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Monday, August 12, 2013

Seagram's Ginger Ale Coupon Giveaway

The prizes for this giveaway are furnished by The Coca-Cola Company, and The Coca-Cola Company provided promotional consideration for Mommy’s Memorandum's participation in this program; however, Mommy’s Memorandum is fully responsible for running giveaway. All opinions expressed in the post are Mommy’s Memorandum's and not those of The Coca-Cola Company.

I literally work across the street from a Coca-Cola bottling plant so I thought this would be an appropriate giveaway to join in on. If you're thirsty for some Ginger Ale, here's a giveaway offering six coupons for free 12-packs. US-only and ends on 8/15.
Seagram's Ginger Ale

Seagram's Ginger Ale has recently reformulated their recipe and the new version contains 25 percent fewer calories than the original. It's still the great taste you expect. Mommy's Memorandum's children tried it and preferred Seagram's over the other leading brand of ginger ale.

It's summer and Seagram's offers a great variety of recipes for those that don't want to drink their Ginger Ale straight up. Discover a twist on your Seagram's Ginger Ale with these Seagram's recipes.

You'll find Seagrams' Ginger Ale on store shelves nationwide.

One Lucky Winner will receive SIX Coupons for FREE Seagram's Ginger Ale

– EACH coupon is good for a free 12-pack of Seagram's Ginger Ale.

seagram's ginger ale prize
US only, please.  Ends 8/15

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45 comments:

  1. I remember ordering the first time I ever went into a restaurant to have a drink with some friends. I was a young teen and I remember them bringing me a whole bottle of Coke out and I was amazed it was so big. I always love the soda from years ago but we never had small bottle for ourself I guess because it was a complete surprise for sure.

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  2. The Cranberry Smash sound wonderful so pour me a cold one haha.

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  3. I used to love virgin shirley temples.

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  4. strawberry ginger ale is what serving idea I'd like.

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  5. I loved shirley temples!

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  6. my favorite beverage as a child was chocolate faygo! i'm not even sure if they make it anymore. we always had gingerale (with maraschino cherry juice) on new years to toast along with the grownups! thanks for such a great and tasty giveaway!

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  7. OH me too! I would get ginger ale with some of those red cherries in the jar in it, and some of the cherry juice, too! Oh we thought that was something else!

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  8. When I was a child (long ago) I remember going to New York with my Mom and Dad and sisters to a restaurant and we each got a fountain drink. Cherry coke. We felt so grown up and the taste was delicious. After that it was chocolate cokes for me. And of course every holiday or special occasion saw us with ginger ale and cherries. Thanks for a great giveaway. Seagrams is one of our favorites.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. Chocolate Soldier was my favorite drink EVER when I was growing up. I haven't seen it at all in about 20 years.

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  10. The Strawberry Cooler sounds fabulous. I would love to try that one.

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  11. My favorite when I was little was a Shirley Temple. We only had them when out...at special occasions, like a wedding, family dinner out, etc....

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  12. I'd like to try the Strawberry Cooler

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  13. it would be cream soda, i have always loved cream soda

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  14. would like to try making the strawberry coolers, mmmmmmmmmm

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  15. Id like to try Strawberrly Cooler. I will stay here for a bit longer and I became Your new follower via Bloglovin Dear, I absolutely loved it!
    With Love
    Hummingbird Girl

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  16. Hmm, can't really think of any--purple Koolaid or Pepsi I guess. But I loved when my dad made milkshakes.

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  17. We drank Fizzies, does anyone remember those? I started drinking gingerale when I played basketball in high school, when we lived in Germany. We would stop at the Army store on the way home and get soda! 1976!!

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  18. I'd like to try the cranberry smash!

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  19. I loved Tab cola growing up.

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  20. I loved root beer and cream soda as a kid.

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  21. Lots of different flavors of koolaid!

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  22. I'd like to try the Rockshandy

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  23. Red Koolaid, I'm sure it was cherry, but we all called it red.

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  24. i have to go with TAB only because i could only get it at my grandmas house lol

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  25. I liked cream soda, the pink kind. Now I like it over vanilla ice cream.

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  26. I loved Shirley Temples made with ginger ale, and I still do!

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  27. Mine was KoolAid and making it with my grandma! I miss her a lot.

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  28. I want to try the Cranberry Smash. YUMMY!

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  29. I used to look forward to the Pepsi commercials at Christmas time with the Polar bears or Santa Claus as a kid.

    RC Name: Danielle Papsis

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  30. Ginger Ale with a little cherry juice.

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  31. I loved drinking lemonade when I was a kid

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  32. I would love to try the strawberry mojito

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