Culligan Bottled Water Club
The Best Name in Water Comes in a Bottle
If your home or business still relies on ineffective filter pitchers, unappealing water fountains or wasteful individual water bottles, a Culligan bottled water cooler could be the perfect solution. Our coolers provide refreshing, high-quality drinking water – plus, they’re easy to use and maintain in any setting.Sign Me Up
Benefits of a Culligan Bottled Water Cooler
Great-Tasting Water - Culligan Water offers several different types of bottled water to suit your preferred taste – including reverse osmosis filtered water, spring water, mineral water, distilled water and more.
Hassle-Free Maintenance - Water bottle changes are a breeze for anyone in your household or company with our patented Culligan Care Cap™, which makes our bottles essentially spillproof!
Added Convenience and Flexibility - With Culligan, empty bottles are picked up and recycled every time you receive a new delivery. Plus, our standalone units allow you to move the water cooler into any space that best fits your home or business.
Contaminant Reduction - No one filters more than Culligan Water. Our reverse osmosis purification process reduces up to 99% of drinking water contaminants.
Convenient, Reliable Delivery Right to Your Door
Our Culligan Bottled Water Club delivers refreshing, top-quality Culligan water — and enrolling only takes a few simple clicks. Pick the perfect cooler, number of bottles and schedule for your home or office.
- The $99 one-time bottled water club fee saves you hundreds on cooler rental, bottle deposits and set-up fees!
- Culligan Bottled Water Club Membership Details
- Lifetime use of a water cooler as long as you're in the club
- Free professional delivery and cooler setup
- One time initiation fee - $99
- No added fees for bottle cooler rental
- Simple flat monthly fee
- No bottle deposits required
- No contract required
How does Culligan filter its BW? How are coolers maintained?
Our Filtration Process Explained
Culligan bottled water is produced at local bottling plants under strictly-monitored standards set by the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA). We use a reverse osmosis purification process that reduces microscopic impurities and contaminants far more effectively than carbon filter pitchers and faucet filter attachments.