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Mountain House.com is offering their Mountain House Adventure Meal Pouch (Up to $11 value) to try for Free after Mail-In Rebate. Items can be found/purchase at most outdoor recreation retailers or online (ex; Amazon). Thanks sam_a_nantha

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Fill out the form completely and mail original receipt/form to the listed address. Offer expires October 31, 2017 and rebates must be postmarked by November 14, 2017. Limit one refund per household, or address for residents 18 years of age or older. Please allow up to 7-8 weeks for your refund check - Discombobulated

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Mountain House [mountainhouse.com] is offering one free pouch of their food with a Mail-in Rebate, up to $11:

Mountain House sells freeze dried food good for such activities such as camping, hiking, bugging out, waiting, and emergency preparedness (doomsday, zombies, total societal collapse etc.). They tout a long shelf life of 12+ years for pouches and 25+ for #10 cans, and their larger packs are carried at Costco in long-term survival kits.

Follow these steps to receive your rebate by mail:

ONLINE REBATE FORM [mountainhouse.com]

Step 1: Purchase any one individual Mountain House pouch between 3/1/17 and 10/31/17. Items can be found at most outdoor recreation retailers or online (kits, buckets and #10 cans excluded from this offer).

Step 2: Fill out the form completely.

Step 3: Circle product price on original receipt

Step 4: Mail completed form and original receipt in a stamped envelope to:

Mountain House
Mandlik & Rhodes
PO Box 490
Dept. #4001-R00749
Tecate, CA 91980

Offer expires 10/31/2017.

Rebate must be postmarked by11/14/2017.


Important Terms and Conditions:
Terms & Conditions: Limit one refund per household, or address. Maximum rebate value of $11.00. Fraudulent submission or use if multiple address or P.O. Boxes to obtain additional funds may result in prosecution (statue Title 18, USC Sections 1341 and 1342. Multiple submissions will not be acknowledged or returned. Rebate applies to price paid after any coupon or discount has been applied, and does not include tax. This form must accompany your request. If valid original, dated receipt and UPC number are not included in the request for rebate, your rebate will not be issued. Reproduction, alteration, sale, trade, or purchase of this official form or proof of purchase is prohibited. Proof of purchases must be obtained from product purchased by you. Incomplete submissions cannot be honored. Sorry, we are not responsibile for lost, late, or undelivered submissions. Offer limited to residents only 18 years of age or older. Please allow 7-8 weeks for delivery of refund check. Call (847)-387-8721 to check on the status of your refund if 8 weeks has passed.
Mail-in form only. Rebate not payable at retail stores.
Please print clearly – proper delivery depends on a complete and correct address.



Where to Buy:

Mountain House's Website has a Where to Buy [mountainhouse.com] page, but the most accessible is probably Amazon [amazon.com]. Many are available with Subscribe & Save, as well.
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this is for the weekend warriors. a real man would just strangle a wild boar and grow some potatoes before first dinner in the bush.

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Last time they offered this about a year ago I got it from Amazon and had no issues with the rebate.
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If you're looking for most bang for your buck, this one has 870 calories across 3 servings for a pouch: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1

No info on Amazon but here you go: https://www.mountainhouse.com/M/p...erole.html
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They emphasize ORIGINAL receipt.... wonder if we'll have issues with a printed receipt (e.g. Amazon)
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They emphasize ORIGINAL receipt.... wonder if we'll have issues with a printed receipt (e.g. Amazon)
The form also asks for the retailer's zip code, which could be confusing with Amazon. I think I might just pick one up next time I'm at a sporting goods store just to be safe.
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They emphasize ORIGINAL receipt.... wonder if we'll have issues with a printed receipt (e.g. Amazon)
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The form also asks for the retailer's zip code, which could be confusing with Amazon. I think I might just pick one up next time I'm at a sporting goods store just to be safe.

I'm pretty sure you can buy them on amazon. The rebate form itself says "Items can be found at most outdoor recreation retailers or online."
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The form also asks for the retailer's zip code, which could be confusing with Amazon. I think I might just pick one up next time I'm at a sporting goods store just to be safe.
Walmart carries these as well. I'm just going to pick mine up from there.
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Excellent deal! Backpacking Yosemite in August. Beef Stroganoff taste alright... with a tortilla for dunking of course.
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Last time they offered this about a year ago I got it from Amazon and had no issues with the rebate.
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The seller can be a 3rd party on Amazon right?
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I assume it does, but do you guys think this includes Pro-paks? Or just the pouch? I'm thinking it should be good as it's not listed on the exclusions. (The chili mac is only available from amazon in a propak)
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I've eaten the Sweet and Sour Pork. It's pretty good for an insto-meal.

THEY ARE HUGE! The ones I bought say 2.5 servings and they mean it!
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Went to an event at REI recently where I got to taste a bunch of dehydrated food samples. The breakfast skillet was legitimately good. Like I would eat it at home. The beef stroganoff with noodles was good as well but just good compared to other dehydrated food.
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this is for the weekend warriors. a real man would just strangle a wild boar and grow some potatoes before first dinner in the bush.

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If you have a friend in the army or marines, just ask them for some mre's. I guarantee they've got many
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If you're looking for most bang for your buck, this one has 870 calories across 3 servings for a pouch: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1

No info on Amazon but here you go: https://www.mountainhouse.com/M/p...erole.html
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