We just uncovered a hidden Zevia coupon! Go to Smartsource.com and enter zip code 77477 to find it. Stow it away for a sale, or redeem it at Target for this price:

Zevia Zero Calorie Soda, 12 oz 6 ct $4.99, regular price
Use $2.00/1 – Zevia, 6pk, zip code 77477 – (smarsource.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Zevia, 6 pk – (zevia.com)
Final Price: $2.99, or $0.50 per can

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10 thoughts on “Zevia Soda Coupon—Save $2.00 at Target!”

  1. Desiree says:

    does anyone else have problems with smart source, every time it try to print they want me to download java, and I do and it still don’t and always says its not installed even though I’ve installed it a few times now.

  2. val says:

    I’ve tried orange in the past. Never again. It reminded of orange flavored medicine from when I was a kid.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Zevia is made with only the purest ingredients because it contains no chemically processed artificial sugar substitutes. They sweeten the soda with the natural sweetness of the Stevia plant. The soda also is advertised as having no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives found in other soda and it has zero calories, zero fat, and little sodium. But, that doesn’t mean it has zero taste!
    Zevia comes in many different flavors including Black Cherry, Cola, Caffeine Free Cola, Cream Soda, Dr. Zevia, Ginger Ale, Ginger Root Beer, Grape, Orange, Grapefruit Citrus, Lemon Lime Twist, Mountain Zevia, and Orange.
    (OMG, What I wouldn’t give for a Pepsi right about now!)

    • Thanks for the information, Pizzaz :)

    • Anonymous says:

      I purchased some of the V-8 fusion sparkling sodas recently. About 10 minutes or so after drinking some of one, I started itching on my leg. I found there to be 5-6 hives or something. I was wearing pants, so the possibility of it being an insect bite didn’t seem high. The only ingredient that I saw as a possible cause was their use of the Stevia plant. Am curious if anyone else has ever had this reaction? Could be coincidence, but doesn’t make me want to have it ever again either.

      I just read it is related to the ragweed plant, so if you have hay fever and such, it is possible to have an allergic reaction to it.