What You'll Get
Popcorn took over the movie-theater, festival, and midday-snack trade in the stead of a far more insidious snack: the popped pork rind, an evil concoction with mind-controlling powers. Indulge in the innocent, delicious alternative with today's deal: for $5, you get $13 worth of gourmet fluffed kernels from SKP-Popcorn. Buy up to five of today's Groupon to maximize your popcorn haul. Shipping ranges from $3 to $12 and isn't included in today's deal.
The official popcorn of Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indianapolis Colts, SKP-Popcorn carries more than 16 flavors of Indiana-grown gourmet popcorn. With unusual, tongue-provoking selections such as banana, blue raspberry, cherry vanilla, and toffee, SKP's colorful popcorn bouquets make a delightful surprise for under-stimulated children and adventure-seeking adults alike. Popcorn comes in three sack sizes ($6–$12), three can sizes ($15–$30), and two-gallon cans stocked with your choice of three flavors ($35). All containers are convenient for direct-to-mouth shoveling, gift giving, and bomb-shelter stocking.
Besides its local-sports affiliations, SKP has a charitable side to its popping kernels. Sales of its "TYE-DYE"Licious popcorn, a blend of banana, strawberry, grape, orange, and blue-raspberry flavors, directly benefit Rupert's Kids, a non-profit organization that works to teach and mentor troubled youth in local communities. SKP also works with other organizations that can sell its six best-selling flavors as a fundraiser and earn 40% gross profit from whatever they sell. So order up a wheelbarrow full of colorful, flavorful popcorn for workplace sharing, selfish hoarding, or distributing to the crowds of librarians assembled beneath your balcony, and enjoy the sensation guilt free.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 18, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per transaction. Tax and shipping not included. Not valid with other offers. Not valid for Rupert's shop. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.