Freebies for Games, Music, and More!

iPad and iPhoneThere are many ways to save money, but none beat getting stuff for free! The trick to making that work is to find the freebies before they disappear. Since most are not heavily advertized, this can require a little luck and a whole lot of effort. Check out this blog for a quick look at a bunch of freebies that I found today.

Plants Vs Zombies HD is currently being offered as a free download for iPad. It requires iOS 3.2 or later. According to the Tweet sent out today by @PlantsvsZombies, this offer is good until February 28, 2013.

Monsters, Inc. Run is also being offered as a free download for both iPad and iPhone. It requires iOS 5.0 or later. The app is optimized for iPhone 5. This is a cute little game based on the Disney movie called “Monsters, Inc.”. It doesn’t say when this freebie will end, so you may want to grab it right away.

Quality Health is giving away free Breast Cancer Awareness Wristbands. They are a lovely shade of pink. To get this freebie, you must visit their website and enter your zip code. You must be at least 18, and live in the United States, to get this freebie. There is a limit of 1 free wristband per customer.

Google Play has a free download of the popular song “Rehab” by Amy Winehouse. It doesn’t say how long this freebie will be available. has 89 Kid’s Songs that you can download for free! Again, it doesn’t say exactly how long these freebie are available. You can listen to a sample of each Kid Song before you download it. Pick and choose your favorites, or download them all!

Progressive Insurance will give you a free “Just Married” sign for your car! To get this freebie, go to their website and type in the details about “the happy couple”. (Including the first name of each spouse, and the wedding date). Let them know where to mail the sign to. Such a cute idea!

Gevalia has a free sample of their coffee in K-Cups. To get this freebie, you must click “like” on their Facebook page. After that, you can request a free sample of their single serve K-Cups.

Image by Sean MacEntee on Flickr