The internet is a wonderful thing.. an information super highway to plenty of free deals that won't cost you a dime in gas.
Here's the deal!
Many stores and restaurants are pushing to get your business and their giving away stuff to get you in the door. We're talking names like Walmart, where you can pick up freebies on its samples page. The same goes for Costco.
Kroger, which owns King Soopers, is offering freebies from contact lenses to medicine to tea.
Quizno's even has a coupon for a free sandwich.
These offers change often, so it would be a good idea to save these sites in your favorites and check them occasionally for the newest deals.
The next site should give you something to do every weekend of the year and not take a single dollar out of your pocket.
Here's the deal!
Colorado-For-Free.com contains a list of free events, locales, and tours that could keep your family busy for a while. Better yet, several of the tours come with free goodies such as free jerky, candy, even beer tasting. I counted around fifty things you can do pretty much in your own backyard, and again, they won't cost you a dime.
You can find the Walmart, Kroger, and Quizno's deals by searching "free samples" on their websites. This also works for most other companies that offer freebies. You might be careful trying to access free samples through a third-party website, as your information could fall into the hands of spammers.
Enjoy these great deals, and please take a moment to post a comment and share the best deals you've come across!
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