Online Coupon Offer Details:
To qualify complete online form with your name, email address, phone number and submit. Information submitted will be available to Heat & Glo dealers. This coupon can be redeemed at any authorized Heat & Glo dealer in the US and Canada before the expiration date. This coupon is valid once and cannot be combined with other coupons or promotional offers. For purchase only; not valid on service. Authorized dealers are required to honor manufacturer’s coupon. Coupon must be presented to dealer at time of original quote. Coupon may not apply if presented after original quote has been generated.
Offer not applicable on:
• Outdoor products and SimpliFire Electric Fireplaces
• DV3237/DV4236 Fireplaces, Oxford Gas Stove, Gas Log Sets or Accessories
• Heat & Glo Basic Fireplaces (Energy Master and Royal Hearth Wood Fireplaces, SlimLine 5/7/9 and Fusion Gas Fireplaces, Metro Gas Fireplace, Reveal Gas Fireplace)
Additional Rules Governing Use of this Coupon: This coupon is valid for consumer sales only, no builder or contractor sales. (i) not redeemable for cash or cash equivalents (including Gift Cards and online Gift Certificates); (ii) not valid on past purchases; (iii) not eligible for purchases of previously owned or refurnished products; (iv) not valid on purchases made from third parties; (v) not valid if presented after time of original quote. Online coupon only valid if printed by consumer, not valid if printed in dealership. This offer is subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Void where prohibited by law. Heat & Glo is a registered brand of Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. ©2017
Campaign: Online Coupon - $100
Coupon expires 3/20/2018
Honestly, I could not find any differences between these two bottled waters during the blind taste test. Here is the thing, the ingredients in both are pretty much the same; natural mineral water and carbonation . However, the TJ's brand has 35mg of sodium per 8 ounce (240 ML) serving which I was certain I would be able to detect. I could not taste the sodium. The Pellegrino has 10 mg of sodium per 8 ounce (240 ML) serving. The sodium content is negligible in terms of swaying my choice of one over the other, even if hypertensive concerns apply. What does sway me is the price. With the flavor and texture being virtually identical, the cost alone is well worth switching to the Trader Joe's brand. Which, since this little test, I have done!
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