Iceland  in store 24 500ml bottles of Fonthill spring water £2.75
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Iceland in store 24 500ml bottles of Fonthill spring water £2.75

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Found 11th Mar 2015
Stacked on a pallet outside the store at Alfreton branch. Seems like a good price at just under 11.5 p per bottle. Best before 19/02/17.

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A very realistic price for bottled water. Lets see if they have any in the Eastbourne store.

Hope they don't have any glue in them!

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I like using tap water and putting it evian water bottles and people think am really cool.

BenderRodriguez


This made me smile

Tap?

diabeticguy

A very realistic price for bottled water. Lets see if they have any in … A very realistic price for bottled water. Lets see if they have any in the Eastbourne store.



Really?

£0.00 sounds more realistic to me. Nothing better about it.

If you need it so you can carry the bottle around, just buy one and fill it from the tap ....

Mind you. I live in Scotland. Tap water here is great. I have friends in Southampton. Their tab water is terrible. So I guess it depends where you live.

Bought some of these today, was £2 a few weeks ago

sancheez

Really?£0.00 sounds more realistic to me. Nothing better about it.If you … Really?£0.00 sounds more realistic to me. Nothing better about it.If you need it so you can carry the bottle around, just buy one and fill it from the tap ....Mind you. I live in Scotland. Tap water here is great. I have friends in Southampton. Their tab water is terrible. So I guess it depends where you live.


After being in a bottle for a few minutes the tap water smells and tastes like it if from a laboratory. I compliment the price because if one has to have bottled water I would prefer to have a product that is priced in a way that acknowledges that it is just water and we all know that it initially comes to us free of charge.

I'm waiting for the Del Boy water bottling pic..

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Edited by moderator: "Mar 11, 2015 18:58" 11th Mar 2015

...and your wait will not be a long one

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HTML fail

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Thanks NeoTrix, please delete my other pathetic attempts

I was about to say, tap water is free.
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Edited by: "leeparsons" 11th Mar 2015

Can anyone confirm the "dry residue" amount of this from the label?

Low dry residue bottled water can be excellent for expensive espresso machines that are difficult to descale.
Edited by: "gwapenut" 12th Mar 2015

i hate paying twice for something

What is wrong with tap water, people have been drinking this for years, if drinking bottled water makes you live until you are 150, if you want to that is, try it, if not use the tap. People making mega bucks by selling from a bottle.

Was still available in dewsbury store. Bought ladt 4 cases.
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