Arizona Beverage Company coupons are a lot easier to find than many of the teas and fruit drinks I've covered recently. That's good news for you and me, because it can be frustrating when beverage coupons don't appear on the legitimate online coupon shopping websites. That's no problem here, as I found multiple examples of 2012 Arizona coupons on my favorite and recommended coupon sites.
That stands to reason, since the Arizona Beverage Company is the elite product in its niche. The drink industry is consolidated under a few of the big drink companies like Coca-Cola and Pepsico, who often buy out products and competitors to further their market share. It often seems that 3 or 4 companies own the entire drink market. Arizona Beverages owns nearly 34% of the ready-to-drink tea market, though, beating out competitive brands backed by Coke (Nestea), Pepsi (Lipton), and Dr Pepper (Snapple). The Arizona Beverage Company has been (rightly) described as the most successful independent drink company still left in America. Good for Arizona, then.
Well, not quite. Most people assume Arizona Beverages are bottled from a headquarters in the State of Arizona. In fact, people upset about Arizona immigration policies have even called for boycotts of the Arizona Tea. This overlooks the fact that Arizona Tea was started by two Italian-Americans from Long Island, New York. Operations are still run from Long Island, though those two gentlemen are currently locked in a heated dispute over the company $2 billion to $3 billion business. Hopefully, they get their dispute settled in a way that the company doesn't get sold to some drink industry mega-corp. Anyway, let's talk about printing off Arizona Tea coupons.
When you get to the Arizona Tea homepage, click on the "Promotions" dropdown at the top of the page. Under the dropdown, you should find a link that says "Become an Ambassador", then flashes the term "Free Stuff". Click on this link to sign up to be an Arizona tea ambassador. While this is an unpaid position, it's free to sign up and you get offers on Arizona ready-to-drink tea items including green tea, herbal teas, and ginseng-laced products. As you sign up, you'll be serenaded by songs from cool new bands like The Black Angels and Sail by the Stars. I particularly like The Black Angels' "Entrance Song", which seems like an appropriate (and boozy) introduction to the website. In all, you'll be able to choose from one of 17 different songs while you sign up. The deals offered include "exclusive items and discounts", so you won't be able to get some of these deals anywhere else.
Go to RetailMeNot to find a number of printable Arizona Beverages coupons. The first coupon I found was 20% off any bottle of Arizona tea, good for one use. The note beside this coupon states its a code for a "new AZ ambassador", so you might be better off signing up for that program. That being said, the coupon has a 73% success rate with 51 votes, so dozens of people have used the "ILUVAZ" coupon code and it worked.
The next-best 2012 Arizona Beverages coupon online is a $1.50 off any bottle of Arizona tea. This has a 67% success rate with only 6 votes, so 4 out of 6 people who've tried to get the $1.50 discount have succeeded. I also found a coupon for 35% off any item in their inventory, though it only had a 50% success rate. This coupon was posted a year ago and was last successfully used a year ago, so it's obviously out-of-date. I point it out as an example of the good deals you'll find occasionally for Arizona Tea. Arizona ready-to-drink beverages tend to be a little more expensive, so make this page a favorite and go back often to check on it, so you don't miss any good deals.
Go to CarbSmart's Arizona Tea page to get one of three different deals on their low-carb drinks. Carbsmart is a website that offers links to good deals on low-carbohydrate drink and foods. These deals include a good deal on a box of 10 Arizona Sugar-Free iced tea mixes and an Arizona Sugar-Free Lemonade mix box of 10. Both of these are essentially the same deal, but you'll need different information to use either of these. You'll also find a free Arizona Sugar-Free iced tea tub, which makes six 2-quart pitchers of the drink.
I salute the Arizona Beverage Company for making their coupons so easy to find online and hope they get their complicated power struggle resolved before half the share are sold to Coke or Proctor & Gamble or some such. I like when a company starts with its own vision and is a success and the vision of John Ferolito and Dominick Vultaggio certainly qualifies. You won't find anything like Arizona Tea on the market, so I hope you can find the coupons to make Arizona Beverages a little less expensive.