Welcome! I am a mom to two wonderful kids, a lovely retired greyhound, and a wife to a great husband. Needless to say, there are a lot of daily messes to clean up around our house. Daily Messes is my blog to share ideas on things to do with your kids, snack and meal ideas, crafts, and holiday fun. I hope you find something to enjoy!

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Freebies for Adults!

Why is that once we grow up, all those cool freebies disappear? Luckily, there are still some freebies out there for us grown ups!

There are some sites that offer freebies for adults. One is www.vocalpoint.com, which offers a community forum, articles, surveys, and free samples. Another web site is www.bzzagent.com. Bzz Agent offers freebies based on your usage and feedback. To get offered more frequent (and better) samples, you needed to spread word of mouth about the product, post on Facebook, and/or write a review about the product. My last one was for Comforts brand baby/toddler products. I received a 2 pack of sippy cups, a box of wipes, a coupon for a pack of free diapers or pull ups, and some coupons for Comforts products.

Huggies and Pampers both offer rewards for buying their products. When you buy a product, there is a rewards code on the packaging to redeem on their website. The more points you accumulate, the better the reward. Some of the items are baby related, but there are also adult oriented items too. I usually use mine to get a free photo calendar or announcements from Shutterfly.com, but there are usually some gift cards and magazines offered as rewards as well.

Starbucks is another chance for freebies. Since I LOVE coffee, it's nice to get a freebie while I'm there. They offer a free iTunes or Apple store card each week; usually new ones come out on Tuesday. The cards can be games, books, songs. Some are for adults and some are for kids. (If you have a Target near you that has a Starbucks inside of it, they usually carry the cards too.)

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