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Seattles Best Coffee (Mail-in Rebate)

added on November 29, 2009 by phunkeey, last updated on December 1, 2009 by YanBz

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If you have tried Seattle's Best Coffee and are unhappy with the product, fill out the rebate form and mail with original receipt dated between 2-1-09 and 12-31-09 and UPC label.

REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 1/15/2010. ALLOW 6 TO 8 WEEKS FOR SHIPMENT. LIMIT ONE REQUEST PER FAMILY OR ADDRESS.
           
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  • 44450
    Solstice
    professor
    1 6 2
    11 4 1
    Posted by Solstice on November 29, 2009
    [reply] 4 0
    Rebate forms linked to as deals are categorized as coupons, since the actual purchase price will vary.
  • 44454
    MrCheap
    professor
    2
    1 1 1
    Posted by MrCheap on November 29, 2009
    [reply] 4 0
    Where did the $9 come from? Agree with Solstice, this should be a coupon
  • 44459
    YanBz
    admin
    Posted by YanBz on November 29, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    Changed the deal title and also added the expiration date
  • 44472
    mcgirl4
    professor
    Posted by mcgirl4 on November 29, 2009
    [reply] 2 0
    Great!
  • 44473
    phunkeey
    teacher
    Posted by phunkeey on November 29, 2009
    [reply] 3 0
    Sorry about the rebate/coupon issue.

    Seattle's Best is usually $8.99 at the grocery store or $7.99 at Target.
  • 44520
    pocketyourdollars
    learner
    Posted by pocketyourdollars on November 30, 2009
    [reply] 2 1
    This is a satisfaction rebate not a general rebate for anyone to take advantage of. I think the language in the post shoudl reflect that.
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    • phunkeey
      teacher
      Posted by phunkeey on November 30, 2009
      [reply] 1 0
      People can read the rebate form and the company's web site and decide for themselves.

      In my view, if you post a rebate form offering customers a refund for purchasing your product expect customers to use it.
    • 44578
    • Solstice
      professor
      1 6 2
      11 4 1
      Posted by Solstice on December 1, 2009 [reply] 0 0
      For what its worth, if anything, I think you are both correct.
  • 44521
    YanBz
    admin
    Posted by YanBz on November 30, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    Thanks for your comment. I will flag this submission as inaccurate until we figure out how to word the rebate conditions. Unfortunately the rebate itself doesn't mention it but the fact that you must mail to 'Money Back Guarantee' clearly points to the fact that this is not a general rebate.
  • 44524
    phunkeey
    teacher
    Posted by phunkeey on November 30, 2009 [reply] 0 0
    According to the Seattle's Best website the value is up to $7.99.
  • 44573
    pocketyourdollars
    learner
    Posted by pocketyourdollars on November 30, 2009
    [reply] 1 0
    I left the comment about this as a satisfaction guarantee. Navigate through Seattle's Best site to get to the form and you can see that it is part of their satisfaction guarantee. HTH
  • 44574
    YanBz
    admin
    Posted by YanBz on November 30, 2009
    [reply] 1 0
    I updated the deal link/title/description to be more clear on what this offer really is. Here is a direct link to the rebate form (the deal itself now links to the "Money Back" page):

    http://www.seattlesbest.com/me.....r_Form.pdf

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