Rebates Freebies

Rebate: Free NeilMed SinuFrin

Free NeilMed SinFru Rebate

Now through February 14, 2016, you can get a free full-sized NeilMed SinuFrin at Walgreens valued up to $15. One thing that’s nice about this offer is you don’t have to physically mail anything – it’s all done electronically. The fine print doesn’t really specify how you’ll be paid back, but I’d assume it’ll by via a check.

Make sure to note you must buy this from Walgreens in order to apply for the rebate.

$5 Walmart Rebate with S.C. Johnson Purchase

$5 Walmart Rebate with S.C. Johnson Purchases

Don’t forget mobile users can print coupons now without downloading any software!

Now through Dec. 31, when you purchase 3 qualifying S.C. Johnson products at Walmart (using some free coupons to lower the cost!), you’ll earn a free $5 Walmart virtual prepaid card. The items have to be purchased all together at once and you’ll need to then take a picture of your receipt and text it email it to before Dec 31. A free $5 Walmart virtual prepaid card will finally be sent to you.

I also found 22 free printable S.C. Johnson coupons and put them together on one page. There are also three Ibotta Windex offers for Walmart, listed below, that you can pair with the coupons to lower the cost even more. They are:

All in all, you can get a few items for cheap. Not bad! Also while this promo is being run in conjunction with Walmart’s photo department, the fine print doesn’t say anything about needing to use it on photos.

Rebate: Free Eight O’Clock Coffee

free eight oclock coffee

Rebates aren’t the sexiest freebies (that distinction belongs to Depends), but it’s not every day you see a full-size free Eight O’Clock ground coffee offer. The rebate form is pretty standard and you have until the end of the year to send yours in.

The fine print mentions they’ll “only honor the first 12,000 submissions,” so be sure to get yours in sooner rather than later. I highly doubt they’re anywhere close to 12k submissions yet because, come on, this is America. Filling out forms on time and paying attention to detail aren’t our strongest skills.

Rebate: Free Dulcolax Suppositories

Free Dulcolax Suppositories Rebate

Through Sept. 30, you can get a free 100% rebate on a single, full size Dulcolax Suppository. The fine print reads:

Purchase any one (1) Dulcolax® Tablets 25ct+, Dulcolax® Suppositories 4ct+, Dulcolax Pink® Tablets 25ct+, Dulcolax® Stool Softener 25ct+, DulcoEase Pink® 25ct+ or DulcoGas® 18ct between 9/13/15 and 9/30/15 and get a Visa® prepaid card by mail of up to $10.00 on the purchase price (excluding tax). Rebate request must be received at the mailing address or be postmarked by October 15, 2015.

They have a form you can fill out and print to mail with your UPC and receipt. I also found a free $2 Dulcolax coupon to help make the initial purchase cheaper! Awesome, now I can publish this and stop researching suppositories.

Rebate: Free Rain-X Car Wash

Rebate Free Rain-X Car Wash

Here’s a rebate form good for free Rain-X Perfect Dose car wash as long as you make a purchase before May 10 and postmark the rebate by May 31. I don’t have a car anymore, but I figure if I bathe with this then water should roll off my body like a duck for at least a week.

The product must be purchased from Walmart, Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, O’Reilly, Pep Boys, or Target and the rebate is worth up to $10.99.

Free Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack

There’s a CVS offer available for a free Neosporin Essentials trial pack after a mail-in rebate good up to $13.99. The receipt has to be dated before January 13 and all rebates must be received by February 15. The pack includes a body wash, two creams, and … I don’t know, it comes in a box. So you get a box. Fancy you!

Six Freebies via Rebates

I don’t normally post rebate offers, but there are six such offers that were released recently and so I thought I’d put them all together in one post. I’m just handy that way. And bored.

Note that some of them are only good at certain stores.

  • Free Bissell Stom and Go – Whoa. You get until Apr. 1, 2012 to use this offer. It’s good for $5.99 and … wait, how does this product work? It cleans carpet stains by allowing you to stomp on them with your feet?! 10 year old Goob is hyperventilating somewhere out there.
  • Free Brita Slim Pitcher – For starters, this rebate is good up to $10, but who wants to spent that much when there’s a $5 coupon here? Take the pledge and make your purchase by March 31, 2012.
  • Free Carmex Moisture Plus at CVS – Rebate is good for $2.99 and purchases much be made by Dec. 15. They have a $.50 coupon on Facebook, so you can lessen your out-of-pocket expense.
  • Free Lysol Dual Action Wipes – You can get either a 35 ct. or 80 ct. for free, up to $5. Purchases have to be made by Nov. 30.
  • Free Multipurpose Paper at Staples – Use the coupon I just linked to and purchase the 8.5″ by 11″ paper (it’s basically printer paper) by Oct. 1 and then apply for the rebate online.
  • Free Woolite Oxy Deep – Some stores put a “Try Me Free” tag on the Oxy Deep bottles, but the rebate form says all you have to do is make a purchase before Jan. 15, 2012. The rebate is good for $5.99.

If I missed any, please share in the comments!

Free Triaminic Fever Reducer Pain Reliever

Free Triaminic Fever Reducer

Between today and 8th, there will be 250,000 bottles of free Triaminic Fever Reducer Pain Reliever given away through rebates. The rebate form and relevant information can be found on their website along with a $1 off coupon to make it less money temporarily out of your pocket.

Did anybody else read that as “traumatic fever” or just me?

Free Backpacks at Staples

If you’re in the market for a new backpack (that sounds like you’re investing in their stock or something), then be sure to head to Staples for free backpacks after rebates. You’ll end up getting a Staples giftcard, so this works out best if you already shop at Staples to begin with.

Free Schick Hydro (Rebate)

One of the perks of being a genius is that I learn things faster than most people. I don’t even have to read the instruction manuals most of the time. I can simply absorb everything I need to know from a product’s name!

Take this rebate for a free Schick Hydro razor valued up to $10.99. Hydro means water so obviously this razor works by blasting your face or legs with a jet of good ol’ H2O. Woo hoo, we’ll never have to buy expensive razors again!

[rock on to Mark for sharing this on our Facebook page!]