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Promoted 05-25-2016 by Randy71 at 01:43 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 6-Pack of 1-Liter Glaceau Smart Water on sale for $5.10 after 'clipped' 25% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks championspender

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Edited May 24, 2016 at 10:24 PM by annie930ny
clip 25% off coupon:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...3CJJQA9F14

check out with subscribe & save:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KIG3WPQ

Subscription summary
Items: $7.28
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$1.82
Subscribe & Save: -$0.36
Total before tax: $5.10
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.00
Order total: $5.40

the $5.40 total includes a $0.30 charge for 6x $0.05 per bottle recycling deposit.

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i hate to feed the trolls, but if the tap water purified by your local water district commission tastes great to you, then you shouldn't buy this, you can certainly save money.

on the subject of filters such as brita or pur: if you do your due diligence (research) you'll find that they are extremely poor at what they set out to do.

as far as the "who buys water" question, apparently a lot of people.
who buys water nowaway ... get yourself a filter for great saves and lower environmental impact

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who buys water nowaway ... get yourself a filter for great saves and lower environmental impact
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paying for water...
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i think its gr8 deal, love these bottles, and the water taste is 9/10. normally I buy these 2 for 4 at local store deal. this will get deliver to my door for cheaper. thnx OP
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i hate to feed the trolls, but if the tap water purified by your local water district commission tastes great to you, then you shouldn't buy this, you can certainly save money.

on the subject of filters such as brita or pur: if you do your due diligence (research) you'll find that they are extremely poor at what they set out to do.

as far as the "who buys water" question, apparently a lot of people.
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Repped, thanks.
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worse water on the market. research.
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I buy water because I have 75 year old galvanized steel pipe in my house. Rust stains appear around drains. The water is also hard, calcium deposits clog up fixtures.

The water is also very alkaline PH 7.9 because of the buffers used to combat the aging water supply mains.

During the summer months the city water supply is bacteria ridden and they jack it up with so much chorine it smells like a swimming pool.

So what makes this water SMART?
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Nice findings. But price is something bit high from local price.
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$4.70 for me, thanks!
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Quote from thoroughgraphics View Post :
worse water on the market. research.
Even worse grammar. Learn.
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I'll bite because I'm lazy and it's a good S&S filler item
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So what makes this water SMART?
My only conclusion is it's smart for them able to jack the price up so high and idiots still paying. Big Grin

I'll stick with my stupid filtered water. The "SMART" water is just too smart for me.

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Now for the serious side..... I think they go one extra step on that SMART water by adding a tiny bit of "stuff". So technically your SMART water is not pure water. Big Grin
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