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In the U.S., 'Free' Birth Control Is Born

The U.S. Health and Human Services Department on Monday released new guidelines that require insurance companies to cover contraceptives and other female preventative care without charging co-pays or other fees.

Walmart Pushes 'Free' to Lure Customers Back

It may be the world's largest retailer, but Walmart really needs to juice up its U.S. sales, which have been a glaring weakness in its quarterly result. Its solution for drawing customers back to its stores: More coupons, more promotions and and more free samples.

Save Cash on Weekend Activities

Students tired of spending weekends at the same frat parties and local bars can take advantage of online deals to spice up their leisure time....

Free movie rental code with 2 rentals

Rent two movies from Blockbuster Express and use this coupon to get a third DVD rental free! Use coupon code G218D3. Expires midnight today, Aug. 23,...

Free world map

World Vision is giving away 15,000 free world maps, a great learning took for teachers, schools, and students. Request one and make it part of your...

Valuable Freebies From Big Companies

Used predominantly as a marketing technique, free products and services come at a cost to the company offering them. Here are eight valuable freebies, what it costs companies to offer the deal and how much the customer actually receives in terms of value.

Free Slurpee at 7-Eleven on July 11

There's no better sugar high than a 7-Eleven Slurpee and this Sunday, July 11, the sugar high is on the house. To celebrate its birthday, the fast...

Free July 4 pancake puppies at Denny's

Get six free red, white, and blueberry pancake puppies at Denny's in honor of the July 4th holiday when you spend at least $2 and print this Facebook...

Free $10 video credit on Amazon

Follow Amazon Video on Twitter and get a code for $10 worth of video on demand for free. The code is valid on 70 different seasons of TV shows,...

Here Comes the Great Internet Paywall

A paywall is rising at The New York Times, AT&T is limiting data-usage for the iPhone, and Hulu.com is going start charging viewers. What happened to the fundamental Internet ideas of free and unlimited?