Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!)

Get yours today.
The rice cups need to be purchased at a grocery store. For me, both offers show expiring on 1/25/24.
The Klondike cones have a limit of 5 for each of 3 different varieties, for a total of 15 “free” boxes.

No room in our freezer for 5x3 boxes of Klondike Cones.
BTW I just won 10000 points on the Fetch Bonus wheel.

@sonofzeus said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups and certain varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 of each):
No room in our freezer for 5x3 boxes of Klondike Cones.
BTW I just won 10000 points on the Fetch Bonus wheel.5x3 boxes? My offer has a limit if 5. Maybe there are two offers out there or you have 3 accounts?
Congrats on your big Fetch points win.

@mrvietnam I have 3 offers (different flavors) redeemable 5 times each.

@sonofzeus said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups and certain varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 of each):
@mrvietnam I have 3 offers (different flavors) redeemable 5 times each.
My mistake. I have 3 different offers, too. Limit if 5, but 5 for each of three different flavors. Unilever is very generous.

I think I will get a bunch and immediately cash out for Albertsons gift cards that are being sold now at a slight MM price.
I think the cones go for $8 to $10 a box, depending on the grocery store you go to. They are pricey.

@mrvietnam <$7 per box at Walmart.

Can someone explain the cones to me? Are they free after points? I don’t have Fetch yet but I routinely go through the trash bin at the SCO looking for receipts with iBotta items. My understanding is that I can submit any receipt for Fetch points.

@my4mainecoons Some Fetch offers are store specific. Some are not. 6300 pts redeems for $5 Albertson’s egift card. Klondike offer is 1000 pts per dollar spent. Boxes cost 7USD at Walmart.

@sonofzeus said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups and certain varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 15 boxes!!!):
@my4mainecoons Some Fetch offers are store specific. Some are not. 6300 pts redeems for $5 Albertson’s egift card. Klondike offer is 1000 pts per dollar spent. Boxes cost 7USD at Walmart.
BUT if you buy a lot of Knorr and Klondike you can cash out for a $50 Albertsons gift card for 49,050 right now, so if you cash out for this gift card and denomination they would be truly free after Fetch (but you would get the money back in the form of a gift card to spend).

@mrvietnam I don’t have room for mucho Knorr and boxes of cones. It’s whole turkey and spiral sliced ham season.

I just bought 5 Knorr rice cups for $19.95 but got $22.95 in points, There was a get 1,500 in Fetch points for each $8 you spend in Knorr products offer. That will help combat redemption inflation.

@mrvietnam said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
I just bought 5 Knorr rice cups for $19.95 but got $22.95 in points, There was a get 1,500 in Fetch points for each $8 you spend in Knorr products offer. That will help combat redemption inflation.
$4 for these things seems outrageous, it’s a little cup of rice but for free with the points, no complaints. I got some about 23 weeks ago when it was double dipping with the Unilever offer which was great! That definitely helped cover points inflation.

@MISTERCHEAP $3.99 is a sale price here. Normally at Vons they go for $4.99 each.
Today I cashed out for 2 $50 Albertsons gift cards for $49.05 each and I paid all with gift cards, so no new money OOP.

We have a Church Christmas party tonight, so I will be supplying the ice cream. I cashed out today for 3 $50 Albertsons gift cards, each $50 gift card was $49.05. I bought a bunch of Klondike cones and Knorr cups. I paid with all gift cards, so no new money OOP.

@mrvietnam Very generous gesture. Xmas spirit!

If you want the Klondike offer, you had better buy today. Even though it was set to run for a month, one offer is gone already and the other two don’t have many left. This will probably be over by end of day Sunday, 12/17/23.
The chocolate variety is out of rebates. The caramel variety has only 5,000 rebates left and cookies and cream has only 2,200 rebates left as of Sunday morning (12/17/23), 4 am PST. This offer sure is going fast. Now to find a 24 hour Walmart in my area.

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I am pretty sure the limit for the Knorr rice cups is actually up to 5 at a time for 5 different purchases. I don’t think the rebate terms were artfully articulated, but I bought 5 yesterday snd got credit for 5. I bought 4 more this morning snd got credit for 4. It now says I have two redemptions used snd 3 left. Both yesterday and today I got $3 more than I paid due to the Knorr offer double dip that I posted about earlier.
The rice cup offer is supposed to be going for 4 more weeks, but like the cones offer it is better to get them early as the rebates will be gone probably within days.
I have redeemed for 3 $50 Albertsons gift cards the last two days. Each gift card was on sale for $49.05 in points each. I am close to tedeemung for one more $50 Albertsons gift card if the Knorr deal stays alive.

But maybe I am wrong about the Knorr rice cup offer being a limit if 25. I say that because I noticed in the cones offer once I bought 5 of the same kind, the offer disappeared from my avsilabke offers. So maybe when I bought 4 rice cups this morning I shouldn’t have got anything. Maybe I should stop now lest they try to take points back. The funny thing is once I bought 5 rice cups the offer didn’t disappear and today, even after buying 4 more, the offer still hasn’t disappeared. It says I have 3 redemptions left. Can anyone make sense of it?

YUCK.
Just tried the Chix Fried Rice cup, pretty nasty. followed the directions but still came out kind of goopey. Glad it was free. Wouldn’t pay $4 for these things, no way, no how.

I got a new offer on Fetch for 3 more Knorr rice cups $1=1,000 points. Offer expires 2/24/24.

@mrvietnam said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
Offer
Never seen this on Fetch before. Is this new? I assume it means it’s limited?

@mrvietnam said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
I got a new offer on Fetch for 3 more Knorr rice cups $1=1,000 points. Offer expires 2/24/24.
Does anyone like these things? Tried both the fried rice and the risotto and both were meh. The Risotto was better than the rice, but I have the feeling they have to give them away. Who’s going to pay $4 for one of these things??

@mtnagel said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
@mrvietnam said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
Offer
Never seen this on Fetch before. Is this new? I assume it means it’s limited?
yes, that was there last go round for me, basically shows how many redemptions are left before the offer is done with.

@mistercheap said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
@mtnagel said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
@mrvietnam said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
Offer
Never seen this on Fetch before. Is this new? I assume it means it’s limited?
yes, that was there last go round for me, basically shows how many redemptions are left before the offer is done with.
Thanks. Already down by 100.

@mistercheap said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
Does anyone like these things? Tried both the fried rice and the risotto and both were meh. The Risotto was better than the rice, but I have the feeling they have to give them away. Who’s going to pay $4 for one of these things??
Waaaay back in the day we got the pouches free after Catalina. I recall tossing vegetables and maybe tuna or cooked chicken into them to make a one pot meal that I reheated at work. Never tried eating them “straight”.
Saute some veggies, put aside. Scramble an egg. Toss in the cooked veggies, cooked fried rice cup, +/ diced meat, a handful of chopped lettuce. Toss until the lettuce is wilted. Eat.

@my4mainecoons said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
@mistercheap said in Fetch: 1,000 points=$1 on Knorr rice cups (limit 5 cups) and three different varieties of 8 ct boxes of Klondike Cones (limit 5 boxes per variety, so 15 "free" boxes!!!):
Does anyone like these things? Tried both the fried rice and the risotto and both were meh. The Risotto was better than the rice, but I have the feeling they have to give them away. Who’s going to pay $4 for one of these things??
Waaaay back in the day we got the pouches free after Catalina. I recall tossing vegetables and maybe tuna or cooked chicken into them to make a one pot meal that I reheated at work. Never tried eating them “straight”.
Saute some veggies, put aside. Scramble an egg. Toss in the cooked veggies, cooked fried rice cup, +/ diced meat, a handful of chopped lettuce. Toss until the lettuce is wilted. Eat.
The pouches are cooked in a pot, yes? not a microwave one shot meal like these are intended to be. Not sure anything added to these cups would help, they just aren’t good. too much work for me, not to mention, I’ll save good ingredients to mix with GOOD rice, not to mask the bad taste.

You can actually get 9 rice cups in total. 3 redemptions of 3 each time.