Here’s a list of eight articles where students (and non-students) can find free samples, food, and products. There are apps where students can find free food such as Lunchbox, which locates free food for students on their campus. On some college campuses, there are discounts for public transportation. Check with your on-campus bookstore for deals. Some campuses have free blue books for essay exams and free printing. Stop by your on-campus Help Desk or Information Desk for more information. If you’re a student, make sure to check out College Essential’s list of student discounts.
Krazy Coupon Lady is a great site to find deals, coupons, and to learn how to be frugal. There are two links that stood out on freebies from Krazy Coupon Lady that needed to be shared. Internet Freebies has free products or samples everywhere from beauty products, food, and hygiene products. College Freebies is an article of places where students can get free software, newspaper subscriptions, checking accounts & more. If you’re looking for looking for deals, who isn’t right, I would highly recommend visiting Krazy Coupon Lady. The Simple Dollar is another site to add to your must view list. Their 60 Awesome Student Discount has a wide range of places that offer discounts for college students for retail, tickets & admissions and more.
U.S. News Money has an interesting article on where students can find places to score Free Food. Attending campus events is a great way on their list to score free food especially during homecoming and football games. Everybody loves to share food during tailgating season. Restaurant hopping is another great idea that was on the list.
Did you know there are restaurants that offer you free food on your birthday? Now you do! Penny Hoarder has a list of 100 places to get birthday freebies for everyone. There are places that send you an email if you’re on their email list with discounts and free stuff for your birthday as well.
College Life Made Easy has an expressive list where anyone can score free food when you’re broke. The article has a list of places where you can get free food if you signup for their newsletter or download a company app. How amazing is it you can download an app or sign up for an email newsletter and get free food?
Clark Howard is THAT guy! He’s a consumer expert who lets you know deals and avoid rip-offs. Another frugal site that needs to be added to your list. He has an article where restaurant apps provide free food. Clark Howard also has a free and cheap list and oh my goodness, it’s amazing! It’s a detailed list of everything from travel, software, education, entertainment and more. It’s a must read!
In order to get free samples, try checking the company of your favorite websites. If you want to find a bunch of free products versus from a specific company, try Snag Free Samples and Mr. Free Stuff.