Pepsi Max 2 x 3 Litre bottles £3 (50p a litre) @ Iceland
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Pepsi Max 2 x 3 Litre bottles £3 (50p a litre) @ Iceland

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Edited by:"melted"Found 3rd Sep 2017
Best price I could find. I was shopping in Tesco the other day and they wanted £1.50 for a 2 Litre bottle!

Iceland have also got Fanta Orange Zero for £1 for a 2L bottle.
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Why don't they sell Coke at this price Pepsi stinks
Original Poster
19DembaBa198 m ago

Why don't they sell Coke at this price Pepsi stinks



If you believe Coke it is because customers prefer to get less coke for their money in the new improved shape bottles.
flat as a fart b4 it's half way down in my house😣
Fart in the bottle to improve the fizz. I know, disgusting!!!
This price was for yonks.

Last time I seen posts like this, the price was about to go up
melted1 h, 37 m ago

If you believe Coke it is because customers prefer to get less coke for …If you believe Coke it is because customers prefer to get less coke for their money in the new improved shape bottles.

I don't know what you mean why would I believe in Coke, all I am saying is Coke is never this cheap
Things you can do with a 3ltr bottle full of crap carbonated cola....
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The only problem with these huge 3ltr bottles is tasty tbe fact that once you open it and you hear that fizz sound, it's flat within an hour, hence why I tend to opt for cans
Original Poster
19DembaBa191 h, 13 m ago

I don't know what you mean why would I believe in Coke, all I am saying is …I don't know what you mean why would I believe in Coke, all I am saying is Coke is never this cheap


Sorry, I was referring to when coke hiked the cost per litre, by cutting the size of their 2L bottles, that were sold at £1 to 1.75L and advertised that they'd changed it because customers preferred the new shape. That is when I switched from coke zero to Pepsi max. They have of course hiked the price of their 1.75 litre bottles since then as well, so it is very rare to see it at the old price.
Edited by: "melted" 3rd Sep 2017
melted3 h, 4 m ago

Sorry, I was referring to when coke hiked the cost per litre, by cutting …Sorry, I was referring to when coke hiked the cost per litre, by cutting the size of their 2L bottles, that were sold at £1 to 1.75L and advertised that they'd changed it because customers preferred the new shape. That is when I switched from coke zero to Pepsi max. They have of course hiked the price of their 1.75 litre bottles since then as well, so it is very rare to see it at the old price.

Yes I know the old 2L bottles are very rare to find but the new ones aren't bad sometimes it's on offer 2 for £2.00 or we just stick to cans but I would always prefer Coke just don't like the Pepsi
brychris3 h, 45 m ago

The only problem with these huge 3ltr bottles is tasty tbe fact that once …The only problem with these huge 3ltr bottles is tasty tbe fact that once you open it and you hear that fizz sound, it's flat within an hour, hence why I tend to opt for cans

True that
nihir3 h, 50 m ago

Things you can do with a 3ltr bottle full of crap carbonated …Things you can do with a 3ltr bottle full of crap carbonated cola....[Image]

Why waste the bottle
Personally I prefer Diet Pepsi to Coke any day (ducks quickly to avoid flying bricks)..but the Max stuff gives me a headache..too much caffeine....
GlentoranMark3rd Sep

This price was for yonks. Last time I seen posts like this, the price was …This price was for yonks. Last time I seen posts like this, the price was about to go up



BOOM!!!

Price increased to £1.75 per 3L bottle
Original Poster
Yep, seems the two for £3 offer is over. glad I've stocked up.

Fanta zero is still £1 for 2L.
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