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Mountain House Pouch - Free After Rebate (MIR) (Up to $11 value) - 10/31/16 (18+)

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1 (one) free Mountain House Pouch of your choosing. Up to $11 value.

Always wanted to try Mountain House but were unsure of how it would taste or if it was satisfying? Well now is your chance to try one free after a mail-in rebate.

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.

How to redeem:
  1. Purchase any Moutain House pouch variety at your favorite retailer in-store or online and get a completely free product after mail-in rebate.
  2. Fill out the rebate form [mountainhouse.com].
  3. Circle the product price on the original reciept.
  4. Include original receipt with your rebate form and mail it to the indicated address.

Excludes #10 cans, kits, and buckets.

Offer god 'til October 31, 2016.

Must be postmarked by November 14, 2016.

Must send in original receipt with the price paid for the pouch circled along with the rebate form [mountainhouse.com]. Rebate address can be found on the rebate form.


Some stores that carry Mountain House included but not limited to are REI, Dick's, Costco, Walmart, and Amazon.

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Important terms & 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 ocial 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 responsible ​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 have passed.

Mail-in form only. Rebate not payable at retail stores
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Anyone know which entrees are the best options to maximize this deal? It looks like some are single serving and others are multiple servings.
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Anyone know which entrees are the best options to maximize this deal? It looks like some are single serving and others are multiple servings.
3 servings, $9.50 was best I saw
search: B0161YSZ32 on amazon
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Anyone know which entrees are the best options to maximize this deal? It looks like some are single serving and others are multiple servings.
I think most of the deserts are only single servings and thus not the best value to maximize this rebate. The apple crisp pouch has 540 calories total with its 3 servings.

Some entrees with high servings/calories:
  • Mexican Style Rice & Chicken - 630 total calories at 3 servings
  • Pasta Primavera - 525 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Turkey Tetrazzini - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Sweet & Sour Pork with Rice - 725 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Chili Mac with Beef - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Lasagna with Meat Sauce - 600 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Spaghetti with Meat Sauce - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Rice & Chicken - 810 total calories at 3 servings
  • Chicken Fried Rice - 650 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Beef Stroganoff - 650 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Breakfast Skillet - 800 total calories at 2 servings
  • Homestyle Chicken Noodle Casserole - 870 calories at 3 servings (highest!)
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Last edited by Felras July 19, 2016 at 10:18 PM.
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Mountain House, Italian Style Pepper Steak with Rice $9
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER
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Quote from Felras View Post :
I think most of the deserts are only single servings and thus not the best value to maximize this rebate. The apple crisp pouch has 540 calories total with its 3 servings.

Some entrees with high servings/calories:
  • Mexican Style Rice & Chicken - 630 total calories at 3 servings
  • Pasta Primavera - 525 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Turkey Tetrazzini - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Sweet & Sour Pork with Rice - 725 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Chili Mac with Beef - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Lasagna with Meat Sauce - 600 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Spaghetti with Meat Sauce - 575 total calories at 2.5 servings
  • Rice & Chicken - 810 total calories at 3 servings
Another one for a goal of high calories = Breakfast skillet, 800 calories for 2 servings:
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-H...tain+house
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Another one for a goal of high calories = Breakfast skillet, 800 calories for 2 servings:
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-H...tain+house
I also feel like breakfast skillet is harder to get right than spag+mballs so I'm in for this. rep'd for the research

Edit: anyone have a deal on a subscribe & save offer? That's not going to save me any money but it's better for amazon and the planet if I can get it tossed into my S&S box that is shipping at the end of the month.
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I also feel like breakfast skillet is harder to get right than spag+mballs so I'm in for this. rep'd for the research

Case of chef boy ardee and problem solved- Cheaper too!nod

downside- does not come in the ultra cool pouch
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Another one for a goal of high calories = Breakfast skillet, 800 calories for 2 servings:
https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-H...tain+house [amazon.com]
Nice! That one is hard to beat as well. Homestyle Chicken Noodle Casserole has 870 calories for 3 servings.
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Nice! That one is hard to beat as well. Homestyle Chicken Noodle Casserole has 870 calories for 3 servings.
Have you tried any of these before? Do they taste good? I feel like the Apple Crisp would be pretty hard to mess up.
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I also feel like breakfast skillet is harder to get right than spag+mballs so I'm in for this. rep'd for the research
Breakfast skillet = 82% of daily Cholesterol (245mg) and 38% of daily salt (920mg) ... no thank you.

Additionally, those numbers are per serving. These are 2 serving pouches. Be sure to share it ... yuck.
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Have you tried any of these before? Do they taste good? I feel like the Apple Crisp would be pretty hard to mess up.
​Last time I had one was about a decade ago. I remember that they weren't that bad for being freeze dried food. I think I had the pasta primavera. Kind of like an MRE.
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Breakfast skillet = 82% of daily Cholesterol (245mg) and 38% of daily salt (920mg) ... no thank you.
Most of these have high salt. I think partly due to the fact that finding salt in nature would be a bit difficult in an end-of-days scenario unless you live near the ocean or salt flat. Or have loads of salt stored. For an emergency, I think I could tolerate that high sodium.
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Case of chef boy ardee and problem solved- Cheaper too!nod

downside- does not come in the ultra cool pouch
not hating on you at all...but I would honestly like to see a 12 year old can of 'chef boy ardee' opened up. I have some cans in the basement that say '12/'13 on them.. only have to wait another 10 years.

Mostly corn and green beans, I guess I should get some meat cans. for science.
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not hating on you at all...but I would honestly like to see a 12 year old can of 'chef boy ardee' opened up. I have some cans in the basement that say '12/'13 on them.. only have to wait another 10 years.

Mostly corn and green beans, I guess I should get some meat cans. for science.
I'm sure there is a hungry volcano [youtube.com] that would love to enjoy your expired Chef Boyardee sketti.
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