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FREE drink from Morrisons.

HERE'S a thirst-quenching offer you won't be able to resist - a free bottle of Perfectly Clear flavoured water from Morrisons worth 65p. Bursting with fruity deliciousness, Perfectly Clear is now available in Heavenly Cherry. Made with calciumrich pure spring water from the chalky hills of Kent, at just three calories per serving it's the perfect drink for the whole family this summer. You'll find it in Morrisons' stores now.


JUST cut out the voucher (below) and exchange at any Morrisons store for your free bottle of Perfectly Clear in Heavenly Cherry (500ml). This offer is valid from today until Tuesday June 15 while stocks last. Full terms and conditions are printed on the voucher.

FREE Perfectly Clear Still Cherry Flavour (500ml)

Valid until Tuesday June 15, 2010


This coupon is valid from June 13, 2010, to June 15, 2010, inclusive in Morrisons' stores only. Coupon valid against Perfectly Clear in still Cherry flavour (500ml). While stocks last. Coupon must be presented at time of purchase. Not to be used in conjunction with any other promotion. Only one coupon may be redeemed per customer per transaction. No purchase necessary. Subject to availability. Amended, damaged, defaced or photocopied coupons not accepted. Coupons can be redeemed in all Morrisons stores, excluding petrol filling stations and Gibraltar. This coupon is not exchangeable for cash, is not for re-sale, is non-refundable and non exchangeable. The promoter (Silver Spring Soft Drinks Ltd, Park Farm, Folkestone, kent, CT19 5EA) accepts no responsibility for lost, danaged or stolen vouchers and reserves the right to modify or teminate this promotion if circumstances beyond its control make this necessary.


Claim your free bottle of Perfectly Clear until Tuesday
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Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 13, 2010
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