This requires three steps.
1. Go to this website and look for the link to print a coupon on the left. Print the coupon. I got a $1 off coupon when I printed it.
2. Go to your favorite grocery store. Don't forget your coupon! Look for a "Try Me Free" rebate form in the grocery aisle near the new Electrasol Gel Packs. I found it at Kroger's.
3. Buy the gel packs using your coupon, and send in the rebate form. I've done things like this before, and I'm pretty sure you'll be refunded for the original price of the gel packs, not the price after coupon. Cool, huh?
Not a bad offer but it puts junk into your registry and add a 384KB file to your computer:
If you delete the registry entries with the DLL name in them (and BrightStreet) and then delete the BSTIEPrintCtl1.DLL, you can print this out again... Not that you should.
Last edited by SurferSpoofee; 10-22-2003 at 10:39 PM.