• $15.50 for 3 large bags of popcorn ($31 value)
• Select from 6 different flavors
• Must call ahead to place order and schedule pick up
• Please allow 3 days for orders to be filled
• Shipping available; please inquire about rates
• PROMOTION EXPIRES June 30, 2013
DealChicken loves when there’s corn for poppin’ as long as it doesn't come in a microwavable bag. Dedicated to bringing this delectable treat to hungry folks throughout North America, Popcorn Charlie’s has a passion for popping nothing but gourmet corn. Choose between six delicious flavors—movie theater, caramel, cheddar, green apple, garlic parmesan and pizza—and satisfy your popcorn craving with three large bags for the mouth-watering price of just $15.50.
Charlie's takes pride in popping delicious tasting premium popcorn, crafted using only the finest kernels. Available all over the United States and Canada, each of their distinct flavors may be purchased in large and small quantities by the bag, basket or decorative tin, making them ideal corporate and holiday gifts, party favors, etc. Striving to help organizations meet their fund raising goals, they are also available for partnerships.
Popcorn Charlies's manufacturing facility is located in Pittsford, NY. They do not have a retail store, but local orders can be picked up by appointment.
$15.50 for 3 large bags of popcorn from Popcorn Charlie's
- Available flavors include: Movie Theater, Caramel, Cheddar, Green Apple,Garlic Parmesan, and Pizza
May purchase one deal for self and one as gift. Must be used in one visit. By appointment only. Must call 585-928-6262 to order and schedule pick up. No cash back or credits. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
While around for centuries prior, popcorn didn't catapult to commercial fame until 1885, when a Chicago resident developed the first street cart that popped the corn in a mixture of lard, salt and clarified butter using a steam engine instead of an open flame.