White Castle offering Slider shipments during holidays

Nov. 26, 2012

White Castle's HouseofCrave.com website has introduced new merchandise in time for the holiday season. With prices starting at $4, items include men's, women's and children's apparel, coolers, golf balls, electronic accessories such as car chargers, and gift cards.

Also, for the holiday shopping season only, shoppers can earn a $5 promo card with the purchase of $25 in gift cards.

"White Castle's holiday gifts are fun and affordable to buy for every Craver on the shopping list," said Jamie Richardson, vice president at White Castle. "Our House of Crave online store offers a variety of items that can be given as small gifts or stocking stuffers."

Additionally, for a limited time only, White Castle is offering to have Sliders shipped overnight anywhere in the continental United States. Choose from Original, Cheese or Jalapeno Sliders in quantities of 36, 60 or 84. Shoppers can order a gift box at White Castle's HouseofCrave.com.

Today, White Castle is offering a Cyber Monday special through midnight. All House of Crave orders, excluding frozen products, will include free ground shipping.

White Castle ornaments are available for $7.50 each. The ornament comes in a gift box with a gold cord tie. The ornaments are available while supplies last.

Other White Castle stocking stuffers for $15 or less (plus shipping and handling) include:

  • Stainless Steel Tumbler, $10
  • Drawstring Sport Bag, $10
  • Bio-washed Baseball Caps, $15
  • Acrylic Tumbler with Straw, $10
  • Winter Knit Hat, $15
  • By the Sackful cookbook, $15

Angus chili rolls out

Also, White Castle announced the return of its Angus Chili, made with 100-percent Angus steak. French fries topped with Angus Chili are also available.

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