Free Samples for 1/20/2009
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Free Samples for 1/20/2009

Posted on Tuesday, January 20th, 2009 at 5:52 pm
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Are you ready for some more free samples? I know that I am. I recently received my shampoo and conditioner samples from Dove (Free grocery Samples for 1/5/2009) and let me tell you that they are worth getting. Instead of little envelopes of shampoo and conditioner, these are nice travel-sized bottles. My little guy dumped a bit on the floor when I wasn’t looking (I guess he was attracted to the nice sent), but there is still plenty left for at least two or three uses.

Of course you want some new freebies, too. So here they are!

Quaker True Delights Dark Chocolate Raspberry Almond bar

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Free Berry Burst Metamucil

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Free Sample of Playtex Sport Tampons

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Free Trident Gum (when you submit a photo of your smile)

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Free sample packet of Masada’s Psorialeve Skin Calming Cream

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Free Teen Beauty Kit (feminine products)

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Free sample of Baby Phat Fabulosity Fragrance

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