Sponsored Post: A Lifefactory Deal from MightyNest’s MightyFix

orange Lifefactory bottle - Food in Jars

Fun fact about me. I have a minor water bottle obsession. I’ve been this way since my high school days, when I kept a tall disposable bottle (refilled for ages before being recycled) in my backpack. In college, I carried a brightly colored Nalgene.

Once on my own, I acquired a small collection of aluminum Sigg bottles. These days, I use stainless steel and glass water bottles exclusively, because they don’t impact the taste of the water, and they seem to be the healthiest choices available.

Lifefactory water bottle in bag - Food in Jars

Of all the glass water bottles I’ve used, the ones made by Lifefactory are my favorite, both for their grippy silicone sheaths and for the lids that are so easy to put on and take off (plus, they’re essentially big jars, which pleases me more than it should).

As we head into summer (prime time for starting a water bottle habit), our friends over at MightyNest thought some of you guys would also like to get in on the glass water bottle action. How do you do it? By joining MightyFix!

Lifefactory URL - Food in Jars

If you’ve missed my earlier posts about the MightyFix, it’s a monthly subscription service that sends full sized non-toxic products for the kitchen and home. It costs $10 a month and ships for free. What’s more, anything you want to add to your monthly order from MightyNest will also ship for free.

Without the FIX, this 12 ounce Lifefactory bottle costs $18 + $5.95 in shipping. When you sign up, you’ll get it for just $5. Then, for just $10 a month going forward, you’ll get regular shipments that will allow you make small but rewarding changes to help both you and the planet.

full Lifefactory bottle - Food in Jars

This deal is only open to new FIX subscribers. Unfortunately, if you’ve joined up in the past, you won’t be eligible for the discount (so sorry!). However, if you’re new to the FIX and ready to hop on board, use this link to head over to MightyNest (it’s got the discount code already applied). If that link gives you trouble, use the code FIJBOTTLEFIX at check out instead.

Just to recap. If you’re new to MightyFix, you’ll get this water bottle as your first FIX when they sign up for the subscription service. The cost of the FIX is $10 a month and the products are always valued more than $10. Your first month is $5 and you’ll get a Lifefactory glass water bottle valued at $18 + $5.95 in shipping. It’s a pretty nifty deal!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. MightyNest is a regular Food in Jars partner and occasional sponsor. They sent me the orange water bottle you see pictured here back in December, for photography purposes. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own. 

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8 Responses to Sponsored Post: A Lifefactory Deal from MightyNest’s MightyFix

  1. 1
    Jess says:

    I never liked stainless steel water bottles before – the metallic tastes always got to me. Ugh. And I love the life factory ones, but the glass freaks me out – I can be a little clumsy. And they don’t insulate. I am currently head over heels in love with my new hydro flask. That sucker is magical and it’s the prettiest aqua blue… I hear you on the water bottle obsession. 😊

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    Chrissy says:

    I joined MightyFix about four months ago. I got a Kleencut stainless steel bottle with the free shipping, as an addition to their regular item. I love it. The other thing is that with your purchases, they will donate funds to a school of your choice. They are not paying me either:)

  3. 3
    Pam says:

    They must not be doing this anymore? They want to charge $31 for both the water bottle, subscription and shipping

    • 3.1
      Marisa says:

      Pam, I believe they’re still doing it. You don’t add the water bottle to your cart with the MightyFix. Instead, it will be the first item you receive as your MightyFix. All you should buy is the subscription, not also the water bottle.

      • Ncylou says:

        See above
        This deal is only open to new FIX subscribers. Unfortunately, if you’ve joined up in the past, you won’t be eligible for the discount (so sorry!). However, if you’re new to the FIX and ready to hop on board, use this link to head over to MightyNest (it’s got the discount code already applied). If that link gives you trouble, use the code FIJBOTTLEFIX at check out instead.

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    Linda Johnson says:

    I so enjoy mine that’s so similar to this. Mine’s 22 oz & that sweet dreamsicle color too! Gotta love seeing my favorite CPTG essential oils dispersed through my ionized Kangen alkaline water with glass bottles! Drinking half my body weight in ounces a day has never been easier with mine!

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