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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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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.
Pretty sure *purified* water is water that passed through various filters. Not sure what the problem is. If you bought your own filtration system, it would be the same thing (though probably way less engineered filtration process).
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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.
In Arizona they convinced the government to let them buy water that Arizona pays to have diverted here through a canal system. Oh, did I mention they did that during a drought? And Nestle pays ridiculously low prices for water (when they pay at all as you pointed out), so essentially tax payers were paying to import water to Nestle so they could turn around and sell it back to them at higher price in plastic bottles. Oh and this when they've had situation where certain Phoenix Metro area water company was not properly filtering or maintaining their lines (leading to water shortages and poor quality water).
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Pretty sure *purified* water is water that passed through various filters. Not sure what the problem is. If you bought your own filtration system, it would be the same thing (though probably way less engineered filtration process).
Yeah, I'm completely baffled at people acting like filtered water is bad? But then in a world where idiots are raging about vaccines while people, mostly children, are getting sick (and dying in some cases) from diseases that it would help prevent, nothing should surprise me any more. Its a shame that we can't trust our governments to keep our tap water properly healthy and that people would rather pay a lot extra for a private company to sell it to them in plastic bottles (that are ending up back in our water supply, fouling up the natural water systems and slowly poisoning us through us eating fish and sea plants), when if we put that money towards our public water infrastructure we'd be able to have it just as clean.
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It's great that we all want to oppose Nestle but I hope people will actually stick with it. Nestle has been boycotted on a global scale dozens of times over several decades. They're big enough that boycotting their brands means basically boycotting entire industries. Everyone of these has died after a few years and they keep growing. The only way to truly boycott a behemoth is to change and promote cultural habits that are bad for their business, like rejecting not only all bottled water but prepared foods entirely
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So where can I use this coupon after receiving in mail?
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Pretty sure *purified* water is water that passed through various filters. Not sure what the problem is. If you bought your own filtration system, it would be the same thing (though probably way less engineered filtration process).

Less the picture of a pristine undisturbed stream of water and the pollution of excess plastic bottles. I can't believe that they're environmentally friendly.
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I'll take it. It doesn't hurt that I'm essentially getting paid 10cents/bottle (the recycling tax refund).
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Just my two cents: I got a few different flavors of the Arrowhead sparkling water from a similar free coupon a few months back. I have yet been able to find anyone that likes it and I have had a number of family members and friends try them. The closest we have gotten is mixing the lemon or lime versions with non-carbonated fruit juice and even then it has a bit of an aftertaste. We still have a LOT waiting for a use and will likely end up tossing them if they don't get used in the near future. Others may enjoy these, but we didn't find them worthwhile - even for free.
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