Canadian Freebies

November 24

Canadian Freebie: Free Moroccanoil Hair Treatment Sample @ Salon Prive

Posted by on November 24, 2014 at 12:27 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free Moroccanoil Hair Treatment Sample @ Salon Prive

Take advantage of a beautiful freebie from Salon Prive! They are offering Canadians a sample of Moroccanoil Hair Treatment for free. Sign up to get yours now.

We are big fans of freebies here on the Moose and always try to find the newest and best freebies for you to indulge in. My lovely fellow blogger Margarita was pretty stoked about this sample when she saw it and she said:

A couple of months ago, I switched to a moroccan oil based shampoo, conditioner and hair oil and I love it. My hair felt stronger after just one use and the moroccan oil also made it shinier

I hope she enjoys her sample of Moroccanoil Hair Treatment. I have seen this brand around in various hair salons and I have smelled the odd bottle because that is what I do – I smell things. The products have always had a divine scent and I can really understand the immediate appeal to this product line.

While some people may think that putting oil on your hair is counter-intuitive, oil is rich in vitamins and minerals. It can really nourish your hair, stamp out frizz, and tame static. I looked up a product description on Moroccanoil’s website and they had this to say:

It can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. It blends perfectly with other products and even speeds up drying time. This treatment for hair completely transforms and repairs as its formula transports lost proteins for strength; fatty acids, omega-3 oils and vitamins for shine; and antioxidants for protection.

A full 100ml bottle of Moroccanoil Hair Treatment costs $43 and a 25ml bottle still costs $14.80 so this is a rather special sample you are receiving.

If you are in downtown Toronto, then you can visit Salon Prive as a way to give back to the salon for generously giving out these free samples.

(Expiry: unknown)

Moose Rating (5 votes)
November 24

Amazon Canada: The Godfather Collection: The Coppola Restoration Blu-Ray Set | Was $66 Now $23

Posted by on November 24, 2014 at 9:37 AM

Amazon Canada: The Godfather Collection: The Coppola Restoration Blu Ray Set | Was $66 Now $23

Good morning, my fellow deal hunters! Today’s deal at Amazon is for The Godfather Collection: The Coppola Restoration Blu-Ray Set. With this deal, Amazon is making you an offer that you can’t refuse! This Blu-Ray set normally sells for $65.99, but you can now purchase it for only $22.99 (plus $1.99 shipping)! Now that’s one spicy deal!

The Godfather Collection: The Coppola Restoration Blu-Ray Set is one that would instantly make many people smile if they received it on Christmas morning. The Godfather movies are one of the all-time classics that are out there, and I can honestly say that they’re some of my favourite movies of all time. These mob epics are just masterpieces – some may not love them after viewing them for the first time, but by the time you watch them again, you begin to appreciate all of the characters and settings of these films.

This Blu-Ray set includes The Godfather, The Godfather Part II, and The Godfather Part III. Al Pacino is at his finest in these movies, and delivers an intense, underscored performance in these movies. If you know of any mob movie fans that you’d love to get a gift for during this holiday season, then you really need to consider picking up this deal!

If you wanted to buy this Blu-Ray set at WalMart, it would cost you $40. I’ve included a brief review of The Godfather Collection: The Coppola Restoration Blu-Ray Set from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

I just received the trilogy on Blu Ray. It’s just amazing compared to the DVD version I had.

Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
November 23

Get A Free Sample Of Claritin Non-Drowsy Tablets

Posted by on November 23, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Get A Free Sample Of Claritin Non Drowsy Tablets

Claritin is offering a brand new free sample of their non-drowsy product, so gets yours now before it’s too late! All you need to do is like Claritin on Facebook to claim your freebie.

Every so often, Claritin makes free trial sizes of its popular product available but only for a limited time. This freebie is set to expire a couple of days after the Black Friday week-end, so make sure not to miss it, especially since it could also end beforehand if all the samples are claimed. However, there is no way of knowing if the Claritin samples are almost out of stock or not, so make sure to claim yours as soon as possible.

I’m one of the lucky ones who doesn’t suffer from allergies but my hubby non-stop coughs, sneezes and blows his nose. Of course, it doesn’t help that he’s allergic to cats and we have two of those troublemakers but in any case, I can tell you that Claritin helps his right away. It’s best if you take it on a daily basis, so whether you have already tried their products in the past or are looking to give it a try for the first time, this sample pack is sure to help budget-wise at least a little bit.

A couple of weeks ago, my hubby had particularly bad symptoms and I rushed to get him Claritin from the pharmacy. I kid you not but not even 20 minutes later, he was back to normal. I’m sure it depends on each person but it’s still worth a shot if your allergy symptoms are bad.

Keep in mind that this Claritin freebie is for a free pack of non-drowsy tablets of 10mg.

Do you live in Quebec? Although you won’t be able to claim a free trial size of Claritin, you can, however, get a printable coupon for $3 off the purchase of 20 tablets or more. In many ways, this is perhaps even better than the freebie because rather than waiting for your sample pack to arrive, you can print the Claritin printable coupon and immediately head over to a pharmacy near you. A 20-tablet Claritin pack usually retails for about $15, so with a $3 rebate, this amounts to about a 20% discount.

(Image Credit: William Brawley)

(Expiry: 4th December 2014)

Moose Rating (3 votes)
November 23

Free Portable North Pole Santa Videos Now Live!

Posted by on November 23, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Free Portable North Pole Santa Videos Now Live!

Each year for the last few years, we’ve mentioned the Santa videos from Portable North Pole. These are free personalised videos, where Santa and his elves send a cute video message to your little ones. And just this week, they’ve reactivated the free video messages for Christmas 2014!

On the above page, you just pop in a few details such as your child’s name, age and interests, and they’ll make you the free personalised Santa video. When you’ve made it, they instantly send you a link to your email so you have it saved to watch later… or to tell your little one that Santa has emailed mommy! That’s what I did last year, and I was then plagued every single day to go and read Santa’s email and watch the video, again and again. My daughter was 3 years old, and was fascinated at the time. I haven’t yet shown her this year’s video, I’ll be doing it very soon!

While the above service is totally free, there are some premium options upon which you can spend some money. A premium video is only $3.99, and the unlimited holiday pass is $9.99.

In the free option, there’s one storyline, but there are 3 to choose from in the premium video. I think this might make a little more sense for slightly older kids who could recognise that the video is almost the same as the one they received last year. It might be nice to vary it up a little bit. If you are intending on buying something from Portablenorthpole.com, then make sure to hit up our coupon page here. There’s a currently active coupon code which gives you a 10% discount on any digital purchases.

On another related and fun note, check out the NORAD Santa tracker. On that site, you can track Santa’s progress around the world on Christmas Eve… it’s good fun and maybe a good incentive to get the kids to bed! It doesn’t become active until the 1st of December though, so check back on it then.

(Expiry unknown)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
November 22

GraphicStock: Get 7 Days Of Free Downloads For A Limited Time

Posted by on November 22, 2014 at 9:30 AM

GraphicStock: Get 7 Days Of Free Downloads For A Limited Time

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! At this time, you can take advantage of this monumental deal from GraphicStock – you can now get 7 days of free downloads for a limited time! You can’t go wrong with a deal where you don’t have to pay a penny for anything! GraphicStock is a great resource for stock images, graphics, vectors, and so much for. Well, what are you waiting for? Just click on the link below to take advantage of this deal!

You just can’t go wrong with this deal. You’re getting 7 days of free downloads, and you can choose from over 250,000 different graphics, vectors, images, icons, buttons, and more. You’ll get to download up to 20 different images per day, you’ll get to keep everything that you download after the 7 days are up, and there’s no obligations that you need to fulfill afterwards. This is one nice pro-bono deal, especially if you need any stock images!

I just might consider trying this site out. In case I ever need to work on a project, these stock images would really come in handy. Since it’s free, I think you should consider checking it out as well.

GraphicStock seems to get some high praise from their customers. I’ve included a brief review of this stock image website from a satisfied user below:

GraphicStock has been a wonderful resource for our business since we don’t have a graphic arts professional on staff. Their images are high quality and professional – perfect for all our design needs!

This is a great opportunity that won’t cost you a penny, so take advantage of this deal before it’s gone! I hope you all have a great weekend!

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
November 17

Elf Yourself: It’s Back – Get A Free Elf Yourself Video

Posted by on November 17, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Elf Yourself: Its Back   Get A Free Elf Yourself Video

Hey there, my fellow Bargainmoosers! I’d like to take this time to let you all know that the free Elf Yourself videos are back! You know, the hilarious web-based videos where you could upload pictures of you and your friends, family members, and whoever else you’d like to see showing off their dance moves while dressed up as an elf! Now this is a worthy distraction from your work day – it’s hilarious, it will make your friends and family have a good laugh, and best of all, it’s free! Just click on the link below for more details.

I first saw these Office Depot-sponsored Elf Yourself videos 2 years ago – I checked out my Facebook feed and saw that some of my friends and acquaintances  had these hilarious videos posted where their faces were on the bodies of these animated elves, and boy could those elves dance! I couldn’t stop laughing at how hilariously well done these videos were, and how easy they are for users to make one! All you need to do is upload some pictures, with some help from the Elf Yourself website’s integrated photo upload tool (it’s no different from posting photos on Facebook – just locate the photos that you want to have in the Elf Yourself video on your hard drive, and that’s it). From there, you’ll also have plenty of customizable options.

Now that we’re deep into the month of November, you’ll likely see a bit more snow (I know that I can see some right now by just looking outside of my window). Christmas is just around the corner, and these videos are a sure-fire way to remind your family and friends that this truly is the most wonderful time of the year! We’re currently in the second last month of 2014 – what better way to celebrate than laughing at your surprisingly smooth dance moves as an elf?

I highly recommend that you try out Elf Yourself – it’s free, and you’ll have some great laughs. I still remember when my girlfriend posted an Elf Yourself video featuring the two of us a few years back, and I loved it so much that I still have it saved on my computer. I hope you all have a wonderful Monday!

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
November 14

Amazon Canada: Download The Amazon AppStore App To Get $105 Worth Of Apps For Free – Today Only (EXPIRED)

Posted by on November 14, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Amazon Canada: Download The Amazon AppStore App To Get $105 Worth Of Apps For Free   Today Only (EXPIRED)

Amazon is at it again! They’re currently promoting a fantastic deal to entice people to download their free Amazon AppStore App, which you can get for your Android device. If you get this Amazon Appstore App today, you can get 16 free apps to download – a $105 value! All you need to do to download this free app on your Android-compatible cell phone or tablet is click here, and follow the easy-to-follow instructions provided to you by Amazon. No shipping or anything is required – after all, you’re downloading these apps straight to your Android device! This deal is only valid until November the 15th, so get it today!

Click here to check out this deal @ Amazon.ca now

Once you download the free Amazon Appstore App, you can download the free app of the day bundle! I’ve included the apps included in this “app toolbox”, along with their regular prices below:

  •  Oxford Dictionary of English with Audio ($25.43)
  • PrintHand Mobile Print Premium ($13.57)
  • Servers Ultimate Pro ($13.39)
  • HanDBase Database Manager ($10.29)
  • MathsApp Graphing Calculator ($6.99)
  • MobiMail for Outlook Web Email (FULL) ($5.99)
  • Business Card Reader ($5.60)
  • Fleksy Keyboard ($4.38)
  • Tiny Scan Pro: PDF Document Scanner ($4.28)
  • OpenDocument Reader ($4.07)
  • Camera ZOOM FX ($2.99)
  • AndroZip Pro File Manager ($2.50)
  • Office Calculator Pro ($2.29)
  • XnRetro Pro ($1.30)
  • Shuttle+ Music Player ($0.99)
  • TextGrabber + Translator Lite ($0.99)

What you’ll be paying for these apps: nothing! They’re absolutely free until November 15th. Now this is one nice deal, especially since it won’t cost you a penny! I no longer have an Android compatible device, so I won’t be able to enjoy these free apps. It’s a real shame, too – I would have loved to tinker with the MathsApp Graphing Calculator, the Camera ZOOM FX, and TextGrabber + Translator Lite apps.

I’ve included a brief review from a satisfied Camera ZOOM FX user below:

This is one of the most used of my apps… An absolutely amazing piece of software. Beats all of the rest by far! 

Take advantage of this free offer today! I hope you all enjoy the rest of your day today, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: 15th November 2014)

Moose Rating (1 votes)
November 9

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Posted by on November 9, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Origin.com Freebie: Try Battlefield 4 Free For 1 Full Week!

Origin Game Time is back and this time it’s better and bigger! Not too long ago, Battlefield 4 became free to play for one entire week and it looks like Origin just brought back this awesome freebie, so if you haven’t already taken advantage of it, I suggest you jump on it now! As Origin so convincingly put it, that’s 168 hours of non-stop gaming! Keep in mind that it’s the PC version of the game.

Free is always awesome but the fact that you can play Battlefield 4 for a whole week is even better, especially since if after your 168 hours are up, you decide to purchase the game, then you won’t lose any progress that you have made thus far. The game is currently on sale for $26.39 (reg. $39.99) but there is no word on whether or not the price will stay the same in a week.

Battlefield 4 is essentially a first-person shooter game and although it was initially filled with countless bugs and glitches upon its release in January 2014, the game has since been fixed with numerous patches and in fact, here’s a review I found on Amazon about it:

Graphics are amazing. Multiplayer is what it’s all about. Campaign pretty much teaches you all weapons and vehicles so don’t expect much more than that but there are parts that made me say to myself “Wow, That’s Awesome”.

To get the game, you’re going to need an Origin account, which is free to have. Simply sign up, confirm your e-mail and that’s it! Then, add the game to your game library and wait for it to download. This will depend on your internet speed but if you have time, then be sure to leave a comment to let us know that you’re getting the game! The great part is that you also don’t need to worry about losing any game time while you wait for the game to download as your time won’t start until the time that you launch the game.

Plus, if you don’t see yourself playing it in the upcoming days, then you can wait until the very last day as you will still get a full week to play the game. Just maybe don’t wait until the very last minute!

Have you ever played Battlefield 4 or any of the previous instalments? What did you think?

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (6 votes)
November 5

P&G Canada Freebie: Free Safety Latch Starter Kit

Posted by on November 5, 2014 at 4:00 PM

P&G Canada Freebie: Free Safety Latch Starter Kit

Got little troublemakers running around or are expecting some soon? Then you need to baby proof and what better way than to do it for free! P&G Canada is offering a free safety latch starter kit.

My little one is already beginning to crawl and just the other day, I caught her trying to open a drawer in the living room. It’s not too bad while I can still monitor her but I’m worried for the day that she become 100% mobile and begins to crawl around the entire house… not to mention walk and run — oh boy!

As such, we haven’t needed to baby proof anything yet but this safety latch starter kit is certainly exciting and much needed for anyone with babies and kids alike. It comes with:

  • 2 cupboard handle locks
  • 2 cupboard latches

These also don’t require any drilling or screws of any kind as you simply need to place it onto door handles and that’s it. It’s easy for adults to open but not so much for kids.

Once you have selected “Canada” as the country, you will need to enter basic information like your e-mail address, age range, name and address. A phone number isn’t required for this freebie. Be prepared to wait ever so slightly because it may take up to 8 weeks for your freebie to arrive. This is particularly no biggie if you are expecting since you won’t be needing it right away anyways and when it comes, it will be a nice surprise!

If your baby is already at the crawling/ running around everywhere stage and wreaking havoc on everything in sight, then I suggest that you get some at either Toys R Us and Amazon now and keep the free ones as a back-up for when they finally make it onto your doorstep or mailbox. In fact, there are plenty of latches guards and covers to choose from at Toys R Us and there is currently a “buy more, save more” event that you can take advantage of to save 15% off 1 item, 20% off 2 items or 30% off 3 items.

This freebie is only available “while supplies last”, so hurry to get yours as soon as possible before it’s too late. Also, only one kit is available per household, but you could fill out the form for friends and family members as a nice little treat!

(Image Credit: Bianca Nogrady)

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (5 votes)
November 4

Canadian Freebie: Free Pocket Screwdriver @ Big D Tool Center

Posted by on November 4, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Canadian Freebie: Free Pocket Screwdriver @ Big D Tool Center

Receive a free pocket screwdriver kit from Big D Tool Center when you click through the below link and fill out the small information form.

You will receive the tool shown in the banner above, which looks to be pretty useful actually. There appear to be two screwdriver bits with one inserting on each side. Each bit has two heads that you can pull out and switch around. One has the classic flat head the other the diamond.

This little pocket screwdriver could probably get you into most things. We have a mini screwdriver set that has maybe one more head then this set and I disassembled and then reassembled my husband’s PS3 with it. You heard right, I took apart a PS3. That includes removing the power supply and getting into the disk drive so I could remove a sticky disk that had adhered to the inside of the disk drive. The PS3 has such small screws now that you need mini screwdrivers to do the job.

I just sent one of these to my parents instead of sending it to myself as we already have a set of mini screwdrivers. With your screwdriver kit, you will receive their products brochure.

Big D Tool Center offers you a second promotion if you request information from CDI College – as they are an advertiser and help them pay for the freebies you are receiving. For doing this, you will receive your screwdriver set in less time (one week instead of the usual time for freebies) and you will receive a small surprise gift as well.

I did not sign up for the CDI College information so I do not know what that freebie is going to be. If you sign up for it, drop us a line and let us know what the extra freebie is please!

Quantities are limited as per usual. There is a limit of one free screwdriver per household.

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
November 3

Canadian Freebie: Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpaste

Posted by on November 3, 2014 at 9:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste

We love freebies at The Moose and we love sharing them with our deal loving readers! Right now you can hop on over to Colgate to request your very own sample of their new Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpaste.

Pretty stoked about this deal. I just requested a tube myself. I actually use all natural toothpaste, but I often donate these in drives for the homeless or my husband will use them when he travels to conferences as small tubes of toothpaste sure beats taking along a full tube.

Supplies are limited as per usual, so request your free sample as soon as possible. If you took part in the 2013 Challenge offer, then you are not eligible for this giveaway. I cannot even remember that offer, so I just entered in my mailing address to see if I was eligible. Everything was just fine and it told me my request was being processed and I would receive my sample within six to eight weeks – that is the usual time for samples these days.

If you did take part in the 2013 challenge, then you might wish to mail one of these samples to a friend or a family member as a nice gesture to them. I would have mailed one to my mother had I not been eligible myself.

This toothpaste is specifically designed for sensitive teeth. They even suggest massaging it directly into an especially sensitive tooth for a minute to help dull adverse reactions and elevate gum sensitivity. I am curious how well their claims will work. I assume this giveaway is to raise up some street cred. with bloggers and wives, mothers, and care providers over their product.

Enjoy this fantastic little freebie my dear Moosers. Also, if you could us know if the freebie stops working that would be super helpful. That way we can expire the deal so other Moosers do not keep on trying when the deal is already over. Thanks!

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (3 votes)
October 28

Canadian Freebie: Crusader – No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Posted by on October 28, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Canadian Freebie: Crusader   No Remorse Free (Was $4.99) @ Origin.com

Take advantage of this limited time offer from Origin.com to download Crusader: No Remorse for free to your PC.

This is the base game, standard edition. The usual fine print applies. You must be 13 years or older, have access to an internet connection, and have an Origin account as well. This game is rated ‘Teen’ due to animated violence. The so-called ‘animated violence’ is pretty obvious since almost every screen capture of the game features a good amount of red from something blowing up or being shot.

Here is the game description:

As a Silencer, one of the elite enforcers of the World Economic Consortium, you’re supposed to be incorruptible. But if the system you serve is utterly corrupt, where does that leave you? You go over to the Resistance, the same pack you used to hunt down. Now, your former employers better watch their backs because you’re coming after them with all the firepower at your command.

Crusader: No Remorse was released way back in 1995 so it doesn’t have all those fancy-shmancy little graphics that you might be use to by now. However, if you played this back in the day it might be a nice nostalgic trip down memory lane. Happily, if you are still trucking away on an old computer, this game has very simple system requirements that your vintage computer just might be able to fill. Check it out.

While I would never pay $4.99 for this game myself, it is not a bad thing to pick up free. I am always a fan of free entertainment and this looks well equipped to take me into another world for at least a few hours.

If any of our Moosers have played this game, let me know! Your comments will help guide other lost souls on whether they should bother with downloading No Remorse or not.

(Expiry: unknown)

Moose Rating (2 votes)
October 27

Get A Free Can Of Red Bull! (Expired)

Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 12:15 PM

Get A Free Can Of Red Bull! (Expired)

Lawsuits are filed over all sorts of silly things. Did you know that just recently, Red Bull lost a lawsuit made against them for false advertising? You see… some people actually filed a lawsuit against them because Red Bull doesn’t physically give you wings. Despite all of that, Red Bull is offering Canucks a gift card for a free can of their tasty and energetic drink.

First of all, this freebie is only available for residents of the following provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.

Second of all, it is a freebie as there is no purchase required, but you do need to work for it ever so slightly. You will be asked to find the 3 hidden special edition cans of Red Bull. A red, blue and silver one are all hidden on the page once you click on the link above.

It appears that the location of the cans is randomized but this is where I found mine: the man on the horse in the middle of the page is holding the red can, the volleyball player at the bottom of the page is holding the silver can and the snowboarder in the top left corner of the page is holding the blue can.

You can also check out these other spots as this is where Avigayil found hers: the man hang gliding in middle at the bottom for the red one, the man on the blue tractor in the middle for the blue one and the man skating at the top right side of the page for the silver one.

Once you have found all 3 cans on the page, you will be asked to enter your name and address. Plus, you will also need to connect to Facebook but it only takes a second to do so. A gift card for a free can of Red Bull will then be mailed to you but it might take a couple of weeks for it to arrive. The gift card can only be redeemed at a Mac’s convenience store or Couche-Tard store.

Only 7500 cans are being given away and I suggest that all of you Moosers hurry your bums to find the hidden cans because the timer will surely reach “0” on their site in no time. I refreshed the page after 5 minutes and the number of gift cards available went down by 25. So definitely do not wait!

How often do you Moosers drink Red Bull? I haven’t had any in a while but my hubby drinks it on a weekly basis before playing hockey. It definitely appears to give him wings as he typically scores a couple of times! Get A Free Can Of Red Bull! (Expired)

(Image Credit: Damien du Toit)

(Expiry: Soon)

Moose Rating (4 votes)
October 26

Mac’s Canada Printable Coupon: Free Honey Bun (ON Only)

Posted by on October 26, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Macs Canada Printable Coupon: Free Honey Bun (ON Only)

Do you usually grab a coffee or tea on your way to work in the morning? Swing by a Mac’s store starting tomorrow to also get a honey bun for absolutely free. All you need to do is print the special Mac’s printable coupon and bring it with you.

Sorry rest of Canada, this Mac’s freebie is only for Ontario. Given that Ontario has nearly double the population of any other province, I figured that it was certainly worth a mention on the blog! Even for those of you travelling to Ontario this week, this could be an awesome freebie to redeem.

A honey bun usually costs $1.39, so that’s how much you will be saving assuming you would have gotten one anyways. Even if you weren’t, free is free and it’s always a great way to start the work week or just about any week really! Keep in mind that only one coupon may be used per customer. Theoretically, you could try leaving the store and walking right back in for another freebie if you print a second coupon but you better hope that the cashiers won’t remember you! Macs Canada Printable Coupon: Free Honey Bun (ON Only)

Same goes for the following days, especially if you wait a day or two but that’s at your complete discretion.

This offer is also “while supplies last” and there is every chance that they might have just run out of honey buns when you get there but it’s certainly a chance worth taking, especially since you might just walk out with a delicious treat at no extra cost at all.

If I was a resident of Ontario or even if I was travelling to or through Ontario, this is one freebie I wouldn’t hesitate to take advantage of because I love everything sweet. Heck, you could even go the extra step of claiming it for someone else, maybe someone you even like at the office! Macs Canada Printable Coupon: Free Honey Bun (ON Only)

Plus, don’t forget that small and medium coffees are just $1 at Mac’s every day.

Moosers, let us know in the comments section if you would get a free honey bun for yourself or for your own honey bun instead?

(Expiry: 2nd November 2014)

Moose Rating (5 votes)
October 26

L’Occitane Canada Freebie: Free Lavender Hand Cream Sample (+ 6 Extra Free Samples) (Expired)

Posted by on October 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM

LOccitane Canada Freebie: Free Lavender Hand Cream Sample (+ 6 Extra Free Samples) (Expired)

Ouuuh free samples are simply heavenly aren’t they? For a limited time, you can get a sample of L’Occitane’s lavender hand cream for absolutely free. No purchase required at all. Plus, if you stick around after you submit your address, you could score 6 extra free samples for yourself as well.

Upon first clicking on the link, you will be brought upon a page that will requite you to enter your information from your name, e-mail address, postal address, city, province and postal code. Very quick and straightforward and if you have requested similar freebies from other sites, then chances are your browser already remembers all of your details. If you double-click on each field, then the browser might bring everything up without you having to use your keyboard at all.

The freebie is for a 30ml L’Occitane lavender hand cream that would otherwise set you back $12. A 75ml tube retails for $23. Enriched with shea butter and made primarily from fine lavender, this hand cream actually boasts a near perfect rating with close to 20 reviews. Here’s a snippet of a review from L’Occitane’s site:

I feel this hand cream is a L’Occitane must have Classic – the very essence of L’Occitane. It’s silky and smooth gel is easily absorbed and never greasy. I truly look forward to it as part of my bedtime ritual, or whenever I need aromatherapy.

With the weather only getting colder and colder, this freebie certainly couldn’t come at a better time! Personally, my skin always gets very dry in the cold and I need to moisturize a lot!

No need to worry about shipping costs either as this freebie comes at no extra expense. Once you have submitted your information, the next page will ask if you “would like to receive 5 more different L’Occitane samples and a surprise gift” in exchange for completing a survey. Hitting the blue “click here to continue…” button will then re-direct you to a CDI College form for extra information. I filled it out but wasn’t asked to complete any survey. However, I did receive an e-mail from L’Occcitane saying that I will be getting the 5 free sample and a mysterious new product sample. So, it’s up to you if you want to submit your information to CDI College as well but I didn’t see any harm with it, especially since L’Occitane promises no spam.

(Image Credit: Vincent Brassinne)

(Expiry: Unknown)

Moose Rating (8 votes)