Watch Game of Thrones actors say goodbye… to plastic bottles in new SodaStream campaign

With the final episode of Game of Thrones airing this Sunday, fans of the show are getting ready to say goodbye to their favourite on-screen characters for good.

In the wake up monumental finale Kristian Nairn AKA “Hodor”, Thor Bjornsson AKA “The Mountain” and Hannah Waddingham AKA “Septa”have joined together to bid farewell to something else…

They want to say goodbye to single-use plastic bottles.

SodaStream Canada today unveiled its newest video campaign featuring each of the actors struggling with single-use plastic bottles in everyday situations, ultimately realizing it’s time to let plastic bottles be a thing of the past.

It’s not the first time each of the GOT stars have appeared in a Sodastream video, but it is the first time these three have appeared together.

“As a fan of SodaStream and an advocate for the environment myself, I always welcome an opportunity to help SodaStream spread their environmental message about single-use plastic,” commented Kristian Nairn. “This time I got to do it with my two friends, Thor and Hannah,  which makes it even better!”

Well if it’s good enough for Hodor…

SodaStream Sparkling Water Makers offer a highly differentiated and innovative alternative to consumers of bottled and canned carbonated soft drinks so that they can enjoy their favorite beverages without single-use plastic bottles.  A Canadian household can save up to 2,000 single-use plastic bottles per year by using one SodaStream bottle. SodaStream products are environmentally friendly, cost effective, and are customizable.

You can watch the hilarious campaign above and catch the final GOT episode in Vancouver this Sunday.

To learn more, visit

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