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Thankyou 1.5L Still Water $0.50-$0.60 (Usually $2) at Woolworths

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Thankyou 1.5L still water 70% off now $0.60 at Woolworths (usually $2)

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  • +5 votes

    Thankyou OP!

  • +9 votes

    How does this rate versus tap water?

    • +16 votes

      This has more bacteria and other goodness.

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        How is this versus moving water?

        • +3 votes

          Better than sewage, worse than glacial water.

          • +1 vote

            @salmon123: glacial water may contain hibernating virus from million years ago.

    • +8 votes

      Cures the rona

    • +13 votes

      Includes plastic leached from the bottle which may cause cancer.

    • +3 votes
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        That's why they banned plastic bags, but not plastic bottles, because there's no money to be made in plastic bags.

  • +52 votes

    I prefer "Thank You For Not Destroying The Environment - Tap Water" - now $0.00

    • +7 votes

      nahhhhh, tap water is $0.002688 per liter if you are with City West Water, plus Sewage Disposal which is 0.8459 per day…. nothing's really for free mate…

      • +30 votes

        What kind of ozbargaineer pays for their water?
        I'm down at the park every morning filling my jerry cans up from the fountain.

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          what kind of ozbargainer goes outside for their water? I drink the water my bladder generates every few hours

    • -6 votes

      I agree HD9990 must have not paid a bill in their life

      Hey kid go back and do your math

  • +4 votes

    You’re welcome

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    Showing as 50c for me. So 40c after cashback.

    • +1 vote

      50c in states without bottle/can refund

  • +25 votes

    No plastic bottles, Thankyou

  • +9 votes

    Who the hell buys these?

    • +1 vote

      am surprised these still get upvotes

    • +2 votes

      Came here to post this. They’re a religious front.

      • +4 votes

        so….so this is holy water? bargain!

        • +1 vote

          If you say so, Franco!

    • +1 vote

      There's literally a update link up the top of that article: "ThankYou Water drops support for evangelical group [Update]"

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      Does that mean if people destroy the planet, god will save them?

  • +1 vote

    Ran a few experiments on our tap water. As a previous enemy of bottled water I did like the results. Significant sedimentation after evaporating between 5 to 10 litres. Seemed metals mostly. I suspect it is from the local street pipes as we are in an older area.

    • +4 votes

      Most bottled waters are from tap sources. Also, don't run experiments on the air, otherwise you will be looking for bottled air too.

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        The difference in results is why I suspected the local pipes.

        If I did it on the air it would encourage me to move somewhere less polluted.

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          If you are getting metal sediment, you should report it, as if you are seeing that much sediment in just 5 litres, your pipes will probably fall apart in no time which would be a huge issue.

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    Any idea if this is just a promotion or its on clearance?

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    That's some good quality HT0

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    What is the expiry date on these ones?

  • -1 vote

    i only bought this for the bottle being black/blue combo and supposed charity.

    bottle was bit too thin/flimsy and crackle whenever you touch it, or driving in the car.

    the water tastes so flat and alkaline (?!)
    1st time struggled to finish,
    2nd time i just mixed with Tap water lol

    never again