Free Snickers Bar

Facebook must have released some sort of new promotional chat system, because Snickers is now the second company using it this month to give away free Snickers candy bars!

In order to get yours, head over to this photo and click on the first “learn more” link. I had to come back and click the link a second time, but either way it should trigger an automatic conversation with a robot (which sounds like half of my first dates lately…) where the end result is you possibly scoring a coupon good for a free Snickers!

You'll get to pick from either a snail mail or printable coupon, which is way better than waiting 6 to 8 weeks for a melted Snickers to show up in your mailbox. True story. All my OG Hiffers out there can remember the early years of freebies!

50 comments on “Free Snickers Bar”

  1. For what it’s worth, I won my max of 5 Snickers, and the coupons have started arriving in the mail. I took two to the supermarket (Giant/Carlisle) to get my free bars and they had a buy-two-get-one-free deal going, and it worked! Three free bars. “Sweet” as they say. If I walk to supermarket to get three more, will it cancel out all the calories I’m about to wolf down?

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  2. My mom and I have been entering this and we’ve each won 5 or 6 bars. I hope we each get 5 or 6 coupons. I don’t even like Snickers; I’ll probably give them to my husband. I want the visa cards!

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  3. I’ve been on Facebook and never won a thing. My son was five times. I just tried the text method and they came back and wanted my dob, then after that they came back and wanted my email, and then they told me I didn’t win. Sheesh!!!

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  4. I’ve played this every single day, and haven’t won one bar! After I enter my date of birth, I see a box quickly open and close in the upper left-hand corner. Then it tells me, “Sorry, you are not a winner.”

    I’m 42, so I’m not too young to play. I just wonder what that box in the corner is. It disappears, so I am not able to open it.

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  5. I have a a free cell phone from the government (because I am on government assistance), a tracfone, and I texted that number, and they sent a text back saying “sorry this service is not available for your service plan”

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  6. It said that I won, but never asked me for my address. Since I didn’t give my address to Facebook, I guess I won’t be receiving mine. πŸ™

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    • I hope that wasn’t supposed to read “bar.” Because if you really did win a Snickers Bowl, I now have hope for winning what might be the best waffle cone bowl substitute for ice cream ever.

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  7. Re: text method; first I was asked to text my birthdate, then another text asking for my email addy, then a 3rd text saying, “Sorry, you don’t win.” WHAAAT? So, good thing, I gave my junk email addy, eh?

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  8. It said that I won a single Snickers. Don’t worry Goob. If you go to the list of possible prizes, it shows that the single Snickers comes in the form of a coupon for the bar. Too bad I didn’t win one of the $25 or $100 Snickers Visa cards!

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  9. Lost, but like a lab rat, I’ll keep pressing that bar for a chance to get a free candy bar that I really don’t need (but want).

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  10. I won one, but after noting that they wanted to know if I was male or female, I wondered if being a woman meant I should receive two Snickers bars. In this case shouldn’t they ask if it may be a certain time of the month in which I would appreciate even more chocolate?

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  11. I won! The Facebook page wasn’t working for me…but texting worked fine and only took a couple minutes. Gotta love free chocolate! Thanks!

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