Porno Company Offers Coupon So Comcast Viewers Can Finish Watching

Were you enjoing the free porno that Comcast provided during the Super Bowl? Would you like to finish watching it? Well, the maker of the film is offering a $10 coupon so that you can.

“We feel really bad for the customers that were just getting into it when Comcast rudely switched back to the football game before the clip could really get going,” Kim Kysar, a spokeswoman for the company, said in a news release.

To get your free coupon, go to www.iPinkVisualPass.com and entering ‘pornbowl’ into the promo code box.

Porn firm offers ‘discount’ over Super Bowl interruption [AZ Star]

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  1. edebaby says:

    PornTastic!

    • Oranges w/ Cheese says:

      @edebaby: As much as the picture above seems a play on words with “porn” and “comcast” I think you’re right – isn’t it supposed to be porntastic?

  2. Sandlapper says:

    Brilliant marketing.

    However, I’ve heard, that if you look very hard, somewhere on the internet, porn is now free.

  3. HFC says:

    That’s some great marketing. Much cheaper than if they had paid for an ad during the Super Bowl.

  4. Chongo says:

    SFW?

    /just kidding

  5. Ash78 ain't got time to bleed says:

    If I wanted to see a screen full of professional d*ck, I would have watched the Super Bowl.

  6. metaled says:

    Someone on the AZ Star newspaper commented that it is useless since the porn came through on an ANALOG ONLY feed signl during the game, but to use the coupon you would have to upgrade your comcast service to the higher priced Digital Service. Same as here, you can’t get the Pay per view/On-Demand items unless you have a digital box. So the coupon is useless to those that actually saw it during the game on ANALOG cable, unless comcast sales is working with the porno company! hehehe

    • uncooperative says:

      @metaled: Well, it would be totally useless if the porno provider restricted the coupon to analog subscribers. But they’re not, so digital subscribers are in luck even though they weren’t the ones left hanging.

    • DonnieZ says:

      @metaled:

      That’s an interesting statement. Watch the video that has been circulating the net and you will see while she’s trying to “dislodge the cannon” the “Recording Finished” banner from the Comcast DVR is on the screen.

      Obviously one guy got to see it while he was on Digital.

      I think it did only affect the standard def feed though.

    • David Brodbeck says:

      @metaled: Well, Comcast *is* in the process of switching to digital-only, so if they wait a bit…

    • Southern says:

      @metaled: The way I understood it, the “problem” occured on STANDARD DEFINITION channels provided by Comcast, not the “HD” or “High Definition” channels. Had nothing to do with “Analog” or “Digital”.

      Which would make sense, since Comcast doesn’t broadcast over analog anyway, they’re a *cable* company.

      • Anonymous says:

        @Southern: That makes no sense. The resolution doesn’t act as the determinator of which signal you get, only the signal source (analog/digital). The fact that it _only_ happened on SD implies that it was the analog source. The digital source can be SD or HD once viewed on a TV, but the output is still from the same source and logically the same.

      • ribex says:

        @Southern: I am not Comcast customer, but Cox (which would have made sooooo much more sense as the cable company for which the glitch should have appeared on), has analog cable and digital cable. They’re two separate services. Does Comcast no longer offer analog cable anywhere in the country at all, and in particular, this media market in question?

      • metaled says:

        @Southern: I have standard in most rooms and digital in my livingroom. The digital cable does not have the HD channels unless I have an HD TV and upgrade to the HD Digital Box (TW CABLE, FREE HD), otherwise the digital cable is just that, all the standard service plus about 100 more channels and the option for PPV and On Demand features
        The Analog cable has no box, just goes strait into the TV, using the TV’s ANALOG tuner to change channels… Without the need for the Digital Decoder box.

  7. tc4b says:

    That’s such genius marketing, I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the employee who made the original ‘mistake’ was a plant from the porn company.

  8. trademarked67 says:

    So, is Comc*ck, er Comcast, going to be repremanded by the FCC like CBS was for Janet’s wardrobe malfunction? I haven’t paid that much attention – has there been an uproar in AZ over this?

  9. JustinAche says:

    Great marketing department

  10. Torgonius wants an edit button says:

    Raise you hand if you saw this coming.

    Jeez, I feel ashamed now.

  11. PittDragon says:

    I love how Comcast is being classified as “rude”, genius.

    Is it bad though that I see “How’s my driving?” To be dirty now?

  12. tbax929 says:

    I’m one of those Tucson viewers who got the Super Bowl porn. People here are still talking about it, and they offered a $10 credit to anyone who called and complained, which we happily accepted. I have a friend who lives here who works for Pink Visual, which I didn’t realize until now was the company behind this.

  13. Corporate-Shill says:

    Have a fun time explaining your “discrete brown envelope” containing the coupon to your wife.

  14. admiral_stabbin says:

    People pay for porn? Ha! Now THAT is amusing…

  15. Randy Treibel says:

    This appears to be a scam for free advertising? The membership is 19.95 and the $10 off brings it to 9.95 which is probably a base price anyways. So i don’t get where the deal is here? I don’t even think that this may be the company behind the pron. Just someone being opportunistic about things.

    • Anonymous says:

      @Randy Treibel: Oh heck yeah it’s a scam. That company has nothing to do with the movie what-so-ever.

      The actual film is called “Wild Cherries 5″ it’s distributed by Metro Interactive and that scene is the fifth and final scene of that movie.

    • shepd says:

      @Randy Treibel:

      - $10 off your Comcast service (when you phone and complain)
      + $19.95 for porn service, on your comcast bill
      – $10 for porn service coupon
      ——-
      – $0.05. Or, you will earn 5 cents for viewing porn for a month.

  16. maztec says:

    Okay, that is absolutely awesome customer service.

  17. papahoth says:

    Beautiful. Just as they lead in use of new Internet technology, they evidently understand how to market and make their cutomers happy.

  18. scoosdad says:

    Is there any update as to how the porn broacast came to be? Come on, Frank/Comcastcares, what can you tell us?

  19. thewriteguy says:

    $10 is not enough. A lap dance or back-alley blowjob goes for $20 at least.

  20. FuryOfFirestorm says:

    I took them on their offer, but the ‘money shot’ was interupted by 2 minutes of Super Bowl footage!

  21. winstonthorne says:

    At least someone in that situation has a sense of humor. I love the porn industry.

  22. lestat730 says:

    lol, that is awesome!

  23. Vernon William Wenberg III says:

    So what was the name of the flick that they showed?

  24. banmojo says:

    This is funny as shit. Good way to profit off someone else’s crime utilizing your product. I guess. Not anti pron, just … don’t know, this is kinda shady. Pron NOT appropriate during superbowl, of that I’m certain. Not prudish either, but 4-10 y.o. crowd ALSO watches superbowl, which makes this … shady.