This offer from last month has returned if you missed out!
Today’s free Glad to Give trash bags are part of a larger promotion centered around making donations to charities using trash bags. So … am I the only one who finds this weird? That’s basically one step removed from boarding a flight with your luggage in a trash bag.
You can request
up to 5 free bags (they’re only giving out single bags now!) for those of us who are extra messy and/or giving. To find the form, scroll down to the 5th circle in the lower right.
Hopster has a $2/1 Simple Green Cleaner coupon that pairs perfectly with Walmart’s sale price ($1.97 for a 32 oz.) this week, ultimately giving you a free full-size Simple Green Cleaner. It also pairs wonderfully with a nice Cabernet Sauvignon, as I find cleaning is much more enjoyable with a slight buzz.
[thanks Deal Seeking Mom!]
It’s not your typical freebie, but Target has a few promos running this week where you can get three free Swiffer items plus a little Target credit on the side! For starters, now through Oct. 3, you get a free $10 gift card when you purchase three select P&G Household items. Since Swiffer is made by P&G, you can use one of the many Swiffer coupons available now to get three of them for free!
An example of this would be:
- Use 2 computers to print 3 $2/1 Swiffer Dusters coupons (here’s another coupon link if it helps)
- Buy 3 Swiffer Duster Short Handle Kits at $3.99 each
- Get a $10 Target gift card
- Final Price: $12 OOP – $6 in coupons + $10 Target gift card = $4 money maker!
You could alternatively use:
Expect more of these types of in-store, 100% pure freebies being posted to HIF in the future.
[thanks Passion for Savings!]
After taking a quasi-long survey, you should receive a can of free Scott’s Liquid Gold wood cleaner. I answered truthfully throughout the survey, so I don’t think there are any tricks to obtaining this freebie. That said, since it’s such a detailed survey, it probably was intended for current Scott’s members and therefore might die awfully fast!
Just as I suspected. It’s not Friday yet here we are with a SavingStar offer of free Ajax dish liquid.
Am I the only person terrified by this? I’m as much a neat-freak as the next guy, but liquefying my dishes in order to clean them sounds a tad drastic even for me. And this is coming from a guy who dreamed of space laser as a kid!
These free CaviWipes are intended for medical professionals to be used as a surface disinfectant. They’re not wipes for the back of your calves as I initially suspected.
The actual maker of CaviWipes also has a sample request button on their site. Not sure if these are the same company or if we can request double the freebies for double the fun.
This freebie has been around since the dawn of time and, shocker, it’s still active!
This Finish Power & Free dishwasher detergent sample is geared for people who hate chemicals and dyes in their cleaning products. But what about those of us who hate cleaning products in general? I refuse to use them in general due to laziness, errr, I mean principle.
[thanks Freebies 4 Mom!]
I was worried about Kroger since they didn’t offer anything last week, but they’re back on their game today. That game? Field hockey.
- SavingStar – free Ajax disk liquid
- Kroger – free Twistos baked snack
Anybody ever had those Twistos before? My stomach cannot wait to make their acquaintance.
This freebie was originally posted on June 19, 2012.
I always forget about this free Nikwax footwear cleaning gel. It’s probably because you have to take a five to eleven question quiz after signing up and I hate quizes. They were easily the worst part of school. The threat of a pop quiz always put a timer on my harrowing escapes from inside the gym lockers. I think it’s why I get panic attacks just from smelling Gold Bond.
Seriously though, you have to take a freaking quiz and answer all the questions correctly. Click the “clue” button next to each question and it will take you to the page where the answer is found. It took me about 4 or 5 minutes total.
I’m never one quick to anger, but these free Tide+ laundry detergent samples should come with a large disclaimer stating not any old tide will do. I threw my clothes in the ocean six weeks ago and still haven’t got a single item back. I’m running out of clean underwear over here!
Unfortunately the only option available right now is the middle, pinkish one with Febreze. I missed posted this earlier because I just flew out to LA for the weekend to cheer on my brother’s team. Let’s go, Optic!