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Freebie Corner: Download app and get free coffee at 7 Eleven

I hope everyone had a great Valentines Day! With another holiday out of the way, we can get back to some great freebie offers. 

Ladies, you can grab a free box of hair color of your choice from Cream of Nature. For the coffee lovers out there, when you download an app for your smart phone, you can get a free cup of coffee. 

Sam's Club members, you have a freebie too (make sure your have your membership number to snag this freebie). If you're lucky enough to live in the warm climate of NC, GA or FL, EVOS has a free burger or wrap waiting for you. If that's not for you, they have a couple of BOGO offers too! 

Freebie #1:
 Cream of Nature Exotic Shine Color - This sounds like a random drawing for hair color. It says on their Facebook page: "What shade would you like to receive if selected?" It also states, "While Supplies Last," so it's not very clear about the offer.

Freebie #2:
 Escada "Cherry in the Air" Fragrance Sample - Choose your county, then fill in the form, there are other samples available there too!

Freebie #3:
 Choice of Free Food at EVOS - If you live in Florida, North Carolina or Georgia you can get a free burger or wrap at your local EVOS. "Like" their Facebook and enter your name and email. Print the next page and take it to EVOS to get the freebie. Locations. Printable expires 2/20/13. Offer under the "RAK Offer" tab. If you don't want the freebie, you can also choose a BOGO for a salad or EVOS meal.

Freebie #4:
 Fekkai Technician Color Care Sample for Sam's Club Members - Membership number required. Scroll down the page and click on the blue "Get Sample" button (in a little pink box) near the bottom right.

Freebie #5:
 Medium Coffee at 7 Eleven with App Download - Download the free app for 7 Eleven and get a free coffee. The app also has other coupons and deals to use at 7 Eleven stores. The free coffee offer expires 2/28.

Freebie #6:
 Natures Made Vitamelts Sample - Offer from Target. Click on "Request Sample" to get the form. FYI: Sometimes Target's site runs very slow, you may have to wait a bit for a page.

Jackie lives in Seattle, her blog is Free Hot Samples. Where there are hundreds of freebies and deals up for grabs.

(Source: Savings.com)


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