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Freebie Corner: Free engraved key chains for Brides-to-Be at Things Remembered

Are you done with your taxes? If so, it's time to celebrate with theseTax Day freebies

If you're a bride-to-be, you can pick yourself up a free keychain with your new name on it. RSVP to the in-store event and show them your relationship status on Facebook to get yours. 

I recommend to everyone who has a smart phone to download the 7 Eleven app, there's a freebie this week (plus, they offer freebies often).

This week there's a little bit of something for everyone including your four-legged friend.

 

Freebie #1: LEGO Instruction Download - Here's something for those who don't have LEGO store near them or can't attend the in-store LEGO Builds. LEGO offers downloadable instructions for the item they built at the stores each month. They post the instructions after the monthly class and only the current month is available for download.

Freebie #2: Get your monthly samples from Betty Crocker and Pillsbury by signing up for their newsletters. You'll get an email every month when the sample offer goes live. Each site offers 10,000 free product samples each month. Membership to both sites are free.

Click here to sign up for Pillsbury

Click Here to sign up for Betty Crocker

Freebie #3: Check your 7 Eleven app to get free Snickerdoodles. You can grab a free 4.5oz bag of Chex Mix Snickerdoodle. Offer expires 4/14/13. Offer is located under the "$." If you don't have
this app on your phone, GET IT! They offer freebies often, App is available for free in iTunes App Store orGoogle Play.

Freebie #4: Four Airborne Samples - Fill in the form to get your samples. After submitting the form, the next page will ask if you want to sign up for three offers. Check "NO" next to all three and submit again.

Freebie #5: Finish Quantum with Power Gel Sample - Fill in the form to get your sample. It may take a bit for the form to submit.

Freebie #6: Gain Sample - You have to watch their Facebook wall to see when the offer is live. On their Facebook wall: "Our new Original scent Fireworks boost the scent of your detergent for up 12 weeks & we want to give you 12 chances at a free sample - Stay tuned!"

Freebie #7: Keychain for Brides to Be at Things Remembered 4/13 & 4/14 -  Things Remembered posted an event: "Brides To Be - Visit A Things Remembered Store on Saturday April 13th and Sunday April 14th, and get a Personalized Gift From Us - Your New Name Engraved on a FREE Key Chain Tag! RSVP to the Nationwide Event today. Are you engaged? Join us at your local Things Remembered for an exclusive event April 13th & 14th. Show your Facebook status as ENGAGED on your phone or in a printout and receive our gift to you: your new name engraved on a FREE key chain. We'll even use one of our premium fonts to make it stand out even more."

Freebie #8Single Dose Vectra 3D Flea & Tick Treatment - "Protecting your dog from the dangers of fleas and ticks has gotten easier. Presenting the First Dose Free program for all Vectra products. Click on the link below, fill out the form, find your personal Vectra Vet clinic and download your coupon for a free dose of Vectra®. There is no purchase required. Just take your downloaded coupon to your Vectra® Vet to redeem your first tube, free!' You have to pick up the freebie at the vet office.

DEAL: It's not free, but it's close!  $1 Flip Flop Sale at JCPenney - Stock up! The sale starts in stores Friday, April 12th!

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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