Kraft Will Pay You $20 Not To Make Cheesecake For Christmas
A cream cheese shortage is turning into a holiday deal for you!
Kraft is dishing up a new idea because there isn’t enough cream cheese to go around. The premise: People who can’t bake cheesecakes because they can’t find cream cheese can get another baked good for $20 and Kraft will pay for it. Philadelphia Cream Cheese revealed their new campaign in a video ad shared to YouTube below.
Here’s how it works: People interested in the offer can visit a special website set up by Kraft. Sign up for a chance for the $20 digital reward at SpreadTheFeeling.com starting noon Friday by submitting their receipts. There will be 10,000 reservations Friday and then 8,000 more spots will be available starting at noon Saturday.
If you do get a digital reward you will have to submit a store or restaurant receipt dated between Dec. 17 and Christmas Eve with a dessert or dessert ingredient identified to qualify.
Dessert purchases can be made between Friday, Dec. 17 to Friday, Dec. 24. Customers will need to hold onto their receipt though because the cream cheese giant will start letting people enter their dessert receipts from Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 9 a.m. EST to Tuesday, Jan. 4 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
A shelf without cream cheese is a holiday without cheesecake. So if you can’t make your favorite dessert this year, buy any other one. And we’ll pay for it. #SpreadTheFeeling— Philadelphia Cream Cheese (@phillycreamchs) December 15, 2021