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JC Refuge
04-22-2012, 08:11

Best-Ever Mountain House Buying Opportunity for Buyers Club Members -

Sunday, April 22 ... Phase 4 of our ongoing Emergency Food Sweep ( series of storage food sales kicks in.

All the previously announced sale discounts in the Sweep continue. And of course, the ground-breaking Spring Rebate Offensive cumulative rebates for all foods purchased between April 1 and June 30 ... that's in effect and club members are racking up their rebate earnings as we go.

But This is the Big One

The ever-popular Mountain House cans sale is Phase 4. Important to note--this Mountain House sale lasts only two weeks. As you know, hands-down, Mountain House is the world's premier storage food.

Let's count the ways your savings add up for this awesome MH-buying opportunity ...

1. We are discounting all Mountain House cans ( in our store 25% for members and non-members alike--the maximum allowed discount. Of course it ships free to the lower 48.

2. Buyers club members additionally receive Royalty Rewards ( gift certificates for qualifying MH can-case purchases--$40 worth for every three cases in a single transaction (good toward the purchase of anything in our store, other than MH cans).

3. The Spring Rebate Offensive ( is worth a 3-7% gift certificate rebate on all storage food purchased from April 1-June 30.

Shop the sale here (
Needless to say, all our storage foods are shipped fresh from the manufacturer and store for years and years ... in the case of MH cans, they store 30 years or more! That's peace of mind.

I do love this Mountain House video:

JC Refuge
04-23-2012, 07:33
Don't forget to like our Facebook page for a shot at your choice of one MH case of freeze dried food (value up to $400)--next drawing is May 1 ...

JC Refuge
04-24-2012, 08:35
Fair warning ... Mountain House inventories remain strong at last report, but several other popular storage food varieties from other suppliers are running low or are already out of stock. If you want to take advantage of our groundbreaking Emergency Food Sweep & Spring Rebate Offensive offers, using the broadest range of food selections possible--act now:

JC Refuge
04-27-2012, 10:36
We and our suppliers have run out of a few items at this point. Folks--if you tend to wait till the last minute on these sales to place your order (a heck of a lot of people do that), be advised that your selection will be reduced and your delivery times will be extended (due to the bottleneck of orders that come in at the end of our sales).

JC Refuge
05-01-2012, 07:40
Just confirmed with Mountain House ... there are price hikes in the pipeline (required for all dealers to adhere to MSRP prices) for MH canned foods, effective July 1.

Act now to get the best possible prices and deal overall on this premier storage food (right now, just for the next 6 days--max.-allowed 25%-off, free shipping, member reward gift certificates and Spring Offensive rebate certificates too!).

JC Refuge
05-02-2012, 17:05
Just 4 days left on this MH cans sale.

JC Refuge
05-03-2012, 09:49
3 days left

JC Refuge
05-04-2012, 07:13
This MH cans sale ends May 6:

JC Refuge
05-04-2012, 16:56

05-05-2012, 08:51
why don't u advertise like the others? This aint the spot to do what you are doing. Turns folks off fella.

JC Refuge
05-05-2012, 08:55
Ummm ... I am a GT sponsor, and this is the Sponsor's Showcase forum. Why should that turn you off, fella?

Edit to add: I suppose I should mention that the forum owners specifically reached out to me some time ago and asked me to come aboard GlockTalk and serve as the resident GATE Survival & Preparedness Expert, as well as a sponsor here.

I guess the only other thing I can say since your comment, JackMac, is a bit cryptic, is that if you are turned off by my posts, don't read them ... and certainly don't click on the links or buy anything in our store. That's generally how advertising is dealt with by most folks--if it isn't your cup of tea, then ignore it.