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    Is there an easier way to say "Pepsi in cans in cases"?

    Suppose that I am going to different stores and looking for the lowest price of Pepsi. I want the soft drinks in cans not in bottles that are in cases. Let me name a store Great Savings.

    (1) Great Savings offers the best deal on Pepsi in cans in cases.

    (2) Great Savings offers the best deal on cases of Pepsi in cans.

    (3) Great Savings offers the best deal on cans of Pepsi in cases.

    I am not sure which one (2) or (3) sounds better than (1) or neither. Please explain this. Thanks.

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    Re: Is there an easier way to say "Pepsi in cans in cases"?

    I would use "cases of canned Pepsi".

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