Niagara Purified Drinking Water 24-Pack Only $1.98 at Home Depot (In-Store Only)

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Through April 17th, Home Depot is hosting their Spring Black Friday Sale both in-store and online.

Today, April 11th only, head in-store where you can score this 24-Pack of Niagara Purified Drink Water 16.9 ounce bottles for just $1.98 (regularly $2.98)! Note this deal is valid in-store only and the brand may vary by region.


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  1. Crystal

    Is there a limit on how many you can buy?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Crystal! My store does not have a limit. You could always call in to your location to be certain! Hope that helps!

  2. Tikkitumble

    Not to trigger fear-mongering, but there’s been trending news lately regarding fluoride safety levels in water (whether it’s filtered, tap and even spring.) There are some studies done that indicates higher levels of fluoride is associated with decrease in IQ points for babies in utero and children. I believe the articles stated anything above 0.8 mg/liter (still within safety guidelines per the FDA) is a risk factor. I was drinking a generic brand of spring water from my grocery store and the levels of fluoride on it wasn’t clear. I called the company to ask and they told me the natural level of fluoride in their spring water is around 0.83 mg/liter (Acadia for anyone who’s curious), so that made me wary. I switched to Crystal Geyser that was available where the fluoride levels are lower & transparent on their site. I am pregnant right now so I have to be more careful with what I drink and eat, so thought I’d share :).

    Generally, if you don’t drink a lot of fluids, it’s not a concern. But if you think of daily accumulation of fluoride during our daily use, it can add up quick (think toothpaste, drinking water, water we cook food in, etc.). Something to keep in mind, ladies. Even the FDA is proposing to lower the acceptable fluoride levels in tap water, which is telling.

    • J.H.509

      My six year old daughter showed me a YouTube video that a YouTuber made testing the levels in water. She is now very particular of the water we all drink.

      • Tikkitumble

        Your daughter is one smart cookie! 🙂

  3. Daniela

    I am in charge of buying water for the next few softball games, this is perfect! I got 20 cases with no issue. They just got a pallet from the back and left the cases at the display by the front door alone.

  4. Crystal

    I just returned from my store they had pallets positioned throughout the store. There was no limit now we are stocked for 1/2 the summer!!😊

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Thanks for the feedback, Crystal! Good to know!

  5. Alma

    Wow, what a great deal. Thanks Amber!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Alma!

  6. Laurie

    Sams club has the best deal. I picked up 45 bottles for $3.28 last night. My kids are big water drinkers and were drinking bottled water that could fill an ocean. I finally got smart and bought a Brita water filter. We must fill that 3-4 times day. I have saved so much money and oceans filled with water bottles. We only use water bottles if we are going tobe out for extended period time.

  7. Paul

    I went to my local store today. They were positioned in front of customer service, with a Promotional sign… and a special buy sign saying they were $2.48. I went to their website, on my phone, and saw that they were shown there for $1.98. So, I grabbed a couple, and showed another interested customer the $1.98 price on my phone. But, I did make sure to check the price, with an employee, before I checked out. It’s a great deal, since the same brand water is $2.50, at our area Shopper’s Value stores. With their additional 10%, it is $2.75. So, $0.77 cheaper than the package of the same water I bought a couple of days ago

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