Friday Freebies: Free Photos, Chocolate, And Doggie Day Care

cute pit bull with ball - doggy day care - free - friday freebiesThis week's Friday Freebies include red hot offers that won't last long! Check out the free photo deal from Snapfish that gets you 50 photos shipped for absolutely free. If you're a fan of free chocolate, free lotion, and free doggie day care, read on. Enjoy your weekend!

The hottest offer I have seen in weeks is this deal for 50 free photos plus free shipping! The only downside is that it's unclear how long this Snapfish deal will last -- so stop what you are doing and take advantage of this right now! Get 50 free photo prints from Snapfish with coupon code HPINK50.Start by registering or logging in to Snapfish.com. You can be a new or existing customer and get this deal. Upload your photo(s) and choose to print them in the 4 x 6 size. You can get 50 prints of one photo, or one print each of 50 different photos, or whatever combination you prefer. Enter the coupon code, then your billing info and mailing address. Upgrades for faster shipping or photo extras cost more. I've used the Snapfish coupon code to get 50 free photos to send with my Christmas cards. I stuck to the basics and got my order for free -- I didn't pay a cent!

Get a free sample of Vaseline Intensive Rescue lotion through Walmart when you share your name, address, email and birth year. Then answer three multiple-choice questions about your lotion habits and whether you're open to giving feedback on the free sample to Unilever, which owns the Vaseline brand. You can opt into Walmart's email newsletter if you choose. It's unclear how long this free sample offer will last. Caveats: One freebie per household. Samples are only available to consumers in the United States. Expect your free sample to arrive by mail a few weeks after you submit the request form.

Get a free day of Doggie Day Camp between Dec. 9 and Dec. 31, 2010 with these PetSmart coupons. The free Doggie Day Camp is for new customers only and you will need proof of your dog's recent immunizations and your pooch will have to pass a behavior assessment test. You can only click and print the coupons twice, so make sure your printer is connected to your computer, turned on and loaded with paper.

Here are six chocolaty reasons why you should save your coupon inserts each week (whether they arrive in the Sunday newspaper or with mid-week snail mail). In the Dec. 5, 2010, Redplum coupon insert is a $2-off any three Mars Holiday products. This week at Walgreens the Snickers Nutcracker Singles are 3-for-$1. Buy six, use your chocolate coupon, and the chocolate is free. SCORE! Walgreens will likely sell out of this item quick, so ask a manager when more are slated to arrive. The coupon expires Dec. 25, 2010, and the Walgreens sale ends Dec. 11, 2010. This free chocolate makes great stocking stuffers! Caveats: it's unclear if this hot coupon is available online.

Amazon is on day 10 of its 25-day free holiday music giveaway. Each day a new MP3 is available to download for free. Target has a similar giveaway for 14 free holiday music songs that are all currently available.

The coupon for free fries at Wendy's doesn't expire until Jan. 1, 2011. Wendy's new natural cut fries are made from whole russet potatoes and come with the skin on. They're served with sea salt. No purchase necessary. This coupon is valid at participating Wendy's only. Call ahead to check if your local Wendy's is accepting the coupon if you're worried about getting turned down. To print the coupon, you'll need the Coupons.com coupon printer program, which is easy to install. Caveats: One coupon per person per visit. May not be combined with any other coupons. Photocopies are not accepted.

For a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card, enter the free contest on my personal money saving blog, BargainBabe.com. Or check back later today and through the week for more great deals at WalletPop.

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