EDIT: Seems this is acting up.
Upon joining their e-club, you’ll receive a coupon good for a
free HoneyBaked Ham sandwich if you live near a store. Hey, don’t go around putting limits on us, HoneyBaked Ham! Maybe I’d take a 12-hour overnight bus trip just to use my coupon for a free sandwich or maybe I wouldn’t. But now I guess we’ll never know!
If you’re headed to Petsmart before Aug. 28, print out this coupon then look for some toys on sale to get a free Petsmart toy. I had a look on their site and was able to find a ton of toys on sale for under $2, like the one pictured above.
Non-pet owners should get this as well for whenever they invite their female friends over and she in turn brings her children or, and this is purely hypothetical with no resemblance to any known persons living or dead, her 30 year old adult boyfriend who gets bored easily. Just sayin’.
Edit: I had this queued for Friday afternoon, don’t know why it didn’t publish then. Spots might still be available for Sunday!
There are two free Lowe’s Build & Grow Clinics this weekend where your child can build a free Pizza Planet truck from Toy Story! You can also sign up for the next free clinic at the end of July where they’ll be building the Toy Story R.C. car.
As usual, space is limited, so you need to register on-line beforehand!
Today is July 11, otherwise known as 7-11. At least most of us call it 7-11; maybe you’re crazy and call it Kingfork Day or 7-*foghorn*. If that’s the case, then you and I should definitely hang out.
Where was I? Oh yeah, 7-11 means it’s free 7-Eleven Slurpee Day! Simply walk into a 7-Eleven before 7pm tonight and you’ll walk out with a free small Slurpee.
I know it’s hard to keep track of all these important holidays, but Friday, July 12 is Cow Appreciate Day. No, we don’t eat cow that day. That’s saved for Frog Appreciation Day the following week. I know, it’s complicated.
This Friday’s celebration entitles us to a full free Chick-fil-A meal if you dress like a cow. If you don’t want to go all out like I did 5 years ago then you can download & print a basic mask from their site, which is good for a free entree.
And if you hate their social policies, then join the club. But bitching about it in the comments section of a freebie site isn’t the smartest idea.
I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that Tuesday, August 6, is National Root Beer Day. What you might not realize is we can get a free A&W root beer float from 2pm until close at participating A&W locations! As the picture says, you qualify for this freebie if you’re ever wished you could go to Hogwarts … wait a minute. That’s all it takes to qualify for a free A&W root beer float?! Well hell, in that case I should be swimming in root beer!
I’ll get a reminded posted as we get closer to the event.
There are only a few minutes left before the newsletter goes out and I’m at a work conference, so no time for a joke. But I just found an offer for a free pint of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream at 7-Eleven today only. You have to download the iPhone or Android app, log in, then go to the savings center to access the coupon. Make sure you wait until you’re at the store to activate the coupon though because there’s a 15 minute timer on it.
EDIT: Well, lots of Hiffers are saying this is dead for them. That sucks (though it’s still showing up for me, so at least try!) but I did find some Ben & Jerry’s free coupons!
I don’t know how many times they’re going to celebrate these “new” summer hours, but Panda Express is at it once again. Stop in on Friday, June 21, between the hours of 9pm and close to receive free Panda Express orange chicken.
Panda Express is like the kid who doesn’t just celebrate his birthday, but his birthday month. And by kid, I of course mean “grown man typing this sentence.” What? Cake is delicious.
[thanks Freebie Finding Mom!]
While not as good as Kripsy Kreme’s offer, you can get a free Dunkin Donuts doughnut with a beverage purchase on Friday, June 7.
I like to make fun of the plethora of National *Insert Stupid Thing Here* Days, but as NBC News reports:
Unlike a lot of free-food fad days, National Doughnut Day has a longer, more altruistic back story. During World War I, the Salvation Army sent volunteers to France, where they made doughnuts for soldiers fighting on the front lines. In 1917, the group dubbed the first Friday of June National Doughnut Day to commemorate the volunteers’ goodwill gesture.
Okay, that’s kind of awesome.
Friday, June 7th is National Doughnut Day. Or at least it is according to Krispy Kreme and who am I to argue with them? As such, we’re being treated to a free Krispy Kreme doughnut that day and the fine print doesn’t say anything about it being limited to just a glazed doughnut. Ohhhhh boy, chocolate kreme filled, here I come!