Seriously, you can't spend a few seconds to fill a reusable water bottle? Tap water is a mere few cents per gallon rate on your water bill, as opposed to dollars per gallon for bottled water, plus you get rid of all that excess waste.
And yeah, there's all kinds of wrong info in this OP.
well, with a deal like this, we're getting bottled for cents per gallon, not dolllars.
and no, i don't have time to fill a water bottle. as it is, i'm often running late in the morning. i can spend time now to find a slickdeal so I don't have to spend the time every morning.
I am in for 15!! Great deal. I just bought a rug at Costco made out of recycled plastic water bottles...so now I don't feel so bad throwing all these in the trash...
I do. You don't have a co-mingled recycling bin you could at least throw these in? We have one that's provided by the trash company..anything we think can be recycled..cardboard, water bottles..etc. we just dump in there altogether..kind of like a trash can..and the recycling company sorts it out
Last edited by dzap; 05-02-2010 at 04:54 PM..
Reason: Automerged Doublepost
No point arguing you guys. I prefer tap water myself, but a certain member of my family always drinks bottled water no matter what you say to her. So to each his/her own, I guess.
If you do drink bottled water, then this is a good deal. I did purchase the 14 cases just for her since it's not likely to find this price (after discount) per case in store. And free delivery is great.
First of all, you can't even get OP's deal because the coupons don't stack - the best deal I've seen posted in the thread is 14 cases for $34.11 shipped.
At that price, it still runs you roughly 81 cents a gallon, as opposed to roughly 10 cents a gallon for tap water.
EIGHT TIMES as much money? How the hell is that a slick deal?
And if you have extra time to peruse slickdeals, you have 30 seconds in your day to fill up a bottle of water. The idea that someone doesn't "have time" to fill up their water bottle is just absurd!
32 bottle packs of this are almost always $2.99 at pretty much any store near me. That's 9.35 cents (give or take) per bottle for this crap regular price. Even if the OP's deal was possible, you're saving 3 cents per bottle.
Is it really that much of a savings when the Nestle bottled water is just tap water?
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