Enjoy the great taste of this Prime Day Coca Cola deal

Posted: 13 October 2020 11:15 am

Amazon Prime Day Coke Deal

At 56 cents a can, you're not going to find a better deal this side of Black Friday.

Amazon Prime Day is upon us, and that means that Amazon Prime customers can enjoy massive savings across a huge range of products. While many of the more exciting deals involve big-ticket electronics items or appliances, there are plenty of amazing deals that are great ways to save on your regular weekly spending.

Take this discount on 36 pack cases of 375mL cans of Coke. If you were to pay the full price, you'd be handing over almost a dollar a can, or $35.45 for 36. However, thanks to the Prime Day sale, the price has been slashed to $19.98, which works out to about 56 cents per can.

That discount isn't locked to just a single Coke variety either. If you prefer Diet Coke or Coke No Sugar varieties, you can still enjoy that massive discounted price by following these links:

To take advantage of this deal, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber. Fortunately, the cost of becoming a subscriber is small – only $6.99 per month, or $59 per year.

That price will get you more than just access to the Prime Day sales as well. You'll also get fast, free delivery of your Amazon purchases, access to hundreds of quality TV shows and movies through Amazon Prime Video, free books to read every month, free games to play every month on PC and access to stream millions of songs through Amazon Music.

If you're looking for more deals on your household staples, check out our picks for the best grocery deals for customers on Amazon Prime Day. We've also rounded up our choice of the best deals across the whole sale.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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