Freebies are fun! There is no better way to be frugal than to figure out how to legally get something for free. Sure, it’s usually a small sample of a particular product (instead of the full size). That’s ok! It is a good way to try out something new without having to invest actual money into it. Here are some freebies that you can go get right now!
Disney will give you a free Disney Parks Vacation Planning DVD. This is great for families who are thinking about taking a Disney vacation this summer. To get this freebie, you must fill out the form on the Disney website. This freebie is only available to United States and Canadian households.
Nescafe has a free sample of Nescafe Taster’s Choice. To get this freebie, you must visit their website and fill out the Sample Request Form. The Sample pack includes 6 Nescafe Taster’s Choice stick packs. Allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery.
Target has a free sample of John Frieda Luxurious Volume. To get this sample, go to the Target samples page and click the button that says “Request Sample”. You will then need to fill out the survey that pops up. The answers you give will determine if you qualify for this freebie.
John Frieda has a freebie that it is offering to a least some of the people who fill out a survey. Visit their website, and fill out the survey. Doing so will give you the chance to win a “special offer”. I’ve no idea what, exactly, the freebie is of (other than it is one of their products).
Redken has free samples of 2 of their products. To get this freebie, you must visit the Redken website and fill out the survey that appears. I’m not sure exactly what products you will be given free samples of.
Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy will give you a free sample of their Clear Hair Care. To get this sample, you must visit their Facebook page and click “like”. Next, you need to click on the “Right End Sweeps” tab to enter a chance to win one of 1,000 exclusive Right End Hair Revolution totes. You cannot get the freebie unless you enter the Sweeps. This freebie is available to the first 165,000 requests, only.
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