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In my mailbox: A whole load of freebies!


Ever since I started signing up for freebies, I just love getting the mail! Above is pictured what came in the mail on Tuesday:

Free Playtex bottle (get yours here)

Free American Baby magazine

Free book from PaperBackSwap (oh, how I need that book!) (Sign up here for this fun book swapping program. You pay only postage to swap and can also earn free books by referring others!)

Free Emergen-C samples (get yours here–click on "Share the Good")

Free On-The-Go Drink samples with a coupon (freebie no longer available)

Free Colgate toothpaste with a coupon (freebie no longer available)

And four free full-size bottles of Wish-Bone’s new Bountifuls dressing, courtesy of Wish-Bone as a special sneak preview of this brand-new dressing–it’s really good, by the way, and you’ll definitely want to consider getting your own bottle with their free-after-rebate offer here.

Here are two new freebie offers:

Free NatureMade vitamins

Free Folgers Gourmet coffee samples (for those who have a business)

What freebies have you received recently?

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  • sandra says:

    Ive got this week free Hallmark magazine, last week I got free Good Housekeeping, free dog food samples, and a free book from papaerbackswap. I cant say enough about paperbackswap, its the best thing I ever sighned up for. I love freebies too, keep up the good work!!

  • Alex says:

    That’s great! I love freebies, too. Just wondering, how did you manage to score FOUR bottles of the dressing???? I would LOVE to get that much free dressing.

  • Katy says:

    How could you get four bottles for free, when the rebate limits you to one per address?

  • Jen says:

    I got
    Free On-The-Go Drink samples with a coupon too!

  • Because I’m a blogger, I sometimes get free things in the mail from companies who are promoting a new product, etc.–like the Wish-Bone dressings. It’s been a fun perk that I never expected and makes the mail delivery even more fun sometimes! 🙂

  • FishMama says:

    Since I’ve plugged for Emergen-C, I have to say that the pink lemonade is NOT as good as tangerine. Sorry. :9

  • Elisa says:

    This week I received Benefiber samples, Ban deodorant, and Simple Harvest hot cereal. Love getting the freebies in the mail!

  • This week, I’ve gotten a free sample of tide, ban deodorant, real lemon with coupon, dove lotion with coupon, emergen-C, and some sort of shampoo/conditioner that I am blanking on right now. I love freebies and smaples, but it is driving my husband a little nuts 🙂

  • Julie says:

    OFF TOPIC: Just wanted to say I absolutely LOVE the book Eats, Shoots, & Leaves! (I admit it: I’m a grammar geek.)I laughed so hard I was crying, and my husband thought I’d lost my mind to get so worked up over a book on punctuation. OC course, it could have had something to do with that British humor, too…


  • michelle says:

    I got ban deodorant, simply harvest, magic shcool bus book, starbucks coffee, dora sippy cup, kellogs granola bar, and a free coupon for kids dannon yogurt drinks, and good housekeeping. Sometimes I don’t get anything for a week then all of a sudden all my freebies come pouring in…fun!!

  • michele scearce says:

    As a mother of two boys with special needs and a well developed child too I have a multitude of obsticles to get through daily. The play fort would be a welcome play source for my kids so here is my post for the contest. I looked up the special needs section for insight to my son’s newly diagnosed contition. Bi-Polar.
    I saw pleanty on the aspergers and autism which is always of interest to me but didn’t see anything dealing with educating me, a parent, on the needs of a Bi-Polar teen. For years I have been dealing with my son’s needs under the impression that he was emotionally disturbed but I am finally now being informed my child has bipolar. He is not a manic/ depressive but rather a depressive with seasonal occurances. When it becomes cold outside he worsens and when it is warm and sunny he comes alive again. Parents need input to get involved in helping their disabled children. We also need support resources that are not always available in some communities. A parents resource would be helpfull for moms like me that want to be the best parent we can be. Thanks Michele

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