Has anyone ever read any of Matthew Lesko's books (http://www.leskobooks.com/bills.htm). I wonder if you can really get any of the free stuff he claims you can. Of course his book isn't free :laugh
I used to send off for free samples of stuff back in the day. I guess I should start up again :)
My employer is starting a new healthcare online service, and to get you interested, they're offering $100 in gift cards when you sign up...I can choose anything from Sephora.com to JC penney, Bed Bath and Beyond, Bass Pro Shop, Borders books, Best Western, Pottery Barn, and about a hundred other things. I'll signup as soon as I figure out exactly which cards (Up to 2 different things) I want!
queenb, looks like you'll be doing some shopping! :up
I went to get my hair done last night. I was telling my stylist about my daughter's hair which gets so knotty. As I was leaving, he gave me this large bottle of a pricey detangler for FREE!
Thanks a ton for that info, Jewels! :cheek I love free stuff too, and had no idea you could get any from Wally World!
I have gotten a free greeting card and a free doggie dental bone thing from SprawlMart. When I remember I check to see what they have. My mother in law and I used to send off for freebies all the time about 10 years ago. It was mostly craft related stuff , but good stuff like earring kits , embroidary kits, ornaments, sewing stuff. We were suscribed to A freebies newsletter (yes it was free too). It was well worth the 15 cent or so postage to get the stuff. Then we would do the projects together when we got them. I had forgotten all about it until I found this thread. Thanks for reminding me of a happy memory.
The guy with the letters is hysterical... I loved condom one, the dog humping the leg one, and the "So I can at least look like I have some class" one.
I won something from the radio station,The Fox in Melbourne. It was a t-shirt.
As I drove down our street today, I noticed a really nice globe on a 3' wooden stand sitting in a driveway with a "free" sign! I called my husband and he went to check it out. He brought it home and it's sitting in the corner of our living room. It's really cool.