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[Booster Juice] Booster Juice: BOGO Smoothies on November 14

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Booster Juice: BOGO Smoothies on November 14

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November 14, 2017
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On Tuesday, November 14, Booster Juice has BOGO smoothies (regular/snack size only) as part of their customer appreciation day.
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Help us celebrate 18 fantastic years
with 2-for-1 smoothies all day

We just wanted to say a BIG thank you to our Booster Nation, we couldn’t have made it this far without you! Visit us at any participating location on Tuesday November 14th to receive one FREE smoothie with the purchase of a regular or snack size smoothie. See details in store.

What’s your favourite? Coco Crush? Mind Over Matcha? Pomegranate Punch? Or the Original? Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong.

Thank you, from the bottom of our cups!
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WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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I saw a shipment in the store recently and they add sugar to their products. On the website, it says a synthetic stevia is added.
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Wonder if you're able to combine the first and last hour of business 50% off promo that day
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vanlinda wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 5:07 pm
Wonder if you're able to combine the first and last hour of business 50% off promo that day
?
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BritishColumbian wrote:
Nov 4th, 2017 12:28 pm
You never answered my question, you asked me about combing two different sales, the one that starts during the first hour and the one that starts during the last hour. What you said doesn't make sense.
I'm asking if combining this BOGO promotion with the 50% off First/Last Hour of Business promotion would work. If it did then it would be 50% off the first smoothie, and you'd get the second smoothie free.
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Sep 17, 2014
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sooooo any update if this BOGO works with the First hour free deal?
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Cheapo's of the Cheapo's.
dvdvideo wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 10:44 am
I think you guys are being overly greedy, either is already a good deal.
Almost all promos like this cannot be combined with other offers, etc
Just leave it alone.......

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I prefer Pita Pit's smoothie (tastes homemade) but will grab a Booster Juice (tastes exactly like all the powders, they use) if they're not around.
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BritishColumbian wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 1:47 pm
I saw a shipment in the store recently and they add sugar to their products. On the website, it says a synthetic stevia is added.
You make it sound like they received cartons of sugar to put into all of their drinks. This is what I found from their FAQ website:

Do your Booster Juice smoothies have added sugar in them?
Sugar occurs naturally in all fruits and juices. All of our Booster Juice ingredients are made with pure juice, frozen fruit and yogurt are made without any added sugar and preservatives. The only smoothie ingredient that does have sugar added to it is our sorbets. You can refer to the Nutritional Guide in the stores (or here online) to compare the levels of sugars in our products. If a customer wishes to reduce their intake of added sugar they may want to try our vegetable based smoothies under the Hardcore category that do not contain any sorbet.


BritishColumbian wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 11:30 am
I prefer Pita Pit's smoothie (tastes homemade) but will grab a Booster Juice (tastes exactly like all the powders, they use) if they're not around.
Now all of their drinks use powder instead of real fruit? While I'm sure some of their specialty drinks are made with powder (pumpkin spice, chocolate, etc.) - I'm pretty certain they use real fruit for almost all of their smoothies. I mean, YOU CAN SEE them scooping the fruit before blending it for you, right?

It just sounds like someone had a bad experience and is still feeling a little salty about it.
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How much is a typical "regular" size juice?

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