McDonald’s Olympic Water Bottles $3.49

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Mcdonald's bottle

This is great deal for those wanting to replace your plastic Nalgene bottles with BPA free almuminum.  For only $3.49 you can take home an Vancouver 2010 Olympic sport water bottle and it comes with a clip!  Similar Aluminum bottles would cost more than double that anywhere else.  Deal starts today so get yours quick!

Mcdonald's bottle large

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Hey guys,  I went to McDonald’s today and picked up two aluminum water bottles!  They’re really great and exactly what I expected.  My water bottle was personally baby tested by my friend’s kid who dropped it repeatedly on the ground from a table top height and no dents whatsoever!

Here’s a pic:


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Just picked up the black McDonald’s sport bottle today!   Looks pretty nice with the hockey player design!

McDonald's Black Bottle


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  1. These bottles are a bit small but they’re solid.


    Posted by Phil | August 7, 2009, 3:22 am

    Posted by GEORGE | August 7, 2009, 10:24 am
    • I agree, every bit counts. Especially we’re one of those countries where our athletes don’t get the type of funding other countries give them. Our athletes have full time jobs. Cheers to them!

      Posted by congeezhang | August 7, 2009, 10:32 am
  3. The bottles are awesome!

    I want the whole collection now.


    Posted by panda | August 11, 2009, 3:16 pm
  4. Another great collection from McDees. I’ve got 2 so far and they’re great. Not a small as the Phil would have you believe. Good for the environment and the pocketbook.

    Posted by PJ | August 13, 2009, 1:28 pm
  5. McDonalds helping you become more green and saving the garbage dumps. Why would you not get one?

    Posted by JB | August 14, 2009, 1:15 am
  6. Why doesnt the black one have a name of the player ?

    any one know ?

    Posted by GUCCI-MAING | August 16, 2009, 1:59 pm
    • There’s probably too many players to choose from. I think it’s the only generic bottle without a real athlete.

      Posted by panda | August 17, 2009, 1:31 am
  7. I’ve been to 3 Mcdonalds so far in Toronto and they all didn’t have the orange one with Patrick Chan on it.

    Posted by Elisabeth | August 18, 2009, 8:33 am
    • I know the McDonald’s in Richmond Hill has orange. Bayview and Major Mackenzie.

      I was there last night.

      Good Luck!

      Posted by panda | August 18, 2009, 11:34 am
  8. I live in Alaska and was able to get the two skiing bottles when I was in Canada. I don’t know when I will be in Canada again but i was wondering if someone would be willing to pick up and ship two hockey player
    water bottles for my children. If someone picks them up I will send you the money to pay for them. I would be greatful to whomever would do this for me. My kids wanted them bad and at the time the hockey ones weren’t out yet. If someone would email me and let me know if you would do this for me. My email is Thanks so much.

    Posted by Susie | September 1, 2009, 10:04 am
  9. Great looking aluminum bottles. Love them as a keepsake but won’t use as a water bottle…

    Sigg can’t even get their “safe” liner right for their aluminum bottles when spending millions on research, I don’t trust some Chinese manufacturer can/will when they probably can’t spend a tenth of that.

    McDonald’s can’t be making much on these bottles but does anyone know if the proceeds go directly to sponsoring the athletes? Or does it all just go to Vanoc to pay for the advertising commitment to Vanoc?

    Posted by good idea | September 4, 2009, 6:04 pm
  10. Where is the curling bottle? Curling is a Winter Olympic sport but sadly it is not included in the group of bottles. Shame on you!

    Posted by MamaKasey | September 10, 2009, 2:54 pm
  11. I’m not so sure about whether it is BPA free or not. I bought one and I looked inside and it has the “bronze/gold” colour lining that SIGG has described as the type that contains BPA. Not sure if they use the same formula but I have returned mine “just to be safe” because I am not sure.

    Plus, I have found nothing on McDonald’s website that indicates these are BPA free!

    Posted by Vancouver | September 11, 2009, 4:57 pm
  12. They are so cool

    Posted by bob | March 2, 2010, 7:14 pm