Friday, 11 July 2014

Freebie Friday 11th July




Hi to all who regularly visit and those who are now following in the last week, its been a funny week weather wise and a funny week trying to find those elusive freebies. This week its more 'Try your Luck' with offer of so many. So wishing all GTDO fans lots of luck.

There is a rather big freebie but it is for communities, schools and youth projects, so if you know of one pass it along as its a great chance to have lots of trees brightening up your open spaces, great for the birds and wildlife and a nice change to the concrete!
In fact some of the free packs are enough for one acre of land, 420 free saplings!!

You can find out more here. 


Bloggers feel free to link up those lovely goodies that you are giving away. Don't forget they can be free stuff, deals and discounts too.

Freebies

Free sample of Always Discreet

Free label and address templates plus free samples

Free Naturelly Kids drinks
Email or tweet
gilbee@naturelly.co.uk 

Worth a Go as So Many
100 Max Factor Gel Shine Lacquer

500 Daionic Protein Shakes

100 Yazoo 4 beakers sets

5,000 Delibakie Dog Snacks

1,000 Maldon Sea salt samples and tins

500 bottles of BerryWhite

200 Mojito Kits

Combine Coupons and store discounts

Gillette Pro Glide for £2 at Asda
Most stores £9.99
Currently £4 in Asda but with voucher £2!!!

Flash Gel Usually £2.50 400ml 
Combine coupon with offers here > 50p (Sainsbury) or Tesco 75p




5 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting. I've linked up 2 giveaways. And may I mention that by doing the mailing list option on my Shoutykid rafflecopter, entrants also get a chance to win an iPad.
    Yet Another Blogging Mummy!!!

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  2. Linked up my two recent giveaways - thank you!! xx

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  3. I usually do a couple of comps from here. I LOVE the combined discount and coupon section youve done - reminds me of american Extreme Couponing.

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  4. Super comp links and freebies as usual.

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  5. elle nicholls: everyone loves a freebie! i agree with Laura, it reminds me of U.S style couponing, I don't think we've grasped the concept quite the same here in UK but time will tell ;)

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