I’m a single dude with absolutely zero prospects of starting a family any time soon and yet I just requested free Bellamins prenatal vitamins. I think I need an intervention.
The confirmation page reads “Because of huge demand you must confirm your sample request to be placed in queue. Expect this confirmation email to arrive within 24 hrs.” So make sure to use your freebie email!
Saturday, May 2 is the annual free comic book day! All you have to do is stop by your nearest location and pick one up for … the kids at home? Surrrrre it’s for them.
Sign up for a free pollinator poster as long as you don’t mind the bottom imitating a Nascar hood!
You can either pay $1.30 per song or download the entire Motley Crew greatest hits album for free. Tough choice.
I’ve located another free Huggies Little Snugglers diapers sample just in case your little one happens to go to the bathroom more than once a month.
Geez, I’ve heard about school starting earlier and earlier, but these free Simply Right diapers and wipes are going too far. In my day, parents waited until their kid could at least crawl before teaching them the difference between right and left.
I lumped these free Huggies Little Snugglers diapers into a long post this summer, but they’re still available and we’re in the middle of a freebie drought. See, even freebies can be reused. Unlike real diapers. That’d be gross.
This freebie was originally posted on March 29, 2013 and is still available.
The free cabinet latch kit from Home Made Simple (which I don’t remember previously posting) arrived this week and is still available. Anybody else plan on using theirs as part of an April Fools prank? I’m going to latch my friend’s kitchen cabinet closed then wait for him to get confused and steal a kidney. Hilarious!
EDIT: A lot of Hiffers are saying the links not working, but it is for me. Maybe try copy/pasting?
These free NY aquarium animal stickers are a bit too much of a commitment for me. I don’t know if I truly heart walruses. I more right lung them.
This offer was originally posted on May 7, 2013 and is back for another year!
EDIT: Well crap.
If your child is a fan of reading, then 1) good job! and 2) you can get them a free copy of Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus by joining their Kids’ Reading Club. This is one of those “while supplies last” kind of deals, so there’s no telling if they have any books left or not.
[thanks Common Sense with Money!]