Take Advantage of these Nong Shim Instant Rebates

June 2nd, 2010 · 11 Comments

Nongshim Award Winning-Fresh Udon- Item#125376 is on Instant Rebate for limited time in the Bay Area Region. You get 6 delicious bowls for Only 9.64 reduced from $12.89. Limited time- now to 6/6!
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Nongshim Award Winning-Hot Spicy Bowl Noodle-Item#373117 is on IRC (Instant Rebate Coupon) for limited time in the Mid West Region. You get 12 delicious bowls for Only 5.99 from $7.99. Limited time-now to 6-5!
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Nongshim Award Winning-Fresh Udon- Item#125376 is now available in the South East Region.  Limited time only!
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New Yorker, take advantage of the Nongshim Award Winning-Shin Ramyun-Item#511864 will be on IRC (Instant Rebate Coupon) for limited time in the North East Region. You get 20 delicious packs for only 9.99 from $12.99. Limited time only 6-7 to 7-4!
Nongshim Costco Roadshow

Nongshim at Costco

I recently heard from the people at Nong Shim, a Korean noodle and snack company, about some instant coupon offers they have going on at Costco in the next month or so.  Nong Shim is a global food manufacturing company, based in Korea (the good guy side) with products in over 183 countries today.  They produce a variety of noodle bowls, like udon, as well as snacks, like shrimp crackers.  Some of their products have been in the US market for well over three decades and today they even have a state of the art facility in California.  They say that they are “committed to being a game changer in the convenient food industry: the next Samsung of the instant noodle business.”

Nong Shim items have been in Costco for many years in limited locations in multiple regions.  However, this year they have gained quite a bit of momentum where the items mentioned below have been expanded in selected full regions.  They’ve also done a couple of roadshows, so you might shop at one of the lucky Costco’s where you could sample their noodles.

Nong Shim Hot & Spicy Noodles

Nong Shim Hot & Spicy Noodles

I like the lunchtime convenience of the instant noodle items and Dave and I have both bought similar instant noodle things to take to work over the years.  They’re fast and easy to make, you don’t have to worry about them going bad in your desk, and they’re often really yummy.

  • Hot & Spicy Noodle Bowl -Item#373117 is on Instant Rebate  for limited time in the Midwest Region. You get 12 delicious bowls for only $5.99 (regularly $7.99). Limited time-now to June 5!
  • Japanese Style Udon Noodle Soup – Item#125376 is on Instant Rebate for limited time in the Bay Area Region. You get 6 delicious bowls for just $9.64 (reduced from $12.89). Limited time- now to June 6!
  • Japanese Style Udon Noodle Soup

    Japanese Style Udon Noodle Soup

    Japanese Style Udon Noodle Soup – Item#125376 is now available in the South East Region.  Limited time only!

  • Shin Ramyun -Item#511864 will be on Instant Rebate for limited time in the North East Region. You get 20 delicious packs for only $9.99 (regularly $12.99). Limited time offer from June 7 to July 4!

So, if you’re looking to try some instant noodle bowls, this is a good time to pick some of these up.  Or, if you’ve already tried them and love them, you should consider stocking up.  The Hot & Spicy bowls sound like an incredibly good deal at just $5.99 for 12 bowls, that’s just $0.50 per bowl!

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11 Responses so far ↓

  1. 1 RL // 2010.06.05 at 8:24 pm

    Kimberly, did you find this in the UK costco?

    • 2 Kimberly // 2010.06.07 at 1:56 am

      RL, I looked yesterday when I was at Costco and they don’t have the Nong Shim noodles. They have a couple of other types of noodles but none looked very similar even.

  2. 3 XUP // 2010.06.04 at 9:09 am

    So 2,042 mg of salt in one bowl?? Holy crappola. That’s even higher than I would have expected. We’re generally advised to keep our sodium intake to less than 2,300 mg per day (1 tsp) or under 1500 if we are prone to high blood pressure. One way to mitigate all that salt (and water doesn’t really do it) is to consume a higher amount of potassium along with the soup.

  3. 4 tle // 2010.06.03 at 7:44 pm

    One package.
    Serving size is 1/2 bowl, so double all calories, fat…
    Calories 190, fat calories 65, Total fat 7g,Sodium 1021mg 40% of daily serving, total carb 28g, fiber 1g, protein 4g.
    As you can see, if you eat one package you get almost 80% of allowable sodium intake. Drink lots of water. Also there is an Asian telltale that too much of these cup of noodle will cause you to loose hair!

  4. 5 XUP // 2010.06.03 at 7:33 am

    Not to be a wet blanket, but I find the salt content of most of these instant noodle dishes way too high. Do you happen to know how much is in these?

    • 6 Kimberly // 2010.06.03 at 8:03 am

      Xup, I agree with you and find that the sodium is often very high too. But I usually just don’t add the whole flavor packets to them & hope that cuts down on the salt a bit. I don’t have the nutritional info for these. Maybe one of the other commenters that has tried them can share that info.

  5. 7 Jennifer Atkinson // 2010.06.02 at 8:58 pm

    Excellent information. Thanks!

  6. 8 Maria S // 2010.06.02 at 8:10 pm

    The Hot & Spicy are a “10” on the heat scale – just don’t use the whole packet of spices. These are great noodles. Too bad I can’t eat them anymore! MSG gives me migraines :-(

  7. 9 tle // 2010.06.02 at 4:09 pm

    I usually put in a third boiling chicken broth with water and add about half of the flavor package. The whole package in will sear your tongue and has way too much salt for your health. I can eat spices but when the Korean says Hot and Spicy, watch out!

  8. 10 Jennifer Atkinson // 2010.06.02 at 4:04 pm

    Regarding the Hot & Spicy Noodle bowl – does anyone have an opinion of how spicy they are? We like spicy food, but not the spiciest. For example, at our favorite Thai restaurant, we order our food at level 6 or 7 (out of 10) for spiciness. Thanks!

  9. 11 Jean // 2010.06.02 at 12:13 pm

    I only like their “Kimchi Ramyun”… It is spicier than that Shin Ramyun.

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