Red Bull, 24-pack, £15.00 Prime / £18.99 Non-prime
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Red Bull, 24-pack, £15.00 Prime / £18.99 Non-prime

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Found 3rd Dec
For the caffeine fiends amongst us....

Lowest price Amazon have ever offered it for.

If you have Prime, this works out at 62.5p each (compared to £1.19 per can in the shops!).

It's even cheaper if you subscribe and save but you've no guarantee that it'll stay at this price when they process your subscribe and save order.

They’ve also dropped the price of the 12-pack to £7.50, the same price per can (62.5p) as this deal. See here: Red Bull Energy Drink, 12 x 250ml amazon.co.uk/dp/…G79

Edit: added info re 12-pack

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Whiteside7 m ago

Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This …Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This stuff is not good for you at all. Had a friend who had racing heart after a night drinking vodka red bulls. The doctor advised him to stop drinking red bull, not vodka. Lol


It's not the red bull that's the problem, it's the person drinking it. Most things are bad if had to excess. Although milder, having 3 cups of coffee in a hour would have the same effect. Should people stop drink that?

The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins than Red Bull.

Blue Spark - per can
Niacin: 125%
Vitamin B12: 200%
Vitamin B6: 357%
Pantothenic Acid: 83%
Caffeine: 30mg/100ml

Red Bull - per can
Niacin: 100%
Vitamin B12: 80%
Vitamin B6: 250%
Pantothenic Acid: 50%
Caffeine: 32mg/100ml

In this deal you have 24 Red Bull cans for £15.
But for £15 you can have 60 Blue Spark cans.
Edited by: "nice-new" 3rd Dec

nice-new2 h, 25 m ago

Most of cheaper alternatives have less vitamins than Red Bull but Blue …Most of cheaper alternatives have less vitamins than Red Bull but Blue Spark have more and is also much cheaper.I guess some people will always think that a famous brand is better...because it's famous.


It’s about the taste, Bluespark tastes like piss
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I was under the understanding the first s&s delivery is honoured at the price you first s&s? Is this not the case?

Nice Find

Even better take the subscribe & Save option at £14.25, which works out at 59.4p each - then simply cancel the subscription when your order turns up!

andyperkins19714 m ago

I was under the understanding the first s&s delivery is honoured at the …I was under the understanding the first s&s delivery is honoured at the price you first s&s? Is this not the case?


Nope - prices on Subscribe & Save are subject to change, you really have to make sure you check the pricing each month, which really makes it a waste of time, well certainly in my experience.

from amazon website:

'In advance of each delivery, we will send you a reminder email showing the item price and any applicable discount for your upcoming delivery. The price of the item may decrease or increase from delivery to delivery, depending on the Amazon.co.uk price of the item at the time we process your order'

Bingohomer4 m ago

Nope - prices on Subscribe & Save are subject to change, you really have …Nope - prices on Subscribe & Save are subject to change, you really have to make sure you check the pricing each month, which really makes it a waste of time, well certainly in my experience.from amazon website:'In advance of each delivery, we will send you a reminder email showing the item price and any applicable discount for your upcoming delivery. The price of the item may decrease or increase from delivery to delivery, depending on the Amazon.co.uk price of the item at the time we process your order'

Cheers for that - I knew this was the case for subsequent orders, just hadn't realised the first delivery could also change price! Darn!

What a load of bull! ;-)

andyperkins197122 m ago

Cheers for that - I knew this was the case for subsequent orders, just …Cheers for that - I knew this was the case for subsequent orders, just hadn't realised the first delivery could also change price! Darn!


Your first order-month price will not change. the price is locked when you buy.

Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This stuff is not good for you at all. Had a friend who had racing heart after a night drinking vodka red bulls. The doctor advised him to stop drinking red bull, not vodka. Lol

Whiteside7 m ago

Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This …Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This stuff is not good for you at all. Had a friend who had racing heart after a night drinking vodka red bulls. The doctor advised him to stop drinking red bull, not vodka. Lol


It's not the red bull that's the problem, it's the person drinking it. Most things are bad if had to excess. Although milder, having 3 cups of coffee in a hour would have the same effect. Should people stop drink that?

Oos

Damn. Sold out

ITMA37 m ago

Your first order-month price will not change. the price is locked when …Your first order-month price will not change. the price is locked when you buy.

So I was right - cheers

in stock for me

is this expired already? Not showing up for me

Whiteside1 h, 33 m ago

Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This …Even if they were shipping this to me for free I would decline it. This stuff is not good for you at all. Had a friend who had racing heart after a night drinking vodka red bulls. The doctor advised him to stop drinking red bull, not vodka. Lol


Thanks I drink 12 a day with a bottle vodka ..must see doctor , usually 4 weeks wait ..dentist sees me next day but £300 for check up and drill fill bill nonsen

Still in stock for me.
The sugar free Redbull is only £7.50 for 12 so works out the same if you prefer that.

12.75 for me on subscribe and save .. i do have over 5 items being delivered getting me another 15% off Thanks OP

The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins than Red Bull.

Blue Spark - per can
Niacin: 125%
Vitamin B12: 200%
Vitamin B6: 357%
Pantothenic Acid: 83%
Caffeine: 30mg/100ml

Red Bull - per can
Niacin: 100%
Vitamin B12: 80%
Vitamin B6: 250%
Pantothenic Acid: 50%
Caffeine: 32mg/100ml

In this deal you have 24 Red Bull cans for £15.
But for £15 you can have 60 Blue Spark cans.
Edited by: "nice-new" 3rd Dec

deal is now showing, ordered.

Cheers

nice-new8 m ago

The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins …The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins than Red Bull.Blue Spark - per canNiacin: 125%Vitamin B12: 200%Vitamin B6: 357%Pantothenic Acid: 83%Caffeine: 30mg/100mlRed Bull - per canNiacin: 100%Vitamin B12: 80%Vitamin B6: 250%Pantothenic Acid: 50%Caffeine: 32mg/100mlIn this deal you have 24 Red Bull cans for £15.But for £15 you can have 60 Blue Spark cans.


Come on now Red Bull Vs Blue Spark. No contest

Yea
Blue spark all the way

nice-new21 m ago

The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins …The Tesco brand Blue Spark is very similar but with much more vitamins than Red Bull.Blue Spark - per canNiacin: 125%Vitamin B12: 200%Vitamin B6: 357%Pantothenic Acid: 83%Caffeine: 30mg/100mlRed Bull - per canNiacin: 100%Vitamin B12: 80%Vitamin B6: 250%Pantothenic Acid: 50%Caffeine: 32mg/100mlIn this deal you have 24 Red Bull cans for £15.But for £15 you can have 60 Blue Spark cans.




For £3.49 you can get 100g of pure caffeine powder ... Red Bull has around 80mg in each 250ml ... I can't do the maths but that's a lot of caffeinated 'anything you like' lol
Edited by: "dantesfireplace" 3rd Dec

rizzy0023 m ago

Come on now Red Bull Vs Blue Spark. No contest


Most of cheaper alternatives have less vitamins than Red Bull but Blue Spark have more and is also much cheaper.
I guess some people will always think that a famous brand is better...because it's famous.

dantesfireplace17 m ago

For £3.49 you can get 100g of pure caffeine powder ... Red Bull has …For £3.49 you can get 100g of pure caffeine powder ... Red Bull has around 80mg in each 250ml ... I can't do the maths but that's a lot of caffeinated 'anything you like' lol


You don't seems to know what a can is.

Original Poster

Still available! I ordered two packs just a little while ago!

nice-new2 h, 25 m ago

Most of cheaper alternatives have less vitamins than Red Bull but Blue …Most of cheaper alternatives have less vitamins than Red Bull but Blue Spark have more and is also much cheaper.I guess some people will always think that a famous brand is better...because it's famous.


It’s about the taste, Bluespark tastes like piss

This is for the 250ml can not the 355ml, still a good deal tho.

Will need this for over Christmas. Heat

Blue Spark is amazing, def worth a try for anyone who always drinks RB.

Asda's Blue Charge is passable too.

rizzy0013 h, 9 m ago

It’s about the taste, Bluespark tastes like piss

You should try again with a Red Bull next to it, because the taste is very similar.

Thanks, ordered 2 individual packs with no rush delivery so I get £2 digital credit.

How much can you purchase? Is it only one time?

This taste same as one at haroon cash n carry 12p can

ITMA23 h, 15 m ago

Your first order-month price will not change. the price is locked when …Your first order-month price will not change. the price is locked when you buy.


That’s what I know also. First month is honoured. But then it changes

awful stuff

A1315 m ago

awful stuff


Agreed. When I was a student I worked in a wholesaler and every Wednesday I'd go through the breakages so they could be wrapped up and marked down. This often involved cleaning beerflies off a case of lager after one had leaked etc.

Bear in mind it was an industrial/factory floor for heavy duty use (forklifts etc.) - leaking Red Bull (and drinks of that same type) use to dissolve huge patches out of the floor over a few days. I've never been near any of that stuff since.

Ordered. Well done OP

I will vouch. Drinking Redbull has benefited me so much. I now have wings. I’m never late for work even in traffic, I can get to places faster, and have a wing for life. How great.

Bingohomer3rd Dec

Nope - prices on Subscribe & Save are subject to change, you really have …Nope - prices on Subscribe & Save are subject to change, you really have to make sure you check the pricing each month, which really makes it a waste of time, well certainly in my experience.from amazon website:'In advance of each delivery, we will send you a reminder email showing the item price and any applicable discount for your upcoming delivery. The price of the item may decrease or increase from delivery to delivery, depending on the Amazon.co.uk price of the item at the time we process your order'


I second this. Definitely check as I had a tube of toothpaste to save 15% of my full order and it worked first month second they increased the price of toothpaste from £1.15 to £8.25. Needless to say I cancelled the toothpaste lol

Edit. Amazon customer service will not help with price differences and will not give you items at the cheaper price
Edited by: "robabey85" 4th Dec
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