dealssample nescafé® memento™ - caramel and mocha…

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Says I've already requested a sample (which is true) and they won't let me have another one. Ahh well.

One interesting thing in the fine print down and to the right on the page:
"Offer may not be republished without written consent from NESTLÉ"

I'm not entirely sure what that means. Does that mean that this posting is against the terms of the offer? How would anyone find out about this without it being published elsewhere? Do people actually go and click around on company web sites just for fun?

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@gt0163c: Odd, I got my sample delivered last week from the previous link that was posted, and it let me sign up for this one with the same info.

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I got my samples today. Fast shipment, and it was delicious

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I think you're safe about letting us know about it. At the bottom of their free sample page is a "share" button that posts the offer to your facebook page......

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@gt0163c: Ah. I thought maybe you forgot, on account of your condition.

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Local grocery store gave these away free a few weeks ago. They are truly delicious!

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@gt0163c: You just need to input a different e-mail address. It worked for me 3 times in a row after changing nothing but the e-mail address. We'll see if they all get shipped. <:)

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If you are using a Gmail address, you can "alter" your email address by adding a . anywhere within it. For instance, if yours gt0163c@gmail.com, putting gt01.63@gmail.com or g.t0163@gmail.com or any other variation will be recognized as a new email by whatever site you're using, but the emails will still get through to you at Gmail (Gmail ignores the ".") This may work with sites other than Gmail, but Gmail is the one email provider where I know for certain that it works.

If not Gmail, you can try adding a +1, +2, (or any alias, really) etc. to your email address (gt0163+1@gmail.com, etc.), but some sites won't accept these.

Even if you're not trying to fool an identical email check, these tips can help you filter out spam email (and even identify which site sold your email address to spammers. For instance, you could sign up for a site with the email address of "gt0163+woot@gmail.com". Then if you get any spam that uses that alias, you'll know Woot sold you out.

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@randymilleriii: did @gt0163c take an arrow to the knee or something? what condition?

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Condition is normal...UNConditional is not

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@sumduud: Memory loss. Because "Memento" was...never mind. :(

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I got "site unavailable at this time"

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@randymilleriii: So it was an drill but to the temple then. ;)