Disney is releasing one free Disney Movie Rewards code every day for the month of December. I probably won’t make a separate post every single day for them, but I’ll definitely post them to HIF’s Facebook and Twitter page every day! Well heck, since we’re here right now, let me just share today’s code with you – CTC4VE.
If you missed the free Seattle’s Best coffee last month, you have one last shot at procuring some today. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have more Cyber Monday shopping to do. It’s completely different than my regular Monday shopping habits in that I put on fancy pajamas last night instead of my usual tatters.
The good news is I had no trouble finding this free Redbox rental code (LTYN674T) upon getting home today. The bad news is that it expires tonight at midnight CST. But if it’s raining as much near you as it is by me, then this code and the World Series might be all it takes to staying bundled up inside tonight.
In order to get these free Starbucks flavored coffee k-cups you’ll need to use any browser but Chrome. I guess that means Google hates coffee. Or Seattle. Harsh. But you heard it here first!
[thanks Freebie Finding Mom!]
You can tell 2013 is rapidly coming to a close since free calendars are cropping up. Thankfully I qualify for this free 2014 Firewise calendar since I’m a village elder when it comes to fire. I know how to start them and let them rage out of control!
Cornell University must be the place to study birds because this is the second year in a row they’ve released a free backyard bird poster. No word yet if they have a special edition poster for NYC residents. It could have a pigeon in one corner and a different color pigeon in the other!
Wait, no, they’re both the same color.
This freebie was originally posted on March 12 and Oct. 12, 2013.
The actual museum may be closed, but you can still score a free Smithsonian magazine subscription.
I hate limited Pillsbury offers like these free Food Should Taste Good multigrain chips, but I guess beggars can’t be choosy. Well they could, but that’d make them pretty crappy beggars.
In order to get one of the 10,000 samples, you have to have been a member of LiveBetterAmerica before today. Confused? Check this page I made a while back explaining it all.
Well here’s a freebie we haven’t seen in over three years! The classic free Secret Clinical Strength deodorant offer has risen from the ashes, but do they really have to call it “clinical strength?” Can’t they simply say extra instead? Using clinical makes it sound like people with strong body odor need an entire battery of doctors just to get them through the day.
EDIT: Sorry guys, Treat told me this was only meant for a small promo and is no longer valid.
Enter code *DELETED* at checkout to get a free personalized Treat.com card. Make sure to ship it to yourself and you shouldn’t have to pay a dime. Or a nickel. I almost added pennies to the list, but who still uses those?
I plan on slowly sending a free card to every apartment in my new building. It’s the modern version of going around and introducing yourself!
[thanks She Saved!]