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SodaStream Jet Home Soda or Sparkling Water Maker Starter Kit: Cherry Red $54.99 at groupon.com
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SodaStream Jet Home Soda or Sparkling Water Maker Starter Kit: Cherry Red
$54.99
https://www.groupon.com/deals/gg-sodastream-jet-home-soda-maker-starter-kit

  • SodaStream Jet Home Soda or Sparkling Water Maker Starter Kit
  • Make Your Own Soda or Sparkling Water
  • Makes tasty soda or sparkling water using regular tap water
  • Makes up to 12 liters (33 cans)
  • Materials
  • Plastic
  • Care Instructions
  • Hand-wash
  • Specifics


Free 60-liter carbonator with mail-in rebate on the box (SodaStream honors mail-in rebates even if certificate is beyond expiration date)
Works in less than 30 seconds
No electricity or batteries needed
Includes one 1L BPA-free plastic bottle
Condition: new

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Used SAVE40 to get 40% off

Thanks.

genderninja said:   Used SAVE40 to get 40% off

Thanks.

  Really? HOW?
=14pxSorry, the code can't apply to this purchase. Check the code's rules.

Where do you see that code?
Didnt work for me

That code is only for new groupon accounts.
Oh, and save your self a lot of money on the CO2 by refilling them with dry ice.
It is safe as long as you have an IQ above room temp.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YouxAodQXv8



 

Let's assume we cannot get dry ice easily. A 2-pack of 60l CO2 canisters: $65. Let's round it down to$60, so $0.50 per 1l or $1 per 2l soda. Add a flavor - $5-6 (add on) per 7l - around $0.75/l or about $1.5/2l. Total: $2.5 per 2l bottle, excluding the cost of the machine. A 2l bottle on sale of your favorite flavor and brand at the local supermarket: $1. A six pack of 1/2l bottles of Pepsi/7up/Coke (limited set of flavors) on sale: $2.50 . You might want SodaStream for convenience (no need to carry bottles from the store, sore and chill them), variety (special flavors) or some other reason, but not to save money.

zklopman said:   You might want SodaStream for convenience (no need to carry bottles from the store, store and chill them), variety (special flavors) or some other reason, but not to save money.
 

  
Very true and is worth repeating.

zklopman said:   Let's assume we cannot get dry ice easily. A 2-pack of 60l CO2 canisters: $65. Let's round it down to$60, so $0.50 per 1l or $1 per 2l soda. Add a flavor - $5-6 (add on) per 7l - around $0.75/l or about $1.5/2l. Total: $2.5 per 2l bottle, excluding the cost of the machine. A 2l bottle on sale of your favorite flavor and brand at the local supermarket: $1. A six pack of 1/2l bottles of Pepsi/7up/Coke (limited set of flavors) on sale: $2.50 . You might want SodaStream for convenience (no need to carry bottles from the store, sore and chill them), variety (special flavors) or some other reason, but not to save money.
  
Another way to do it is to simply buy a 5-20lb CO2 bottle, hose, connector, and carbonator caps at northernbrewer.com and have your bottle filled at the local homebrew supply or airgas company.  You can use left over 2 or 1/2 liter coke bottles. You can make your own syrups from non-sweetened kool-aid packages and sugar for pennies per serving, or there's all sorts of recipes online.

slappycakes said:   
zklopman said:   You might want SodaStream for convenience (no need to carry bottles from the store, store and chill them), variety (special flavors) or some other reason, but not to save money.
  
Very true and is worth repeating.

  
The main appeal to me is to not have to lug water around and to not have to go thru as many containers.



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