Canadian Freebie: Free Tub of Philadelphia Cooking Creme! HOT

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Okay, this looks so good! You can request a coupon for a free tub of Philadelphia Cooking Creme on the Kraft website.  You have to register for the site first and then you will be taken to a portal where you can get your coupon.  One coupon per person.  Hurry while this amazing offer is still available!  Can’t wait to get my coupon and try this one!

Click here to go to the Kraft website.

* I personally didn’t like how you have to sign in with your email to join the Philly club. With so many passwords stolen everyday there is NO need for them to know this information.*

51 responses to “Canadian Freebie: Free Tub of Philadelphia Cooking Creme! HOT”

  1. Danielle S says:

    I can’t seem to get this to work. It makes me sign in with my gmail, then asks to allow access to some email and then nothing. Doesn’t make sense…

  2. Lori says:

    Why do you need out personal email address & password ? Are you trying to hack into OUR accounts ? This is scary !! Don’t SIGN UP FOR THIS !!! IDENTITY FRAUD !!!

  3. dawn says:

    well going to say no to this one as the post states don’t like how they are asking us to get the coupon not worth it .

  4. Michi says:

    Thank you! I didnt like having to sign in either..

  5. natalie says:

    Didn’t do this one. Most legitimate setups aren’t going to want access to your email, especially as it asked me something about my contact list! I’d rather keep my email safe than risk a hack on my account! Oh well!

  6. dawn says:

    not worth it .

  7. Grace says:

    Here is the website they link you to after you sign-in with your information (I’m not a fan of that either!)

  8. Carolyn says:

    I just denied them access to my hotmail information. I don’t need a coupon for a new product that bad

  9. Grace says:

    The site won’t bring you to the website until you sign up with them – use a spam email address that you always use for freebies and don’t let your regular account get spammed!

  10. Stacey says:

    seams like a hoax to me – it ask me to log into my hotmail and then confirm to provide access to unbrella something? Not worth the risk to me.

  11. janice says:

    Wow i am going to write them about this !!

  12. Jenna says:

    i will pass it did not work for me to bad though

  13. happymomy says:

    This gives this umbrella (marketing) company way to much access to your email account!!!!

  14. janice says:

    If you choose to share your information, will have access to it even when you are not signed in with your Windows Live ID. In order to access your data, a unique ID that has been assigned to you will be shared with and any other services to whom you grant permissions.

  15. What the heck?! Why so much just to get a coupon? Why do I also need an avitar identity? Not interested in playing games Kraft! Thanks anyways

  16. Chimmi says:

    I get directed to the site – but no rwop coupon pops up for me – even though you can see in the address that is what is supposed to be there. Earlier today they asked ppl to comment and they would then pm ppl to give them direct access. I never received an email – this one freebie is poorly organized – oh well.

  17. sabina says:

    I have been a member of the site for a while and nothing bad has happened so far. But I can’t seem to get this coupon at all having problems just like everyone else

  18. lorressa says:

    worked for me! thought it was odd though

  19. DCB says:

    Went through everything to not find ANY coupon on for this product or any Philadelphia Cream Cheese. It would be one thing to have a message that all coupons are gone but they are still sending out emails saying the coupons are available and then nothing. seems pretty funky

  20. Amanda says:

    Took me to the site too, but nothing there

  21. roseofblack25 says:

    I can’t see any coupon either…no idea what is going on with this one but I did really want to try the cooking creme!

  22. lori says:

    I used an email that I keep for freebs.

  23. candice says:

    How annoying – you jump thru hoops for this and there’s no coupon!!!

  24. Sally says:

    I was blogging this the same time as Maybe; I added in the comment about the personal info email signin. That to me was a really stupid marketing gimmick. I used an email I only use for freebies and coupons. I even logged in and changed my pass after.

    I was able to get my coupon with ease, but do not like this email connect thing.

  25. Debra says:

    I am so upset that they are asking for our actual log in to our email accounts. If anyone signs up for this they are nuts! There is absolutely no reason they need our personal login information. If you do this make sure you immediately change your password. Thanks but I’m not that desperate for a free product coupon.

  26. Orv says:

    I can’t see the coupon either once I’m redirected to…. Tried with two different email accounts 🙁 boo.

  27. Sharon says:

    I would never give anyone access to the information in my email account.

  28. 2jk19 says:

    Not worth the risk! I’m passing…

  29. Dawn says:

    They are asking you for your email address and for you to create a password that you will use to access your account on their site. It is just poorly worded. I gave them my email address and made up a password to create my account. They sent me a follow up email to confirm my account and badda-boom badda-bing I signed in and was able to get my free coupon.

  30. Racheldm says:

    I don’t think they want our email password – they want you to create a password for their site. That’s what I did, and they sent the confirmation email to me, but that just sent me in circles so it was a waste of time.

  31. twicehis says:

    Didn’t work for me either. Wish I had read the comments before wasting my time trying.

  32. lavenderplum says:

    I have a rogers account, and I didn’t have to sign in through my account.

  33. dawn says:

    They are all gone and they say next time they will do it in a way that wont be so hard ya right . Even if you try to write them they want the same info to get in . Not worth the time .

  34. susan says:

    TOTAL SCAM!!!!

  35. Corbinx says:

    I don’t feel bad for missing out now that I read these comments!

  36. Buskieboy says:


    I don’t get it. I just tried at 11:30pm Jan 30th and it’s already
    finished. NO MORE LEFT.
    What I don’t get is why am I getting my smartcanucks email so late?
    I didn’t get this until 10:07 EST. Quite a few of these Canadian Freebies
    are extremely time sensitive and getting the email so late I find I’m often
    SOL when I try and get on.

  37. cabmonk says:

    One of the reasons I pretty much don’t post on smart canucks anymore expect for fun here and there. Are all the people that call everything a hoax,scam,identity theft,etc. Omg you people make me want to throw my computer out the window. It was a promo meant for people that already had accounts with the kraft website. if you had already signed up in the past for the kraft website you just needed to login. However if you were not a member you had to sign up,create a password,etc. It wasn’t asking for your email password. It was asking you to create a password for the kraft site.

    There is nothing wrong with kraft making a promo available to people that are already members of their site if thats what they want to do. No one is putting a gun to your head and forcing you to sign up for the kraft site but if you wanted the coupon you had to be signed up for their website. It was meant as a thank you to the people that signed up with the kraft site.
    Nothing more, nothing less, no scam. Say smart canucks wanted to give away a free mouse pad to their members. Then other people found out about the free mouse pad. Will they whine and say well geez you mean I have to sign up for smart canucks to get the free mouse pad, Omg that’s not fair, its a scam??..Nothing wrong with doing a promo for their members. Now I’ll probably post even less..

  38. chantelle says:

    alll gone 🙁

  39. Cigale says:

    A new product that you don’t need. Adding Philadelphia Cream Cheese to your recipe is great. You don’t need their newly developed product to “wow” your meal.

  40. Sally says:

    Cabmonk, they announced it on their facebook page earlier in the day to let people know that it would be available later. This was including people who weren’t already members. I had signed up then. But I did not like how I had to sign into my email (was directed there by their site) that was a step that WASNT needed. I don’t think it was for fraud or dear lord identity theft (hope you don’t have your whole identity in an email account) but I just used my one email I keep for offers. 🙂

  41. benji says:

    Cheers for cabmonk!

  42. robbi says:

    Cabmonk, your entitled to your opinion. There is absolutely no
    reason any reptuable company needs to have access to your email password.
    And if there are respectful,they would know not to ask for a password. Am glad that I was warned about this. My time is valuable and I do not want to waste time with suspect promotions just for free tub of cheese

  43. benji says:

    robbi, as it was mentioned, “It wasn’t asking for your *email* password. It was asking you to *create a password for the kraft site*. “

  44. hijinx25 says:

    Benji and others are right.

    I gave them my gmail email addy that I use for freebies and created a new password that beared no resemblance to my gmail password. Everything was fine. Then I was able to log into with my accounts and was able to get those FPCs.

    I guess they might be a hot item for trading! LOL

  45. luv deals says:

    They weren’t asking you to sign into your email! They were asking for a password for kraft site…if you gave them your email password, you’re the dumb one! I didn’t have to!

  46. cinn says:


  47. lori says:

    I didnt give them my email password, but it wanted to sign into my email and agree to give them access. I am tired of people being rude. It clearly did this.

  48. The website is not bad. It is safe, websaver is a website that gives coupons and mails them to the address stated in your account that you can open with them. It is safe! and later you can access and see the newest coupons.
    Btw the philly cheese advertised here is awesome. I had the chance to taste it and it is good. I hope they come with more coupons 🙂

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