Canadian Freebies

July 8

Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpaste Freebie!

Posted by on July 8, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste Freebie!

Call me weird but I get a total rush when I get freebies!  It doesn’t even matter what type of freebie I get sometimes, I just love them.  It is even better when I get a freebie that I will use or enjoy and this is what you can do right now. For a limited time only, you can get a free Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste sample.

To get your free sample of the Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste, click on the link above and fill in your mail address info.  You will have to answer three very quick questions about how sensitive your teeth are and what brand of toothpaste you use now and then you will get your free sample mailed to you.  I just did it and the entire thing took me about one minute to complete from beginning to end which is not bad at all.

Once you fill out the short survey, you will receive a free 22 ml tube of the all new Colgate Sensitive Pro Relief Toothpaste from Colgate Canada. I love these size of samples because they are the perfect size to take on a carry-on bag for travel, or camping for a weekend with my family. This way, you cut down on your toiletries when you travel and you don’t waste anything.

You will be able to request one sample per household and once you fill out the three question survey, it will take 4-6 weeks to be delivered to your mailbox. They even give you a few tricks and tips for sensitive teeth once your survey is filled out which is a nice little bonus.

(Expiry: Limited time only)

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July 5

Mac’s Canada Convenience Store Coupon: Printable Free Big Foot Candy Bag

Posted by on July 5, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Macs Canada Convenience Store Coupon: Printable Free Big Foot Candy Bag

I am a huge candy nut so this freebie really stuck out to me.  Head into your local Ontario Mac’s Convenience Store with this printable coupon between July 7th until July 13th, and get your free bag of Big Foot Original candy with no purchase necessary.

You will be able to use one coupon per person and it will only be valid for the Mac’s Convenience Stores in Ontario starting on Monday morning. I wish it was valid here in Alberta, because the Big Foot candy is one of my favourites! Why is it that all of the great printable coupons tend to be for Ontario? It seems like they get all of the best freebies.

The Big Foot candy bag you will get is the 64g Big Foot Original bag.  It is valued at $1.49 and there is no purchase required.

If you haven’t tried this candy before, it has a cherry flavour that is very similar to swedish berries and they almost melt in your mouth. I remember having these as a child and I could never get enough of them.  There are different versions of them now, with some that are hot to taste, which are also delicious.  As a nice little bonus, they are peanut free and come from a peanut free plant, which means they are good for all people with allergies.

You will find this Mac’s Convenience Store coupon posted on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

(Expiry: 13th July 2014)

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July 5

Free eBook of your choice from Entitle Books!

Posted by on July 5, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Free eBook of your choice from Entitle Books!

Entitle Books hasn’t yet been mentioned on Bargainmoose, but I wanted to tell you about their free trial offer in which you can download a free eBook, no strings attached!

In the free seven day trial, you are entitled to download one eBook for free, and it’s yours forever. You can download it to your device (tablet or phone, etc.) and it’s stored there. In order to sign up to the free seven day trial you have to enter your credit card details. If you do not cancel within seven days, you will move on to the subscription plan which costs $9.99 per month. If you only want to get the free book, remember to cancel within seven days.

Here are a few examples of the eBooks you can choose from, across some different genres:

Best Sellers & New Releases

  • Stephen Hunter – Sniper’s Honor
  • Gail McHugh – Pulse
  • Steve Jobs autobiography

Sci Fi / Fantasy

  • Michael Crichton – Next
  • Robin Hobb – Dragon Haven
  • Jack McDevitt – Infinity Beach


  • George Orwell – Animal Farm
  • Joseph Heller – Catch 22
  • Gary Paulsen Hatchet – (I remember reading this as a teenager, it’s good)

I had a browse of the selection of eBooks on and I’ll admit, it’s not huge. There are more than 200,000 books to choose from and that’s a large number of books, but that’s across many genres and types. I looked in the sci-fi and fantasy section which I would be very au fait with, and while there were a number of good titles, the selection wasn’t amazing – only 32 books!

Even so, this is a very handy offer for one free eBook. I’ve downloaded a big juicy Stephen King book and I’m going to be reading it on my iPad when travelling for my vacation next week.

After the free trial on Entitle Books, you’re subscribed to their monthly plan, any two books for $9.99 per month. To be honest, that’s actually still a very good price – being able to download two full size eBooks for only $5 each. And the fact that you can cancel the plan at any time and keep the books is a real bonus. I am going to read this Stephen King book, see how much I like the actual app, and then I will be considering going on to the monthly plan for a few months and saving a few more books from their library.

(Expiry: never)

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July 3

Costco Canada Freebie: 2 Free General Admission Movie Tickets With Gold Star Or Executive New Membership

Posted by on July 3, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Costco Canada Freebie: 2 Free General Admission Movie Tickets With Gold Star Or Executive New Membership

Here at Bargainmoose, we frequently write about amazing deals at Costco and if you’re not a member yet, then what are you waiting for? Costco has an awesome sign-up bonus right now: if you sign up right now, then you can use one of the following Costco promo codes to also receive 2 general admission movie tickets for absolutely free.

Click here to get the Gold Star Membership @ now

  • Coupon Code: GSWEB66
  • Discount: 2 free general admission movie tickets
  • Expiry: 31st August 2014

Click here to get the Executive Membership @ now

  • Coupon Code: EXEC76
  • Discount: 2 free general admission movie tickets
  • Expiry: 31st August 2014

While the Gold Star membership is $55 and grants you basic access to Costco’s membership, the Executive one is $110 and includes additional perks like a 2% annual reward (up to $750) and discounts on car rentals, credit card processing etc. The two general admission movie tickets will be sent by mail and even better is that they will both be eligible for SCENE points.

Not to be biased or anything but I’m a huge Costco fan and enjoy visiting their warehouse every week to take advantage of the various deals. Just last week, I bought a fantastic 8-pc colourful knife set for only $19.99! In fact, I just wrote about a great deal on $130 off a Graco 5-pc soho squares set that is now on sale for just $590 (reg. $720) and which could up to over $900 if the items were to be individually purchases elsewhere! The great part about shopping online at Costco is that shipping and handling are also absolutely free, unlike other stores, which charge outrageous shipping fees for big ticket items.

If you’re a huge movie buff, then you should also know that Costco has a variety of movie ticket packages such as the Cineplex Night Out movie package for just $24.99. It comes with 2 general admission tickets, 2 regular soft drinks and 1 regular popcorn.

Unfortunately, this freebie is only valid for new memberships and can’t be used on renewals; otherwise I would have definitely already redeemed it on the Transformers: Age of Extinction movie (pictured on the image above).

Which movie are you most looking forward to see in theatres this summer?

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June 30

Home Depot Free Workshops for July

Posted by on June 30, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Home Depot Free Workshops for July

Tomorrow marks the first day of the month of July and Home Depot has yet again outdone themselves and they have some great free July workshops this month.  Each of the workshops will be between 1-2 hours in length and you can sign up for free to have fun and learn at the same time.  These free workshops do fill up fast so it is better to sign up sooner rather than later.

This month, there are four different workshops to check out that are all absolutely free.  Three of them are on the weekends but one one of them is on a Wednesday night.  This is perfect for families like mine that usually head out camping on the weekends in the summer.  You can still do a workshop midweek for free so you won’t miss out.

Build a Bug House July 12th

  • If you have a child ages 4-12 you can accompany your child to the fun workshop, that will help kids learn how to build a bughouse using a hammer and glue.  It starts at 10am and it will be 2 hours long.  Not only are all the supplies free, your child will be able to bring home their bughouse to use this summer.

Decorative Paint Styles July 16th

  • This workshop is the only one this month that is on a weeknight and starts at 7pm.  It will last just one hour and it is necessary for any DIY person or homeowner.  It will recall basic safety practices for preparing and painting an interior space, you will learn how to prepare walls and other interior surfaces for paint and you will also learn different decorative paint styles.

Paint Touch-Up and Techniques July 19th

  • This 1 hour workshop that starts at 10am will teach you a variety of useful information to do with paint touch-ups and techniques.  You will learn how to paint ceilings, walls, and trim, you will learn how to prepare walls and other interior surfaces for paint, and many more tips and tricks.

Install Moulding and Trim July 27th

  • This workshop will start at 1p and will run for 1 hour long.  During this hour, you will learn how to accurately measure for moulding and trim, you will learn the benefits of no-mitre and no-cope moulding and you will learn the reasons that moulding and trim are added to room’s decor.  It is the perfect workshop for anyone wanting to update their house on a budget.
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June 28

Ontario Fun Passes: Kids Free With Adult @ 19 Attractions

Posted by on June 28, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Ontario Fun Passes: Kids Free With Adult @ 19 Attractions

Ontario seems to be the province in Canada that gets all the best deals.  If you live in Ontario, or you are planning on visiting this summer, there are some great deals with Ontario Fun Passes.  Right now, they are offering free child’s admission to a variety of activities when you purchase an adult ticket.

Currently, Ontario Fun Passes is offering this buy one get one free deal for 19 various attractions around Ontario.  This is a great way to do activities as a family this summer and save in the process.  It can be quite pricey to do different attractions with the kids, so buying them through Ontario Fun passes allows at least your kids to be free.

There is no charge or fee whatsoever to sign up for your Ontario Fun pass, so all of these deals are absolutely free! To redeem your Fun Pass, all you need is the name of your school board, your postal code and email address.

Here are just a few of the places you will save at:

  • Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Discovery HarbourFort Henry national Historic Site of Canada
  • Old Fort Erie
  • Ontario Heritage Trust (five attractions)
  • Ontario Parks
  • Ontario Science Centre
  • Royal Botanical Gardens
  • Royal Ontario Museum

Actually, that list is less than half of the different attractions you will save at since there are 19 in total.  The free kids passes will be free when you purchase either an adult or senior pass.

Additionally, when you get your passes you will also get a $2 discount on a daily parking permit at participating Ontario Parks. The total savings for families add up to over $185, which is pretty incredible!

The Ontario Fun Pass itself is valid starting starting now until October 31st. The actual attractions that it is valid for, though, may have different dates of operation. You will need to decide which ones you want to go to and plan around those dates.

(Expiry: 31st October 2104)

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June 27

Skype Canada: Free Month Of Unlimited World Calls ($14 Value)

Posted by on June 27, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Skype Canada: Free Month Of Unlimited World Calls ($14 Value)

Skype is offering a free 30-day trial of their unlimited world calling subscription. Valued at $13.99, this is a fantastic opportunity to try out an affordable monthly phone service.

You will need to give your credit card or Paypal info, as your unlimited world calling subscription will auto-renew 30 days after you sign up for it. There will be a $1 payment authorization that will be put as a ‘hold’ on your card or Paypal, but will not actually be charged. This is to verify that your payment method is legit.

Now, if you do not want to be billed for the service, cancelling is easy. Simply sign into your account and disable the subscription by clicking Subscription settings on the Call phones tab. I suggest setting a reminder on your phone or putting a reminder in your calendar so you do not forget to cancel, or at least review the subscription a few days before it is ready to renew. You may find you actually want to keep it. However, it is best to decide this before it auto-renews rather than after.

You will receive an email telling you when your payment will be taken. I checked the email I received, and mine is scheduled to renew three days short of a month. Yes, I signed up for this trial myself. Currently, I am sitting in Valemont, BC, which is a lovely little town on Highway 5 with absolutely no service for my cell phone. I am staying at a Bed & Breakfast that offers free Wi-Fi so I can get on the internet, but still no phone service. Therefore, I was going to buy some Skype credit to call a friend of mine and I found this sweet deal. I am currently testing it out and the connection is good. Moreover, I am so happy to no longer be cut off from the world. I can use this both on my computer Skype and on my phone Skype. I am pretty stoked about this because I never have any reception throughout the BC interior, but if I run into a Wi-Fi connection, I can now make a call.

I can see this being useful when I am traveling. At the monthly price of $13.99, it certainly would be worth purchasing especially when I am visiting other countries. This is much cheaper than buying foreign phone credit.

(Expiry: unknown)

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June 27

Free Huggies Canada Natural Care Diaper & Wipes Samples

Posted by on June 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM

Free Huggies Canada Natural Care Diaper & Wipes Samples

Who wants some baby freebies?  Get a free sample of Huggies Natural Care diapers and wipes for a limited time only with no purchase necessary.

If you are expecting or maybe you are a new Mom, you know the overwhelming options for diapers there are out there. A great way to choose the best diaper for your baby would have to be trying them all out.  Diapers fit a baby’s body type so differently, so what might be good for one child, could leak on another one.  Trying lots of diapers can be pricey, so Huggies is giving everyone a free sample to eliminate that cost.

Here is what you will get:

  • Huggies Little Snugglers Diaper
  • Huggies Natural Care Wipes

There is no purchase necessary to get this freebie.  All you have to do is fill out your info on the link above and your samples will be sent directly to your home. You will need to have a account in order to request this freebie, but it is free to sign up and there are some great benefits, such as coupons, Huggies points and tips for parents.

There is a limit of one free sample per household and the samples will take approximately four weeks to be delivered.  Even if you do not have a baby, this is a great free sample to get.  You can give it to a friend or family member with a baby or who may be expecting, or even donate it.  Shelters and women’s homes are always looking for donations, so this is a nice little way to pay it forward.

Their website lists the expiry date as December 31st 2014, but with freebies like this, they often have a limited number to hand out.  Personally, I think they will run out well before that date.

(Expiry: 31st December 2014)

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June 26

eHarmony Canada Free Communication Weekend

Posted by on June 26, 2014 at 10:30 AM

eHarmony Canada Free Communication Weekend

eHarmony is hosting a free communication weekend event in honour of Canada Day. The promotion will last for six days, making it the longest free communication weekend they have ever hosted in Canada.

The free communication event begins today and goes through until the end of Canada Day.

eHarmony was built to create long-term, successful marriages. The way eHarmony works, for those not familiar, is you complete their relationship questionnaire and then receive a free personality profile based on your answers. eHarmony then provides you with a free list of compatible matches based on your personality profile. Up until this point, their service is free. However, when you want to communicate you usually have to sign up for a package. The cheapest monthly cost for communication on eHarmony comes with the one year package, which works out to $9.95 a month.

It is a good idea to sign up to eHarmony even if you cannot afford the communication package. Because of free communication events like this one, it will save you time if you have already completed your profile with eHarmony and have looked over your matches. While I have not done online dating in a coons’ age, I know it really works for many people who have difficulty meeting people. It also helps people branch out from their immediate community and see what other fish are swimming in other pools.

What draws people to eHarmony is their unique profile with very specific questions you often will not find on other dating sites. It is these questions that help you create an accurate personality profile and thus increase your chances of finding a compatible mate. According to one statistic I could find, eHarmony has roughly 3,379,000 unique visitors per month so you have a good chance of finding someone. If you have used eHarmony before but have not been back in a while, this might be a good weekend to see if there are any new people that are matches for you.

Six days of free communication with your matches is a great way to see if you might have just found your happily-ever-after. While eHarmony does have a few free communication weekends a year, this is certainly the longest and you will want to check it out. So, log into your account or create a new account and complete your profile to get started. Who knows whom you will find on the other end of that Wi-Fi connection.

(Expiry: 1st July 2014)

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June 26

Ikea Canada Freebie: Cord Fastening Kit For Children’s Wall Mounted Lamps

Posted by on June 26, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Ikea Canada Freebie: Cord Fastening Kit For Children’s Wall Mounted Lamps

Ikea Canada is offering a great freebie right now with no purchases required.  For a limited time only, you can get a free Cord Fastening Kit for all of their children’s wall-mounted lamps.

Just like the safety concerns with blind cords in children’s rooms, there are some safety concerns having wall mounted lamps in children’s rooms as well.  Loose lamp cords can present an entanglement hazard to infants and young children. Make sure that the lamp and cord is out of reach of children when in a crib or playpen and securely fastened to the wall.

In order to do this, all you will need to do is phone the Ikea Canada number toll free at 1-800-661-9807 to get a free cord fastening kit for your child’s wall mounted lamps.

This free kit will include everything you will need to ensure your child’s safety in their room.  It includes a warning label, safety instructions and self-adhesive fasteners for securing the lamp cord to the wall. It looks like there is no maximum number of wall kits you can order free of charge, so you will want to order one per wall light in your kids rooms.  I know my son has a wall lamp right now and although it looks great and he loves it, this freebie has opened my eyes.  I will be calling to get my free kit today!

This is the type of freebie you will want to pass onto other parents or daycares for saftey reasons.  Share the freebie on Facebook as well to reach even more people.  When it comes to the well being of a child, you can never do too much.

(Expiry: Limited time offer)

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June 25

P&G Brandsaver Sign Up for Free Samples, Coupons, Tips & More

Posted by on June 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM

P&G Brandsaver Sign Up for Free Samples, Coupons, Tips & More

I am a firm believer in every little bit counts when it comes to saving money. A dollar here and fifty cents there adds up in the end to save you a lot of money.  One of the best and easiest ways to save money is with the use of coupons.  I have signed up to a few different websites that will send me coupons through the mail, but probably the best website with the most resources is P&G Brandsaver.

It is absolutely free to sign up at P&G Brandsaver and you get so many great rewards with them.  Not only will you get the latest coupons they have to offer, you will get useful tips, free samples, heads up on the latest products and promotions and much more.

You will be allowed to sign up for one account per household.  You must be 19 years old or older and the savings will start as soon as you sign up. One of the things I like about signing up is that they will send you alerts for new coupons and samples you can get.  Every few months, they offer great samples that you can get to try out new products for free and when you sign up with them, it will ensure that you get this notification and don’t miss out on these freebies.

Currently, they are offering up to $76 worth of savings in coupons right now on a variety of different products.  I just got some coupons for Pampers, Crest, Cascade, Bounty and more.  Each time you order new coupons, you can get up to 32 at a time.  Since they have more than that most of the time, you can put in multiple orders one after the other to get each and every coupon if you would like.

It takes about 1-2 weeks for them to mail the coupons to you which isn’t bad at all.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 24

Rogers Canada Freebie: Get The Maclean’s Mini Book Of Lists eBook For Free

Posted by on June 24, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Rogers Canada Freebie: Get The Macleans Mini Book Of Lists eBook For Free

In celebration of Canada Day, Rogers Canada is offering a free download of The Maclean’s Mini Book of Lists with 52 pages of fun facts about people, places and things in Canada.

With 52 pages of fun Canadian facts, here are just some of the headlines that stood out to me but there are plenty more to keep you entertained:

  • 7 Canadians who’ve had a big influence on America
  • The 10 most “Canucky” cities
  • 9 rude place names in Newfoundaland
  • 6 sexy lawsuits
  • The most common baby names in Canada
  • 5 myths about Tim Hortons
  • 10 popular chocolate bars sold in Canada that are next to impossible to find South of the border
  • 8 uncommon terms commonly heard in Manitoba
  • Canadian words, phrases or slang that most Americans wouldn’t understand
  • Unusual items 8 Canadian astronauts carried into space

My favourite has to be from the “Canadian words, phrases or slang that most Americans wouldn’t understand” list as “toboggan” is highlighted in yellow. It’s a word that I have heard so many times in my lifetime that I can’t believe it’s not as prevalent anywhere else as it is here in Canada.

It also surprised me to see that Best Buy is among the 5 American retail brands that had more success in Canada than in the U.S. along with A&W and Sears!

The “Top 10 Crying Hockey Players” is bound to be a favourite for many, especially since even Wayne Gretzky has made it onto the list!

With barbecue season in full swing, I could see these being as great conversation starters at the next family get together or while having drinks with friends. It can be a struggle to initiate conversation with some people but these could definitely be good ice breakers! Rogers Canada Freebie: Get The Macleans Mini Book Of Lists eBook For Free

I’m actually tempted to print all of the pages of this mini book, staple them together and place in the bathroom as reading material! Rogers Canada Freebie: Get The Macleans Mini Book Of Lists eBook For Free

(Expiry: Unknown)

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June 23

Free Swimming This Summer From Tim Hortons

Posted by on June 23, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Free Swimming This Summer From Tim Hortons

I love all the different charity work that Tim Hortons does and this time they are offering a freebie for young and old.  During March break they offered free skating and this summer is something that will cool you off as well. For the months of July and August, Tim Hortons has paired with some Canadian pools and is offering free public swimming!

The lucky provinces for this deal are Ontario and Alberta.  In Alberta the free swim is actually starting early and is being offered this week as well on June 27th, which is a nice little bonus.  The time for the free swimming will vary for each different location so make sure to check the participating pools before you head in for your free swim.

There is no coupon to get this deal you just have to show up at the free swim times.  You can go in as many times as you would like and there is no age limit for these free swims.  It is perfect to pass the time as a family and get some exercise in the process because your entire family will be free!

Keep your eyes peeled for more free deals like this one from Tim Hortons because they seem to do one per season.

The fact that Tim Hortons is sponsoring this free summer swim schedule is just one more reason they are a great company!

(Expiry: End of August)

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June 21 Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Posted by on June 21, 2014 at 9:30 PM Freebie: Try Titanfall For 48h For Free With Game Time

Origin has launched a brand new featured called Game Time. With it, you can try full-version PC games for 48h for absolutely free and right now, the game you can try is Titantfall!

Every time a new game is released, I wonder to myself: “is it worth it?” because paying $60-$70 for each new game isn’t the friendliest option on a tight budget but Origin’s Game Time is definitely a solution that I’m excited to try. Although you have until Sunday night to take advantage of this neat feature to try Titanfall for free, once you start playing, then you will have exactly 48 hours of game time to try the game and it’s not the demo version either! For 48 hours, you are given full access to the game’s every nook and cranny through its full version. Although you won’t necessarily get far in 48 hours as this includes the time spent off the game (48 hours in real time and not just game time), the great part about it is that once your game time has expired, then your progress will be saved in case you decide to purchase the game.

Although I’m a gamer at heart, I have never particularly understood first person shooter games. Going around and shooting things just isn’t my thing (I have tried my hand at Call of Duty multiple times and have failed miserably), but for those who it is, Titanfall is definitely a good game to try, especially since it has garnered a slew of positive reviews from the online community. GameSpot, for instance, has rated it an incredible 9 out of 10 with one member having the following to say about it:

But the game overall is a blast to play. It’s fast and moves like no other FPS out there, almost forcing you to climb vertically if you want to survive. Half the fun comes from the speed of the game. Much of it also comes from not only piloting a Titan, but from taking on Titans as a ground troop. It packs a certain amount of tension and makes for an excellent time. Taking down a Titan while on foot is exhilarating and there’s little like it in the FPS market.

This game has even won a whopping number of 60 awards at its E3 unveilment in 2013! It’s also currently on sale for 40% off at just $47.99 (reg. $79.99).

What do you think of Origin’s Game Time? Are you excited to try it out with Titanfall?

(Expiry: 22nd June 2014)

(Image Credit: BagoGames)

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June 18

Free PC/Mac Download of Peggle (was $4.99) from

Posted by on June 18, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Free PC/Mac Download of Peggle (was $4.99) from

Who wants a great freebie?  Right now you can get a great one from with no purchase necessary. Get a free download of the game Peggle for your Mac or PC. Just search for the game using the search bar to find it.

Personally I have never heard of this game but even if it’s not then best game you have ever played, its totally free so who cares really!  Peggle did however win a dozen of awards and calls it one of the “Top 5 most addictive video games of all time!” so it is definitley worth the free download.

This game is a blend between skill and luck and it has 55 different levels to keep you interested. You can play against friends or you can play against the computer.  It also has 10 different powers, 75 Grand Master challenges and some amazing art work in it.

This puzzle game is normally priced at $4.99 so not a bad little freebie to get. Even though I don’t often play games on my computer, I do get these deals for down times (not that I have many being a mom Free PC/Mac Download of Peggle (was $4.99) from ) I travel sometimes and bring my computer and having some games to pass the time is perfect.

To be able to get this freebie, you will need to first download the Origin game client as well as create an Origin account to redeem this offer. It is free to do this so there is no cosst to you.  It is a good thing to do anyways because Origin does come out with these freebies from time to time.

(Expiry: 5th August 2014)

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