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!]
It seems the Free Comic Book Day always sneaks up on me. It’s like a pissed-off landlord, but instead of hounding us for the rent, it’ll give us a free comic book on Saturday, May 3, at participating locations. In unrelated news, I wonder if my landlord accepts comic books as a form of payment.
You’ll need to copy and paste the link below to snag the following freebies:
- Three free Huggies Snug & Dry Plus diapers
- One free pack of Huggies Natural Care Plus wipes
So, yeah, if that sounds like something you could use then here’s the link! It’s branded with a Costco logo, but there’s no entry field for a Membership ID so I’m fairly certain this is open to everybody.
This freebie was originally posted on Dec 2, 2008 (!!!) and is available again.
I could have sworn I’d posted this free TNT Fireworks Club offer since I distinctly remember getting it a year ago, but I guess I never did. I’ve even still got one of the stickers on my old laptop. There’s also a poster, magnet, and some tattoos that come with this, but no fireworks unfortunately. I was looking forward to getting a stick of TNT and blowing something up like they do in the cartoons.
FREETRIAL code has expired, leaving only the BLOGHALF code available.
It’s caveat time right off the bat: this offer for a free box of Citrus Lane children’s toys requires you to join a monthly subscription program with your credit card. That means you’ll be charged next month unless you cancel your triual. Please keep that in mind.
That said, free toys!! This offer will surely die fast, but as of now code
FREETRIAL will net you a free box of goodies plus free shipping. If the code is dead, you can use BLOGHALF, but that only gets you 50% off your first box of toys. It’s not free, but it’s still something if you’re interested.
Let me reiterate again: unless you cancel your Citrus Lane trial account, you’ll be charged a monthly free starting next month. There’s no obligation to pay next month if you want to cancel after receiving your freebie. Just remember to actually go cancel your account!
I’ve always said one of my biggest regrets in life was not smelling enough of my toys as a child. So if you want to make sure you kid doesn’t end up like me, take them to the free Lowe’s Build & Grow Clinic on Saturday, December 14 where they can make a free toy train with scratch and sniff stickers! You’ll easily win Parent of the Year.
As usual, space is limited, so you need to register on-line beforehand!
Suckers! This free online chore chart for MyJobChart is supposed to teach kids about hard work, money, rewards and yada yada yada. But all it really does is trick somebody else into doing the dishes, vacuuming the floor, and … what other chores are there? Is dusting still a thing?
Now, how do I go about getting a kid to come do all my chores?
I take it most Hiffers are signup up for parent accounts instead of a child’s. Once you create your free account, you can enter your children, upload pictures of them, and assign them all a password. After that you can start assigning chores, creating rewards, and delegating like a true champion. Your kids will be able to click their picture, enter their password, see which chores they need to complete, and much more.
This actually seems like a really nifty service and one I would definitely use if there were more humans in my home!
The freebies were lame today, so here’s a consolation teacher-only freebie.
Signups are open for free Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures classroom kits. They won’t ship until February 2014, but they’ll contain “a video, posters, storybooks, curriculum, parent take-homes and Colgate Kid’s toothbrush and toothpaste samples for each student.”
I presume the video is a guide on health care, not Die Hard 3.
[thanks to Hiffer Amber for sending this in!]