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SAVE AT LEAST 20%: Shop the Hydroflask Think Pink flash sale to get a minimum 20% discount on select bottles and tumblers in a pink colorway.

a pink hydroflask tumbler with a straw on a white background
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Hydroflask 40 ounce All Around Travel Tumbler (trillium)
$31.96 at Hydroflask (save $12.99 with code THINKPINK20)

It’s time to think pink. The hype around the pink Stanley x Starbucks collab turned all eyes to staying hydrated (in style) with the help of pink bottles and tumblers. However, if you haven’t yet ended up in the Stanley tumbler fan club that TikTok raves about, you could score a 20% discount on a pink Hyrdroflask today.

As of Jan. 23, a selection of Hydroflask insulated bottles and tumblers in pink colorways are at least 20% off thanks to the brand’s Think Pink flash sale. Enter the code THINKPINK20 at checkout to score the discount. Some items are already discounted, including 29% off the 40-ounce All Around Travel Tumbler, so your total savings could be well over 20%.

SEE ALSO: The pink Starbucks x Stanley cup is going for $200 on eBay. Shop these dupes instead.

Think Pink your way to savings on the perfect water bottle for you. The 20-ounce All Around Tumbler in the camellia colorway will keep you hydrated on the go, and if you prefer the security of a screw-on lid, go for the 24-ounce Standard Mouth with Flex Straw Cap in grapefruit. With the Think Pink discount code, the bottle comes out to $25.17, marked down from the normal price of $44.95. That’s a 44% discount.

If you’re already in the pink mindset, the Hydroflask Think Pink sale could be your opportunity to get a great deal on a Valentine’s Day present. Alternatively, it’s a great way to score an insulated pink water bottle without fighting crowds at Target. But you’ll want to hurry — the Hydroflask Think Pink sale ends at 11:59 p.m. on Jan. 23.

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Lauren Allain

Lauren Allain is a freelance journalist covering deals at Mashable. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and holds an M.B.A from Webster Leiden. You can find more of her work online from publications including Reader’s Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Refined, and more. When she’s not writing, Lauren prefers to be outside hiking, bouldering, swimming, or searching for the perfect location for all three.


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