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So bottled water hasn’t been a thing that my family has purchased much in the past. We used to live in Memphis, home of some of the best drinking water in the entire United States (y’all, it was GLORIOUS!).
But Darah is about to start kindergarten, which means that I need to pack her lunch every day. I thought that perhaps throwing some bottled water into the mix might be a fun thing for her. But honestly, I wasn’t sure how I would feel about the price tag.
Joke’s on me, friends. I seriously had no idea that bottled water could be so afforadable. And I made the choice to go with Nestle Pure Life® for one very important reason. I noticed this:
When I got my waters back home I hopped on the computer to check out The Nestlé® Pure Life® Drink Better. Live Better.™ rewards program. Basically, it takes just a handful of seconds to get registered and to start earning points. I earned 10 points just for signing in using Facebook!
And I got more points for sharing about the program on Facebook.
I also got a $1 off coupon which is a really great coupon value for a product that costs just $3.48 from the start!
Then I headed over to my package of waters to get my unique code.
I uploaded the code, and within about 20 seconds I saw that 24 more points had been added to my account. There are all sorts of rewards on the site, from free packages of water (250 points) to Universal Studios theme park tickets (4000 points). They also have great bonus point opportunities on the site. For example, you can watch fun videos like this one and earn!
I’ve also learned that between 7/21 and 8/15 the program is offering DOUBLE points when you load them during that timeframe. That’s got me thinking that I might purchase another 5 cases or so so that I can earn enough with that double promotion to get a free case coupon! Normally it would take around 10 cases purchased to earn enough. So between the case I just bought, the 5 more cases I’m going buy, and the free case I’ll earn with my credits, I’ll have 196 bottles of water. Assuming 20 school days for every month, that pretty much gives me enough bottled water for her lunch every day for the school year. Sweet!!!!!
So what rewards would you go for? Would you cash out as soon as you hit a free case of water, or would you go for the Amazon gift cards, or even have your eyes on the big reward: University Studios tickets?