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Old 08-15-2003, 07:22 AM
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The other thing i suggest is....is you are big soda drinkers, definately buy the soda cards. It was a great deal for us and was very useful.. We definately got the better deal of it and used it a lot everyday. Sometimes we would not even have to show the card, because the bartenders or waiters/waitresses would remember that we had the card. It was great. Still thinking of more to write....will try to come up with a full review for everyone....any more questions, just leave the love....
 
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