Since there are many products under the Coca-Cola Company's umbrella, it's appropriate that there are different color caps for each product. For those who need help, there are four distinct colors:
Red--Coke, Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke (Caffeine Free is included on all counts) Green--Fanta, Sprite, Sprite Cranberry (yes, I know it's a holiday season flavor, but still...) Gray (or Grey, whichever you prefer)--Diet Coke, Sprite Zero, Sprite Zero Cranberry (yes, it counts...) Black--Coke Zero, Cherry Coke Zero, Fuze, Minute Maid, Pibb
Powerade, Powerade Zero, and Minute Maid to-go juice bottles have their names on the cap and are easy to distinguish.
So what do I do when I have multiple caps of the same color? I usually take a piece of paper, and write down the codes to the caps of the least-frequently obtained products (for example, I get more regular Coke than Cherry and Vanilla, and more Sprite than Fanta, and more Coke Zero than Cherry Coke Zero, Fuze, Minute Maid, and Pibb).
I also write down codes for the 20-packs.
In all cases, after entering the codes and getting the points, I cross off any written down, and toss out the caps and box tops.
With that said, I'll open it up to your thoughts--what do you do when you have multiple caps of one color and are afraid you'll forget where you got the cap from? That sort of thing. Gameshowguy2000 (talk) 02:56, March 30, 2016 (UTC)