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Freebies: Kashi, Pampers, Kleenex and More!

Posted on Monday, October 11th, 2010 at 10:44 am
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There are a lot of great freebies out there and still available this week. If like getting free samples in the mail, then you will love reading this post. You can cut down on your grocery bill a bit when you incorporate free stuff into your regular household.

Any food freebies I can find are especially appreciated in my household. The free samples are usually just the right size to pack as school snacks for the kids. As for the other free samples, such as shampoo and other health and beauty products, I keep them in a designated box in my closet. This way, I can pull out a sample or two and actually use them on a daily basis. They are especially great in emergencies when we run out of something and can’t make it to the store or want to stretch out the budget by a few more days.

You can also use free samples for travel. Just put them away in a little travel kit, and you’ll be all set to go on that next trip. Although we are avoiding travel because of the expense, a travel kit can still come in handy for the not too far away weekend trips to visit family. It helps in the chaos of getting everyone organized to go; I can just grab my little free sample bag and know that we will be covered.

Any extra free samples that you might have can be used for stocking stuffers or basket stuffers around the holidays.

Anyway, I know that you are anxious to get those free samples in your mailbox, so here you go!


Choose one of three two different free Kashi samples:

* TLC Cereal Bar Ripe Strawberry
* TLC Chewy Granola Bar Trail Mix Just ran out.
* TLC Crackers Original 7 Grain



Get a free potty training kit.


Free Kleenex Brand Share Package

I saw this one on a very cute television commercial. You can send a friend (or yourself) a free package of Kleenex and even track the progress of how everyone is sharing.


Free SmoothSmooth Shampoo and Conditioner

“Offer includes two sample-sized bottles of shampoo and conditioner, shipped courtesy of Erik Prautsch’s HAIRTRIGGERED.”


Walmart Freebie! Just ran out! 🙁

FREE sample of Quaker Life Soft Baked Squares
Choose from two different flavors.


Free Quest Protein Bars

Get 2 free Quest bars when you sign up with your mailing address. They are running about 6 weeks behind in shipping the freebies. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to request the two free bars. You’ll have to go on a tour (click through a couple of pages).


Free Cottonelle Wipes

Share with a friend your love of Cottonelle Fresh® Flushable Moist Wipes and you’ll each get a free tub* with a free Cottonelle EasyReach™ hanger*. We’ll send your friend a FreshMail message, and instructions on how to get a coupon.

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