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12-Pack of 11.5oz Bai Bubbles Antioxidant Beverage (Variety Pack)

caiawa 222 380 April 17, 2016 at 01:08 PM in Grocery (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 04-18-2016 by Corwin at 08:43 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 12-Pack 11.5oz Bai Bubbles 5-Calorie Antioxidant Infused Beverage (Variety Pack) for $10.39 after 'clipped' 30% off coupon (clipped automatically though link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks caiawa

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 08:47 AM by annie930ny
Bai Bubbles Variety Pack, 5-calorie, Naturally Sweetened, Antioxidant Infused Sparkling Beverage 11.5oz Can (pack of 12) [amazon.com]

Item(s) Subtotal: $15.98
Subscribe & Save: -$2.40
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.79
Grand Total: $8.79

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Last Edited by widgit April 18, 2016 at 08:37 PM
For those with just 5% s&s, price is $10.39 AC

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#4
12g of erythritol?
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12g of erythritol?
It's a non-caloric sweetener.
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I get $11?
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I get $11?
OP's price is with 15% s&s you prob only have 5% atm
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I went to a festival where they passed this out for free. It tasted like medicine! Not good. We didn't even take the unopened cans with us. Left it behind.
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Quote from jaydid.echo View Post :
I went to a festival where they passed this out for free. It tasted like medicine! Not good. We didn't even take the unopened cans with us. Left it behind.
What flavor did you have?
I had a 12 pack of the Bai variety pack and didn't like any of it so I would never buy it again. Thought I'd give their Bubbles a try because I like carbonated drinks that isn't soda.

edit: typing error
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What flavor did you have?
I had a 12 pack of the Bai variety pack and didn't like any of it so I would never buy it again. Thought I'd give their Bubbles a try because I like carbonated drinks that isn't soda.

edit: typing error
We got the regular bai blueberry, which tasted like medicine, AND the bai bubbles blood orange, which tasted a bit better but still weird. They taste weird bc they use Stevia as a sweetener, so if you like Stevia you'll like this. You won't like it if you dislike Stevia.

I usually love love love blood orange sodas, so this tremendously disappointed me. Let's just say if you tried the regular line & you didn't like it, you're guaranteed not to like the bubbles lines. It's no different, just added carbonation.
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Quote from Notasaurus View Post :
It's a non-caloric sweetener.
Double-duty as a laxative...to the point of cramps, farts, and diarrhea.
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Quote from norcalnative_707 View Post :
Double-duty as a laxative...to the point of cramps, farts, and diarrhea.
Erythritol isn't typically as bad as sorbitol. And it does have some calories, but less than sugar. And it doesn't raise your blood sugar either
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Double-duty as a laxative...to the point of cramps, farts, and diarrhea.

In it for the farts. Who doesn't love a good fart?
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Quote from BuddyB2252 View Post :
Double-duty as a laxative...to the point of cramps, farts, and diarrhea.

In it for the farts. Who doesn't love a good fart?
All depends on the person. They also say too much coconut juice will do the same thing. I've never had a problem....yet...Ha, just don't drink too much?

I tried this stuff for the first time a couple weeks ago on sale at Costco, all the flavors...delicious.

But then again, I quit drinking soda a couple months ago, soooo I may be a little biased.
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Purchased the non carbonated bottles from Sams and most taste pretty good, nice change up from drinking water all the time.

Just got the cans from the last Amazon sale, have not tried them yet but every single one was dented, almost like they were seconds and repackaged. I have had the same experience from some other Amazon sales on canned products.
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