posted 48 years ago by
Ancient Member

Saw a post for 2012 but this looks like it's new for 2013. link
LIMIT ONE REBATE PER HOUSEHOLD OR ADDRESS IN THE 2013 YEAR PERIOD. This includes all rebate offers from any print, TV, internet or any other advertising method.
• Register receipt must be dated on or before 12/31/2013. (Up to $12.99 total rebate value, rebate check amount will be for the actual purchase price excluding sales tax).
• Duplicate requests will not be honored or acknowledged.
• This original form must accompany your request.
• This offer is only good in the United States.
• Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
• Original UPC barcode must be from a 7 or 8 lb. bag of World’s Best Cat LitterTM you purchased. This offer is not valid on any other bag sizes.
• Requests for rebates for employees, retailers, distributors, resellers, groups, clubs or organizations
will not be honored.
• Rebate expires on 12/31/2013, requests must be received by 2/15/2014.
• No post office boxes allowed; only street or rural addresses are acceptable.link

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Thanks OP!

Good deal if it works for you. Our cats believe the product is misnamed... so we donated last year's FAR package to the local shelter.

fortunately our new kitty seems to like it. Too bad I missed last years since I bought 3 of the 6 lb bags when PETsMART had their sale in December. Does anyone have a copy of the 2012 rebate form and is it too late to submit?

found a PDF of 2012 for anyone interested now I just need to find my receipt...2012 rebate form

Not knocking this deal, but just offering a tip...

Our cat really liked "Feline Pine", and its features (low odor, easy to clean etc.) appeal to us also. Downside is that it's a bit $$$. Then we found out that Feline Pine is almost identical to wood stove pellets, but whereas Feline Pine costs about $35 for a 40 lb bag, wood stove pellets are about $6 for the same size. Honestly we can't notice any difference - and neither can or cat.

They do sell some stove pellets that aren't 100% pine - avoid them - performance is close, but it doesn't do as good a job with the urine odor.

Another place to find pine pellets is at a tack shop, where it's sold for stable bedding.

We sift out the turds daily, and the urine breaks the pellets down to saw dust, after a week or two there's too much saw dust and it loses it's ability to mask the odor plus the saw dust get tracked around easier, then just dump the remaining stuff and pour in another fresh layer of pellets. We go through a 40 bag every 3 or 4 months, so just $24 for the whole year.

Try it out - if your cat likes it it's a super inexpensive way to handle the litter challenge.

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