Everyone loves something for free. There are lots of freebee and coupon sites out there. However, we can often find ourselves shopping a sale for something we don’t need, just because it’s a good deal. I wanted to pull together some deals for you on things you CAN use and will love! Who doesn’t love a freebee?
Athleta offers free workout classes on various days during the week at their stores and studios. Lululemon does as well. Find your local store and call them to see their schedule of free classes. What’s better than a free workout class?
Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks both offer rewards programs if you register your card with them. Starbucks offers you a free drink for every dozen purchased. Dunkin Donuts’ program going on a point system. Dunkin Donuts will even give you a free beverage just for signing up. Both programs can be accessed through apps on your phone. You’re buying coffee anyway, why not get something back?
Home Depot offers classes on weekends. You can learn skills pertaining to home repair and decor. However, I think one of the greatest things are the kids classes they offer. Bring your child to create something (like a birdhouse). It’s a little messy and a lot of fun. Kids love it and it’s free!
Sephora is known as the ultimate beauty destination. Not only do they have a wide selection of products, they will help you learn how to use them. Make sure you have some time and get a free makeover and tutorial. Learn techniques from an expert, not a magazine. They will also make you samples of things you want to try out!
IKEA is known for their meatballs. However, when you’re shopping the aisles and making those tough decisions, grab a cup of coffee or tea for free. IKEA family is their rewards program and it’s free to join. Members are entitled free coffee and tea during their stay.Who doesn't love a freebee? Click To Tweet
Did you know that libraries still lend out new release DVDs? The due date is usually a quick turn around, but it’s free! Many libraries also have day passes available to local aquariums, museums and parks. Instead of buying tickets, call your library and see if they have a day pass. Getting in for FREE makes the day more affordable. In most cases you are still responsible if there is a parking cost.
Have a favorite freebee? Tell me about it? I’d love to share it with our readers!