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Free Pizza Hut Pizza for 2/29 Birthdays

If your birthday is on 2/29 and you like Pizza, then you’re in luck. Tomorrow, in celebration of all Leap Year birthdays, Pizza Hut is offering a free Personal Pan Pizza to anyone born on February 29. All you have to do is walk into any participating Pizza Hut locations and show them your government-issued ID, and the pizza is yours!

You can find the promotion on Pizza Hut’s Facebook page here.

The post reads: “To make up for lost birthdays, all Leap Day babies can come into a participating location for a free Personal Pan Pizza this Monday. A government-issued photo ID is required.”

So if your Birthday is tomorrow, don’t forget to pick up your tasty, cheesy gift! Were you born on a Leap Year? What do you think of this deal? Sound off in the comments!

Hemp Pro 70 Chocolate Review

Hemp Pro 70

Hemp Pro 70

When I got a free sample of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 70 in the mail, I was pretty excited. Free chocolate mix? What could be better? After I tried it, all I could think of was that I now know just why they were giving it away for free. It’s not worth spending money on. Actually, I wouldn’t even drink it again if I was paid to drink it.

Ok, let’s start with what it says on the packaging. It says on the back to “put in a tasty drink, mix, and enjoy!” If you read the first paragraph of this review, we both already know that there won’t be any enjoying here.
The instructions say:

  • 4 tbsp. of Manitoba Harvest Hemp Pro 70 Chocolate (the mix)
  • 1 1/2 cups of your favorite original non-dairy or dairy beverage
  • Combine in shaker cup. Shake well. Serve.

Now, for this review, I used milk, since the package did say “your favorite non-dairy or dairy beverage”. Maybe it just doesn’t mix well with milk or something, because I did the exact instructions on the box. I added into a thermos and shook well. Keep in mind that 4 tablespoons of Hemp Pro is basically the whole package, which apparently serves 2-3 people and shouldn’t be a challenge to make. The real challenge is finding 1-2 people who would be willing to drink this stuff with you.

When I tasted it, I was surprised to find that the drink didn’t taste anything at all like chocolate. Sure there was a hint of it there, but otherwise it just made my milk somehow thinner, don’t ask me how. It was like drinking one of those Kool-Aid packages you put in water, except it wasn’t water, tasted worse, and didn’t even have a fun mascot on the packaging. I ended up finishing it not because I wanted to, but because I had nothing else in the house to drink.

In short, I would not recommend Hemp Pro 70 Chocolate. It’s not enough to make you want to spit it out (though it depends on how high your level of tolerance is) but it really adds nothing worthwile to your drink. It’s not “BLECH” per say, but more of “meh”.

 

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories – 130
  • Total Fat – 3.5 g (5%)
  • Cholesterol – 0 mg (0%)
  • Sodium – 25 mg (1%)
  • Total Carbohydrate – 11 g (4%)
  • Protein – 14 g
  • Vitamin A – less than 1%
  • Vitamin C – 2%
  • Calcium – 3%
  • Iron – 21%

Ingredients

  • Hemp Protein Concentrate
  • Organic Coconut Sugar
  • Organic Fair Trade Cocoa Powder
  • Natural Plant Extracts

Then again, if you like Hemp, you may like this. If you want to try it for yourself, fill out this Free Sample Request Form. Note: this is not an affiliate link.

Free Curly Fries at Arby’s

Aren’t curly fries one of the greatest things that have ever existed? Well, right behind sliced bread, anyway.

If you’re in need of some good ol’ Arby’s curly fries, then today is your day! Right now, Arby’s is letting anyone get their own “order of loaded curly fries” absolutely FREE! Just make sure that you buy a sandwich first, because you just can’t eat those curly fries alone. Plus, it is also a requirement for getting those free fries.

To receive this order, all you have to do is go to their official website. When you get there, print out the coupon. The coupon can be turned in for a free order of curly fries with the purchase or any Arby’s sandwich. Don’t forget to enter your first name on the website, or no free fries for you.

I myself am not someone who regularly visits my local Arby’s. Actually I don’t think I HAVE a local Arby’s. But I do know that anything free should not be passed up. Especially curly fries. Or sliced bread. And as you know, you can’t beat FREE!

Free 6-inch sub at Subway with purchase of 30 oz. drink

Next time, you buy a 30 oz. drink at any Subway, you could get a free 6-inch sub to go along with it. Just sign up here, on their official website for weekly text offers.

Signing up for offers only takes a minute – just input your mobile number and zip code, and they will start coming.

“Just enter your mobile number and your zip code, reply to our confirmation text, and you’ll soon be enjoying weekly offers from your local SUBWAY® locations,” the website says. Whether you enjoy it or not is up to you.

Free Parmesan Truffle Fries from Macaroni Grill!

Currently, when you sign up for Macaroni Grill’s e-club, they will send you a coupon for some free parmesan truffle fries! What a deal! Even though I have no idea what a parmesan truffle fry is.

You can get this sweet deal by signing up here, at the official website.

I’ve never had a parmesan truffle fry before, but eh website describes it as the “BEST. FRIES. EVER.”, so I guess you can take their word for it, right?

IHOP’s Pancake Revolution Deal

Sign up for IHOP’s Pancake Revolution to score some free meals.

The deals are one free meal for just signing up, one free meal on your birthday, and yet another free meal on the anniversary of the day that you signed up for the Pancake Revolution. That’s THREE free meals from just signing up!

You can sign up for the deal here. The offer will arrive within 24 hours of applying.

What are you doing still reading this? Those free pancakes won’t sign up for themselves!

Free sample of new Centrum VitaMints

Free Centrum® VitaMints® sample

Free Centrum® VitaMints® sample

Do you take vitamins? Want to try a new and different kind of multivitamin product? Now you can. And you can get it FREE!

Centrum is introducing it’s new Centrum® VitaMints® – yes, you read it correctly, vitamints, and they are giving away free samples for a limited time.

The company touts the New Centrum VitaMints as a refreshingly minty take on the whole multivitamin thing. According to Centrum, each tablet contains essential nutrients you enjoy like a mint, and you can take them without water.

You can register for a free sample of these new minty multis to try them out before they arrive on the market in Autumn 2015. This offer is valid for US residents 18 years of age or older and is limited to one sample per household. The free sample is available only while supplies last.

Free cheese sticks when you sign up for Pizza Hut Lovers

National Cheese Pizza Day is September 5. Although the big pizza chains are not advertising freebies to celebrate this national day, Pizza Hut is offering a free deal.

In return for signing up for Pizza Hut Lovers, Pizza Hut will provide you with free cheese sticks with your next online order. Other special deals are available for Hut Lovers members, too.

Are you ready for some free cheese sticks?

Burger King says zero price item isn’t free

Burger King menu board

This menu board at a Rock Hill, SC Burger King advertises a zero dollar King Deal that wasn’t free.

I always thought a zero priced item means the item is free. Apparently Burger King disagrees.

On the morning of June 25, 2015 I walked into a Burger King restaurant on Cherry Road in Rock Hill, South Carolina and noted a section on their menu board which stated “King Deals starting from $0.00”. On further inspection I noticed a listing for a Sausage Burrito with an advertised price of zero dollars and zero cents. When I inquired about it I was told that the price was incorrect. When I pointed out that it was officially posted on their menu board at the advertised price, I was informed that it was a pricing “download error”.

Well, that may or may not be true, but error or no, if the price of an item it is publicly displayed on their menu board in their restaurant, as far as the customer is concerned, that is the price. If isn’t the actual price, and the management refuses to honor the price that advertised on the menu, isn’t that considered false or misleading advertising?

I think so, and so did the customer ahead of me who also tried, and failed, to get a Sausage Burrito for free, as the menu board implied. Apparently Burger King disagreed.

I asked the manager why he wouldn’t honor the price on the menu when the item was posted as zero dollars and zero cents. I could hardly believe his response.

Hear his surprising answer to my question in Episode 6 of The Free Stuff Show Podcast. We’ll also discuss why we think his response was not only incorrect and perhaps even a little bizarre, it was also poor customer service. Do you agree or disagree?

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