Free Pepsi NEXT

Edit: Coupons have since been mailed out. Did you receive your coupon for free Pepsi Next? Have you tried it yet? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Right now, Pepsi is giving away free Pepsi NEXT.  Follow the link below to head over to the website and you’ll be on your way to free Pepsi.

Get your own: Free Pepsi Next

Thanks Living Rich With Coupons for directing the Frugal Fish to this deal!

Have you tried Pepsi NEXT? What did you think of it? Did you get your free Pepsi NEXT?

See what else is free:      Free Stuff for Students      |       Free Music Downloads

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Earn Rewards and Free Stuff from Swagbucks.com

If you are looking for the best way to earn rewards fast for gift cards and great prizes, try Swagbucks.com.  Swagbucks is a site designed to offer rewards for searching through their site, answering polls and surveys, watching videos, playing games, online shopping, and more.  This is a highly rewarding site that offers many easy ways to earn reward points and even more rewards to choose from.

Some of the Swagbucks rewards:

Gift Cards:       Amazon, PayPal, Walmart, Target, Starbucks, CVS, Best Buy, iTunes, Home Depot, Lowes

Electronics:     Apple iPad Mini, Amazon Kindle Fire e-Book Reader

Charities:         Doctors without Borders, the Human Society, the American Red Cross

Sweepstakes:  Also known as Swagstakes, enter to win prizes like cash, electronics, and gift cards

Coupons:          Use your Swagbucks to get coupons to local businesses

Shop & Earn:   Shop online through Swagbucks and earn points, it’s like getting cash back!

Why I joined Swagbucks.com:

I’ve used Swagbucks for years and I think this site is great.  A few searches each day and I earn reward points, also known as Swagbucks, and soon I am able to redeem those Swagbucks for rewards.  I use those Swagbucks on hundreds of rewards; my favorite is Amazon.com gift cards.

Why you should join Swagbucks.com now:

By joining Swagbucks.com, you will be able to easily earn gift cards and prizes with little effort through things you already do like search online.

Click Here to Join Swagbucks.com now and start earning great rewards!

Want to learn more about Swagbucks? Let me know by leaving a comment below and share your questions!

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Free Deals and Discounts for Students

Photo Used Under Creative Commons from CollegeDegrees360

Photo Used Under Creative Commons from CollegeDegrees360


When you’re a student, you may be low on cash and want to find free stuff and deals to save you money.  Here are a few offers for students to save money on stuff you might need or what.

Amazon Student

Anyone with an .edu email address from their college and meets the other eligibility requirements can sign up for Amazon Student free for 6 months.   With Amazon Student you can get free 2 day shipping on eligible purchases and more perks like special student discounts now and then on certain products.

Do note: When the 6 month period is over you will be automatically upgraded (and charged for) Amazon Prime membership, so be sure to turn off the automatic upgrade unless you want to purchase that.  If you do want to continue the service, it is at a discounted price of $39 down from the normal price of $79 for Amazon Prime. Then you will be able to still receive the benefits of this service at a discount for the rest of your time in college (up to 4 years).

Sign Up for Amazon Student here!

Technology

Before you buy that laptop or software for your computer, be sure to check out some of the deals available for students.  Apple offers select discounts for students on their products if you qualify.

See if you qualify for education pricing at Apple

Microsoft also has special deals available for students, including development software you can download for free and a course and exam in programming.  If you’re into the computer programming and development thing, check out their offers.

Check out the free offers and deals from Microsoft

Textbooks and Study Tools

I recently heard about this new site called Boundless.com that offers an alternative or supplemental solution to those expensive college textbooks.  This site has gathered information on many subjects you can read for free, on many devices.  It also has study tools like flash cards, study guides, and quizzes to test your knowledge.  Note: I haven’t personally used the site, but it seems worth looking into for extra help on studying or saving on textbooks.  Also, I wouldn’t recommend using this instead of your required textbook, but maybe in addition to it for the help it offers with studying and accessibility instead of lugging books everywhere.  If you or someone you know has used this site, share that experience in the comment section below.

Check out Boundless.com

For more study tools for free on a variety of subjects, check out Quizlet.com.  Here you can search for the subject that you are studying and find flash cards, quizzes, tests, and games to help you learn the information on that subject.  I have only used it once to test it out, and I didn’t sign up.  If you or someone you know has used this site, share that experience in the comment section below.

Test out your knowledge at Quizlet.com

Movie Tickets

Some movie theaters offer special prices and deals for students.  For example, Thursdays at AMC Theaters are Student Day.  This means that high school and college students with school ID’s get a discount on their ticket price.  So if you are heading to the theater, wait till Thursday and bring your student ID to get the best deal.

See AMC Theater’s Special Offers

Public Transportation

In many areas, cities offer special student discounts on public transportation.  If you take the train, bus, or metro, see if your city offers any discounts.  Here are a few various state and city public transportation discount offers for students:

NJ Transit Student Pass (with participating schools)

Houston Texas Metro

LA California Metro (See Reduced Fares)

Download the Latest Songs for Free

Original Photo by Shiv Shankar Menon Palat

Photo Used Under Creative Commons from Shiv Shankar Menon Palat


If your public library is connected with Freegal Music (and many are), you can download free music!

Through the Freegal Music site, (or the mobile apps) all you need to do is sign in with your library card.  Then you can download up to 3 free songs a week.

There is not an infinite selection of songs, but they do have some good ones from a range of genres.  This includes hot new hits from artists like Adele, One Direction, Carrie Underwood, and Mumford & Sons.   They also have many classical songs, even including hit songs redone instrumentally (quite creative if you ask me).  I have also come across some great classic songs from past decades as well in the past.

This is a great deal to take advantage of to get legal, free music to download onto your computer and your various mp3 playing devices.  The songs will always be yours once you download them too, as there is no DRM.

So head to your local library’s website to see if they are connected with Freegal and start downloading free music!

Does your library offer this service? Did you find any good songs to download?