Whether on the way to work or as a treat, grabbing a hot coffee is a ritual for many of us (don’t forget your reusable cup though!). Sadly said coffee is often quite pricey, so where can you get a free cup…here’s a few places.
1.Greggs – download the free Greggs loyalty app and you get a free regular hot drink when you register.
2. IKEA – free tea or filter coffee you get every weekday at Ikea when you sign up for a free Family card. It’s nothing to do with having children – just being part of the ‘family’ of Ikea’s customer base. The card entitles you to other special prices on goods in store too.3. Waitrose – Free hot drinks are still available for myWaitrose members to enjoy from…
Did you know that it costs over £1,000 a year to look after a dog and similar to look after a cat? Well here is a new service that could make that a little cheaper.
PetPoints is a new free to use website which helps you with cat, dog (or fish!) freebies. Popular categories include free cat food, free dog food, free pet app and other free pet stuff.
Most of the offers you see will be freebies whilst others will be heavily discounted or exclusives. What’s the catch? “Well some of our offer partners pay PetPoints to get people to sign-up to their offers which could be free samples or free trials of their services or products”, but you can get free stuff in return for a Facebook like too.
Here’s some of the …
You’ve heard of the People’s Postcode Lottery, where you pay monthly in advance to enter, with five draws a month and prizes every day. Well lookey here at what I’ve found, a free to enter postcode lottery. I’ve entered, so fingers crossed, now will you? Here’s all the information you’ll need to decide.
What is FreePostcodeLottery.com?
FreePostcodeLottery.com is an online daily cash prize draw. It is completely free to enter your postcode and, once you have done so, it is entered into the draw every day at noon. If your postcode is drawn you have until the next draw (24 hours) to check the site and claim the cash pot before it rolls over and goes to the next winning postcode.
How much can I win?
The daily pot is now £50. If unclaimed …
With so many freebie sites, how do you make your freebie hunting more effective? Here are my top six tips to ensure that you get the best of the free items that companies are willing to offer.
1) Create a second email address to use when applying for freebies. These companies tend to send lots of emails. You can setup new free email addresses at Gmail.com or Hotmail.com
3) Subscribe to their Weekly Email Newsletter if you want round-ups of the best freebies of the week. Usually their teams handpick the offers and make a note of the day, for example LatestFreeStuff’s (my fave service) sends …
Collecting free products has been made a lot easier by freebie round up websites.
I wrote last week about L’Occitane being generous with freebies and thought that I get plenty of stuff for free. From makeup to booklets, I have already used freebie websites to gain products for nothing.
I use LatestFreeStuff as my freebie round up service of choice. So I thought I’d list their top 5 current freebies (IMHO). Get in quick as once they’re gone, they’re gone.
1) Free Bvlgari Indian Garnet Perfume
Bvlgari are giving away FREE samples of their new Omnia Indian Garnet perfume. Just head over to their website and fill in the form with your details. Note: there is no post code box, enter it into ‘Address’ box including your full address. They’ll send out the samples in …
I love L’Occitane en Provence products since discovering while on holiday in France.
The company’s hand wash in Verbena smells so devine and Mr BH and I see it as a big treat. At £18 for 500 ml (eeks) it is a very pricey hand wash. But refills are a tenner at Bicester village though and on eBay and it lasts ages.
I like their soaps too, but again they aren’t cheap. I do find that Soak and Sleep do a similar soap range that cost less.
Anyway, I think that L’Occitane are generous with their freebies. I have today picked up a week’s trial of its Creme Devine face cream, so seven sachets of cream. All I had to do was fill in a form and pick up the sample from a L’Occitane store. …