Pay R260 for a popcorn machine from Zuma Trading (save 57%)
- Save 57% on a popcorn machine
- Enjoy popcorn-fuelled movie nights in your lounge
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for one month
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to redeem your Groupon or call 011 784 4444
- Delivery costs included for Johanesburg region only
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Terms & Conditions apply
- Limited number available
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Popcorn machine dimensions: 33cm x 25cm
Whether it’s green eggs and ham, amusement parks and candy floss or public holidays and sleeping, there are certain things in life that are just designed to complement each other. Never deprive yourself by watching a movie without popcorn again with today’s Groupon: a popcorn machine for R260 from Zuma Trading.
It’s true though; watching a movie without dipping your paws into a big ol’ box of buttery popcorn is like watching an opera in a parking lot or eating sweets with no sugar in them – there’s just something missing. That’s why the lovely folk at Zuma Trading are bringing to you an architectural wonder, nay, the goddess of all gadgets; a kernel-combusting movie-moment-making popcorn machine to keep in your very own kitchen.
Whether you’re hiding under the covers for a horror, convulsing over a comedy or dreading the end of a good drama, your nifty little popcorn prince will keep you well-stocked with enough popped-to-perfection treats to last you a movie marathon. Simple to use and with no need for butter or oil, your popcorn will not only be fresh and tasty, but it will be less fattening. Fire engine-red and fitted with little wheels, the popcorn machine adds a retro feel to any room, and is the perfect touch to add to party.
Popping-mad fact: The first batch of popcorn was made in the prehistoric age when a pack of dinosaurs raided a corn store and accidently spilled a bag of corn over their fire. To this day, archeologists are still finding fossilized pieces of popcorn.