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Bestway launches April Super 6
Bestway Wholesale has launched its latest Super 6 drinks promotion package.
Exclusively available from Bestway and Batleys, the one-week deal runs from 10-16 April and offers licensed and catering customers market-beating prices on leading brands.
The April Super 6 includes best-selling bottled beers Budweiser and Corona, along with back-bar essentials Jagermeister, Jack Daniels and Smirnoff. Completing the Super 6 promotion is a 5-for-£30 offer on 24 x 330ml cases of Coke, Diet Coke and Coke Zero.
Ron Hickey sales director for Catering On-trade and Licensed, said: “We were delighted with the response we received from customers when we launched the Super 6 in February, and so we’ve developed an even stronger offer for April.
“Customers simply won’t find better prices than Budweiser for £14.99 a case and a 1.5 litre bottle of Smirnoff for under £20. Super 6 is available for one-week only and I would urge all customers to visit their local Bestway or Batleys depot to stock up.”
The full Super 6 line up is:
- Jack Daniels 1.5L £31.89 – a saving of £4.10
- Smirnoff 1.5L £19.99 - a saving of £4.26
- Corona Extra 24 x 330ml £15.99– a saving of £6.40
- Budweiser 24 x 330ml £15.99 - or £14.99 if customers purchase five cases – a saving of £9.90
- Jagermeister 75cl £10.79– a saving of £3.20
- Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero 24 x 330ml cans; Buy 5 for £30– a saving of £11.25
The Super 6 promotion is available in all 60 Bestway and Batleys depots and through Drinks Express, the group’s delivered service for the licensed trade.
Orders can also be placed online at www.bbfoodservice.co.uk or via telesales on 01738 646666.
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