FREE Smartwater 600ml @ WHSMITH via O2 priority app
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FREE Smartwater 600ml @ WHSMITH via O2 priority app

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LocalFound 23rd Apr
Stay hydrated. Pick up a free Glacéau Smartwater Still 600ml from participating WHSmith High Street and Travel stores including Airport, Railway and Hospital stores. Excludes Outlet stores, Motorway Service Stations, Garden Centres, Work Places, Online, ‘Books by WHSmith’ at Selfridges, Harrods, Arnotts and Fenwick’s and WHSmith ‘Local’.

The promotion is limited to one redemption per customer and is subject to strict availability, so grab yours before they all go. When they’re gone, they’re gone. Customers, please note that there is a limited time window in which to both reveal and redeem your code. Please bear this in mind if you are in a queue or over five minutes away from the till point to avoid disappointment.
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Free water - by law - from anywhere that sells alcohol. And free water from anywhere with a tap if you ask nicely. Bring your own bottle and don't add yet more plastic crap to the environment.
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Thanks.
I just wonder how I survived without needing to be constantly "hydrated" and sucking at a bottle. I used to play quite a lot of sport, I never collapsed due to the lack of water (with or without 'essential' minerals etc)
Before it was claimed that you needed to drink at least three litres a day.
Amazing!
Real water is about £0.001 per litre
Edited by: "jasee" 23rd Apr
Free water - by law - from anywhere that sells alcohol. And free water from anywhere with a tap if you ask nicely. Bring your own bottle and don't add yet more plastic crap to the environment.
More unnecessary plastic which will end up in the oceans and kill the wildlife.

Nice to see O2 being so environmentally uncaring!
Coca Cola marketing at its finest. “Smart” water. Nice.

But yeh, just carry a water bottle if you feel you need to drink more water.

Free is free though - this could be your first bottle.
It would be great if venues allowed for empty reusable plastic flasks/sports shakers to be taken in. I find I have to take a water bottle and dispose of it before going in to music gigs etc. Would probably be more wasteful and costly disposing of a shaker each time. Useful to have a drink at hand whilst travelling to a venue etc.

Otherwise I'm quite happy to carry around a shaker filled with water or squash whilst out and about.
Smart water! Great. It’s Alexa ready?
My brother had one of these yesterday and it triggered his ADHD. Good as a freebie though, I was just thinking earlier about how they hadn’t done one recently!
I though Smart water was for catching burglars :- smartwater.com/sec…ty/
Edited by: "melted" 23rd Apr
Lovely freebie. Thanks Op and O2
cb-uk3 h, 2 m ago

More unnecessary plastic which will end up in the oceans and kill the …More unnecessary plastic which will end up in the oceans and kill the wildlife.Nice to see O2 being so environmentally uncaring!

That's great, I managed to blag 3 bottles, I'll drink them while watching Blue Planet
melted1 h, 20 m ago

I though Smart water was for catching burglars :- …I though Smart water was for catching burglars :- https://www.smartwater.com/security/



It is, try seeing what colour your pee is later under a UV light brah
None left in the Eastleigh store now
The only bottled water I've tasted that's actually worse than Tap water; have not voted cold tho as no fault of OP
If companies didn't make such a fortune from bottled water, we should have outlawed it years ago alongside plastic bags; simple unnecessary waste!
Good if you need it in an airport as some do not provide free water
Honestly, who buys this sh/te?
Anyone still remember cokes effort to fool UK consumers back in 2004 with the similar Dasani (tap water), which became one of the all time biggest marketing disasters when somebody pointed out that Del-Boy had tried a similar scam using Peckham tap water
>> theguardian.com/med…dpr
Edited by: "restyler" 23rd Apr
restyler4 h, 29 m ago

Honestly, who buys this sh/te?Anyone still remember cokes effort to fool …Honestly, who buys this sh/te?Anyone still remember cokes effort to fool UK consumers back in 2004 with the similar Dasani (tap water), which became one of the all time biggest marketing disasters when somebody pointed out that Del-Boy had tried a similar scam using Peckham tap water >> https://www.theguardian.com/media/2004/may/06/marketingandpr



Especially when they managed to make it less 'pure' than the tap water it was based on!
restyler13 h, 30 m ago

Honestly, who buys this sh/te?Anyone still remember cokes effort to fool …Honestly, who buys this sh/te?Anyone still remember cokes effort to fool UK consumers back in 2004 with the similar Dasani (tap water), which became one of the all time biggest marketing disasters when somebody pointed out that Del-Boy had tried a similar scam using Peckham tap water >> https://www.theguardian.com/media/2004/may/06/marketingandpr



Who cares whether it's filtered tap water, or rain water filtered through rocks and soil? It's all just water. Didn't understand the outrage about Dasani. If you want to pay through the nose for a plastic bottle of water why should you care what it started out as? American bottled water has always been like that, they don't bother distinguishing between 'filtered' and 'spring'. For once I think they're right.

Blind tests show that most people actually prefer the taste of tap water over bottled water anyway. Much as you might 'hate the taste' of London tap water, put it in a bottle marked Evian and suddenly it'll taste great. It's only because you know it's tap water that it seems to taste nasty.
Dodge623 h, 51 m ago

.... Didn't understand the outrage about Dasani. If you want to pay ….... Didn't understand the outrage about Dasani. If you want to pay through the nose for a plastic bottle of water why should you care what it started out as?


An interesting point, but I guess its something to do with wanting to 'protect' vulnerable adults who think actually paying for something called "Smart Water" is actually going to make them less Stupid

...he says as he takes another swig of his "diet coke" that has absolutely no effect on his weight
Some comments are quite amusing! I get a water bottle, use it for a week at work (refill as many times as I can as it encourages me to drink more water) and then recycle in a pink recycling bag hope that is okay for everyone?!
CJ199129 m ago

....and then recycle in a pink recycling bag ...


any reason for the Pinkness?
restyler23 m ago

any reason for the Pinkness?


Lol no, just Milton Keynes must be a pink bag
Free is free and i got enough freeness.
Is this still showing on anyone's app?
The freebies aren't as good as they used to be
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