Want some cat food?
Purina is offering a free sample of Purina One cat food. All you have to do is follow the link to their website and fill out the necessary information on the form and hit submit. Your free sample will be promptly shipped to your address. You must be at least 18 years old to order. The site also says to allow 6 to 8 weeks for your sample to be shipped.
This offer is valid between August 1 2017 until January 31, 2018, or until they run out of stock. Additionally, only one sample of cat food per household is allowed.
If you want to try out a new brand of food for your cat, or if you just want some extra free cat food, this is the deal for you.
A picture-perfect deal.
JC Penny is offering a coupon that gives the user 40% off a JC Penny Portraits photo purchase. With this coupon, “Traditional Sheets”, which are normally $14.99, are now $3.99. Additionally, a “High-Res Digital Album” is now $99.99 as opposed to the regular price of $149.99. It shaves a good amount of money off of expensive portraits.
You must have the coupon in person when buying the sheets in order to use it. Also, the coupon states that a family can use only one of these offers per day. “Digital images and enhancements” are not valid for use with this coupon as well, the coupon states.
If you want your discount, you had better act quick. This deal is good until July 31, 2017.
You can recieve two bottles of Luseta hair products by going to the sample page on their official website and filling out the form below. You will get one bottle of Luseta Tea Tree and Argon Oil Shampoo and one bottle of Luseta Tea Tree and Argon Oil Conditioner. After that, your bottles will be promptly sent to your address.
The website states that the product “Cleans and Moisturizes hair and soothes the scalp” as well as “Nourishes from your scalp to your ends” while it “Eliminates frizz, adds shine, detangles and strengthens”. Those are some fancy descriptions, but are they true? You can order your free bottles of Luseta Beauty products and find out for yourself!
Only a few days left!
Stein Mart is offering two coupons that give 20% off “any one sale item” and 25% off “entire purchase of Red Dot Clearance”. The coupons themselves state that the deals are able to be used in conjunction with other “Stein Mart Rewards certificates and coupons”. These deals are limited-edition, too. They are only valid through June 4, which falls on a Sunday, and can only be used in participating locations – as always. You can access the coupons here.
If you want to get in on the savings at Stein Mart, you had better act quick!
Need some pain relievers? Walmart is offering FREE samples of Advil Liquid-Gels via the Freeosk app! The deal started on Dec 24, and operates on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.
To get this freebie, the first thing you need to do is download the Freeosk app, which is compatible with both Android and iPhone devices. Then just find a Freeosk at any participating Walmart location and you will recieve your free sample of Advil Liquid-Gels. The official website also states that you will be able to enjoy “a new free sample every week”. For those of you who need pain relief on a weekly basis, this is the freebie for you!
If you have any inquiries, Freeosk also has an FAQ about this very topic.
Do you snore at night? Then you probably need something to quiet yourself. Breathe Right is offering a free box of Breathe Right Nasal Strips on their official website. Just go here to get yours!
All you have to do is fill out the form provided by the link and your free sample will arrive in 1-2 weeks. The website also notes that by filling out the form, you also agree to receive their “free email newsletter, packed with offers and news about Breathe Right® products”. You must be at least 18 years of age to register for this freebie and a US resident to be eligible for this freebie. Breathe Right also limits the deal to one box per household.
You can choose from two types of nasal strips, actually. The Breathe Right Extra Clear and the Breathe Right Lavender. The website states that the Extra Clear is “50% stronger than Original Tan”. The Lavender strips, on the other hand, supposedly brings “nighttime nasal congestion relief with the calming scent of lavender”. It all depends on preference.
Go ahead and get your free sample of Breathe Right Strips today!
A deal you want to catch!
Orvis is offering a free sticker in exchange for signing up for their e-mail list. Orvis is an outdoor gear company, so it’s fitting that the free sticker they are offering is shaped like a fish.
To sign up, just go to their official website and fill out the online form to recieve e-mails about the latest outdoor gear. The website states that upon signing up, you will be the first to know about their new “collections, special events, online sales, and more”. It also mentions that after filling out the form, you will recieve the freebie shortly, though it is limited to “one sticker per household”. So no getting greedy.
Do you have a beard? If you do, then you’ll probably enjoy today’s freebie.
Mane Tame Proffesional Men’s Grooming is currently offering a free bottle of Beard Oil. To get it, all you have to do is visit their official website, wait for the form to pop up (it might take a couple seconds), and fill it out. They’ll ship you your sample and you can enjoy your free Beard Oil!
A little something for you cheese fans out there.
As you probably already know, Wisconsin is known as the “Cheese State”, “State of Cheese”, or any other variation of that. Simply put, it’s known for its cheeses. With that in mind, it shouldn’t surprise you that there is an official guide to cheeses from Wisconsin called “Wisconsin Cheese: A Guide to Cheeses from Wisconsin”. You can order it online at www.EatWisconsinCheese.com. Let’s take a look inside.
It opens tri-fold style and is small enough to be pinned on any fridge for later reference. It doesn’t look like much at first, being fairly small, but once you open it you are greeted by a long list of many different cheeses.
The list is alphabetized starting with Anejo Enchilado Cheese and ending with Swiss & Baby Swiss Cheese. Under a very delicious looking picture of each cheese, there is a short description of what the cheese may feel or taste like. For example, Anejo Enchilado Cheese is described as “A bright, reddish-orange exterior with a firm, ivory interior. Texture is semi-soft, almost firm and slightly crumbly. It offers a full, strong, slightly salty flavor.” Can’t you just taste it already. I think you can tell by now that whoever was writing the descriptions for these cheeses was very well educated in the field, and probably enjoyed taste-testing them, too.
For some cheeses, there is even a little tidbit of history for those who are curious. Other cheeses, such as Colby Cheese, are labelled as a “Wisconsin Original”.
On the outside flaps, there are various tips for cheese enthusiasts, such as tips for cheese storage and cooking.
All in all, the Wisconsin Cheese Variety Guide is a neat little booklet to have on hand when you’re curious for a little info on cheeses. And the best part? It’s FREE! To get your Wisconsin Cheese Variety Guide, just visit their official website and fill out the form.
Some things are never really appreciated until they are absolutely needed, and when they are needed, they can be indispensable. Take flashlights, for instance. Years ago, I never thought much about having a flashlight until there was a power outage, or I was stuck on the side of the road changing a tire late at night. When something like that happened, a flashlight was the first thing on my mind. Today, however, I like to be prepared for such emergencies. So when I had the opportunity to receive a free AYL TC-80 4-in-1 LED Flashlight in exchange for a review, I saw a light, so to speak.
The AYL TC-80 is an LED flashlight that can also convert into a small lantern or a flashing emergency beacon of sorts. It is sold by a company called Accessorize Your Life, which apparently is what the acronym AYL stands for. The company sells an assortment of tech related products, including cases and sleeves for smartphones and tablets, wireless mini speakers, and of course the TC-80.
AYL promotes the TC-80 as a “Tactical Emergency Nightlight with Telescoping Body and Magnetized Base – Water Resistant Spotlight for Work, Auto, Camping, Garage, Emergency – Battery Powered”. The flashlight is equipped with Cree® LED’s. Cree is a well known and respected manufacturer of LED lighting components, and a flashlight manufactured with a CREE branded LED is usually considered higher end.
The flashlight arrived packaged in a plain small brown cardboard box with no fancy labeling, graphics or frills. It was a very unassuming package indeed, and gave no hint of anything particularly special inside.
Then I opened the box. The moment I took the TC-80 out of its bubble wrapped sleeve, I was somewhat impressed. I saw photos of it online, so it was about what I expected as far as looks were concerned. However, it had some real weight and felt solid and durable. It was what I hoped for, and what I expected, but the reason it impressed me was because I wasn’t disappointed. It met my expectations.
The TC-80 takes 4 AAA batteries, and does not include them, so I had to shop for a pack before I could test the flashlight. (Most of my devices use AA batteries or rechargeable battery packs, so I didn’t usually keep the little AAA cells handy.) Once the batteries were inserted, things really lit up – literally.
The front beam consists of a CREE XP-E R3 Ultra Bright LED with a telescopic lens assembly capable of instantly adjusting from a narrow focused beam up to an almost 180 degree spread. The beam is very bright – the first time I turned it on it really lit up the room. The narrowest focus is so sharp it projects the shape of the square LED chip itself. I don’t know if that’s considered a good or bad among flashlight aficionados (and there is such a thing as a flashlight connoiseur, believe it or not), but that little projected square is really, really bright.
The most unique feature, in my opinion, is the mini-lantern built into the flashlight. The TC-80 has a telescoping base that, when extended, reveals a second light consisting of a COB (Chip-On-Board) strip light designed to serve as a tiny lantern. The power switch toggles between three modes: the front beam, the mini-lantern and a third light- a flashing red light that eminates from the COB! This is something that could come in quite handy and could even be a life saver if one is stuck on the side of a highway at night.
The TC-80 has one more nice touch. The base of the flashlight includes and embedded magnet, which is powerful enough to firmly support the flashlight when attached to a metal surface such as the side of a vehicle when changing a tire. Think of the possibilities! I know I can.
According to the product description, the TC-80 is made with aircraft-grade anodized aluminum, and is advertised as shock proof and water resistant. Now, keep in mind that water resistant does not mean waterproof. There is a difference, and it’s an important one. It may be able to take some moisture, and even some rain, but don’t drop it in a lake. I haven’t tested it in the rain yet, so I don’t know just how much moisture it can take, but it looks and feels fairly rugged, so it can probably survive at least a light sprinkle.
To summarize, the AYL TC-80 is a well designed and solidly constructed flashlight that can be quite useful for a number of applications when emergency light is needed. I personally think everyone should have a TC-80 or something like it in their vehicle or at their bedside, just in case. It retails for around $50 but you can pick it up on Amazon for about half that. This is not a cheapo plastic D-cell flashlight from Wal-Mart. The TC-80 ranks closer to a pro model. There are high end, professional grade flashlights out there that cost $100 or more, and while this isn’t the top-of-the-line as flashlights go, The AYL TC80 is well worth the retail price, in my opinion. At half that, I think it’s a bargain.
I received a free AYL TC-80 4-in-1 LED Flashlight in exchange for my honest review. The review, comments and opinions are my own.