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Nestle Brands Sparkling Water Coupon: 8-Pack 12oz. Cans or Half-Liter Bottles

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Update: Offer is still available through September 30, 2019. Do note that if you're submitted a request, you will not be eligible to for another coupon.

Various Nestle Water Brands is offering an 8-Pack of Nestle Brands Sparkling Water Coupon for Free when you fill out the from from your respective water available in your state. Thanks SlickDealio

Note, you will receive a physical coupon by mail (good for one 8-Pack 12oz. Cans or Half-Liter bottles of Nestle Brands Sparkling Water)
  • Arrowhead
    • Available States
      • California, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Alaska & Hawaii.
  • Zephyrhills
    • Available States
      • Florida & Georgia
  • Ice Mountain
    • Available States
      • Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota & Kentucky.
  • Ozarka
    • Available States
      • Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, Mississippi, Missouri, Kansas & Tennessee.
  • Deer Park
    • Available States
      • Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, New Jersey, Ohio & New York.
  • Poland Spring
    • Available States
      • Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware & Pennsylvania.
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Free 8-Pack Nestle Brands Sparkling Water Coupon:Choose the water brand available in your state.

Note, offer ends on 9/30/19 or when all coupon supplies are depleted, whichever occurs first. Coupon expires 12/31/19. LIMIT: One (1) coupon per household/address. Coupon good only on product sizes and varieties indicated.
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Nestle uses public lands' water to make money, and does it free of charge. Please don't support them. If you did the same thing, you'd be arrested and fined into poverty. Buy your own water filtration system. Buy a soda maker. Buy other brands that at least pay for the land rights.
your definition of free is wildly different than mine, party on though
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I'm in agreement with Ernin. Tons of articles out there about how Nestle "stole" billions of gallons of water from California during the 2017 drought. Since I live in SoCal, it hits even harder when they sell the water to at a higher cost than other brands.
Good news (for those of you who still want this deal) is that since 2018, the permit for Nestle to obtain water from California is much different now. So most likely, the water isn't from drought burdened California anymore. =]
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Thank you !
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It says not available in my area when I put in state NY
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Nestle uses public lands' water to make money, and does it free of charge. Please don't support them. If you did the same thing, you'd be arrested and fined into poverty. Buy your own water filtration system. Buy a soda maker. Buy other brands that at least pay for the land rights.
So we should all get free water from them and then not buy any more...
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I just bought a case of this. To me it has a bit of an after taste. Will use the free coupon, but it's back to bubbly for me.
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I used to work for Nestle Waters, water came in from a valve in the wall, through about 9 long filters, and then it went through its osmosis process. I'm guessing the water from the valve was essentially tap water.... Since then I've found it hard to buy bottled water of any kind.
eveythings relative.

your typical tap water goes through zero long filters and zero osmosis process before it comes out of your faucet. "sometimes" they even add tasty chemicals to kill microbes. and its not free either.

ill take the free bottled water.
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Thanks + repps
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F Nestle. I won't drink their water even if they pay me
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whats the difference between sparkling water and flavored water?
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whats the difference between sparkling water and flavored water?
Usually sparkling water is carbonated 🤷🏼 ♀️
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I absolutely love the flavor of the Pomegranate Lemonade sparkling water from Poland Springs.

I drink tons of carbonated water, and I try all brands and cycle through flavors. So I'm qualifying my love of this specific flavor and recommending it. Blueberry Lemonade from Polar is great too, but I'd still choose this one in the can over it. I don't know why, but I also prefer to drink from a can.
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It says not available in my area when I put in state NY
Are you sure you clicked the right brand? You have to click the Poland Spring link when you are in NY? For a friend in NYC it worked fine with Poland Spring.

edit: could be that Deer Park is more widely available in your area in NY, don't know exactly where you are located. For my friend it was Poland Spring though.
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