Freebies are fabulous! The best ones are the freebies that come from your favorite fast food place. You are likely to be visiting there anyway, so why not pick up something for free? In this blog, I have a couple of tasty freebies (and a bunch of random ones, too).
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is giving away a free cup of Anniversary Blend coffee or tea on Wednesday, January 30, 2013. They are celebrating their 50th Anniversary. No coupon is required – just arrive and enjoy.
Quiznos has a coupon for a free cookie, no purchase required. This coupon is valid on one day, only: February 14, 2013.
Seattle’s Best Coffee is having a sweepstakes. Visit their Facebook page, and click “like”. Wait for Punxsutawney Phil, the most famous groundhog of them all, to come out of his burrow on February 2, 2013. If he sees his shadow, it means that there will be six more weeks of Winter. It also means that a few people will win a free cup of coffee.
IHOP will be celebrating National Pancake Day on February 5, 2013. Stop in and get a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes. In return, they ask for you to consider leaving a donation for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Nescafe is giving away a free sample of their Nescafe Memento. To get this freebie, you must visit their Facebook page and click “like”.
LEGO is having a free in-store event on February 5, 2013. Visit your LEGO store on that day at 5:00. P.M.. Your child (who is between the ages of 6 and 14) can participate in a Mini Model Build. This time, it will be a mini log cabin.
Lowe’s will have their next free Kid’s Clinic on February 9, 2013. Build a “Wheel of Love”. It is a Valentine’s Day inspired project. It spins, and a Valentine’s Day message is revealed when it stops. You must register in order for your child to attend this free event.
Valspar paint is giving away coupon for a free sample of their paint. To get it, you must click “like” on their Facebook page. This freebie ends on January 30, 2013, or “while supplies last”. Valspar will give away up to 150,000 8 ounce paint samples.
Image by Ged Carroll on Flickr