SodaStream 60 Litre Gas Cylinder with 1 Litre Carbonating Bottle-Green £19.99 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
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SodaStream 60 Litre Gas Cylinder with 1 Litre Carbonating Bottle-Green £19.99 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

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Found 29th Jan
SodaStream 60 Litre Gas Cylinder with 1 Litre Carbonating Bottle-Green
Price:£19.99 Delivery at no extra cost for Prime members
ONLY for prime members its a cheap way to get an extra bottle and gas if you had that deal the other week where to sodastream was £20
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Yep, good deal. Remember if you register your machine you'll get £10 discount on a cylinder or refill so that would end up costing £16 for a new cylinder (just in case you weren't interested in the extra bottle).

I purchased 2 x 500ml bottles from The Range for £8.99 (same price on Amazon) as I prefer the smaller bottle as it'll keep it's fizz a little better.
Edited by: "greencode" 29th Jan
Has the £20 sodastream offer expired?
Edited by: "Jonnyblock" 29th Jan
Must have expired kid as showing as 25 quid from marketplace sellers only
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exchange gas cannister is £12.99 direct from Sodastream (after £10 refund on return) sodastream.co.uk/gas…ge/
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Jonnyblock43 m ago

Has the £20 sodastream offer expired?


Yep, they did shift over 10,000 units while it was on though!
I'm not trying to put down this deal, just curious. Is there any advantage to using a soda stream over buying the cheap carbonated water at 17p for 2 litres at the supermarket which works out much cheaper? I know that there is a strong case for the environmental impact of all the plastic bottles, but in terms of taste is there any difference?
Brought one to try to carbonate cheap wine. Works well! Look online for advise to do safely however!!
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Mike732 h, 6 m ago

I'm not trying to put down this deal, just curious. Is there any advantage …I'm not trying to put down this deal, just curious. Is there any advantage to using a soda stream over buying the cheap carbonated water at 17p for 2 litres at the supermarket which works out much cheaper? I know that there is a strong case for the environmental impact of all the plastic bottles, but in terms of taste is there any difference?


Mike
I got to say it has dramatically reduced the plastic bottles we put in the recycling bin so for the few pennies more I believe it's worth it
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Mike
I got to say it has dramatically reduced the plastic bottles we put in the recycling bin so for the few pennies more I believe it's worth it[/quote]

Thanks for the reply kee66, unfortunately even though we really want to cut down our plastic use, we can't justify the extra expense at the moment so maybe we'll just try and cut down on the sparkling water instead.
Mike7320 h, 15 m ago

I'm not trying to put down this deal, just curious. Is there any advantage …I'm not trying to put down this deal, just curious. Is there any advantage to using a soda stream over buying the cheap carbonated water at 17p for 2 litres at the supermarket which works out much cheaper? I know that there is a strong case for the environmental impact of all the plastic bottles, but in terms of taste is there any difference?


You can get 60L of carbonated water without lugging 60Kg of bottles around Tesco
there ar eplenty of ways you can refill way cheaper, even £1-£2 per cylinder. Look up on youtube. The one I am going to try is the dry ice method.
I just received a £ 10 promotional code from Sodastream that can be used on an order of gas (either an exchange or a spare): JE0JI86SXTL3 . Not sure if its linked to account. I can't use it as I live in Northern Ireland and they dont deliver at all here (pathetic).
nicholasrou11th Feb

I just received a £ 10 promotional code from Sodastream that can be used …I just received a £ 10 promotional code from Sodastream that can be used on an order of gas (either an exchange or a spare): JE0JI86SXTL3 . Not sure if its linked to account. I can't use it as I live in Northern Ireland and they dont deliver at all here (pathetic).


code didn't work for me but thanks anyway
nicholasrou11th Feb

there ar eplenty of ways you can refill way cheaper, even £1-£2 per c …there ar eplenty of ways you can refill way cheaper, even £1-£2 per cylinder. Look up on youtube. The one I am going to try is the dry ice method.


Where do you get your dry ice from?
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