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Free Sample Roundup: FREE Jolly Time Pop Corn + More Still Available!

by Tara Kuczykowski on September 21, 2011 · 1 comment

I post a lot of freebies every week, and I know sometimes it can be hard to wade through which are still available, so each week I put together a list of samples and other freebies you can still request if you haven't already. Some of the best freebies disappear too quickly to make this list, but there are still some great ones available. Enjoy!

:: Free Food & Beverage Samples

:: Free Baby & Kid Samples

:: Free Home & Office Samples

:: Free Beauty Samples

:: Free Health Samples

:: Free Feminine Care Samples

:: Free Pet Samples

:: Mall Freebies

:: Free Books

:: Free Cookbooks

:: Free Magazines

:: Free Music

:: Free Photo Products

**shipping ranges from $0.99 to $5.99 for these offers

What types of freebies are your favorite?

If you come across a sample or freebie that is no longer available, please let me know in the comments so it can be taken off the list. I do my best to check each one before posting it here, but sometimes a sample appears to still be available when it isn't and sometimes they run out soon after I post!

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1 Maeay September 30, 2011 at 1:15 pm

Magazines, would be my favorite freebies. Altho, here is a reply I FINALLY received from Food & Wine magazine after trying to contact them for a couple of months. My complaint is why am I receiving invoices for something that was supposed to be "free"? This is what they sent me:

"Thank you for contacting FOOD & WINE Customer Service.Our records show you took advantage of three risk-free issues with an additional nine issues, for a total of 12 issues, at a cost of $19.99, plus applicable tax on March 24, 2011. If you respond to one of our risk-free promotions we enter an order for you on our system. We then send you an order confirmation and possibly a few billing notices. After you review the magazines, you have the option to continue the subscription with the appropriate payment. If, on the other hand, you decide you are not interested in subscribing, you have the option to return the notice with your cancel request. Please be aware that, with the risk-free trial offers, our billing schedule remains the same. Because of this and the fact that you are given a preview period without having paid for the magazine, you may receive a couple of notices asking you to remit payment. We ask that you disregard the tone of these invoices because we are unable to change the billing schedule. If you have any questions, please let us know. We apologize for any confusion. We appreciate this opportunity to be of service."

I like the comment "We appreciate this opportunity to be of service." That is by far, NO customer service!
Guess we're cut off at this point. This is a scam, they are just dishonest with this type of offer. Food & Wine should have provided more information than they did. This has happened before.
Be careful out there!
Have a wonderful weekend!


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