Who would turn down a free beverage from a drive-in restaurant? No one, it’s FREE!
To get this offer, simply download the Sonic Drive-In App from the Google Play Store or Apple’s App Store. Now you have it. Nothing else is required. You get rewarded just by opening it up! Unlike the Steak ‘n Shake offer, you have the choice of receiving either a medium slush or a medium drink free of charge.
Not only do you get one of those, but every time you “order ahead” using their app Sonic will let you get drinks and slushies for 50% off every single time. You can also use the app to “personalize every order just the way you like, according to their website.
Learn more about the Sonic App on their official page.
Just by downloading the Steak ‘n Shake Rewards app on your smart device, you’ll get yourself a coupon good for a single free milkshake from the famous burger diner! To get the coupon, you have to complete your first in-app order. This is the only prerequisite to getting that sweet treat free of charge.
The app also boasts that for every $50 spent (presumably using the app), you’ll get $5 back. That’s not a bad deal for those of you who frequent Steak ‘n Shake when the urge for a good burger bites you.
Just go to their official rewards page to learn more or download their app from the Google Play Store or the App Store on your Apple device!
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.