The free Always Infinity Pads were given away 9 times from 2006-2012, with the bulk of activity coming during 08-09. Aside from popping up once in 2015, I haven't seen these in recent years. As always, if that changes, this will be the first place I update! Until then, here's their free coupons and offers page.
Walmart gave away some of these free Always Infinity pads a few months back, but this is a new link so it should allow you to sign up for a second freebie. I've sat here for ten minutes trying to think of something witty, but I can't focus since my dogs have been barking the entire time. Either they feel threatened by the rustling trees outside or this is the first stage in the inevitable coup d'état I know they're planning.
These free Always Infinity samples from Walmart don't actually always last for infinity, do they? If so, that's a pretty poor business model. I can only imagine the corporate meeting a year from now when the head of sales is explaining to his bosses that they've already sold a product to every consumer in America. He'll probably have a chart behind him with a comically giant red arrow pointing straight down and they'll all think they're doomed.
Then I'll come in and point out that their brand name doesn't have to be taken literally. I'll then grab the chart, flip it around so that the arrow is pointing straight up, and the boardroom will cheer.
The moral of this story is I've always wanted to flip a chart around like they do in the cartoons.
Yeah, yeah, free Always Infinity pads, now let's get to the heart of the matter because I have so many questions from the image above.
- How does a pad win a Product of the Year award? Somebody call Putin, I've seen a rigged election before.
- Which innovations were added to the pads? Bluetooth?
- What products did it beat out?
- Who voted for pads?!
I must know.
I almost missed it. I came this close to hitting Publish before casually glancing once last time at the free Always Discreet pads page. That's when it jumped out at me. I have no Earthly idea what I'll find on the other side let alone why it exists, but it's an absolute certainty that I'll call the toll-free “NEED LIVE HELP?!” number on their site. I need live help explaining why they provide live help!
I spent five minutes trying to click the bubbles on this free Always Clean pads site before I realized you couldn't interact with them. This is a prime example of why I never try to trick my cat with a flashlight or laser pointer. It's almost a certainty that she'd figure out a way to flip the tables on me and have me running around the house chasing her ball of yarn.