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Paid £1.50 for a small bottle of water at the weekend but aldi are doing 2ltr bottles for 17p !!

What's the most expensive water you have had?

Bossclaz
a year ago
What do you think of this?
Imnotcheap
Imnotcheapa year ago

They was at least twice that at a concert we went last year I wouldn't pay that much I buy cheap stuff

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rls
rlsa year ago

My water is freeeeeeeee! I have a reusable flash bottle thing that I refill, I'm so tight I squeak

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheapa year ago

Water rates

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rls
rlsa year ago

Imnotcheap really?!?! My water rates are still considerably less than what buying bottle after bottle of water would be!

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheapa year ago

Cheap not free@rls

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rls
rlsa year ago

Imnotcheap sardonic not sarcastic

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G0501
G0501a year ago

I think at train stations, or at airports is where it's the most expensive.

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly25a year ago

We were charged £5 for a fancy bottle in a restaurant in London once... 😮

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davidstockport
davidstockporta year ago

Not sure if you know but in England and Wales (not sure about Scotland - different laws) if eating anywhere you can ask for tap water - and as a customer it must be provided to you free of charge. If they try to say the tap water isn't fit for consumption they are obliged to provide "potable" water (fit and safe for human consumption) without any charge.

The area I'm in the tap water tastes better than most bottled.

Edit: I had failed to mention that the restaurant needed to be licensed for the sale of alcohol for it to COMPULSARY to supply free water. Thanks to Johnny for the correction.

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Johnny
Johnnya year ago

davidstockport This is not so.

Only licensed premises in England and Wales are required by law to provide free potable water.

Restaurants and cafes etc. that don't serve alcohol are under no obligation to serve free tap water.

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davidstockport
davidstockporta year ago

Johnny Thanks for the informatiom I failed to mention that the restaurant needed to be licensed for the sale of alcohol It was from the licensing laws that I'd remembered that information from some years ago. I remember at the time I wondered what "potable" meant - I'd never heard it before.

This might interest others:https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/3867284/restaurants-dont-have-to-give-you-free-tap-water-unless-they-do-this-one-thing/

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lornaae
lornaaea year ago

I don’t buy bottled water any more, got a reusable bottle and fill that up saves me spending money and constantly using single use plastic bottles

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neo1
neo1a year ago

The only time ive ever bought water is within a meal deal from boots at Heathrow, so i guess it was about £3 but came with a free sandwich, crisps and a bar of chocolate 😀

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tumblespots
tumblespotsa year ago

I don't tend to out long enough to need a drink - not since the lockdown anyway - and wouldn't pay more than £2.00 for 12 x 500ml to drink at home. I keep one by the bed in case I am thirsty in the night and replace the bottles from time to time but usually just refill them from the tap! 🐞

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludia year ago

On airport...the bottle cost more than 3 pounds

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BusySparrowMum
BusySparrowMuma year ago

Concerts , cinemas and restaurants all charge well over the odds for water ... really winds me up 😤 Think the worst we had was at the O2, took the kids to see Marvels and they don’t allow you to take food or drink in so on a hot day no choice but to buy a £4 bottle of water 😱

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lornaae
lornaaea year ago

You can always ask for tap water which is of coit’s free at restaurants, concerts etc 🙂

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hspexy
hspexya year ago

I find airports usually charge over the odds for bottled water. I think I saw small bottles for 3 euros the last time I went through Paris, although that was a while ago mind you, they were charging 7 euros for a sandwich, or almost 10 if you got a sandwich and drink combo...I’d rather go without!

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tunisianangel
tunisianangela year ago

I only buy bottles water when I need to or buy multi packs for work

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EmuEm
EmuEma year ago

There’s so much waste involved with buying/selling single use plastic water bottles, as a nation we the consumers and the businesses need to change our ways and use reusable/refillable bottles. I think it’s atrocious that concerts and venues charge over the odds for water, look at the recent festivals like Glastonbury and Shambala that banned single use bottles and had refill stations around the site. There’s was far less waste which was hugely beneficial to the environment, not to mention our pockets x

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca year ago

I get my water from wells, so no need to actually buy it.

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LordUnbox
LordUnboxa year ago

I can totally taste differences between bottled water that costs 17/18p to the ones that are 50p.

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

Cream (Amnesia) in Ibiza. It was around 8 Euros for a small bottle and served warm.

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