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Kentucky Residence: Hunt’s Delicious Dinner Cravebox Offer #KentuckyCravebox

If you are one of the lucky residences of Kentucky you are eligible to get in on a very limited and exclusive opportunity to get a Hunt’s Delicious Dinner Cravebox!  For a very limited time Hunt’s will be offering Kentucky residents the opportunity to be one of the very first to try the new Dinner Sauces from Hunts  and the chance to get one of the special Craveboxes that contain $100 VISA gift cards.  There will be 10 special, random boxes with the gift card included!


You’ll be among the first in the country to try the backyard, garden-fresh taste of Hunt’s California grown tomatoes, combined with ethnic inspired seasonings and ingredients. Great for simmering cooked chicken in a one-skillet dinner, or sautéing over grilled Polenta. Hunt’s Dinner Sauces are the home cook’s shortcut to quick and creative weeknight meals, that pack a Sunday night taste.

If you’re a busy home cook living in Kentucky, you’re eligible to receive this fabulous new Cravebox. But hurry! Quantities are limited and they’re going fast! This special new Cravebox costs just $10 and contains a selection of very special products to help you whip up a delectable, easy, at-home dinner in no time.


To qualify you must:

  • Be a busy home cook
  • Live in Kentucky
  • Be willing to pay $10 to cover shipping and handling for your box

Your box will contain delectable samples and other items to make a delicious, home-cooked dinner.

  • TEN boxes will also contain a $100 VISA Gift card!
  • ONE box will contain a Grand Prize worth $250!

Get Your Hunt’s Delicious Dinner Cravebox NOW!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cravebox and is a paid advertisement.


  1. That sounds pretty nice, I am a huge fan of their products, and this offer must be really cool! I wish I lived in Kentucky, but I don’t so I am out of the competition… good luck for y’all!

  2. Alyson Hawk says

    Kentucky residence is so lucky for this offer. I love to eat this product but I am not living in Kentucky.