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With "Chinese Democracy" Official, Dr. Pepper Reveals Free Soda Plan

October 23, 2008 9:00 AM ET

Finally, after over a decade of false starts, we will finally get what we've all been waiting for: a free bottle of Dr. Pepper. With yesterday's official confirmation that Guns N' Roses' Chinese Democracy is really happening, the makers of Dr. Pepper announced their plan to make good on their promise to provide everyone with free soda. "We never thought this day would come," said Dr. Pepper vice president of marketing Tony Jacobs, "but now that it's here all we can say is: The Dr Pepper's on us." Starting November 23rd, the day Chinese Democracy hits Best Buy, you can head over to the Dr. Pepper website and register your information to receive a coupon which can be redeemed for a free 20-ounce pop. However, any dreams you fostered about drinking your free Dr. Pepper while headbanging to Democracy will have to wait four-to-six weeks, the estimated delivery time to get your coupon in the mail. Still, what's four-to-six weeks when we've already waited fourteen years?

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