FREE food when you buy an appliance!!!!

PLEASE PLEASE read the comments below before trying this! Thanks!

Right now Grant’s appliance has this crazzzzzzzeee deal going on that my friend, Laurie, just alerted me to:

“Buy an appliance for $399 or more and get $500 in free groceries or gas!!!!! There’s a bit of hoops to jump though to get your “free groceries” but anyone who is doing serious couponing will be used to that 🙂

Personally, I think it is better to pick the groceries promotion, because you have to spend $100/month on gas or groceries, then you get $25 gift card for every $100 you submit receipts for (or something like that) and say you pick a store that you go to all the time, that is easy. The same gas station might not have the best price all the time, or you might go to another company gas if you are driving on a big trip, so the grocery option sounded better to me. I think you have to pick one store or gas. co. and stick with that place for the whole period of like 20 months which would be how long it takes to get all your $$$. This is the way I understand it right now, but I haven’t looked into everything more.”

Check it out here. Thanks, Laurie!!!!


  1. Anonymous says:

    Ditto to Karyn’s comment about the gas! There was just an article in the local paper from the “fix it column” about the scam the gas coupon company has going on. They are in Florida with tons of lawsuits against them. Don’t fall for the gas coupon! I have never heard of the food one but if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

  2. Definitely DO NOT choose the gas card. It is a scam. I did a test drive last year in July and received a “coupon” for $100 in “free” gas. I followed the instructions to a tee and sent in $100 in gas receipts each month for 4 months, in addition to a $5 administrative fee that was supposed to be added on to the final gas card.

    Needless to say, I have not received a single gas card. I checked online and there must be thousands of others who had the same experience that I did. In Florida, there is a class action suit against the company. In some states, the car dealerships that gave them out as a promotion are having to make good on the $100. It might be wise to let Grants know that if they are distributing “free” gas promotions from Free Gas Central, that this is a scam and that they could be liable for the amount of the gas ($500?).

    Anyway, hope this keeps others from having the same bad experience that I did.

    Karyn Brodsky

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