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Ohio Division of Liquor Control offering reduced prices and holiday items

The Ohio Department of Commerce's Division of Liquor Control announced that it is now offering reduced prices on select spirituous liquor products, and making available a wide variety of holiday gifts and items. 

"Ohioans celebrating the season or looking for great holiday gift ideas will find a good selection," said Bruce Stevenson, superintendent of the Division of Liquor Control.  "These special offers are good for only a short time and in limited amounts."

Discounts of 25 to 40 percent are being offered on more than 100 different brands in the vodka, bourbon, blends, scotch, cordial, flavors, and tequila categories.  Prices are reduced on certain sizes, flavors, and items in the family of brands from the following distillers: 

  • Absolut
  • Jack Daniels
  • Jameson Irish
  • Southern Comfort
  • Belvedere
  • Wild Turkey
  • Johnnie Walker
  • Skyy
  • Stolichnaya

Quantities of these reduced price items are limited, and a different selection available at each Contract Liquor Agency throughout the state.  In addition, the Division is offering holiday discounts on more than 40 other national brands.

The Division also selected specialty spirituous liquor items and gift packs.  There are 57 holiday gift packs available of different types and brands.  These value-added gift packs include distinctive accessories and other collectibles such as glasses, snifters, shakers, flasks, and decanters free with liquor purchase.  Most prices range from approximately $16.95 to $39.95.  Quantities of all holiday items are limited.

Customers can visit the Division's website to search for particular items carried by their local Contract Liquor Agency.

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