Soda Stream Syrups from £2.00 at Asda Direct and free click and collect!
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Soda Stream Syrups from £2.00 at Asda Direct and free click and collect!

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Found 27th Aug 2013
Since getting a machine for my birthday I have been searching to get the best prices and availability on the syrups. Argos at £3.99 was cheapest I could find but they are now even out of Cola. Yesterday I stumbled upon Asda Direct doing most of them at £2.00. Ordered a load and did click and collect and they are in store ready for me to collect now. Amazing. My tip would be avoid the diet flavours, they're not great but main syrups are good! And if you don't have a soda stream by supermarkets own fizzy water and dilute, save a fortune. Each of these bottles makes 12L.

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well its a hot from me

Original Poster

I thought the idea of this site was to find things cheap and tell others. These are the cheapest I can find them anywhere and yet cold? Does anyone who voted cold know where you can get them cheaper?

Chomp I think people sometime just get carried away I had a post go cold too yet it was a pretty hot deal.

Thanks for sharing

Hot from me, cheapest around

You can buy 2 bottles for £4 from The Range
They are also £3:49 at Dunemill

When people see a cold post they jump on the bandwagon.

The range have the 2x1 litre empty bottles at half price as well,was £10 now £5

Is this cola syrup the real coke, that you get in places like McDonalds, Nandos etc?

Is this cola syrup the real coke, that you get in places like McDonalds, Nandos etc?

the diet coke is great for making alcoholic cola yum. hot from me

Retro89

Ashen's (a Youtuber) reviews some of the flavours


I was just going to post that...

brendanb581

Is this cola syrup the real coke, that you get in places like McDonalds, … Is this cola syrup the real coke, that you get in places like McDonalds, Nandos etc?



I highly doubt it, but it can't taste any less watered down. I'm surprised coca cola even allow them to use the name, they are picky about the type of red on the cans, but not the taste of their drink in mcdonalds etc? Madness

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgbra3RTex0

From the reviews, the drinks sound really horrilble (taste like value drinks apparently)

Probably better off buying value cola/lemonade lol

brendanb581

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgbra3RTex0From the reviews, the drinks … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgbra3RTex0From the reviews, the drinks sound really horrilble (taste like value drinks apparently) Probably better off buying value cola/lemonade lol


I had a Soda Stream in the 90's and even as a kid i hated the taste of their version of Cola. If i had one today i would probably buy branded syrup, but then if you did that would you still be saving money by doing it this way.

I bought a Soda Stream from a car boot for a couple of pound complete with C02. I have never bought any of the proper syrups, I just use cordials and squash drinks like Ribena, It works great. Fizz the water then add the cordial.

What about fizzy milk?

Doesn't all evidence say that we shouldn't really be drinking stuff like this.

fizzy milk ? ? i think i would rather drink warm camels **** than that .

moley

the diet coke is great for making alcoholic cola yum. hot from me



It's what I'm using it for. Hot!

Not quite sure I see the appeal of sodastream machines now. You can purchase 2ltr bottles of fizzy water drom the super market for next to nothing, it's 17p in Asda. I normally get about 2 bottles every week.

How much would it cost to turn 2ltrs of water into fizzy water using a sodastream I wonder?

chompchompcereal

I thought the idea of this site was to find things cheap and tell others. … I thought the idea of this site was to find things cheap and tell others. These are the cheapest I can find them anywhere and yet cold? Does anyone who voted cold know where you can get them cheaper?



Lots of good deals seem to go cold to start with. Good to see its now getting the heat it deserves. The cold voters rarely have the decency to post a reason.

BTW, if you trade in for the gas refills at Argos, fizzing up some water costs approx. 17p per litre. You can then use the water to fizz up things like Ribena and Vimto too, which can taste much nicer than many cheap Supermarket own label. I do see tonikeys point though.
Edited by: "martins_uk" 28th Aug 2013

So even if the initial sodastream machine (minus the gas) was completely free, it still costs twice as much as buying fizzy water from the supermarket?

Just doesn't make any sense I'm afraid.

moley

the diet coke is great for making alcoholic cola yum. hot from me



Seen this on a forum before, does it have to be diet coke you use or can the regular coke be used ?

By the way I use patmacks brewing caps so a little sugar, water and yeast should produce a nice fizzy bottle
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