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Giveaway: Coupons for FREE Stubb's products!

Posted October 17, 2012


We have a tasty giveaway today: 5 coupons for a FREE Stubb's product of your choice! There will be five winners and each one will receive a free product coupon. They make delicious BBQ sauce, marinades and other sauces so you'll have plenty of choices if you are a winner! Read on for instructions on how to enter and to see some recipes using Stubb's products!

The folks at Stubb's were also kind enough to send some samples and I will be giving some of them away at the couponing class on Saturday at WRAL! My thanks to Stubb's for sending the coupons and the samples!

Here is some information about Stubb's products and some of the new items they have introduced this year:

"Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q, makers of all-natural, premium Stubb’s Bar-B-Q sauces, rubs and marinades, is expanding its product line throughout 2012 to include a new sweet and spicy sauce flavor, new injectable marinades and a reformulated premium spice rub line. The new items reflect some of 2012’s top food trends:

Sweet and spicy: Combining two favorite tastes in one delicious sauce, Stubb’s new Sweet Heat is a combination of molasses and brown sugar with a touch of chipotle. Sweet Heat is the newest addition to the Stubb’s all-natural sauce lineup that includes Original, Spicy, Smokey Mesquite, Honey Pecan and Hickory Bourbon. Sweet Heat hit the shelves in March 2012.

Injectable marinades: Once the domain of specialty Cajun cooks, injectable marinades are now appearing on grocery store shelves. Stubb’s Injectable Marinades come in two varieties, Texas Butter and Chipotle Butter, and are packaged with their own disposable injectors to allow home cooks to infuse their pork, chicken, turkey and beef with intense flavor. The line rolls out nationally in 2012.

Spice rubs: Up almost 10 percent in 2011, spice rubs have been projected to continue their growth throughout 2012. Stubb’s has reformulated its line of spice rubs to bring a smoky, barbecue twist to the trend and make it easier for home cooks to create amazing barbecue. New flavors, including Bar-B-Q Rub, Pork Rub, Beef Rub, Chicken Rub and Steak Rub, hit stores in May.

Gluten free: All Stubb’s products, including the new injectable marinades, rubs and Sweet Heat sauce are certified gluten free. In fact, Stubb’s is the only mainstream national barbecue brand to carry the Gluten Free Certification Organization seal, which it first earned in 2010, on its entire line.

No high fructose corn syrup: All Stubb’s products use only pure cane sugar and molasses for sweetness and contain no high fructose corn syrup."

For all you football fans out there, here's a great looking half-time snack:

Stubb's Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork


4-6 pound pork shoulder

Stubb’s Pork Spice Rub

1 cup apple cider vinegar

½ onion

1 bottle Stubb’s Original Bar-B-Q Sauce

1 1/2 tablespoon paprika

7 tablespoon brown sugar


Cooking Instructions

Slice onion and place slices on bottom of crock pot, generously rub pork shoulder with Chile-Lime Rub and place in crock-pot over onion slices, fill crock pot ¾ full with water and 1 cup apple cider vinegar.

Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 5-6

Drain and discard liquid and onions. Shred pork with two forks.

Return to crock pot. Add one full bottle Stubb’s Original BBQ Sauce, 7 tbsp. brown sugar and 1 ½ Tbsp. Paprika. Cook on low for 2 hours.

Serve with buns or tortillas. Leftovers make great enchiladas too!

Click HERE for a ton of Stubb's recipes including Slow Cooker Beef Dip Hoagies, Grilled BBQ Pizza, Texas Pecan Burgers and many more!


To enter this giveaway:

Post your favorite BBQ or tailgating dish to share with friends in the comments section below.  I will randomly pick the 5 winners on Monday, October 22 at 2:00 pm and will post the winning usernames soon after 2:00. Good luck!



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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Oct 22, 2012

    We have our 5 randomly chosen winners of the Stubb's BBQ sauce coupons! There are:

    3boys3 wrote: “have to have my Grandma's yummy potato salad!”

    rwagner23 wrote: “BBQ Sauce is good on just about anything”

    jrmassengil wrote: “Bar-B-q pork chops”

    aeferrell wrote: “bbq pork chops”

    mmillswilson wrote: “While this is super simple, my husband grills his beef hot dogs and adds bbq sauce. Everyone loves it!”

    If you are one of the winners above, please send me an e-mail at saving@smartspendingresources.com to claim your freebie!

    Thanks to all for entering and a big thanks to Stubb's for offering the free product coupons!

  • Sparkler789 Oct 22, 2012

    Grilled vegetable kabobs are my favorite with baked beans on the side. Thanks for the contest!

  • llclick69 Oct 21, 2012

    Rib-eye's marinated in Stubb’s moppin’ sauce

  • thestella2 Oct 19, 2012

    kabobs are a favorite

  • 1229lsmith Oct 18, 2012

    baby back ribs

  • cooper70 Oct 18, 2012

    Pork or chicken in the crock pot with some bbq sauce

  • moo Oct 18, 2012

    My favorite is fruit kabobs...simple, fun and delicious!

  • lswiggins Oct 18, 2012

    Crockpot barbecue has to be my favorite.

  • mmillswilson Oct 18, 2012

    While this is super simple, my husband grills his beef hot dogs and adds bbq sauce. Everyone loves it!

  • lorawatson Oct 18, 2012

    I dont tailgate, but I love to cook out. We use our grill all year. I love the traditional cookout foods, bbq chicken, burgers, potatoe salad, baked beans and deviled eggs.