The infamous Wakey Wines store is ‘claiming £1,000 a BOTTLE for the rare new flavor of the Prime drink’ and two lads splashed out on March 12

WAKEY Wines is asking £1,000 a bottle for a rare new prime energy drink.

The West Yorkshire off-license has gained more than 800,000 followers on TikTok after going viral for selling Logan Paul and KSI’s drink at exorbitant prices.

Wakey Wines is charging £1,000 a bottle for Prime Lemonade


Wakey Wines is charging £1,000 a bottle for Prime LemonadeCredit: TikTok/wakewines

Shopkeeper Mohammed Azar Nazir, 41, was recently blasted for flogging the £100-a-piece drink from KSI.

But now they’re charging tenfold for a new breed of sports drink — Prime Lemonade.

And two boys squirted on a dozen bottles yesterday – which netted them a whopping £12,000.

Now the shop only has 12 bottles left in stock.

Marketed as an energy drink, Prime has taken the world by storm, especially among youth and teens who are dying to get their hands on it.

Said to “help refresh, replenish and refuel,” the drink contains B vitamins, electrolytes and coconut water.

It launched last June and still has thousands of kids – or their parents – scrambling to snag one of the eight flavors.

Even celebrities are using their star power to shorten the lines, with Wayne Rooney pestering KSI for a bottle for son Kit’s seventh birthday in January and Stacey Solomon coming forward to say she couldn’t find any on supermarket shelves.

Since the drink was launched, it has been available from Asda, Aldi and Spar for £2.

Premier League club Arsenal announced a partnership with the brand a month later, making the drinks available to supporters on matchdays at their Emirates Stadium.

Sainsbury’s began stocking the drink in February and due to the large number of calls it is receiving regarding the product, it issued a statement saying: “Our colleagues in the contact center have no further information about the currently available stocks of Prime drinks.

“If you would like to know the availability of Prime drinks at your local store, please visit the store itself.”


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