Keurig Kold

17 Commercial Failures From Brands With Spectacularly Bad Ideas

17 Commercial Failures From Brands With Spectacularly Bad Ideas

While Keurig is surely hoping there will come a day when its failed KOLD soda-making machine is but a misty, sparkling memory, it’s not the first company to reach for the stars, to fly too close to the sun, to try to capture lightning in a bottle… and fail utterly and completely, thereby forever securing a spot in the brand failure hall of fame, never to be forgotten. [More]

SodaStream Extending Promo Offer That Gives Keurig Kold Customers Free Sparkling Water Machines

SodaStream Extending Promo Offer That Gives Keurig Kold Customers Free Sparkling Water Machines

If you own a soon-to-be obsolete Keurig Kold machine and haven’t snapped a photo of yourself with it to get a free sparkling water machine from SodaStream, there’s still time: SodaStream has extended its promo a few more weeks. [More]

SodaStream Offering Free Sparkling Water Machines In Exchange For Customer Selfies With Discontinued Keurig Kold

SodaStream Offering Free Sparkling Water Machines In Exchange For Customer Selfies With Discontinued Keurig Kold

Just in case Keurig wasn’t having a bad enough week after announcing it would be discontinuing its Kold soda-making machine and offering anyone who bought one a full refund, SodaStream has chimed in to rub a bit of salt directly into that carbonated wound.

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Here’s How To Request Your Keurig KOLD Refund

Upon hearing the news that Keurig Green Mountain is killing off its KOLD soda machine after less than a year on the market and refunding customers who paid up to $370 for the device, you might be thinking, “Hey, I have one of those things — how do I get my piece of the refund pie?” We’ve got answers. [More]

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SodaStream Isn’t Scared Of The New Keurig Kold Machine

Whenever there’s a new kid on the block, those who already live there are bound to notice. But despite the upcoming arrival of the Keurig Kold (yes, that’s what it’s called), which makes colas and sodas, SodaStream’s CEO isn’t worried about the competition moving in on the company’s turf.

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