I used to drink free Carnation Breakfast Essentials in high school, but then forgot all about them until I went through chemo a few years back. You could say I've since completely lost my appetite for them. Though the negative association with certain foods because of chemo sometimes works in my favor. Now instead of explaining why quiche is the nastiest “food” ever invented (it's been scientifically proven by Dr. Goob) or how green beans are Nature's preferred method of torture, I can simply say “uh…cancer?” and get out of eating them! Makes those few months of feeling like death totally worth it.
EDIT: This freebie quickly died in April, but Size 3 has restocked!
By the time I eventually have kids, I’m going to have so many samples like these free Huggies Overnites diapers saved up that I won't ever have to buy diapers. At least that's my plan. I never was great at sketching out my future. Cases in point: my history degree, the fact that I don't presently have kids, this “career.”
As luck would have it, Coupons.com has some great Huggies coupons available for printing!
Friend of the site I Crave Freebies puts together a list of free Kindle eBooks that are available to Amazon Prime members. They're split into different categories and were all free as of this morning, though please make sure they're still free when you go to redeem them since sometimes these promos only last for a few hours / days.
New: There's a new 50 points code of DADYOUARETHEBEST, along with the code below that's still active!
I believe you have until June 26 to enter code KFRCELEBRATESDAD for 50 free Kellogg's points. Man, I don't know how Kellogg's can afford to keep doling out so many high valued codes at this pace. It's almost as if these points have no intrinsic value! What a quality freebie to show your love and affection for Father's Day.
If you had trouble entering the 25 free Kellogg's code from earlier this week, it looks like they fixed the bug.
If you're reading this post after the codes above have expired, fret not! I keep a running, updated list of all free Kellogg's codes currently active.
Amazon has come up with another “huh, interesting, I could see this working out” idea called Amazon Cash. As the name suggests, it's a way for you to turn cash into Amazon credit. While that might seem counterintuitive to some, I know there are people out there like yours truly who tend to spend cash in my pocket far faster than if I put it in the bank or have it as store credit.
Regardless, you should jump on it now since they're offering $10 in free Amazon credit! Simply generate a barcode by clicking the “Get Your Barcode” near the top left. Then either print it out or send it to your phone via text and visit a participating merchant like CVS, Gamestop, Cumberland Farms, Kum & Go, or Kwik Trip (there are more, plus new merchants will be added soon). You'll then pay $20 in cash and have the store scan your barcode, which will give you $20 Amazon credit PLUS a free $10 Amazon credit on top of that.