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What was the price of a coca cola in 1920?
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It depends on which province you live in as well as what the merchant marks the price. Typically, a can of Coca Cola, sold individually can range anywhere from $0.50 to $1.10 …(plus tax in some cases) in Canadian funds.
Pretty sure it was 25 cents.
It really depends on where you live, for example, in South Africa it's 72 cents for a 340 mL. On average, in the US it's about $1.50 for a 12 ounce. If your talking about the …cans, it can range anywhere from 50 cents to 80 cents to even a dollar in some stores. Hope this helped.
One of the things you can do with Coke(TM) that you might not know, is use it to wash heavily stained laundry such as mechanic's coveralls. My dad was a mechanic and he would …regularly pour in a can with his laundry. Granted, it's not something you'd want to use for your whites!
competition based pricing strategy
The price of a coke in 1959 was 5 cents. That was also the year when 5 cents per coke became a thing of the past.
it is from Columbus, Georgia
It can dissolve nails, cause osteoperosis, cause obesity, tooth decay, heart condtions. It can't be good because the same stuff its made with Carbonic acid is strong enough to… dissolve limestone and create caves!
a nickel - and we had to pay a deposit for the bottle.
5 cents a glass. During the first year, Dr. Pemberton only sold an average of 9 glasses a day.
The price of soda was about 50 to 75 cents per bottle in the 1980s. The price is steadily increasing.
A 6.5 ounce glass of Coca Cola was 5 cents in 1950, the same price it was when it was introduced in 1886. The price remained the same because inflation did not go up very …fast in that period and many other factors.
Coca Cola can be found in countries all over the world. In Pakistan, a can of coke costs 34 rupees. In American currency, this is only 34 cents.