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Best Freebies: Send Your Name to Mars, Free Bath & Body Works Lotion


Free stuff is just about the coolest stuff in the universe, which is why we're bringing you another out-of-this-world roundup of the week's best freebies. Read on to see how you can send your name to Mars, score a free deadmau5 album, and pick up a Bath & Body Works freebie.

And don't forget to check out our freebie hub, where you'll find all the latest tips and tricks for getting free stuff online.

  1. Send Name to MarsSend Your Name to Mars During NASA's Orion Flight Test
    Store: NASA
    Price: Free
    Expires: October 31

    Is It Worth It?: Mankind may not be ready to physically send humans to Mars just yet, but NASA will totally send your name there — for free. Just fill out the form at the link above to receive your "boarding pass," which means your name will be included on a microchip during NASA's Orion Flight Test, scheduled for launch in early December.

  2. deadmau5 4x4=12 Albumdeadmau5' 4x4=12 MP3 Album Downloads
    Store: Google Play
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $10

    Is It Worth It?: For those unfamiliar with EDM, this iconic deadmau5 album is an excellent place to start. Right now, you can download it for free from Google Play, which is $10 less than what what Amazon and iTunes charge. This Editors' Choice MP3 album features some of the artist's most popular tunes, including "Some Chords," "Raise Your Weapon," and "Cthulhu Sleeps."

  3. Great Clips HaircutGreat Clips Haircut for Military Service Members
    Store: Great Clips Haircut
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $15
    Expires: November 11

    Is It Worth It?: On November 11 only, military service members can head to Great Clips to receive a free haircut, or a voucher that's good for a free cut on a later date. An easy Editors' Choice pick, this offer is a $15 savings and the best deal we've seen from Great Clips. Proof of current or past military service is required and vouchers are redeemable until December 31.

    Of note, non-military customers can also pick up a free haircut voucher on November 11, but they must gift it to someone in the military — they will not be able to redeem it themselves.

  4. B&BW Body CreamBath & Body Works Ultra-Shea Body Cream
    Store: Bath & Body Works
    Price: Free with purchase via printable coupon
    Expires: October 26

    Is It Worth It?: Like the Bath & Body Works Facebook page, and you'll receive a printable coupon redeemable at your local participating Bath & Body Works store for a free full-size Ultra-Shea Body Cream with any purchase. That's the best freebie we've seen from Bath & Body Works since March! These lotions are available in a variety of Signature Collection scents.

  5. OS X YosemiteMac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Downloads
    Store: Apple
    Price: Free

    Is It Worth It?: Here's an offer no Mac lover should turn down: Apple's offering upgrades to OS X 10.10 Yosemite for free. This latest version of OS X features a redesigned interface, iCloud Drive, the ability to send SMS messages and make phone calls from your Mac, and greater continuity between all your Apple devices.

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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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Greg the Gruesome
The same advice — back up your entire system before taking the plunge — applies to OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
@Atomizer123 That's right. I have it on my laptop (With touch) and it runs great. Seems to run at the same speed as Win8 and no bugs. Just don't forget to back up before messing with Windows10!!
@nagol68 Its in a pretty decent shape for a prebeta OS but I wouldnt install it on a production/ primary machine- only use it inside VMWare or on a secondary system that does not have any important documents since you never know when the OS might bug out.
@nagol68 Thanks for the tip, sounds great!
The best freebie out there in my opinion isn't even on the list. It's Windows 10, for free. Go to and join the program then you'll be able to down load Windows 10 for free! Nothing beats an unreleased version of Windows for free when a normal copy of Windows 8 will cost a good $100+
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