180 Bottles of Water for $13.94!
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180 Bottles of Water for $13.94!

Posted on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 at 4:44 am
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Free Bottled Water!

Free Bottled Water!

If you like to stock up on bottled water then you will love this deal at Office Depot. This is an in store deal only.

Buy 6 Arrowhead or Zephyrhill cases of water for 3.99 each and get a 3 cases free. Then use the $10 off $20 coupon. You’ll pay only $13.94 for 9 cases or 180 bottles of water!

This is a great deal for donating to youth groups, community events and schools. Or if you prefer drinking bottled water yourself, add it to your stock pile. At $1 or more per bottle when buying it out, think how much you will save!

Thanks to A Full Cup for posting this deal!

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