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Pepsi Max Cola Can 330 ml (Pack of 24) - £6.50 Prime / £10.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Pepsi Max Cola Can 330 ml (Pack of 24) - £6.50 Prime / £10.99 Non Prime @ Amazon

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  • Deliciously refreshing Pepsi Max
  • Perfect for quenching your thirst
  • Handy can provides the perfect portion
  • All the flavour of Pepsi, but with no sugar
  • 330ml per can
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Top comments
Barry_Turner16/09/2020 09:13

B&M, Lidl, Iceland, Farmfoods, Food Warehouse, Tesco its always on offer …B&M, Lidl, Iceland, Farmfoods, Food Warehouse, Tesco its always on offer in one of these. Personally never paid more than £6 ever.


Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere apart from Costco
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Decent price for a foul product... hear anyway from me
Expensive
cheers, bought

Was gonna buy in tescos, gone up to 8.50!
Edited by: "sudbury" 16th Sep
Save me going in a shop
Cheers
21st delivery not good
Nice find. Wish they had cherry flavour or 7Up at this price
B&M, Lidl, Iceland, Farmfoods, Food Warehouse, Tesco its always on offer in one of these. Personally never paid more than £6 ever.
£6.50 from tesco as from today.
RandAlThor16/09/2020 09:13

Nice find. Wish they had cherry flavour or 7Up at this price


Cherry as well £6.50 in tesco.
Barry_Turner16/09/2020 09:13

B&M, Lidl, Iceland, Farmfoods, Food Warehouse, Tesco its always on offer …B&M, Lidl, Iceland, Farmfoods, Food Warehouse, Tesco its always on offer in one of these. Personally never paid more than £6 ever.


Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere apart from Costco
Take some heat mate. 🔥
Brutes16/09/2020 09:25

Was waiting for that mate. Cheers




Just ordered one case this time, mind. Still got 3 and a half so probably shouldn't. Ordered some Tango as well
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 16th Sep
memyselfmash16/09/2020 09:23

Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere …Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere apart from Costco


Nope. Common.
Thank you!
Shame they are not on S&S.. Would be a great saving
Even Booker Cash and Carry selling it for £7.19 including VAT.
memyselfmash16/09/2020 09:23

Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere …Absolute rubbish.... RARE to find 24 cans for £6 or under in anywhere apart from Costco


Farm foods regularly have 3 packs of 24 for £18. However I think even these offers have had a price increase recently
Great deal thank you, especially for likes of me who either takes bus or walks everywhere. H x
Barry_Turner16/09/2020 09:26

Nope. Common.


By the time you get to the supermarket in the car (will cost you tje 50p dofference) this ones would be cheaper as you do not need to incur in any cost to get them.
Ordered thanks op
D_SCva16/09/2020 09:42

By the time you get to the supermarket in the car (will cost you tje 50p …By the time you get to the supermarket in the car (will cost you tje 50p dofference) this ones would be cheaper as you do not need to incur in any cost to get them.


As long as you’re a Prime Member.
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If anyone wants some Pepsi Max or Tango, don't come to mine. I'm not selling it and I'm not giving it to anyone
Ordered thanks
Possibly my favourite tasting soft drink. Ordered thanks.
If it helps anyone going in store / someone who doesn't have prime, it's £6.50 @ Tesco:

tesco.com/gro…907

You could also get 30 cans for £7 from Asda, which works out cheaper still:

groceries.asda.com/pro…385
Edited by: "DevK" 16th Sep
D_SCva16/09/2020 09:42

By the time you get to the supermarket in the car (will cost you tje 50p …By the time you get to the supermarket in the car (will cost you tje 50p dofference) this ones would be cheaper as you do not need to incur in any cost to get them.


Good point if your not going to the shops anyway.
Out of stock 😩
Got 2 thanks!
cadmus16/09/2020 10:18

How ...as they were out of stock about ten minutes ago


0951 was the time of my order. Delivery Monday.
Asda showing OOS online for me.
The difference between these and those sold at Tesco is that these are retail cans. They don't have "multipack" written around the top of the can. So ideal if you're stocking a vending machine etc...
mark111116/09/2020 11:45

The difference between these and those sold at Tesco is that these are …The difference between these and those sold at Tesco is that these are retail cans. They don't have "multipack" written around the top of the can. So ideal if you're stocking a vending machine etc...


I actually feel really good when I get a case of the wholesale cans that stores sell, because I can imagine newsagents charging 70p and takeaways charging £1 for them, despite them costing about 27p a can so I feel like I've stopped them from doing that for however many cases I order, especially if I get the last available case
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 16th Sep
andrewworrall116/09/2020 11:49

I actually feel really good when I get a case of the wholesale cans that …I actually feel really good when I get a case of the wholesale cans that stores sell, because I can imagine newsagents charging 70p and takeaways charging £1 for them, despite them costing about 27p a can so I feel like I've stopped them from doing that for however many cases I order, especially if I get the last available case


Ha ha. That's true. But to be fair on them, they charge more because they're paying more in the first place, despite everything else about the can being identical to the multipack cans. I'm sure if it was practical to do so, manufacturers would reduce the size as they do with chocolate for multipacks.
mark111116/09/2020 11:58

Ha ha. That's true. But to be fair on them, they charge more because … Ha ha. That's true. But to be fair on them, they charge more because they're paying more in the first place, despite everything else about the can being identical to the multipack cans. I'm sure if it was practical to do so, manufacturers would reduce the size as they do with chocolate for multipacks.


Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised if some independent newsagents and takeaways ordered from Amazon when on offer (if it's cheaper than their usual suppliers of course)
Back in stock @Brutes
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