Today's free Atkins quick-start kit contains a free $5 coupon, some informative brochures, a BOGO coupon, and possibly pizza or chocolate to snack on? Or maybe you're supposed to eat the brochures? I'm not clear on the specifics plus it all tastes the same to me.
Depending on availability, some starter kits ship with three free Atkins bars as well! It's kinda random when they're offered, but they tend to be near the winter holidays and then once randomly throughout the year.
Seriously though, Checkout51 is a new couponing app similar to Ibotta. You signup, go shopping, then get the coupon amount refunded to your account. Once you hit $20, you cash out and treat yo self! Or I guess save it or pay off bills or whatever else it is responsible people do.
So how does it work? Simply download either the iPhone or Android app to your smartphone (or use the website if you don't have one!) and check out the new offers every week. They're posted at midnight on Thursdays and you have until the next Thursday to purchase any of the particular items and submit your receipt. Also it's worth noting that you can shop at any store and still use Checkout51.
Finally, as a bonus offer to celebrate launching in the US, Checkout51 is giving us $2 for free once we hit the $20 payout. You can find a list of their offers on their site to get a sense of how much you can save, like $0.50 off any dozen eggs.
Man, from 2009-2014, Procter & Gamble ran a quarterly freebie campaign called Everyday Sampler and it was awesome. It was like the PINCHme freebie boxes, but you didn't have to qualify for them. You simply had to be one of the first quarter million or so to sign up and you'd get all sorts of coupons and freebies.
Now a days, those offers have stopped and you can only find the coupons on their site. But for a few years, we lived like freebie kings thanks to P&G!
It's a new year, which means it's a new quarter, which means it's time for another free P&G Everyday Sampler pack, which means we're all about to get a bunch of freebies and coupons, which means we won't have to spend as much money the next time we're at the store, which means everybody should have a little extra cash to buy me a birthday gift next month, which means no excuses!
I was able to request seven freebies and 18 coupons.
Here is yet another free $35 P&G coupon booklet filed with cleaning supply coupons. According to my records, this is the nine hundredth time this has been offered. Then again, my records aren't that accurate. Just ask the IRS agent who has audited me the past six years running. Shout out to Agent Ramirez!
I don't know how many of these free $35 P&G coupon booklets I've received, but we're about to add one more to the pile. Don't look now, but that pile is about to overgrow my laundry pile.
Interested in a free $39 P&G coupon book? I hope the answer is yes because otherwise this post is pointless. Thinking about that will make me wonder why I even published it which will inevitably lead to me questioning my career choice. At that point I'm only minutes away from a nervous breakdown or massive bender and that's just unacceptable at 10:45 am. I have standards. It should be at least after noon for either of those to occur.
This free $15 Proctor & Gamble coupon book is being given away by Save-A-Lot, so I'm not sure if they'll only be valid at that store or if they will be general manufacturer coupons valid anywhere. My hunch tells me it's the latter, but we'll see how accurate that is when the book arrives in 4-6 weeks.
That's pretty much my attitude for everything. “Oh really officer, I was speeding? We'll see about that in court!” Turns out I was. Judges apparently trust “radar readings” more than my claim that I can tell how fast I'm going by sticking my head out the window.
This free $30 coupon book seems to turn up at a new address every few months and today is no different. I've received it a few times and basically it's full of coupons for cleaning products from Proctor & Gamble, like Dawn, Cascade, Febreze. Unfortunately I don't do much cleaning other than tying Swiffer pads to my dogs. But wouldn't ya know, this sucker comes with coupons for them too!
We all know there are a million different places to print coupons from the Internet. A while back, Cellfire tried to shake things up by offering to load coupons onto your store loyalty card. It sounded sweet until I saw that their system only worked with a handful of stores, none of which I lived near. But now there's a new company called SavingStar that offers to do something similar, with a twist, and at pretty much every store – at least near me. And this includes drugstores.
The way SavingStar works is you load the coupons onto your loyalty card and then get paid when you use them. So if you load a $1 Oreo coupon and then buy some Oreos, your shopping bill at the store doesn't change or lower. Instead, $1 is credited to your SavingStar account. Once you reach $5, you can cash it out via Paypal or a gift card.
Now before I go shopping, I simply load everything up onto my card and then if I happen to buy the product before, sweet. It's almost like free money that I forget about until I remember to login and look at my account.
Some of you may remember SavingStar offering Friday Freebies each Friday from 2013 into 2015. Then, from May 2015 through June 2016, they offered freebies each month. Like any great Mariners fan, I expected it to abruptly end. Sadly, I was right, as they stopped giving away freebies and never started it back up again.
So they're all-in on coupons! Has anybody used SavingStar yet? What are your thoughts or opinions on it?
Hiffers, mark your calendars because over 14,000 locations will be giving out free McDonalds smoothies from 7am-7pm on July 22-24. What does this mean for me? Well, for starters, I'll have to actually put on pants in the morning. I still don't understand society's hatred of guys wearing only boxers and fuzzy bunny slippers.
Also, if you still have USA Weekend or Parade magazine from Sunday, look inside it for a free McDonald's 12oz. Smoothie or Frappe coupon.
Also also, if you decide you want to buy a full-sized smoothie later on, here's a $1/1 coupon from McDonald's site.
The classic free $20 American Spirit gift certificate used to arrive via physical mailers. They're about to discontinue them in 2020, but you won't miss out. Their new freebie system is going digital! It's like discovering a brilliant TV show during its third season. The only difference is one kills you through lung cancer and the other though heart disease. Tomatoes, tamatoes!
Here's how to get your free American Spirit gift certificates.
Log in with your free account. If you need to make an account, American Spirit is legally required by federal law to confirm your identity as an adult 18 years or older. They must do this to keep children out, so they ask for your last 4 digits of your social security number.
From December 2nd through the 24th, Whataburger is giving away free coupons every other day. In order to get them, simply sign up in advance and you'll get a random coupon e-mailed to you each day they're released. Speaking of food, I think it's time to head back to the fridge. Twelfth round of Thanksgiving leftovers, here I come!
Too bad QuikTrip convenience stores are only located in the Midwest, away from where I live, because they have a free food coupon available at Coupons.com. The coupon is for a free deli sandwich, wrap, or salad – no purchase necessary! The coupon won't show up unless you have a QuikTrip in your zip code, but some zips I tried made the coupon show up, such as: 85031, 63010, 66109, 30106, and 30339.
Some coupons expires on 10/21 and others on 10/25, but either way you'll need to make a quick trip to use it! Haha, get it? Hello? Is this thing on?
While we wait for the next free Playtex sample opportunity, here are their free coupons! And below you'll find some of our old Playtex jokes 🙂
This free Playtex Gentle Glide from Walmart should be just what I need to put the finishing touches on my homemade hang glider. I've been slowly building it ever since my first failed launching 15 years ago. I thought my childlike sense of wonder and imagination would be all I needed to soar off my roof. Gravity disagreed.
Here's a fun game for all of you bored at work. Head to Walmart's free Playtex Gentle Glide offer page and then quickly move your mouse back and forth over the two boxes of tampons. Hey, they're dancing! Look at them go! *cues up Salsa music in his head*
Yeah, I'm bored.
Okay, fine, I'm really bored.
Walmart has a new free Playtex Sport tampons offer up, but I'm not going anywhere near it. Why? Because of the ninja / witch in the ad! First she's kickboxing and then in a split second she's changed into an evening dress and is dancing? Believe you me, there's some type of sorcery going on here!
Walmart is giving away some free Zyrtec samples and coupons, which is just in time for spring blossom! … Wait, isn't this a few month's too late? Do people get bad allergies during the fall and winter? I rarely leave my protective apartment cocoon, so I don't know much about the outside realm.
The “Get Special Savings” button will take you to a page where you can print $2 and $4 coupon. To get the sample, click on “Zyrtex 10mg Tablets.” There are quite a few states that don't love their residents and want them to suffer from allergies year round, however. They include: Arizona, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.