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ReadyRefresh℠ by Nestl? has 50% off your first order. Bank of America has $15 off $25 Cash Back for ReadyRefresh.?

100% Mountain Spring Water
Case of 24
Was $3.99, now $2.00

24 x 13=320

$2.00 x 13=$26, BofA cash back, $15= $11
Plus recycling fees, which you get back on recycling.

https://www.readyrefresh.com​Nestl?

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No delivery in my area.

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A big YMMV as they have less then a 10% coverage of the US

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They deliver within Rhode Island.

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seems like you have to sign up for delivery service PLUS they are going to do a credit check, which is not a good deal.

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barrytuneup said:   seems like you have to sign up for delivery service PLUS they are going to do a credit check, which is not a good deal.
When you add an item to your cart, you need to choose the delivery frequency. There's an option for "One-Time," so if you load up your cart with "One-Time" deliveries, there's no reoccurring service you're signing up for, thus no credit check.  It's a standard order form although you are required to check a box that you agree to be billed for reoccurring service (if you signed up for that).  Since this deal requires you to charge to a BofA CC, just generate a ShopSafe (virtual) card with just enough funds for the initial order.  Then you won't have to worry about potential reoccurring charges.

BTW, you get 50% off your 1st order, so you can choose whatever items you want (not just the Spring Water mentioned in the OP) to reach $25+. The regular price of the water is $3.99 but gets knocked down to $2.00 via the 50% off discount.

 

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Is this price better than Costco for Arrowhead Mountain Spring?

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duke5150 said:   Is this price better than Costco for Arrowhead Mountain Spring?
  
Hell yeah!

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Add YMMV to the title

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cyberpitstop said:   A big YMMV as they have less then a 10% coverage of the US
  They deliver to the Los Angeles Area, that's a pretty big area IMHO.

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No BOFA cashback for me.

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How much is the equivalent volume of tap water?

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Sorry, that is 312 bottles not 320. But I couldnt edit. Mods, could you edit for the right amount?

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herbamatic said:   How much is the equivalent volume of tap water?
41.19375 gallons   

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Does anyone remember what Costco charges and how many are in the pack?

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duke5150 said:   Does anyone remember what Costco charges and how many are in the pack?
  $2.99 for 40 pack

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I purchased the water but didn't get my $15 cash back from Bank of America. The deal showed pending for a few days, now shows as ready. I called but customer service couldn't help me, all they see is the regular cash back in purchases for $.27. Still a good price with the 50% off but has anyone had the $15 cash back post to their account? I'm so frustrated!

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I wouldn't trust BofA. 

I opened an account that was supposedly "Free of Fees for LIFE" then they started charging me. 

 

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Local markets often have Aquafina & Arrowhead for $2. So this deal depends squarely on BofA keeping their word and everyone knows they are crooks.

 

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Ugh. Thanks for the feedback. I have never had a problem before with BOA...I'll be more careful now. 😕

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