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FreeBox: Lots and lots of Freebies

by Freebies4Mom on November 7, 2011 5:41 pm

I’ve fallen a bit behind on my “FreeBox” because I haven’t been including enough freebies in my photos and they are starting to pile-up. So here we go, a longer list than usual today as I try to catch-up. Take a peak into my “FreeBox” (it’s my mailbox, but only filled with freebies, coupons and hot deals) and find out how to fill your mailbox with freebies:

  • Jolly Time Instant Win – I won free Jolly Time from their last sweeps, go enter the new sweeps and win your popcorn!
  • Gather Together Coupons – over $35 in savings from P&G, still available to request
  • Red Monkey Seasoning – I entered this sweeps and they mailed me free samples (I don’t know if they’re still mailing samples out)
  • Free Card from Cardstore.com – I love the free card offers that include free shipping too (posted 10/4/11)
  • Cottonelle Roll Cover – I won one in their sweeps (ended, posted 9/20/11)
  • Gift Cards from RecycleBank – iTunes, Olive Garden, and Old Navy gift cards
  • Aveeno Nourish + Shine sample – this offer is now expired (posted 3/27/11)
  • Ojon Hair Serum – got my free sample (posted 9/8/11)
  • Free Magazines – Prevention, Popular Mechanics, Autoweek, Chevy, Petersen’s 4Wheel, Seattle, Ski

What did you get in your mailbox today? Please share by leaving a comment on this post, or post a photo on Facebook. I love to hear what you’re getting inside your mailbox! This post contains affiliate links. For more information please visit my Disclosure Policy.

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Dawn November 7, 2011 at 11:19 pm

I’m curious how your earn so many recyclebank points to get all those gift cards. I find on average I am able to earn about 50 points a month and gift cards can be as much as 2500 points. I feel like it would take me forever to save up for a gift card!

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Anonymous November 8, 2011 at 5:29 am

Dawn – I earn most of my RecycleBank points by referring my readers to RecycleBank. I’m guessing that people who have RecycleBank as part of their neighborhood recycling system can also earn points rapidly (but I don’t know since I’ve never been able to participate with my curbside recycling).

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Dawn November 8, 2011 at 10:29 am

That makes sense. Thanks!

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