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Best Freebie Deals: Free Chick-Fil-A Food, Dungeons & Dragons eBook

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This week we launched our freebies hub, a page where you can always find the latest features and resources to get free stuff online. In our freebie fervor, we've also rounded up the week's best freebie deals. Dress like a cow to get free food from Chick-Fil-A, score a free beginner's guide to D&D, and save $19 on a free bag of cat litter.

  1. Chick-Fil-A CowsChick-Fil-A Meal
    Store: Chick-Fil-A
    Price: Free with full cow costume
    Expires: July 11

    Is It Worth It?: Calling all members of Bos taurus! July 11 is Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-Fil-A, and anyone who comes decked in an UDDERly ridiculous cow costume will score a free meal. Even if the MOOst you can manage is a partial cow costume, you'll still score a free entrée. This promotion is valid for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, so strap on your bell and go get some chicken, Bessie!

    Should the thought of dressing up like cattle MOOve you to tears (we're done now), then you can still score a freebie on July 11. From 11 am to 7 pm local time, participating 7-Eleven locations will offer a free small Slurpee Drink to celebrate 7-Eleven Day. That's tied with our mention from last year as the best no-coupon offer we've seen.

  2. IHOP PancakesIHOP Short Stack of Pancakes
    Store: IHOP
    Price: 56 cents
    Expires: July 8

    Is It Worth It?: Too hungry to wait for Cow Appreciation Day? Head over to your participating IHOP to get some pancakes that are almost free. Today only (July 8), from 7 am to 7 pm local time, you can score a short stack of pancakes for just 56 cents. That's three fluffy buttermilk pancakes for less than a buck, which is the best deal we've seen from IHOP since March.

  3. TKThe Basic Rules for Dungeons & Dragons eBook
    Store: Wizards of the Coast
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $10

    Is It Worth It?: Your friend has been begging you to join his D&D group for years. It wasn't until high school that you realized this wasn't some sort of boy band. But when you finally said yes, he handed you seven hardcover books and said, "See you Friday." You need a shortcut, and Wizards of the Coast has graciously provided The Basic Rules for Dungeons & Dragons eBook for free. Conveniently formatted to PDF, this beginner's rundown from the game's designers will guide you through building a character and learning to play. Similar guides sell for $10 or more elsewhere.

  4. Precious Cat LitterDr. Elsey's Precious Cat Litter
    Store: Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Products
    Price: $0 via mail-in rebate with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $19

    Is It Worth It?: If your cat is always finding new and exciting places to do her business in your home, she could be rejecting her cat litter. This new customer rebate from Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Litter makes it easy and risk-free to try a new brand. You'll save at least $19 with this Editors' Choice rebate, which effectively makes your first bag cost $0.

  5. TenMarks Math ProgramSummer Math Program for First Graders to High Schoolers
    Store: TenMarks
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $40

    Is It Worth It?: School's out for now, but it won't be out forever. Send your kids back with more confidence when you enroll them in this Summer Math Program from TenMarks (an Amazon company). You can register up to five children; the program takes about 20 minutes, three times per week. A $40 savings, this program features lessons for first grade through Algebra 1 and Geometry.

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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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1 comment
momsy
Thank you, thank you, thank you for creating this 'freebies' page! Nothing is better than getting some things you really can use for free! I'm still going to keep my "alert" for free e-books but this is a great start on other free things to check out daily as I visit the DN website anyway.
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