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Save on Red Baron® Deep Dish Singles with Ibotta

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Kids are home for two weeks for Winter break and so it's off to Sam's Club to stock up the deep freezer with their favorites.  Pizza, pizza and pizza.  So we'll wrap the last of the gifts and pop some pizzas in the oven and just enjoy spending a some much needed family time with my three boys and little old lady.  
Craving a delicious, deep dish fix for dinner? Looking to save you and your family time and money during this busy holiday season? Pick up Red Baron® Deep Dish Single Serve Pizza from your local Sam's Club! Don’t miss this great Ibotta offer! When you buy Red Baron® Deep Dish Pizzas at Sam's Club, you will earn $2.50! *Offer available through 12/31/17.

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Alli Smith said…
Sam's Club is my go-to place when planning parties and stocking up for the holidays. This is such a great deal!
Always great to have some frozen pizza in the freezer for those busy days or those days don't feel like cooking. Red Baron would be a great pizza to stock up with.
AiringMyLaundry said…
I just love this deal! So much so that I also shared it on my blog today, ha. We love pizza nights in this house.
Jeannette said…
This is a great deal. Red Baron pizza is one of our favorites so I will definitely use this coupon.
Joanna Brittain said…
This is a great deal! I was just in Sam's a few days ago, but I need to go back for these.
A.L. Gibson said…
That is an awesome deal. Sam's is my go-to place for buying in bulk. Saves time and money.
I like to keep some frozen pizzas in the freezer for busy nights and big snacks. They're easy to make and everyone loves them.
My kids love this pizza. It's such a convenient, delicious pizza for them. And Ibotta is a wonderful way to save some money!
We always try to keep a few frozen pizzas ion the house for those busy nights when a full on meal cannot happen. This sounds like a great pizza option!
Amanda Simkin said…
It is always great to have frozen pizzas on hand, especially during the winter when it is too cold to go outside or do anything. Thanks for the great discount info, too!
Rachel Ferrucci said…
Sam's club is a great way to get what you need at a great price. It's so smart to keep some frozen pizza on hand for those nights you want a snack or need something quick.
Thank you for sharing the coupon. Now that Christmas is just around the corner, we are starting to get really busy in the kitchen. Stocking up on Red Baron deep dish pizza will always ensure my family will have something filling, healthy and delicious to eat for those days when I am so tired to make dinner.
Kita Bryant said…
I use ibotta ALL the time. In fact, I just used it to buy these for the kids the other day!
Sitting here at the library, and boy do those pizzas look good!! Gracias for the perfect suggestion for tonight's dinner. BB2U
Debra Schroeder said…
We haven’t had Red Baron pizza in forever. That $2.50 rebate is a great offer! Too bad there isn’t a Sam’s Club near me.
My kiddo definitely loves him some pizza and this one is a well known household favorite. Yummy! Enjoy your holidays and your pizza too.
Ricci Ellis said…
I love those Red Baron single serve pizza, they are perfect to take to work! YUM!
Dina Demarest said…
I'm glad your kids could spend 2 weeks vacation from school! Enjoy the holidays!
Fiona said…
I love deep dish pizzas like this, they're absolutely delicious and so perfect for a quick dinner option.

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