Get a couple of free song downloads with a free $2 Amazon MP3 credit, score a free $5 Cracker Barrel gift card, and snag a free quart of paint from Ace Hardware with the latest freebies.
You can find more free offers and samples that may still be available by browsing our archives.
Your turn: What songs did you buy with your free Amazon MP3 credit?
Free $2 Amazon MP3 Credit
Enter the code MP3S4ALL on Amazon to receive a free $2 Amazon MP3 credit. Many songs are priced at $0.99, so you may be able to get a couple songs for free. The credit must be redeemed by 6/15.
*Saturday Only* Free Quart of Paint at Ace Hardware
Once again, Ace Hardware’s Facebook page offers a printable coupon for a free quart of Clark & Kensington paint this Saturday, 6/16. Offer available while supplies last.
Free $5 Cracker Barrel Gift Card
Get a free $5 Cracker Barrel gift card via email when you play their sweepstakes and opt in to their email newsletter.
Free Father’s Day E-Cards and Printable Collages
Get the free membership at Smilebox and use your own pictures to create free e-cards for Father’s Day. They also have a monthly free premium design (normally only available for premium members), which for June is a nice printable photo collage. You can also use Smilebox to make a free collage cover photo for your Facebook page.
Free Donation to Solid Ground
Through Thursday, for every “share” on the Kashi Facebook page, Kashi will donate $10 to Solid Ground, a Seattle-based non-profit that teaches families to grow their own food. The app will post a statistic on your Facebook timeline as part of the promotion.
Free eCookbook: The Man Cave Hot Dog Book
The Man Cave Hot Dog Book by Matt Thompson, a hot dog cookbook currently free for Kindle, looks like it might have some fun recipes for summer barbecues ($2.99 value).
Free Kids eBook: God Gave Me You
Download the children’s picture book God Gave Me You by Cindy Bracken for free for Kindle on Amazon.
Free Music: Jackopierce
Download a free NoiseTrade Exclusive sampler by Jackopierce, a band that may appeal to fans of Matchbox 20 and Matt Nathanson.