Confirmed at the Northwest Arkansas Mall too. Now to find a bargain on the CO2 canister refills...
I get my CO2 canister refills at Bed Bath and Beyond. Subscribe to their email and they will email and mail 20% off coupon periodically. Also there will be a $5 off coupon in their periodic mailer for $15 purchase - so I usually pay $10 for the CO2 refill
I bought my soda-stream about 6 months ago, and never used the included sampler pack. After reading the ingredients, there was no way I could drink them. Instead, I have used real natural concentrates or home-made juices to flavor my soda mixes. This last time around, I used my juice extractor to juice 1 pound of fresh ginger. I then strained the concentrated ginger juice to remove all the pulp. What was left was a super concentrated ginger juice that I made my delicious fresh ginger soda. I also tried using fresh lemons which also tasted nice. The other sodas I made used organic fruit concentrates, such as, wild blueberry, tart cherry, and pomegrante. One other test I did was using True Lemons Orange powders, and those worked well also. To all my mixes, I add about 2-4 packets of stevita per bottle. The possibilities seem endless, and I have only just started to experiment. Before this, I pretty much had stopped drinking any soda for about 10 years. So, now I can drink my own home-made brews, and I am pleased with the results.
Has anyone else tried making up their own safe alternatives? If so, please tell what you have tried out.
Btw - I was surprised how long my first co2 tank lasted until getting a new one a couple of weeks ago.
I take a bunch of mint, the juice of 2 limes 1.5cups of water and 2/3 cup natural sugar. Simmer for about an hour, strain the mix, reduce by half, and you have a great syrup. I mix with carb water for a clean refreshing soda, do a 25/25/50 mix with syrup, orange juice, carb water. The soda also makes a great mixer, very good with gin! I've also made a tamarind syrup using a simple syrup recipe and simmering fresh tamarind for about 2 hours.
Lots of great possibilities! Just start experimenting!
(Semi) confirmed in Pittsburgh. It took four bottles before the discount kicked in, not three (TU none the less). Picked up 7 bottles for $12.63 out the door (one of the bottles was Peach Tea, which was $3.46, everything else was 1.46. Expiration dates are much earlier than I've seen at other retailers, May and December 2013 for what I picked up (Fountain Mist, Cherry Cola, Peach Tea Crystal Light). All of the Ginger Ale expired September 2012.
Clerk had no idea at all about any sale what so ever, including the one that was actually advertised (4.99 marked down to 4.79).
couldnt make it there today. hope this lasts tomorrow.. doubt it though.
The "regular" sale price sign I believe said it went through the 16th. I'm not sure if the other sale that everyone has been scooping up, but I would guess that it does. Worth a shot to see if it's still valid tomorrow if you have a Sears not to far away.
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