dealspam cooking spray

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Cool I'll jump through that hoop...

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Hmm... Lets think of all of the uses of PAM cooking spray (other than the obvious)... Any suggestions?

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cheaper than KY....but can scare your mate....so make sure you warn them first.....

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It says "money back guarantee". Is this supposed to be only if I'm unsatisfied?

I'd do it anyway for the record.

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A mail-in coupon/receipt redemption???? How 1880's.

And you wait 2 months to maybe get it? Don't those people have computers?

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If they called it "JUDY" would it work as well as "PAM" ??

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I go through this stuff like crazy, especially the olive oil, grilling & smoking. Thanks for the deal!

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Free is free, so this is a good deal (assuming the rebate process is not protracted). However; I buy the Kroger store brand of this for significantly less, and it works superbly. Just throwing that out there for you frugal shoppers as a suggestion for future purchases.

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@dbdoberman: Have you looked into purchasing a Misto ? I love mine.

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This isn't for a mail-in-rebate, it's for a REFUND if you aren't satisfied. That's abusing a service.

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@zollars23: It's a rebate. There's a seal that says Pam has a money-back guarantee, but that doesn't mean it's what the form is for. Read the fine print, featuring the word "rebate". Also notice the expiration date; a guarantee wouldn't expire like that.

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When they make spam flavored pam then I'm in - not a minute before!

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@equazcion: With all due respect and risk of mad down-votes, I believe zollars23 MAY be on to something. Not only does the seal display the "money back guarantee", but they have you mail the request to "PAM cooking spray money-back guarantee", the end of the url is listed as "guarantee" AND if you visit their homepage it clearly says "If you don't believe our new formula is better than the bargain brand, we'll give you a full refund." And then it links to this offer. Simply using the word "rebate" doesn't automatically mean it's an upfront manufacturer's offer to try their product for free, regardless if you're satisfied or not.

But on the flip side to this.... why would their guarantee expire on 4/27/2012??

Just noting the facts. :-)

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If y'all were as curious as me: "PAM® actually stands for a Product of Arthur Meyerhoff."

Pretty kew.

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I use this stuff to keep the squirrels from climbing up the bird feeder pole -- they can't grip the pole. Also used this stuff to prevent the snow and ice from building up on the satellite dish -- swish, slides off!!

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do you supposed they called it pam because pam's a woman's name? and we all know women belong in the kitchen; plus women trust other women and in naming it pam instead of bill makes them trust the brand and buy it more.

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@fternutter: why did the woman cross the road?
who cares, wtf was she doing out of the kitchen?!?!?!

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Spray it on snowblower guides to prevent wet snow buildup...

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I did use this instead of ky once. Worked great and she didn't stick around.

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spray this on a stripper pole as a practical joke and watch as the girls go down on the pole