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May 25, 2007

Free Coke Zero


But wait — there's more!

Page 11A (that's the front section) of today's (Friday, May 25, 2007) USA Today is occupied by a full-page ad for Coke Zero.

In it the company invites you to conduct your own taste taste against its flagship by offering a free 20 oz. Coke and a free 20 oz. Coke Zero to anyone who brings in the coupon occupying the lower center portion of the ad.

No tricks, no catches, and the coupon is valid through December 31 of this year.

If you read the fine print it says "Only one coupon per purchase."

Which means you can do this over and over again with however many coupons you happen to have.

If you're somewhere where there are piles of USA Todays available for the taking free — I'm thinking hotel lobbies, etc. — you could do worse than make off with a bunch of these coupons.

We don't just like "free" here at bookofjoe — we love it.

Note that you can't photocopy the coupon.

Also note that the graphic up top has nothing to do with the USA Today promotion — it's only there to get you revved up.

May 25, 2007 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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Hi Joe....

Here's a bit of research on this "FREE" drink.

I decided I wanted to know more about the ingredients in this new product, so I did a google and landed on this site:


I think that being the curious person that you are, you will want to go there.

I want to say more about the site but I think you ought to just see for yourself.

Hey... can I be one of your crack research team members?

One of your avid readers... thanks for everything.

Karen Pittman

Durango, Colorado

Posted by: Karen Pittman | May 25, 2007 2:58:56 PM

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