. Some people do enjoy the drink, as do I, so if you don't please just leave some heat for anyone intrested and move onto the next deal. Purchase 2x 8 pack of any Coca-Cola products and claim a free beach towel. And to sweeten the deal (as if coke wasn't sweet enough) these are 2 for £6 instead of their full price of £3.50 each Available in Coca-Cola original, diet and zero. I collected a few from the tesco Becton store. I belive this is a nationwide offer. They had loads in stock when I brought them. They are a decent size beach towel. Just in time for summer.\x09\x09\x09\x09\x09


Coca-Cola is bad for the planet and for people's health. I wouldn't normally bother pointing this out as it's rather obvious but your pompous polite notice made me want to disobey your instruction to move on.
The beach towel is a large advert for the Coke Company, and if you don't mind carrying around an advert for this global company then do it. Just don't think that Coke are being kind to you with this 'freebie'; everything they do is about maximising revenue for the company, regardless of the environmental or health costs.
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Jimbob131190

Great deal. Any idea how big the towel is?


It's 70cm by 140cm
oo this thread is fun, it's like.. do the opposite of what OP asked...

here's mine. It takes 2.5L of water to make 1L of coke and they take water from farmers land and often dry up natural ground water supplies.

still.. it tastes great with rum... mmmmm
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edward2910

Coca-Cola is bad for the planet and for people's health. I wouldn't … Coca-Cola is bad for the planet and for people's health. I wouldn't normally bother pointing this out as it's rather obvious but your pompous polite notice made me want to disobey your instruction to move on.The beach towel is a large advert for the Coke Company, and if you don't mind carrying around an advert for this global company then do it. Just don't think that Coke are being kind to you with this 'freebie'; everything they do is about maximising revenue for the company, regardless of the environmental or health costs.



everything we wear is free advertising for companies. if i wear nike trainers and a burberry coat am i not advertising their products for free? but still paying the privilege of paying to wear it. thats just how comapies work, it all starts of with word of mouth then spreads like a hot deal on here, eventually everyone wants someone the action
Imdag2

It's 70cm by 140cm



Awesome thanks!
Enjoy ice cold coca cola one day because of the hot weather, use the towel the next because of the rain - gotta love the British Summer
tomharris79656

It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it … It is also a diuretic, meaning however cooling and thirst quenching it might seem, it won’t help with rehydration



Poppycock
Imdag2

everything we wear is free advertising for companies. if i wear nike … everything we wear is free advertising for companies. if i wear nike trainers and a burberry coat am i not advertising their products for free? but still paying the privilege of paying to wear it. thats just how comapies work, it all starts of with word of mouth then spreads like a hot deal on here, eventually everyone wants someone the action




Not everything. If you're not a poser you can wear plain clothes that aren't emblazoned with logos and brands. It's not difficult.
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