Lehmans.com, Soda-Emporium.com, BeveragesDirect.com and Amazon.com are some online stores that sell grape Nehi as of 2015. Each store sells grape Nehi in cases or packs of 12-ounce bottles.
Lehmans.com has a 24-bottle case of 12-ounce bottles of grape Nehi as of 2015. The case retails for approximately $50. Lehmans.com only sells this item by the case and does not allow mixed cases. Soda-Emporium.com has six-packs of 12-ounce bottles of grape Nehi that sell for about $14 per pack. Customers can purchase up to four packs at a time.
BeveragesDirect.com sells a 12-pack of 12-ounce bottles of grape Nehi for roughly $30 per pack. The company offers the option of a one-time purchase or an auto-ship subscription of up to six months, providing stock is available. Orders of $35 or more are eligible for free shipping, as of November 2015.
Amazon.com has both six-packs and 12-packs of 12-ounce bottles of grape Nehi. A six-pack costs approximately $23, and a 12-pack costs about $31. The 12-pack weighs about 18 pounds, and shipping is roughly $20.
Nehi was the original brand under which RC Cola introduced its fruit flavors in 1920. Grape was one of the first flavors. Nehi is a phonetic rendering of "knee-high," which refers to a competitor's bottles that RC Cola founder Claud Hatcher overheard a salesman describe.