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24-Pk 8.45oz San Pellegrino Sparkling Organic Juice & Tea Beverage Blend (Pesca &te) EXPIRED

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kindly note the size, these are 8.45oz Cans

24 pack Sanpellegrino Pesca &Te Sparkling Organic Juice & Tea Beverage Blend 8.45 Fl. Oz. [amazon.com]

5% S&S = $8.69
15% S&S = $7.78

*lowest price per CCC*

  • It is natural, made with tea extract, juice from Italian lemons, natural cane sugar, along with the signature fine carbonation of sanpellegrino
  • Its delicate taste will bring the carefree spirit to any moment in your busy day
  • 250ml cans, perfect for on the go, snack time, or entertaining
  • Sanpellegrino pesca &the highest has 50 calories per can and no artificial coloring or preservatives

Amazon Price History (Snapshot from CCC)

This is the price charged for New products when Amazon itself is the seller.
Type Price Date
Current $9.15 Feb 15, 2020
Highest * $30.28 Mar 26, 2019
Lowest * $9.15 Feb 15, 2020
Average + $15.95 -

* since Mar 26, 2019.
+ of the last 15 price changes
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I appreciate your comment. I think historical price-trend information is interesting and that's why I'm making comments about pricing statistics on a forum dedicated to the topic of deals. It really is simple as that. It's not meant to be personal -- notice I said "in OP" instead of "by OP" -- however I do apologize if you found my post offensive. I will try to make it more clear in the future that I'm trying to inform and discuss rather than criticize. Feel free to send me a PM if you'd like to discuss it further.
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CCC average is shown in OP as $15.95 even though the price has been $14.08 for the last 3 months. This is because it is calculated based on number of price changes only and does not take into account time. The 3-month average in this case is $14.00 and demonstrates why CCC averages are skewed. (see attached)

Edit: I'm trying to inform and discuss rather than criticize.. thanks for posting OP!
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CCC average is shown in OP as $15.95 even though the price has been $14.08 for the last 3 months. This is because it is calculated based on number of price changes only and does not take into account time. The 3-month average in this case is $14.00 and demonstrates why CCC averages are skewed. (see attached)

Edit: I'm trying to inform and discuss rather than criticize.. thanks for posting OP!
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Tiny cans are worth a premium.
Just ask Coke and Pepsi.
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So does this have caffeine?
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I appreciate your comment. I think historical price-trend information is interesting and that's why I'm making comments about pricing statistics on a forum dedicated to the topic of deals. It really is simple as that. It's not meant to be personal -- notice I said "in OP" instead of "by OP" -- however I do apologize if you found my post offensive. I will try to make it more clear in the future that I'm trying to inform and discuss rather than criticize. Feel free to send me a PM if you'd like to discuss it further.
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So does this have caffeine?
I believe companies are required to include caffeine content in milligrams on each bottle; usually it's a statement at the top or the bottom of the nutrition facts. On these there is no such statement. Maybe there is a really good purification process but I find it hard to believe that the "Black tea extract" ingredient doesn't include any caffeine content.
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I appreciate your comment. I think historical price-trend information is interesting and that's why I'm making comments about pricing statistics on a forum dedicated to the topic of deals. It really is simple as that. It's not meant to be personal -- notice I said "in OP" instead of "by OP" -- however I do apologize if you found my post offensive. I will try to make it more clear in the future that I'm trying to inform and discuss rather than criticize. Feel free to send me a PM if you'd like to discuss it further.
sure, no hard feelings...know you mean well.
However, sometimes if we are too critical then that may discourage these deal posters who are taking efforts in finding and sharing great deals (remember, they are not getting paid for this...they might as well grab a book or watch a movie, etc).
This community is about sharing and caring and ofcourse, about deals...so need to encourage these deal posters. Just need to balance..
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I'm game for these just curious what people think about them. I read the reviews but curious I'd anybody here has had them. I like SP sparking water. This looks like a peach citrus light tea flavored sparking beverage. Interesting.
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I'm game for these just curious what people think about them. I read the reviews but curious I'd anybody here has had them. I like SP sparking water. This looks like a peach citrus light tea flavored sparking beverage. Interesting.
they are really small but that's good bc it limits sugar intake, they taste above average to my buds but I could not taste any tea flavor, not a hint, and that's one of the comlaints in the critical reviews. I read elsewhere and agree with the idea that if someone handed them to me I'd be happy to drink it... but I didn't buy them again.
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So does this have caffeine?
"Hello! We appreciate your concern about whether our San Pellegrino Pesca &Te contains any caffeine. There is 2.5mg of caffeine per serving (250ml can) coming from the tea. This is similar to the amount of caffeine in a serving of instant decaf coffee." -- By Customer Support, Nestle Water… MANUFACTURER -- 1st question on Amazon
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Cancelling my Aranciata to try these. Thanks OP!
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1200 calories per can?? Am I reading this right??
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1200 calories per can?? Am I reading this right??
50 cal/can
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