Samichalus's Swiss-mas Sack
Samichalus's Swiss-mas Sack
Samichalus's Swiss-mas Sack
Samichalus's Swiss-mas Sack

What is Swiss-mas? 

It's August 1st, the 171st birthday of Switzerland. To help celebrate, Swiss-Christmas has come early to KommandoStore. Today we're doubling your dollar with a ridiculous deal. Earn double your order in store credit... or peanuts.

Why?

For those of you who grew up outside of Switzerland, Swiss-mas is a little different than what you might be used to. Santa or Samichlaus, is a jolly red-robed man who distributes presents, peanuts, and cheer to good boys and girls. So far, so good... 

The script deviates a bit when it comes to Schmutzli, Santa's black robed "helper." Considering what Schmutzli actually does "Santa's mob enforcer" is probably closer to the truth. You see, when Swiss Santa comes across a bad child, it becomes Schmutzli's job to punish them.

Nicknamed "Father Whip" in the French speaking parts of Switzerland, Schmutzli beats and kidnaps children who misbehave---presumably carrying them off to work in a sweatshop or mine... I haven't quite figured out what happens to the abducted children. 
Regardless, Swiss Christmas is decidedly more "Trick or Treat" than your run of the mill holiday.

Inside The Sack:

So in the spirit of Swiss Christmas, we are happy to introduce Samichalus's Sack. A unique and highly rewarding product, only available on Switzerland's birthday.

Sack Size  Samichalus (50% Chance) Schmutzli (50% Chance)
$24.99 $50 Gift Card $50 of BBQ Peanuts (12 bags)
$49.99 $100 Gift Card $100 of BBQ Peanuts (24 bags)
$25 Swiss Expanding Case
$99.99 $200 Gift Card $200 of BBQ Peanuts (47 bags)
Exclusive Alpenflage Totebag*

*Useful when carrying around your massive 17.6 lbs of peanuts

Samichalus's Swiss-mas Sack

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What is Swiss-mas? 

It's August 1st, the 171st birthday of Switzerland. To help celebrate, Swiss-Christmas has come early to KommandoStore. Today we're doubling your dollar with a ridiculous deal. Earn double your order in store credit... or peanuts.

Why?

For those of you who grew up outside of Switzerland, Swiss-mas is a little different than what you might be used to. Santa or Samichlaus, is a jolly red-robed man who distributes presents, peanuts, and cheer to good boys and girls. So far, so good... 

The script deviates a bit when it comes to Schmutzli, Santa's black robed "helper." Considering what Schmutzli actually does "Santa's mob enforcer" is probably closer to the truth. You see, when Swiss Santa comes across a bad child, it becomes Schmutzli's job to punish them.

Nicknamed "Father Whip" in the French speaking parts of Switzerland, Schmutzli beats and kidnaps children who misbehave---presumably carrying them off to work in a sweatshop or mine... I haven't quite figured out what happens to the abducted children. 
Regardless, Swiss Christmas is decidedly more "Trick or Treat" than your run of the mill holiday.

Inside The Sack:

So in the spirit of Swiss Christmas, we are happy to introduce Samichalus's Sack. A unique and highly rewarding product, only available on Switzerland's birthday.

Sack Size  Samichalus (50% Chance) Schmutzli (50% Chance)
$24.99 $50 Gift Card $50 of BBQ Peanuts (12 bags)
$49.99 $100 Gift Card $100 of BBQ Peanuts (24 bags)
$25 Swiss Expanding Case
$99.99 $200 Gift Card $200 of BBQ Peanuts (47 bags)
Exclusive Alpenflage Totebag*

*Useful when carrying around your massive 17.6 lbs of peanuts
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Two-chambered Russian Roulette

I got the peanuts, which when it comes to Russian Roulette-style bets, is a lot better than being shot in the head. I will enjoy consuming them mindlessly until I look down at an empty bag and question my entire life.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Puts the "sale" in "wholesale lunacy".

I bought 3, and ended up with a few pounds of nuts, and more money than I started with. Well, more in store credit, but let's be honest, that's where the cash was going anyway.

Don't buy too many, or Ivan might go out of business.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Gift card

I got a gift card worth twice what i payed. They payed me to place an order and leave a review.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great deal

I bought money, i'm pretty sure this could be considered laundering by just that definition

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Rated 4 out of 5
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Got Nutted

I was delighted and horrified to realize i had spent $50 on 24 bags of delicious seasoned peanuts, rather than receive a wild shopping spree of milsurp.

The nut meme pasted to the outside of the hefty box of nuts was the sweet cherry that made this greasy slop sunday palatable.

A real journey of emotions, would get nutted again.

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