I like the fact that you can either print or snail mail your free Neuro Sleep drink coupon. Options are good, they make me feel like I’m in control of my life. Otherwise I might ponder on the fact that I’m 31 today and have no idea what the hell I’m doing…
Nope, nope, not gonna do that!
[thanks to Hiffer Jenna for sending this in!]
This freebie was originally posted on May 8, 2013 and is available again!
Free Biotrue contact lens solution is still available if you answer you’ve never tried Biotrue before. If it only offers a coupon, then the sample has expired yet again. And of course you can print a ton of contact lens solution coupons via HIF’s Coupon Database!
I love the confirmation message. “Did you know that 9 out of 10 prefer Biotrue over their usual lens solution? People can’t stop talking about how great it makes their contact lenses feel.” Really? I’ve worn contacts since I was 13 years old and have spent a grand total of 24 seconds talking about my lens solution, all of which were spent on this post.
It’s not a true freebies, but coupons for milk from Ibotta don’t come around often. Think of them as the gas meter readers of the couponing world. They’re always startling to see in your back yard and they’re often gone before you have time to rush away from the window and throw on a robe.
If you’re new to Ibotta, it’s a free mobile couponing app that allows you to shop at local stores and receive cash back on particular items. It’s almost like couponing in reverse: you buy the product first, take a picture of the receipt, then get the coupon amount refunded to you. Heck, it’s basically a rebate program when you think about it. The end result is the same though and I’ve been using it since I first wrote about it back in June.
This is a little complicated, but if you’re interesting in scoring a free 4-pack of GoGo Squeez, then follow the steps below:
- Visit this page.
- Book a day this year to PLAY! (emphasis is totally theirs)
- Share your play day on Facebook or Twitter. (I closed the window before sharing)
- Enter your mailing address. (well no duh)
- We’ll mail you a coupon for a FREE 4-pack of GoGo squeeZ!
They go on to say the coupon is only redeemable on Jan. 11th, so they must be “mailing” the coupon via email. Either that or they are about to single handedly fix the USPS cash flow problem.
Here’s yet another coupon for a free Waffle House waffle good through Dec. 22. Note it’s only good Mon-Fri, however it says you can get a waffle of “any variety.” So be sure to order a Benjamin Franklin, which is a waffle baked around a $100 bill.
Hey, they said any!
I want a puppy delivered to me by a drone!
It’s December, which means we’re all about to shop on Amazon while in our underwear late one night. It’s American as apple pie and baseball in your underwear.
Amazon almost never gives out coupons, but they have a promo where you can get $5 off eligible purchases of $35+ now through Sunday, Dec. 15. All you have to do is create a “Wish List” then share it on Facebook. The promotion will then be added to your Amazon account, at which point you can go to Facebook and delete what you shared.
Couple that with a free Amazon Prime trial for the month and you’ve got yourself a pretty nice deal!
Who else forgot Halloween is in two days and needs to buy some candy? If you’re in the same boat, use this handy link to print 4 free Halloween candy coupons.
- $1/1 Snickers peanut butter squared minis bag
- $2/3 Mars chocolate bags
- $1/2 Mars fun sized bags
- $1.50/1 Twizzlers or Jolly Ranchers snack size bags
All four will print, but feel free to click on any of them that you don’t want so you don’t waste ink.
There are also a few deals for single bars if you want a little something for yourself.
Hopefully this will be good enough to win the favor of our neighborhood kids.
In order to get a coupon for a free Neuro Sonic drink, all you need to do is create a new drink. That may sound daunting, but it should only take a few minutes (though you might want to make sure they sell these in your area first.)
Hopefully these taste better than the concoctions I made as a kid in buffet restaurants. I never could quite get the perfect mustard to ketchup ratio in my coke. And don’t even get me started on how much pepper was needed to balance out the cumin!
Americans spent $400 billion dollars on groceries in 2011. That’s a lot of money to be spending on Oreos. In fact, that’s a little too much money if you ask me.
Thankfully the fine folks over at Savings.com are releasing a new app for Android and iOS next week (but you can get it today via HIF!) called Favado and I have to say it looks pretty darn amazing.
Long story short it’s an app that fellow coupon and freebie bloggers contribute to in order to bring you the latest sales and offers at over 65,000 grocery and drugstores nationwide. And we’re not talking Bob’s Backyard Meat Shack in Tumbleweed Town USA, but large stores like Walmart, CVS, Kroger, and more to come.
The app is pretty darn easy to use (plus there’s a helpful guide already published). You can create your own shopping list, receive push notifications for certain stores or sales, and even see what coupons are available to further increase your savings!
So how do you get in on this?
- Sign up for a free Favado account.
- Download the app.
- Log into the app with your new account and select which stores you shop at.
That’s it! You’ll now be able to select specific stores to see what’s on sale this week or compare your favorite stores to see who has the better advertised deals. And since the entire app is run by deal bloggers, there will also be unpublished sales listed as well!
I have enough trouble couponing as it. Favado looks like it might save my butt. If you’re in the same boat or looking for more ways to save on your weekly grocery bill, then check it out!
Here’s a printable $1 Sparkle paper towel coupon that, when used at CVS next week, will result in paper towels rolls for half a dollar! This deal should cover me on paper towels for a while. That is until the next time I cook grilled cheeses. Here’s a little tip for all you budding culinary geniuses out there: don’t put tomato soup on the stove then become distracted on Twitter for the next 30 minutes.
Sparkle Paper Towels, $4.99/8 pack at CVS on 9/8 – 9/13.
Use $1/1 Sparkle Paper Towels printable coupon.
$3.99 after coupon, or $0.50 a roll!
[thanks Deal Seeking Mom!]