WAT-AHH! Boo Bottle Halloween Prize Pack Giveaway

[ 22 ] October 26, 2013 |

Are you constantly trying to keep your kids from gulping down so many sugar-filled beverages and drink some healthy water instead? Well, have I got the answer for you! Get your kids hydrated and improve their overall well-being with WAT-AHH! water.

Created by Rose Cameron as a way to get her boys to drink that totally un-cool-but-good-for-you thing called water over soda and other sugary drinks, WAT-AHH! has been featured in/on CBS News, Billboard magazine, Forbes, Huffington Post, and NYC Downtown Magazine to name just a few. The company is now supporting the Partnership For A Healthier America’s (PHA) initiative to promote healthy hydration in kids and teens.

To further their goal of eradicating sugary refreshments from kids’ and teens’ diets, WAT-AAH! has released its limited edition Boo bottle to celebrate Halloween and get the trick-or-treaters to consume something tasty, functional AND sugar-free while they are out procuring their annual confectionery haul. The less sugar we can keep going into our children’s bodies the better, right? Especially on a holiday that is 100% about candy.


WAT-AAH! lineup


There are five different flavors of water formulated to help a kid operate at their full potential, sans the sugar, by targeting particular aspects of a growing body: ENERGY (infused with energizing oxygen), BRAIN (infused with kid-friendly electrolytes), BODY (infused with calming magnesium), POWER (just pure spring water) and PH+ (a naturally alkaline spring water — a balanced pH environment helps the body detoxify).

I first tried them back in 2009 and I have to tell you they are good. Both my husband and The Diva love them and considering how picky Ro is, that’s a resounding endorsement. WAT-AAH! can be purchased from more than 10,000 stores nationwide — online and brick-and-mortar — including Whole Foods Market, Albertson’s, Shop-Rite, Food Lion, Shaw’s, Kroger, Amazon, and eBay.



About the limited edition Boo bottle:

On the label, the brand’s familiar character, the WAT-AAH! Boy, is portrayed mysteriously in silhouette and screaming, “BOO!” to surprise its audience. He is surrounded by familiar Halloween imagery such as a witch, ghost, haunted house, pumpkin and full moon, each drawn using simple graphic lines. In the spirit of the holiday, a fun and unexpected treatment of PHA’s “Drink Up” logo is also featured; it defines the body of a black spider crawling up the web, which serves as a background for the entire scene.





One (1) winner will receive a prize pack (pictured above) containing WAT-AAH! limited edition Boo bottles, t-shirts, sweatshirts, stickers and more! Just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below to enter.

This giveaway is open to U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY age 18+ and ends at 12:00pm PST on October 29, 2013 (Ignore the date on the Rafflecopter, I REFUSE to pay for something that used to be free just set my own time frame for giveaways). VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.

If you fail to complete the TWO MANDATORY ENTRIES, your entries will be automatically DISQUALIFIED.

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  1. Heather B says:

    I have not tried WAT-AHH before, would love to win it so I can try it!

  2. Shannon Baas says:

    I do not keep sugary drinks in the house.

  3. Jill Myrick says:

    As long as the water is ice cold my children will drink several bottles daily.
    I think they would love the designs on these bottles and would love to refill and use them daily.


  4. Jamie Leigh Martin says:

    I don’t buy that sugary nonsense; my lady may get a Pepsi once in a while, but we don’t buy the kids pop. I’d never tried this before, but I’d be willing to give it a shot.

  5. sara haaf says:

    I don’t give him a choice.Only milk or water is offered most of the time.

  6. theodore esteghamat says:

    I want to try it because it’s good for the body and is sugar-free.

  7. Jennifer Reed says:

    At home they only have two choices normally… water or milk.

  8. Kate Newton says:

    I’m lucky in that my kids love to drink water.

    I’d love to send one of these bottles to school with my oldest son. I think its a fun way to get kids to do something healthy…drink water!

  9. Kim H says:

    My kids have been water drinkers for a long time. I think its because I didnt give them soda all the time when they were little

  10. Shani F. says:

    I serve water with all of our meals and we always order water when we go out to eat. I would like to try Wat-ahh because it contains extra nutrients without extra sugar.

  11. Debra Hall says:

    my kids like water its never been a problem

  12. Paula Tavernie says:

    They love water so I really don’t have any tricks! I would love to try these for an alternative to water!

  13. Laurie Emerson says:

    I always make sure that there is cold water in the fridge. I put it in a bright pink pitcher and that helps them want to drink it. I would love to try these as I know that my children would love it!

  14. We don’t buy the other stuff except for special/rare occasions – it makes it easier. She has tried it and liked it!
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  15. Anna E. says:

    Actually i don’t have to make them drink water. They love the taste of it!

    I would love to try this water because i am always trying different types of waters to see what else i like!

  16. serena m says:

    I have not tried but would love to

  17. Pauline M says:

    I keep a fun selection of water flavorings right next to the fridge for my kids. I’ve found that if I make it easy, they’ll take it first so the water is easy!

  18. Sand says:

    I’ve never tried it but they have to have two glasses of water for every can of soda they want.

  19. Alison Wood says:

    I’m horrible about not drinking enough water, so maybe this would help me.

  20. Eileen Burke says:

    WE just very rarely keep juice in the house, so it’s water or nothing for our kids.

  21. susan smoaks says:

    we never have any sugary beverages in the house. we will occasionally have juice but that’s it.

  22. Judy Chapman says:

    The only way I can get my kids to drink water is if its smartwater, I would love to try these and love that they have so many health benefits.

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