For a limited time at all McDonald’s locations in Canada, from September 22nd to 29th 2014, everyone can get a free small premium roast coffee. I’m sure you’ve heard about this promotion before, as it available from time to time at McDonald’s.
Coffee business is a very profitable market and McDonald’s are desperately trying to get a bigger share of it. Since McDonald’s isn’t necessarily the first name you think of when you think of getting a coffee, they are trying to change that by giving you a free coffee. In the end what do you have to lose? There are much worst things in life than getting a free if you ask me. Now, I’ve never tasted their brew so I can’t really encourage you to try it any other way than by reminding you that it’s free.
How do you manage your coffee consumption? Do you just give in and drink as much as you can or do you have a specific approach to it? Personally, I try to limit my consumption by only drinking coffee from an espresso machine. I know it may sound snobby, but it’s actually my tactic for limiting the quantity of coffee I drink. I simply coffee so much that if it didn’t feel like a special treat I’d just drink it all the time. Plus, actually going out of your way in order to get a latte is time consuming and somewhat expensive, and I don’t have that much time and money to waste. So, here’s my tactic. How do you deal with it?
Here’s a mail-in rebate offer from Lysol that is good for a full refund on the purchase of a No-Touch antibacterial hand soap system. Keep reading to learn more about this deal.
Click here to Claim this Lysol Deal
By claiming this deal you will be able to redeem a rebate of up to $17.65 to cover the cost of the dispenser, taxes and postage. In other words, Lysol have made it as simple and affordable as possible to get your hands on their most recent product.
This soap dispenser takes the word clean to the next level, preventing germs from spreading by enabling users to clean their hands without having to touch the dispenser and potentially leaving some dirt or germs on it. I guess you can never be too careful with these things.
Interested in getting a free perfume sample from Lacoste? For a limited time you will be able to claim one by using the link located below. It should only take about a minute to do, or even less if you use auto-fill (which I really recommend doing if you’re thinking about claiming a lot of freebies).
I’m not sure if it’s allergy season anymore but here’s a nice offer from Claritin Canada, that is available through this company’s Facebook online sampling page, which will get you a free trial size pack of Claritin.
Would you like some relief for your stiff back or know someone who would? Take a few seconds to order a Robax Platinum free trial of two caplets.
We get user submissions about Pampers rewards ‘by gifts to grow’ all the time, and until now we didn’t do anything about them.
Did you know that Home Depot Canada offers a bunch of free workshops? This awesome idea aims to teach participants how to complete a variety of projects around the house.
An actual fun-to-particpate Facebook freebie, quite the refreshing change. However I’m to lazy to claim this freebie, even though my girlfriend uses those big Tresemme tubs and she is a bigger fan of freebies than even me.
This is a teachers* only promotion. Toronto Zoo runs this promo every year for Teachers, and sometimes for other people too.
For those with little ones or planning to get some in the near future you know all too well how expensive things can be. So freebies are usually a welcome sight.