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Promoted 07-05-2016 by RevOne at 11:51 AM View Original Post
Amazon has select 12-Packs of 16.9-oz Honest Organic Tea Bottles on sale for prices below after clipped 25% off coupon (clipped automatically through links) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks zero187

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Edited July 5, 2016 at 09:48 AM by jersharocks
Amazon.com has 12-Pack of 16.9oz Honest Tea Brewed Organic Tea (Variety Pack) [amazon.com] for $11.07 after 'clipped' 25% off coupon [amazon.com] and 15% Subscribe & Save. Normal price costs me about $15 each month.

$12.92 with 5% S&S discount

This coupon also works with several other flavors.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...O96N7MLPP8

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#4
1/2 and 1/2 is cheaper, for those that prefer that flaavor, like I do...

tems: $17.99
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$4.50
Subscribe & Save: -$2.70 - 15%

Total before tax: $10.79


bunch of other flavors even cheaper if you dig those flavors...
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#5
Fair amount of sugar in those. But at least its cane sugar, not HFCS.

Mostly I am just posting though to be able to say, "not my cup of tea." Big Grin
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Quote from puddnhead View Post :
Fair amount of sugar in those. But at least its cane sugar, not HFCS.

Mostly I am just posting though to be able to say, "not my cup of tea." Big Grin
there is an unsweetened one as well... but not sure what it tastes like.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...&s=grocery
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#7
No coke, Pepsi
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#8
FYI, for those with BJ's membership, the variety 12 pack is $10.99 in club.
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#9
Is this cheaper than Costco?
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#10
Bought the 12 pack Mango flavored for $9 after 15% S&S. I'd prefer the unsweetened one but they were more expensive.

Quote from puddnhead View Post :
Fair amount of sugar in those. But at least its cane sugar, not HFCS.

Mostly I am just posting though to be able to say, "not my cup of tea." Big Grin
Human bodies don't distinguish sucrose, glucose, and fructose that well. Sugar is sugar. Some "sugars" are better than others because of additional substances in them. For example, honey has anti-oxidant that actually boosts your gut bacteria that helps you lose weight.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/health/n...0#image=14

Given the same price I'd prefer unsweetened tea which I will add either raw honey or monk fruit powder if calorie-conscious. Unfortunately there is only 1 unsweetened flavor and they are a lot more expensive.
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Quote from Pantalaimon View Post :
there is an unsweetened one as well... but not sure what it tastes like.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...&s=grocery
It tastes like tea.
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#12
Costco sells a 12-pack of 6 orange mango and 6 blueberry pomegranate for $9.99, if I remember correctly. I have it my fridge right now.
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#13
honest? if you have to name yourself "honest organic tea" there's probably nothing honest or organic about the tea.
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#14
Looks like all $10.50 flavors are OOS now.
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#15
Is it cheaper than buying regular tea (tea bags), adding boiling water, then cooling?
I really don't understand this product...
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