You probably don't need much encouragement to shop at Amazon, but the promise of free stuff certainly doesn't hurt. In fact, there are a lot of ways to collect freebies from the world's largest retailer, both from Amazon directly and from its countless merchants.
This route is by no means guaranteed; you'll need a strong social media presence, the time to invest in your channel, and the patience to work for free until you start to get the attention of sellers. As an added bonus, you can earn a small commission on any products bought through your social media channel using Amazon's affiliate sales program.
In addition to the various review and giveaway programs, there's a more conventional route to getting free stuff on Amazon: The retailer's own freebies, given away to everyone as a way to encourage you to become a loyal customer.
Like Facebook groups that connect Amazon customers with freebies and deals (discussed earlier in this article), there are a handful of third-party websites dedicated to helping you find free Amazon products.
Parents who are tired of reading a bedtime story to their kids every night will be happy to hear that there are ways to get free audiobooks for kids too. Your kids can listen to The Wizard of Oz, The Jungle Book and other kids classics for free, courtesy of Audible and other websites.
Everyone keeps saying that you should cut the cord on cable television, but what if you really love binge-watching your favorite shows? Have no fear, there are lots of streaming services that are still free with no strings attached (though you might have to watch a commercial or two). Worth checking out, Amazon Freevee (formerly IMDB TV) has free original series including the Bosch spinoff Bosch: Legacy. And if you want to stop splurging on entertainment, we have a list of the best budget apps. Or read how to negotiate; you may just be able to broker a better rate on your streaming services.
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(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Governments around the world are taking major steps to clamp down on the anticompetitive practices of large technology companies. But the quest to rein in the power of these giants may have an unfortunate side effect for consumers: less free stuff.
To see if the appeal of the free kiss was based on convenience (not having any change, having to hunt around in a purse for coins, etc.), the experiment was repeated in a cafeteria food line where the cost of the chocolate could be easily added to the total purchase. Even with the elimination of paying inconvenience, the free kiss was still the overwhelming choice.
Interesting post ? since I just did some research on Red Bull, I found that they also gave away free samples to party-goers and students to generate buzz marketing in their early days. And they did very well using this strategy.
Roger, in the end, yes, the lunches were more valuable ? But for a couple years there, Excite had a seriously good ride. Many multi-millionaires were made. But people *still* got more excited about the free beverages!
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Summer food service provides free meals for all children ages 18 and under during the summer months. Summer food services ensure that all families have access to consistent, healthy meals all summer long.
California boasts over 100 museums that offer admission for either free or a discounted rate. In fact, some counties even let certain recipients use their food benefits at fast food restaurants, having officially changed their Restaurant Meals Program to be statewide!
Florida offers admission to museums for free or $3, including both the Museum of Science and History (MOSH) in Jacksonville and the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Tampa. Discounted cell phone and internet service is also available. Get all the details in our article on Florida EBT discounts.
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Sentinel U, a provider of web-based simulation education technology solutions for nursing schools, hospital systems and healthcare professionals, will celebrate National Nurses Week by providing two deserving nurse professionals with free meal deliveries for one year.
Many people find out about the days when donuts or 7-Eleven Slurpees are being given away only at the last minute, when word pops up in their social feeds. To truly take advantage of the full year's worth of fake marketing holidays and other days when freebies are there for the taking, we decided to gather all of the calendar's usual events featuring something given out for nothing and assemble them in one handy spot.
7-Eleven Day: July 11 It's become tradition for 7-Eleven convenience stores to give out free Slurpees every year on July 11, a.k.a. 7/11. The freebies sometimes extend beyond Slurpees, with weeklong giveaways of things like ice cream bars, Twinkies, and Big Gulps.
National Hot Dog Day: Third Wednesday in July The deals might include hot dogs for free, $1, or even less, or promotions like buy-one, get-one-free from convenience stores and fast food chains.
National Parks Birthday: August 25 Admission is generally free to all national parks on the park system's birthday, August 25. But because 2016 is 100th anniversary of America's national parks, admission is being waived for a few extra days: Entrance is free from August 25 to 28 this summer.
National Cheeseburger Day: September 18 Special discounts and straight-up free cheeseburgers are on the menu at select restaurants on National Cheeseburger Day, celebrated every September 18.
National Public Lands Day: Saturday in Late September National Public Lands Day, held on September 24 this year, is another day in which admission is free for all national parks, as well as national forests and many state parks.
Halloween: October 31 You know that candy is free, at least for kids going door-to-door in costumes. But Halloween has also become a day for scary good deals, with specials like free kids' meals, deeply discounted "boo-ritos," and free donuts, typically available only for customers wearing Halloween costumes.
Veterans Day: November 11 Veterans and active members of the military are showered with a staggering number of free food deals annually on Veterans Day, plus assorted other deals like free haircuts and free oil changes for folks with military ID. National parks admission is free for everybody on Veterans Day too.
Black Friday: Friday after Thanksgiving In addition to doorbuster deals, Black Friday is known for occasional freebies like free coffee and donuts, and even free pet adoption. For those who want to escape the mall crowds, lots of state parks have free admission on Black Friday.
New Year's Eve: December 31 Stay safe on the roads and take advantage of services offering free coffee for drivers and free rides home for those who shouldn't be driving on New Year's Eve. 2b1af7f3a8