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By Enolay - / Saturday 24 June 2017 01:00 / United Kingdom - London
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By  chessu  |  17

I feel like people are missing the point - The OP got the same amount of water in 4 times as many bottles. Rather than getting 12 x 1 litre bottles, they got 48 x 250 ml bottles.

By  Gwengreen  |  4

The sell-by date must be shown legally although the water never goes bad (the plastic does after several years). You will be well hydrated for the zombie apocalypse!

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By  chessu  |  17

It sucks and I assume there is no other way for you to get water/it'd be more difficult than just going through small bottles, but were that not the case - I've never ordered from Ocado, but I assume you still have a right to refuse the replacements, or at least keep e.g. four and send rest back. You probably do this quite often though, so just find some of those old 1l bottles and fill those up instead.

By  Gwengreen  |  4

The sell-by date must be shown legally although the water never goes bad (the plastic does after several years). You will be well hydrated for the zombie apocalypse!

By  Snufkinn  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  chessu  |  17

I feel like people are missing the point - The OP got the same amount of water in 4 times as many bottles. Rather than getting 12 x 1 litre bottles, they got 48 x 250 ml bottles.

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  ezrajab  |  20

Now that I read this that's actually hysterical!

By  chessu  |  17

I feel like people are missing the point - The OP got the same amount of water in 4 times as many bottles. Rather than getting 12 x 1 litre bottles, they got 48 x 250 ml bottles.

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