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SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water Maker + 90-Day Carbonation Bundle EXPIRED

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SodaStream has the SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water Maker + 90-Day Carbonation Bundle (various colors) on sale for $69.99 w/ promo code HOLIDAY40. Shipping is free.

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    • Make your own fresh sparkling water in seconds with our latest value bundle. You can get a sparkling water maker Starter Kit with two bonus CO₂ exchange cylinders in a convenient return box to keep you sparkling 3x longer.
    • Enjoy your favorite sparkling beverages without running out of fizz for your first 90 days! Once you've used up your bubbles, simply put your empty CO₂ cylinders in the provided pre-paid return box, and send back via USPS or leave in your mailbox to be picked up.
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Apply 40% off coupon Holiday40 to bring price to $69.99

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The terra was designed solely with the intention to block owners from using external CO2 adapters. They implemented a proprietary valve that serves this purpose that's inferior to the standard valve used for decades worldwide. A large external tank with an adapter line saves you $$$ and trips to return bottles.
Just want to provide my frugal tips for the sodastream. I drink almost exclusively carbonated water and like it extra bubbly. As such, even refilled co2 canisters would be very expensive. Furthermore, the flavorings are ridiculously priced for what they are (ultra concentrated flavor oil plus a ton of water).

So, tip 1. You can buy adapters to fill the sodastream canisters from a larger tank. Buying even refilled canisters you're still paying a roughly 93% markup. I spent $150 on a 20-lb CO2 tank, the adapter and first fill (subsequent fills are about $20 at my local shop) and a full tank will fill about 20 sodastream canisters. I've filled at least 30 canisters this way which would have cost $450 to buy refilled sodastream canisters. If your space permits, you could actually run a hose directly from a larger tank to the soda stream which you can buy a different adapter for.

Tip 2. As I mentioned, the flavorings are way overpriced. You can buy the industry standard flavoring oil (LorAnn) for about $1/dram and each dram will flavor about 30L in my experience (LorAnn sells dropper lids and 3 drops/L is a good starting point). I've found doing it this way is not only much easier, but you can measure more easily and you get over 100 flavor options and essentially limitless combinations (black cherry rootbeer is the bomb).
CESARIAS M181.5 Thread Replacement Valve CO2 Tank Brass Pin Valve for Soda Stream https://a.co/d/3BHqTFO

I bought this to change the valve that lets you use an external adapter to refill with your own tank. Slightly pricey but it pays off itself
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11-25-2022 at 09:21 AM.
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This coupon only works on the carbonators not accessories or flavors.

Coupon code "Affiliate20" works for accessories and flavors but you'll need to spend $50 for free shipping.
Coupons don't stack so place separate orders if you want to take advantage of both coupons.

There's also 2.5% cb of you look around
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11-25-2022 at 02:17 PM.
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A similar deal with additional bottles and sample flavors
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08M7JQ31Z/
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11-25-2022 at 02:27 PM.
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What does 90-day mean? free replacement canister via mail?
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11-25-2022 at 02:48 PM.
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What does 90-day mean? free replacement canister via mail?
I think it just means they say one canister equals a month. So there's 3 canisters included = 3 months or 90 days. That's how I understood it anyway
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I really liked the idea of Soda Stream so my first one is the Terra and it's made VERY cheaply. I've broken one when reloading a canister and I'm no stranger to gadgets as well as a pretty careful person. My 2nd one is questionable whenever I reload a canister it's like I'm going to break it. Maybe other models are made better, but I'd be surprised if this last 10 canisters replacement.
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What does 90-day mean? free replacement canister via mail?
It means the CO2 canisters should last on avg 90 days of avg usage. If you make carbonated water consistently they will last about 90 days. But I used to measure out bottles. But after awhile I lost track and just use it until it runs out and then get another one. Replacement canisters are about $20 I think at target. I'm not sure exactly as it's been many years since I've done a replacement as I just buy plain carbonated water in a can. also there are two canister sizes and I don't remember which one I had in terms of liters but I do know I had the large tall canister. I used to over carbonate my drinks by releasing pressure and then carbonating it again a couple more pumps. After awhile I got tired of always chilling the plain water to near freezing before carbonating and then it only lasted so long if I didn't drink it all right away. So I switched to cans and never looked back. But this is tempting for 3 canisters and a new machine and new bottles as I have no clue where mine are anymore.
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The terra was designed solely with the intention to block owners from using external CO2 adapters. They implemented a proprietary valve that serves this purpose that's inferior to the standard valve used for decades worldwide. A large external tank with an adapter line saves you $$$ and trips to return bottles.
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The terra was designed solely with the intention to block owners from using external CO2 adapters. They implemented a proprietary valve that serves this purpose that's inferior to the standard valve used for decades worldwide. A large external tank with an adapter line saves you $$$ and trips to return bottles.
CESARIAS M181.5 Thread Replacement Valve CO2 Tank Brass Pin Valve for Soda Stream https://a.co/d/3BHqTFO

I bought this to change the valve that lets you use an external adapter to refill with your own tank. Slightly pricey but it pays off itself
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It means the CO2 canisters should last on avg 90 days of avg usage. If you make carbonated water consistently they will last about 90 days. But I used to measure out bottles. But after awhile I lost track and just use it until it runs out and then get another one. Replacement canisters are about $20 I think at target. I'm not sure exactly as it's been many years since I've done a replacement as I just buy plain carbonated water in a can. also there are two canister sizes and I don't remember which one I had in terms of liters but I do know I had the large tall canister. I used to over carbonate my drinks by releasing pressure and then carbonating it again a couple more pumps. After awhile I got tired of always chilling the plain water to near freezing before carbonating and then it only lasted so long if I didn't drink it all right away. So I switched to cans and never looked back. But this is tempting for 3 canisters and a new machine and new bottles as I have no clue where mine are anymore.
Replacements are $15+tax. At Target use a red card to save 5%. Go to bed bath and beyond with one of their constant 20% coupons and save a little more. For me it's been a decent savings over Bubly cans and more flavor options is also nice.

I apparently don't use enough or am not cheap enough to care I can't hack it with a bigger non OEM canister but some people just can't handle that fact about the new system.
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Replacements are $15+tax. At Target use a red card to save 5%. Go to bed bath and beyond with one of their constant 20% coupons and save a little more. For me it's been a decent savings over Bubly cans and more flavor options is also nice.

I apparently don't use enough or am not cheap enough to care I can't hack it with a bigger non OEM canister but some people just can't handle that fact about the new system.
Yeah bubly is more expensive than what I get. I pay on avg $0.21 a can for my Talking Rain carbonated water before taxes and fees. I will buy 3-4 cases each when they drop to $5 a case of 24. Talking Rain also has other flavor options like peach which is tasty and I buy those as well but I usually get the plain and just drop in a true lime or true lemon citrus packet. As for sodas I just buy two liters when they are a dollar a piece on sale and chill it down to near freezing, pour myself a 6 - 8oz glass, then transfer the rest into 16oz or 6oz glass swing top bottles. I've found that plastic bottles have more carbonation in them than cans. Cans will go flat when pouring over ice, whereas I can transfer a 2ltr to a glass swing top bottle leave it for a month or two and then pour over ice and it's still very carbonated.
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This is similar price to 3 bottles of co2 for me so I'm in!
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This is similar price to 3 bottles of co2 for me so I'm in!
If you're intending to use these cylinders on a screw-in cylinder Sodastream, it appears that it won't work. These are the "quick connect" cylinders.
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I really liked the idea of Soda Stream so my first one is the Terra and it's made VERY cheaply. I've broken one when reloading a canister and I'm no stranger to gadgets as well as a pretty careful person. My 2nd one is questionable whenever I reload a canister it's like I'm going to break it. Maybe other models are made better, but I'd be surprised if this last 10 canisters replacement.
My OG fizzi is already not working after about 3 months. Unfortunately I opened it after the warrant period expired so I'm stuck. Looks like the warranty period if u buy on sodastream site is 3 yrs tho which is 👍
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