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30 x 375ml Soft Drink Cans: Pepsi Max, Pepsi, Sunkist, Solo, Schweppes $13.13ea + Delivery ($0 w/ Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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30x 375ml Pepsi Varieties are all now $13.13.

Pepsi Max Out of Stock

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Schweppes Lemonade Out of Stock

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  • +2 votes

    Finally able to catch this deal before OOS

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    Thanks OP managed to purchase

  • +1 vote

    Bargain when you take off the $3.00 Container Deposit Refund (where applicable)

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      Is this state specific?

    • -1 vote

      Bloody stupid scheme is being introduced in WA soon.

      We've already got free kerbside collection of recyclables - a truck turns up at your house every week and takes them away for free (well, for a charge included in your rates).

      And now they want hundreds of thousands of people to drive to collection points - how much extra pollution is that going to cause? Not to mention wasted time and effort.

      • +1 vote

        It was sold to NSW as a way to reduce littering. Can't claim I can notice much difference.

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          Rural NSW here. Yes, the side of the highways are looking a fair bit better either through less littering or more people/community groups keen on picking up some extra coinage.

      • -1 vote

        Nothing/no one is stopping you from continuing to just put them in your recycling bin… The scheme in SA has been running for 30 years or more and is fantastic. I keep all my old cans and bottles in the garage, do a run to the depot every couple of months and I get a free carton of beer with the money. It is also great for local clubs and fundraising. Donate all your used bottles/cans to your local sports club and they get the money. Win win.

        • +1 vote

          The above is true. But the point is here in NSW at least, is that you pay for a yellow top recycling bin via your rates which worked perfectly fine for decades. Now you pay 15c extra per container, and if you put them in your yellow top recycling bin, the council pockets the deposit. Thats if the bin scabs don't get to them first.

          • -2 votes

            @Rod71: You’re wrong, it does not matter if you put the cans in yellow bin or not; council could not pocket the deposit as everything including paper, plastic containers, cans, etc all go to the same place and are processed as one. Not to mention the amount of households that mix garbage, food, grass, etc in yellow bin as well you would be surprised at the number of them. So the short answer is no, the deposit money is belong to you or the scabs, not council.

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            @Rod71: We don't pay any more for beer in SA than you do in NSW. I just checked 4 common beers on dan murphys, same price in SA for all but one of them, except for Coopers which is cheaper in SA. Understandable given it is made here.

            • +2 votes

              @soundawake:

              We don't pay any more for beer in SA than you do in NSW

              That was their point, because it’s already set in the price for both states.

              Now compare the prices to WA, you’ll find the vast majority of (for example) 6 packs of beer are $1 more expensive in SA than they are in WA due to the container deposit scheme.

              So you’re paying $1 extra to get 60c back. You’ve also then got to store them, then load up your car and take them to be deposited. So let’s say that’s another 5c each with all that time and effort. So now you’re getting back $0.55 per $1 for it.

              Instead of just putting them all into your recycling bin which you’ve (also) already paid for with council rates, and they come to your house and collect it every couple of weeks. All you need to do is wheel the bin down the driveway and wheel it back after it’s empty. Simple.

              Which is more likely to make the average person actually recycle? If someone isn’t already recycling now, the many times more effort for the container deposit scheme isn’t going to make them start. All this does is basically penalise the people who already recycle properly by making it more difficult than it already is.

              Now, if council were to lower my rates by a similar amount, then I’d probably make the effort. I’m pretty much 99.999% sure that won’t be happening at all though.

        • +5 votes

          The problem is you don't get a 'free carton of beer', you have already paid for that carton of beer and more (through the 'admin fee') every time you buy a drink. I'm now worse off even though i was recycling 100% of my cans both before and after the scheme, only now it's 10x more effort.

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            @norrisrules: It's better for the environment.

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              @Autonomic: How can it possibly be better for the environment!

              The council truck is going around the neighbourhood collecting recyclables anyway.

              Compare that to thousands and thousands of car trips to collection points - all pumping carbon monoxide and other crap into the environment.

        • +2 votes

          I get a free carton of beer with the money.

          No, you're buying beer with your money that was refunded to you (and that should never of been taken from you in the first place).

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    got 3, ty op :)

  • +2 votes

    I don't understand how they can sell and ship at this price unless Amazon really tighten the screw on the courier companies. Surely shipping this weight alone would cost more than this.

    • +5 votes

      Initially, it's more about training consumers than making a profit. Once that's done they can kill the competition and profit.

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    Thanks OP, got some.

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    All gone now

  • +1 vote

    Pepsi Max back in stock.

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    Damn … wanted the Pepsi Max. Went to sleep early & missed this deal.

    :-(

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    Pepsi can be backordered but is OOS

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    Shake it up and spray your bum. No need to toilet paper.

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    Yeah same missed out :/

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    Managed to get 2 x 30 Pepsi Max before it went OOS!

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    Woolworths have 24-packs on special this week for $10.50, pretty much same price per litre (price may be higher in certain areas, especially rural/regional).

    Pepsi
    Pepsi Max
    Solo
    Sunkist
    Lemonade

    Special runs till next Tues night.

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    Pepsi OOS now too.

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    Pepsi (possibly other Schweppes drinks) is also $1.17 a litre frequently at Coles/Woolies either 24 or 30 pack.

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    it's back with "In stock on March 19, 2020."

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    Pepsi Max Raspberry & Vanilla maybe discontinued. Woolworths have dropped the Raspberry flavour, as well as Caltex. This came from an Asahi (Schweppes/Pepsi) employee.

  • -1 vote

    For anyone who missed out these are $16 at Coles, regular price.