It's a new year and a great time for everyone to sign up for their
birthday freebies! All you have to do is sign up for the offers
that you like below. Sometime during your birthday month you'll
receive an email with instructions on how to claim your freebie,
you may have to print a coupon or sometimes it's as easy as showing
I.D.. Grab yourself free meals all day long, or $5 off some shoes.
It's Fall, so it's time for some comfort food! Download a couple of
free ecookbooks. The Fall Favorites eCookbook has 42 pages of
recipes including: Beefy Barley, Au Gratin Potatoes, Pizza
Casserole, Cranberry Cobbler, Apple Dumplings, Beefy Onion Soup,
Apple Glazed Chicken and more. If you love soups and stews, there's
one for you too. 38 Soups and Stews Recipes includes: chicken
soup recipes, vegetable soup recipes, slow cooker soup recipes,
hearty stews and more. Enter your email to access the ecookbooks
(Tip: I save my ecookbooks to a folder on my
desktop for easy access).
You can try and get a free Probiotic Action Acne Spray.
This week there are some food and household freebies available. You can grab a free burger at Wendy's when you purchase a small fry and beverage. But, if you're getting a burger you're probably getting the other two items anyway. Dominos is giving away tons of their new Artisans pizza on their Facebook page. For the health conscious, there's free yogurt. Coffee lovers aren't left out, they can grab a free Harvest Spice Coffee. The household freebies has a toilet tissue roll cover you can win daily from Cottonelle. Benjamin Moore is offering a 2 ounce paint sample that is great if you need to do a little touch up to your walls.
Last week, Savings.com blogger Allegra clued us into KFC's misguided
attempt to do something nice: selling huge sodas for a diabetes charity.
Needless to say, their move did not not create the desired reaction, and laughs were had by (nearly) all.
Well, it's another week, and the trend continues as various purveyors of
junk foods run afoul of the media. Read on to discover my personal
The Internet is buzzing about HBO's new series Boardwalk Empire, an adaptation of Nelson Johnson's nonfiction book Boardwalk Empire: The Birth, High Times and Corruption of Atlantic City. Set in Atlantic City in 1920, the show follows city Treasurer Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, "equal parts politician and gangster," and all of his backroom-dealings.