There's no comparison to the crisp taste of Pepsi. Pepsi has a rich history beginning in 1893 and was originally named Brad's Drink to help with digestion and boost energy. It received great feedback in the founder’s drug store. Caleb Bradham, founder, decided to invent a formula that was easily bottled and cold be sold directly to consumers. Even through the Great Depression, Pepsi products were booming and consumers couldn't get enough. Pepsi doesn't just stop at the cola drink. Recently Pepsi has updated its line to include Pepsi Next and Pepsi Kick. Pepsi Kick is a variation of Pepsi’s Pepsi Max diet soda, but it has more caffeine and Ginseng. Find great deals on Pepsi products online and in stores.
Pepsi-Cola, known by most simply as Pepsi, is a carbonated soft drink, extremely popular around the world, and is in constant battle for the top cola spot with Coca-Cola. Pepsi was originally introduced in 1893 as Brad’s Drink in New Bern, North Carolina by Caleb Bradham. He wanted to create a fountain drink for his drug store that would aid digestion, boost energy, and was appealing to his customers. A few years later in 1898, the drink was re-introduced as Pepsi-Cola and the rest is as they say, history.
Save on Pepsi Products!
Whether you call it soda or pop, soft drinks such as Pepsi are so popular that coupons aren’t as available as they are for other, less popular products. After all, manufacturers release coupons to get consumers to try their product and then become a repeat customer. Makers of the most popular soft drinks, Pepsi and Coke, don’t release too many coupons because they really don’t have to – consumers buy their products anyway. But even so, you can still find great deals on Pepsi products if you know when to buy. Take a look at out tips for saving on Pepsi, and save money your next purchase.
Manufacturer coupons for Pepsi products are rare, unless they are for new products, new flavors, or new sizes. U.S. brands from Pepsi-Co include Pepsi Mountain Dew, Sierra Mist, Sobe, AMP Energy, IZZE, Naked Juice, Propel, Mug, and Aquafina. While manufacturer coupons are hard to come by, store coupons are fairly common. Check the sales flyers of your favorite stores for coupons, or check their websites. Target occasionally has store coupons on the coupon page of their website, and they also have Cartwheel offers available sometimes, so if you’re a Target shopper, those are good places to look. When printable manufacturer coupons pop up for Pepsi products, Grocery Coupon Network is the place to find them. Check right here at GCN for the latest coupons and promo codes available for Pepsi.
Look for a Sale
Pepsi products are on sale frequently, so there’s no reason to pay full price for your favorite Pepsi products! Most stores will alternate sale weeks on Pepsi and Coke products. Check your stores sales flyer to see which one is on sale this week. If it’s Coke, wait until next week, because most likely that’s when Pepsi products will be on sale. Also look for in-store promotions, such as Rite Aid +UpRewards, CVS ExtraBucks, or free Target gift cards offers for your next purchase when you buy Pepsi. These promotions aren’t “sales”, but they can reduce your final cost, even without the use of coupons!
If Possible, Wait for a Holiday Sale
Holidays are the best times to stock up on Pepsi! Think Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Memorial Day, etc. Most stores will have great sales and offers. If you have the space to stockpile Pepsi, stock up during a holiday!
Call Pepsi at 1-800-433-2652 (Monday -Friday, 9 am – 5 pm ET)
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Pepsi Consumer Relations
1 Pepsi Way
Somers, NY 10589