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24-Pack 11.15oz. San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverage (Blood Orange) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 24-Pack San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverages for a nice low price.



Sanpellegrino Blood Orange Sparkling Fruit Beverage, 11.15 Fl. Oz Cans (24 Pack) - $12.97 or $12.32 S&S - https://www.amazon.com/Sanpellegr...B007VX4L9K

Sanpellegrino Clementine Sparkling Fruit Beverage, 11.15 Fl. Oz Cans (24 Pack) - $12.99 or $12.34 S&S - https://www.amazon.com/Sanpellegr...B00MR336AE

Sanpellegrino Prickly Pear and Orange Sparkling Fruit Beverage, 11.15 Fl. Oz Cans (24 Pack) $11.43 or $10.86 S&S - https://www.amazon.com/Sanpellegr...B01CO54FMW

San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Beverages, Aranciata/Orange, 24Count - $10.86 (No S&S option) - https://www.amazon.com/San-Pelleg...B01N0TFR35 OOS


Some may have an additional 10% S&S coupon. I did but I am not sure if was targeted.

S&S prices above are at 5% discount but all are eligible for 15% under usual rules

Time for more sugar or I mix with seltzer water to taste.
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In my experience, they can jack it up on you! (Someone correct me though if I'm wrong.)
Was just reviewing my S&S, and I see a couple of items where the price had gone up a few dollars. One thing I had in my subscriptions DOUBLED in price, before I cancelled it. Not sure if it's always been like that or a recent thing. Wonder how many times I've been robbed in the past like that and maybe just didn't catch it!
It's been happening and you're just noticing it. S&S is good that first time you subscribe to the item. Invariably the price will be higher than the initial order. Amazon hopes/assumes the average person doesn't notice and cashed in big time. Always cancel the order after it ships.
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You shouldn't use the word "healthy" to describe something that is not healthy at all compared to another product that is also not healthy. The better way to describe it is "Less bad" or even "less unhealthy"?
I prefer "doubleplus ungood" and just "plus ungood" for consistency and simplicity of language.

IMHO, this is a soft drink and nothing more. I also happen to like the tang of the blood orange version and it's half the price of local grocery, so I'm in for one.
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too much sugar. I want a deal on the Perrier L'Orange.
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I love this stuff
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I love this stuff
I love this stuff too, hard to believe it has that much sugar. By the taste of it (so tart) you would expect it has low sugar. I like to let it sit in a large cup with lots of ice to water it down a little, so maybe it's a little less "unhealthy" that way. I agree this is a great price, $5.99 for a 6-pack at my grocery store and it hardly ever goes on sale. In for 1!
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Sugar is the second ingredient, and then regular orange concentrate, blood orange is later.

These taste okay, but are basically slightly healthier than regular cola, and arent premium at all. I wouldn't turn it down if someone handed me a can, but never buying them again due to the ingredients.
That's still less than any other soda though. So you must not drink soda at all.
Regular Coke 12oz can has 33 gr of sugar
Caffeine-Free Coke can has 39 gr
Mountain Dew 12oz can has 46 gr

What makes the San Pellegrino better than your regular soda is that unlike the others where everything's fake, Sparkling blood orange has 17% orange juice and 3% blood orange juice from concentrate.
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too much sugar. I want a deal on the Perrier L'Orange.
The Perrier is flavored water, NOT soda
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That's still less than any other soda though. So you must not drink soda at all.
Regular Coke 12oz can has 33 gr of sugar
Caffeine-Free Coke can has 39 gr
Mountain Dew 12oz can has 46 gr

What makes the San Pellegrino better than your regular soda is that unlike the others where everything's fake, Sparkling blood orange has 17% orange juice and 3% blood orange juice from concentrate.
Not to mention San Pellegrino is actually sugar, as opposed to high fructose corn syrup. It's not the healthiest drink on the planet but its ingredients are superior to most sweetened sodas.
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That's still less than any other soda though. So you must not drink soda at all.
Regular Coke 12oz can has 33 gr of sugar
Caffeine-Free Coke can has 39 gr
Mountain Dew 12oz can has 46 gr

What makes the San Pellegrino better than your regular soda is that unlike the others where everything's fake, Sparkling blood orange has 17% orange juice and 3% blood orange juice from concentrate.
12 oz of orange juice has 28g of sugar.
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Thanks! My kids love these (we don't usually have soda). In for a lemon, pear and mint. These are currently $5.99 for 1 pack ON SALE in my area!
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Not a deal thanks to the stupid seattle sugar tax. I still see fat people every day
You SHOULD see fat people every day because they are part of our society. Biodiversity means variety in colors, shapes, and sizes, among people, among plants, and among animals. There is no WRONG way to have a body. Get over your puritan ideals about how people's bodies should CONFORM to your preferences and BE KIND in this world.
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You SHOULD see fat people every day because they are part of our society. Biodiversity means variety in colors, shapes, and sizes, among people, among plants, and among animals. There is no WRONG way to have a body. Get over your puritan ideals about how people's bodies should CONFORM to your preferences and BE KIND in this world.
You're a sad, fat, person. How about you take responsibility for yourself. In fact, you shouldn't even be looking at this beverage. I didn't know being healthy was made up just to ostracize fatties...

I ordered 4 packs of different flavors. This stuff better be good. I never had it before.
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Prickly Pear is amazing
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You're a sad, fat, person. How about you take responsibility for yourself. In fact, you shouldn't even be looking at this beverage. I didn't know being healthy was made up just to ostracize fatties...

I ordered 4 packs of different flavors. This stuff better be good. I never had it before.
Take responsibility for your entitlement- who made you arbiter of who buys what products? Science has proven that health has very little to do with diet and exercise, diets are not effective on long term body size (failure rate of 92% with negative impact on metabolism) and you cannot determine a person's health by their body size. Zip code is a far better predictor of health. In fact, for those over 50, overweight people have the highest longevity while underweight people have the highest mortality. Again, stop with the puritanism and the denegration of others' lifestyles. Educate yourself on actual science, such as Fat Politics by Jamie Oliver or Fat is a Feminist Issue by Susie Orbach- bodies do not need to conform to social (patriarchal) ideology. Bodies are for carrying SOULS, and yours appears to need self-reflection.
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