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IRN-BRU Xtra Soda, 24 x 330 ml £6 at amazon pantry £2.99 delivery for first box
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
20% voucher arrived today for all the 24 packs of irn bru will list the others here also. if you can find 4 ite… Read more
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I got mine free due to Amazon being runts


no it isn't as you have to pay for prime


Sufferers of an inherited disorder must be imagining what exactly in relation to this conversation?


Sufferers of PKU must be imagining it.


But funnily enough no evidence that aspartame is dangerous

Irn Bru 48 Cans ( 24 per case ) [ irn bru original / xtra / sugar free ] Any 2 for £11.00 ( £5.50 each )
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Irn Bru 48 Cans ( 24 per case ) [ irn bru original / xtra / sugar free ] Any 2 for £11.00 ( £5.50 each )
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they are 2x24 pks for £11 but they are £6.50 for 1x24 pack not £5.50


Sweetners 🤢😷


Fiver in Morrisons for the Xtra 24 pack


I drink the XTRA version...too much of it!


Yeah, i don't like the idea of poisoning myself either.

Irn Bru Xtra 2L 75p @ Coop Food
LocalLocalFound 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Normally £1.90
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You know how they say white wine takes out red wine stains? I once convinced someone that the best way to remove Irn Bru stains was to use Diet Irn Bru!


If anyone needs to know how to get this out of their (daughter's new...) carpet, ask me. But it takes four hours and you can still see a slight reminder. :(



Thanks for that grex9101 sandstone. It's now becoming clearer why it went clear off the radar. Can't wait to see the advert now.


Everything they make now tastes rank. All of their core own brands now contain aspartame. For those of us with tastebuds, this is a bad thing.

Irn Bru Xtra 2litres  (sugar free)  75p  @ Morrisons
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Bought some at my local store at this price the other week but online it was still £1 now its 75p
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Guessing that's something else, more I read about what the people want the more shocked I am. Customers know what they want, it's good to see new companies growing in their place


Who cares about the tiny amount of aspartame in soft drinks when they spray much more into the atmosphere using chemtrails? (horror)


If he truly cared what the nation ate then he would be talking about the benefits and nutrition of cheap synthetic sweeteners vs sugar. Long term effects on humans can't be tested until this moment, the government fails with their manufacturer friends gleefully rubbing their hands together, no tax, easy to manufacture sweeteners and little choice for everyone... Iron bru the national drink of Scotland ruined


Don't forget Jamie Oliver's influence. He's a total sharp jab to the finger with a needle.


Let's face it, the sugar tax is just another money spinner, taking away freedoms, manufacturers refusing to reduce sugar and instead replace it with dodgy synthetic sweeteners made at a fraction of the price with health concerns paid off

Irn bru xtra 2ltr 75p @ b&m
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Now 75p b&m hunts cross liverpool
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I found my Morrisons had xtra for 75p However on website it said £1




I am never able to find these deals in store :(


Same price in Sainsbury's as well (y) 🏾


Same price in Sainsbury's (Altrincham). Not bad but nothing tastes as good as the original from a glass bottle.

IRN-BRU Cans, Original / Extra / Diet £2.00 8 x 330 ml @ Amazon Pantry (£2.99 Delivery fee unless you add 4)
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Not a bad price for 8 cans, add four of these, choose from regular, diet or extra to get free delivery. I'm sure most of you know how pantry works. Obviously doesn't work out s… Read more

Pretty close to Scotland.... Cornwall! (highfive)


Now, to guess where you are from :/


My local Poundland are doing a pack of 4 for a quid too if that helps anyone


8 for £2.00, same price as my local B&M. (Original only).


8 pack for £2 at Morrisons too

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Irn-Bru (& Sugar-Free) 18 Pack Only £3.35 @ Coop Bridge of Earn
LocalLocalFound 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Might Be Scotland Wide Smaller/ Medium Stores More Likely Might Depend On Whether The Store Stocks The 18pk normally or not
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I had just woken up and using my phone... I don't understand why the didn't just increase the price and give the consumer the choice. Coke managed it.


No such thing as full sugar. Its sweetened with aspartame to avoid the sugar tax.


Surely the full sugar version should be more expensive ?


Red32....must be a Rangers sponsor ;) I think you meant Red23. Personally....I really like ice-cold diet Irn Bru (as it was last year....hope they haven't meddled with that one 'tho I cannot see any reason why they would need to) (lol)


Sorry to disappointed you but a quick bit of research suggest Red32 is far from being English. Certainly wasn't supporting England at the world cup...

IRN-BRU Xtra Soda, 24 x 330 ml £4.80 (Amazon Pantry) @ Amazon (£2.99 Delivery applies)
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Choose the 20% off promotion tab, to get this price. Great little offer this, part of amazon pantry, add three more items to get free delivery, I currently have a free delivery c… Read more




Just ordered, Voucher works great! :D


No 20% voucher anymore, so £6 :(


Reported as not expired. Deal is back on

Irn-Bru Xtra 2L Reduced to 75p @ Sainsburys
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Normally £1.70 but reduced to 75p at Sainsburys
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This is the only drink which is still flavoured using rusty iron bars... Amazing! Great flavour. Hot. Kindest regards


All they had to do was make the cans smaller. maybe the sugar variants will be behind a screen, in a plain white can, with pictures of rotting teeth. While you can get 4 mars bars for a £1.


Too true. I worked for Coca Cola and Britvic (Pepsi). Coke or Pepsi are the only 'fizzy' drinks i drink nowadays. With me - all the artificial sweeteners leave bad aftertaste -


Please give us a choice - given the choice of real Irn Bru at £1.50 vs this foul tasting stuff at 75p I'll choose the real stuff. There appears to be no choice anywhere - all drinks have the foul tasting reduced sugar formula.


RIP Irn Bru. Barrs must be losing a fortune

48 x 330ml cans - irn bru for £11 @ Farmfoods
LocalLocalFound 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Great price for 48 cans, 2x24.

Farmfoods are quite dear at the moment. 3 for £4 on £1 ice creams elsewhere such as asda !


24 cans are £5 in Asda


That a a lot of irn bru, but good thinking ;)


Buy 480 for £50 (use £5 voucher off £50 in the pamphlet)


24 Cans Barrs IRN BRU £5 @ Asda Livingston
LocalLocalFound 19th JunFound 19th Jun
ASDA Livingston, 24 cans for £5 right beside 8 cans for £4.. You could look at it as 16 cans for £1.. (cheeky).. Not sure if this is nationwide or as it is Irn Bru - Scotland wide… Read more
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Quick its an IRN BRU deal, time for yet another a sugar tax debate....


I got a case earlier today and it's the original recipe cans. Time to stock up before they're gone (excited) Edit: my bad, I've just checked and it is the new stuff... Bugger! I thought the new stuff had amber for sugar rather than red. :S


Ohh, which branch? All our local ones are long emptied of old stock....


Except this is Irn Bru sugar free. It always tasted like pish :p


Mmmm, horrible tasting chemical rubbish. Thanks for changing the recipie. Fools.

Irn Bru 4 Pack x 330ml Cans £1 instore @ Poundland
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
25p a can at Poundland

This used to be the national drink of Scots... why don't the government listen to the people? Choice is needed not fall in sales, at least we can be the guinea pigs for the rest of the world with these dodgy artificial sweeteners


Can anyone confirm it is the awful dodgy stuff or the original decent stuff?


i agree tates sh##e now


Gosh ... Anti Irn Bru are back in numbers !


So many deals on 'new' Irn Bru now as they can't get rid of it. This sugar tax may help someone somewhere, but i would like the choice of a full fat, full of sugar can of Bru and i'm prepared to pay the extra for it. We're living in a nanny state, Scotland now also has the minimum pricing on alcohol - i'm just waiting to see what's next!

24 Cans of IRN-BRU 330 ml - £4.50 @ Amazon Prime Now
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
8 cans of IRN-BRU - £1.50 8 cans of IRN-BRU Extra - £2.00

Should be scorching hot. Even £5 is an excellent deal for this.




It's working because no-one is buying the reformulated drinks and drinking water instead! Some people will be switching to beer and cider though instead, and that's worse! It's a poor idea.


They didn't really refuse as both Coke and Pepsi have loads of diet drinks as well and they push them more than the originals now.


Pretty much every drink except Coca Cola Classic and original Pepsi has been reformulated and not a single one tastes better, they all taste worse.

[Rollback] Irn Bru - 8 Pack - Asda £2
LocalLocalFound 21st MayFound 21st May
Apparently it’s original and best. You can’t describe the taste as there is nothing like it :D

Each to their own. There are people who certainly feels strongly about this.


Well it's beggars belief. Seems like there is a lot time in hand?


That is exactly the impression I got. :/ :/


People signing petition to bring full sugar Irn Bru back. Really?


I’m trying to figure out if there was any progress between Barr and your group?

Barr Irn Bru Xtra, Extra Taste. No Sugar. 4 x 330ml cans 89p @ Heron (Farnworth)
LocalLocalFound 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Barr Irn Bru Xtra, Extra taste. No sugar. 4 x 330ml (multipack) cans for 89p In Farnworth store

Picked some up in my local (y)


Should be illigal.


Found in One Stop store in Perry Barr also.


It's no longer made from Girders. :-(

Irn bru xtra 4 cans for 65p instore at tesco
LocalLocalFound 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
4 cans of irn bru xtra, reduced to clear instore at tesco kilmarnock
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I'm not quite sure that 15g of sugar in a can is really a diet one, but I get your point. I can see the point of Sugar Free and Xtra, same as Pepsi Max and Diet Pepsi, and Coke Zero and Diet Coke. The flavours cater for different tastes. But if people are prepared to pay the extra for full fat, then that should be up to them.


Why not leave folk with a choice though? Instead of three diet versions full of chemicals and nothing else.


That's just your taste. :D Not tried the new reduced sugar version, but I quite like the Xtra version. It's way better than the Sugar Free one, which tastes awful now they've released Xtra.


Well done Barrs, you've managed to make all the varieties absolutely horrible.


This is the XTRA You're thinking of the previous regular version... Which this isn't

I litre irn bru bottle - 60p instore Asda Govan Glasgow
LocalLocalFound 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Purchased 1 litre bottles for 0.60 not a bad price considering the 500ml costs £1.20
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Flavour only changed about a month ago, now full of artificial sweetener, tastes absolutely horrible now. No wonder it's on sale !


Well i didn't drink it then I'm very new to drinking Irn Bru and already stopped lol Basically i starting drinking and became a fan when they announced they'll change the flavour, shame ;(


Usually 45p for 2 litre bottles in Lidl


I tried the new lower sugar stuff but found it just tasted wrong :p . I'm not surprised to see it on offer, probably due to having warehouses full of the stuff that they can't shift. People are either drinking their stockpiles bought in January or like me are simply choosing not to buy until they bring back "old" Irn Bru. Coke aren't messing as they already have Diet and Zero versions for those that want that. I don't understand why Barrs can't do the same since they already do Diet and Extra.


Noticed it years ago!

IRN-BRU Xtra Soda, 330 ml x 24 - £6 (Prime) / £10.75 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Irn bru soft drink cans , 330 ml x 24

Sorry no subtitles on any of my YT Videos...... maxmix


It's the the only liquid on earth that can be drunk in large quantities the day after with a severe hang over. National shortage in Scotland in the New Year as we have 2 government approved days of heavy drinking You stick to your alcopops, babycham and of course Fanta (highfive)




Was recently 2 cases of 24 for 10 quid at Lidl which works out a fiver a case. 6 quid seems to be the usual price.


Farmfoods are 24 pack for £6 or 2 for £10 at the moment. Not just irn bru, other drinks too

Irn Bru 48 cans for £9 at Farmfoods
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Irn Bru, regular and diet. 48 cans for £9.00

Did the taste test and we all knew which was Original recipe and which was the new lower sugar version


£10 for 2 x 24 tinnies of Irn Bru for me today :-(


Hasnt this been posted already? It is 2 packs of 24 for £9 as they don't make a 48 pack


The full fat versions I bought at my local FarmFoods, are indeed FULL yummy sugary fat!


If you want the full 38% sugar version of Irn Bru buy them now before they are gone for ever, currently slowly being fazed out in shop now, i got 4x 8 packs of Irn Bru 38% sugar (Best Before July 2019) from ASDA today most of them on the shelf were 17% Sugar Irn Bru With Aspartame.

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