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Free breakfast at Chick-fil-A (select locations) and lots of beauty items

There are some great freebies this week! If you live in D.C., VA, NC or CA you can grab a free breakfast. If you don't, there are tons of beauty freebies this time around!

Gillette is giving away several different free full size products during the next 7 days, 5,000 each day. You're going to have to be on top of this one though. They don't tell you what time it will start, so you'll have to keep watching their wall....all day.

If you don't have the time to stand by the computer all day, you can choose a freebie from Eucerin (there are 4 to choose from). Plus, make sure you grab all the free hair care products; VO5, Clear Scalp, Pantene and L'Oreal!

Freebie #1: Free Breakfast at Chick-fil-A - Select locations and dates. You have to make a reservation for your meal online. Click the area you are in on their page to start. Each location tells you how many reservations are still available for each participating store.

Washington DC & Virginia - January 16th, 23rd and 30th
Charlotte, North Carolina (and surrounding area) - January 21st to the 26th
California - January 21st to the 25th

Freebie #2:
Gillette Venus 10 Days of Giveaways - To celebrate getting 1 million fans Gillette Venus if giving away Gillette products for the next ten days. No time is announced for the daily giveaway. A link to the giveaway is posted daily on their wall.

Freebie #3: Choose 1 of 4 Free Samples - "Like" Nivea on Facebook and scroll down the page until you see "thank you." Pick your sample and fill in the form. Choose from; NIVEA Extended Moisture Lotion, Nivea for Men Energy 3-in-1 Body Wash, Eucerin Professional Repair Lotion or Aquaphor Lip Repair SPF 30.

Freebie #4: Free Full Size VO5 Salon Series Hair Product - "Like" them on Facebook and fill in the form. The first 100 who sign up daily at noon EST until January 22nd get a free bottle.

Freebie #5: Free 7 Day Sample of Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy - "Like" them on Facebook and click "Take the Challenge" to get started. This offer is for new request only. If you received a sample before from a previous promotion you won't be able to get another.

Freebie #6: Pantene Expert AgeDefy Sample - Log in or register with Vocalpoint to get the sample. The page takes a while to load. If your not registered with Vocalpoint, I highly recommend that you do. They offer great freebies from time to time.

Freebie #7: L'Oreal Advanced Haircare Sample - Scroll down the page and click "Start Now.". Choose your hair type, then the recommended product will show up. Under the product, click "Get A Free Sample." If you received a sample before from a previous promotion you may still qualify to get another sample.Qualifying is determined by your email address, if you received one before and want another use a different email address.

Jackie lives in Seattle, her blog is Free Hot Samples. Where there are hundreds of freebies and deals up for grabs.

(Source: Savings.com)


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