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    Excalibur's Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub has achieved Gold Label status, which means that it is a top-selling, crowd favorite, and best-selling seasoning. It stands above all seasonings as simply the best. Learn how get your free Excalibur Ultimate Steak & Roast Shaker!

    Get Your Free Shaker

    Excalibur’s Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub has achieved Gold Label status, which means that it is a top-selling, crowd favorite, and best-selling seasoning. It stands above all seasonings as simply the best.

    To celebrate its Gold Label status, we’ll be giving away a free shaker of the Excalibur’s Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub to anyone who orders $25 or more at waltonsinc.com until March 31st, 2018. Simply use the coupon code ULTIMATE18 in your shopping cart to automatically add a free seasoning shaker on any order over $25!

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    Then, once you get your Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub or if you already have a shaker, you can share a picture, video, or recipe using Excalibur’s Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub and Walton’s will give you another 10% off your next order at waltonsinc.com. To get your 10% off coupon, simply visit waltonsinc.com/ultimate and choose 1 of 4 ways to share your entry. You can share a picture of the seasoning or recipe on Facebook or Instagram and tag the post with the hashtag #UltimateGoesGold, or you can upload a video of a recipe using Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub to YouTube, or you can post a photo and recipe on the Bragging Board on our Meatgistics website. And, if you share a photo, video, or recipe, we just might feature you in future content from Walton’s as well! Entries will be accepted for a 10% off coupon until April 30, 2018. 10% off coupons will be valid until May 31, 2018.

    Versatiliy

    Ultimate Steak & Roast Rub is good on so many more things than just meat! We use it on many different vegetables, hard boiled and scrambled eggs and even as a salad dressing! What have you used it on that we might not have tried yet? Let us know!

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