I bought one bar for $3.27 and used a $1.25 printable coupon and a tub of Breyers for $3.88. I was credited in my Papal the next day for the full $3.27.
The issue I had with Klondke donuts is that the donuts took away from the amount of Klondike ice creamy goodness, so it was subtraction by addition. They lasted a while until we ate them merely to make room for more dessert junk, probably something from FETCH.
So, I liked the Klondike donuts, but did not love them. They were my least favorite Klondike offering ever. FWIW, I can't even find any of the Klondike donuts in the Indianapolis area.
So far, of the five offers allowed, I have received money for four. I still have one to submit. I never heard why one was rejected, but I sent the receipt through email and they paid out.
I will send the fifth one today.
Good to know they eventually paid on the email submission. The only receipt I submitted also got rejected, and I’m waiting to hear back re: my emailed attempt. I know I purchased the right items, but the store did a horrible job of identifying them on the receipt, so I’m fairly certain that’s what caused the rejection.
If you’re trying to get your $15 for the Fetch Unilever deal: both Klondike and Breyer’s are Unilever brands.
I did a three stacks today and am awaiting my Reese’s rebates…
If you haven’t yet submitted your 5 receipts for this deal you could feasibly stack with Fetch. Not sure if you could do multiple BOGOs on one receipt though.
@Tikiki Fetch is very strange how it picks up the $ values depending on the store receipts. On the S&S receipts, the coupons come off at the bottom, so even though the total receipt was about $8, I was awarded the fetch pts for the original value of the product, and received about $19 credit toward the unilever promo