Walmart Free Samples for October 7th
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Walmart Free Samples for October 7th

Posted on Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at 3:56 pm
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Get ready to fill those mailboxes again. I think my supply of boxed free samples from Walmart is running low, so I thought I would go ahead and check out what is current available to request.

But before I give you the scoop and the links, I wanted to mention those restaurant coupon booklets again. I had to run all over town trying to find the McDonald’s ones. Apparently they are selling out fast, so keep that in mind and get yours as soon as you can. I bought a bunch for my kids and the kids in the neighborhood.

Okay on to the Walmart free samples.


Just in time for cold and flu season is the first sample from Walmart, Emergen-C supplement. You can get two free samples in one shot. You get the multivitamin in Cherry Pomegranate, and you also get a sample of the fizzy drink mix in pink lemonade.


GoodNites Underpants is offering both a sample of the product as well as a lot of information about battling bedwetting. And even if you don’t have a child who is overcoming this issue, the GoodNites can also be used for a younger child who may be outgrowing the size 5 diapers.


With all of those Halloween and fall treats, you might find yourself needing a little heartburn relief. I know that apple cider always triggers heart burn in my husband. Click on the floating balloon to get your free sample.

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