The cost of making Coke is very cheap in comparison to the retail price. The can and the plastic 6-pack wrapper and make the cost of producing a can of Coke about 6 cents. The Coke syrup and carbonation adds about 10 cents to the cost and shipping and handling costs increase the cost to 25c. So approximately 40 to 50 cents per can.
A can of coke in 1983 would cost you 25 cents.
Coke at this time cost around 15 cents!
The cost of a Coke in 1960 was five cents, in America.
The same as regular Coke.
This would depend on how much one can of coke costs.
$3.49 for a 20 oz coke in 1992.
the 12oz coke cost about 5 cents.
It would cost about 25 cents
about 86 cents
€1 to €2
A 12 pack, 12oz cans of regular Coke Cola in a can cost typically ranges between $2.50 and $3.50 depending on which store it's purchased from. Office Max charges $5.99. High-end stores may charge as much as $6.99. Then there is specialty Coke such as Caffeine Free, Cherry Coke, Coke with lime or Coke from Mexico all of which may cost more. Diet coke generally cost about the same.