July 5, 2013, - 12:18 pm

FREE STUFF: Get Your Coupon for Free Orville Redenbacher Popcorn Treat @ Kroger

By Debbie Schlussel

I love to tell you, my dear readers, about FREE STUFF. And here’s something free, but you can only get the coupon today, Friday, July 5, 2013 (the coupon is good through July 20, 2013 and only usable at Kroger). It’s for FREE Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Crunch. Go here to get the coupon. You may have to sign up for a Kroger card (or login if you already have one).



For the record, I have never tried this snack (so don’t blame me if you don’t like it) and probably won’t get the coupon. I don’t eat this kind of empty calorie food, but don’t let my eating habits make you feel guilty. (For my Jewish/kosher readers, my research indicates this product is kosher.)


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If you hate Israel, there’s no longer reason to watch Monday Night Football!

NF: I read that article in this morning’s Wall St. Journal, and it is no longer an Israeli company. It’s owned by Pepsi now. DS

NormanF on July 5, 2013 at 1:54 pm

“empty calories?” why use a left-wing-holier-than-thou pejorative term to describe the food product you are helping to sell? I see no reason to look down your nose at people who snack on popcorn. Unless, you are trying to distance yourself from such “losers.”

BTW ALL calories are empty (of nutrition). They are nothing more than fuel.

M: Last time I checked, empty calories is not a “left-wing-holier-than-thou pejorative term” unless you are saying conservatives have the monopoly on pigging out on crap. Check the inner city of Obama voters, and you’ll see a lot of empty calorie consumption. Never knew healthy eating was liberal. I’m not helping to sell anything. I’m telling people about free stuff and saying what I think about it. Here’s a tip: personal responsibility is a conservative philosophy, not a liberal one. Left-wingers want to go in your fridge and tell you what you can and cannot eat. Not sure how my saying I don’t eat that is the same. It isn’t. Not even close. DS

Mark on July 5, 2013 at 2:43 pm

I appreciate these freebie alerts, Debbie.

Trouble is that with coupons or even digital coupons loaded on your shopper’s card, I invariably forget to redeem them. Also, this same Kroger’s promotion is available for West Coast customers at the Ralph’s (Kroger owns Ralph’s, now) site:


And this particular “Pop crunch” stuff is pretty darn good – bought a bag at another store on sale before – but it’s too expensive for me to buy regularly (like, $2.79/bag or something.)

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