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There's nothing that'll make your day
more than getting something for free. These
days there's a large variety of ways to get
free stuff. Freebies can range from free
e-mail addresses to free t-shirts to free
food. If you're having the freebie blues,
here's a list of ways to find your freebie-
I'm always anxious to get the Sunday
morning newspaper so I can look through
the Sunday coupons. Occasionally you will
find a coupon that's good for a free item -
no strings attached. Usually, it's buy one,
get one free. In addition, I like to look out for
those $1 or $2 off coupons. If it's
double riple coupon week at your local
grocery store, those coupons get you so much
money off that the item ends up being free.
Rebates these days are actually more
common on the internet. Cyberrebate.com
used to be the most popular rebate site,
but it recently went out of business. There
are other 100% rebates out there! Just go
to a search engine and type in "100% rebate".
All you have to do is buy the item, then
send in the rebate. You'll get your money
**Wondering how the company can afford
to do this? They over-price the item. Then
they wait for some lazy bums to forget to
send in the rebate. Cha-ching! They've just
made a lot of money because someone forgot
to ask for their money back. But the pricing
shouldn't matter, just as long as YOU send in
Most (if not all) grocery stores have
free food samples on display. The store I go
to always has cupcakes out for free. Yummy!
So when you're cruising down the aisles, look
out for those free apple juice or cookie
Also, some stores have a policy that I
love: "If the item rings up at the wrong price,
you get that item for FREE!" I always check
the prices as the cashier is scanning my items.
Nothing's better than a free bag of M&M's (or
any other item)!
Anywhere you go on the internet, you're
bound to find a free service. There are
millions of free e-mail addresses out there
waiting for you to sign up.
Here are the most popular ones:
In addition, you can get tons of cool
information, recipes, tips, and so forth
sent to your e-mail box for free!
Here are some newsletters I would recommend:
*Daily News, Weather.. - http://www.infobeat.com
*Humor, Beauty Tips.. - http://www.shagmail.com
*Cool Websites.. - http://www.linkydinky.com
PRODUCT SAMPLES (the real freebies!)
This category is my favorite. Several
companies like to offer free product samples
to get you interested in what they're selling.
This means they'll send you something 100% free!
No shipping/handling charges, no work required!
They can do this because they get advertisers
to pay them, and the company also hopes you will
comeback and buy their product. There are sites
on the internet that list freebie offers.
These are my picks:
*The Panda Pages - http://www.pandapages.f2s.com
*Daily Freebies - http://www.dailyfreebies.com
*Totally Freebies - http://www.totallyfreebies.com
The key is to always keep your eyes open!
The list could go on and on, but I thought I'd
give you the gist. Enjoy your freebie hunt!
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