There are so many ways you can get freebies, rewards, gift cards and products online and off! Here are some of the methods I use to score the best freebies:

 SwagBucks is a search engine, just like Google and other search engines except you get a chance to earn SwagBucks every time you search or refer friends. Once you earn so many SwagBucks you can trade them in for rewards in their rewards catalog. They offer Amazon, Starbucks and Target gift cards, just to name a few. You can also have $5 deposited into your PayPal account when you earn a certain number of SwagBucks. Amazon gift cards for $5 are just 450 SwagBucks. If you don't have a SwagBucks account, just click the image below to sign up and get 30 free bucks to get started. It's free and easy to use!

Search & Win

Coke Rewards

Coke reward points are on every Coke product you purchase and they can be entered online via their rewards site to receive great rewards. They offer gift cards, Free product coupons, electronics, clothing and more. You can also enter a number of different sweepstakes for a chance to win some amazing prizes and freebies!

Pampers Gifts to Grow
Pampers offers a great rewards system called Gifts to Grow rewards. On every package of Pampers diapers and wipes there are reward codes that can be entered on their website for great rewards! They offer gift cards, Free product coupons, baby toys, free photo print and photo book codes and great mommy rewards. If you haven't signed up yet, go to Pampers and create your account. Here is a list of working codes for any new account or any account they were not previously entered on.
Huggies Rewards
Huggies also has a rewards program called Huggies Enjoy the Ride Rewards. Every package of Huggies diapers and wipes has a reward code that can be entered on their site for great rewards. They offer gift cards, Free product coupons (even for diapers!) and other great products. If you haven't joined, here is the site Huggies where you can sign up. The great thing about this program is that you can often find reward codes online that will work on any account as long as they have not been previously entered. You can also earn rewards on their site by watching Parenting videos and taking polls. Here is a list of codes that *should* work on new accounts or existing accounts where they were not previously entered.


Kizoodle is an online swapping site for all kinds of items. You post any items that you no longer want or need and then other members place bids on them using a point system. Once your item "sells" you ship it out and once it is marked received by the buyer you get your points to use on whatever you like on the site. There are always NEW items listed on this site! I have found so many great deals here and have used this site to get some great Christmas gifts for my kids over the past three years. You could find some great items for eBay and/or Amazon! Just click here to sign up and enter code: Q7RD2Y for some FREE points right off the bat! Also check out SwapBabyGoods for swapping items you no longer need or use.

CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens
Believe it or not you can get a ton of freebies and products from CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens by using their reward system. I get most of our household necessities at CVS for FREE or for pennies on the dollar. If you're new to CVS the first thing you need is a rewards card so you can start earning Extra Bucks. Sign up here and have the card mailed to you or go into any CVS store and sign up to use the card right away. Extra Bucks are little slips that print at the end of your receipt and they are used just like money at any CVS store. Once you start receiving Extra Bucks you can use them to get products for free and receive more Extra Bucks for your next trip. Here is how it works:
This week CVS has Schick Hydro razors for $8.97 with $5 back in Extra Bucks. There was a coupon in the Sunday paper for $4/Schick Hydro razors. You buy the razor at $8.97-$4 coupon=$4.97 out of pocket and then receive $5 in Extra Bucks at the end of your receipt. You could then sell the razor on eBay or keep it and use the $5 Extra Bucks during your next trip on something else that offers Extra Bucks and get your money back+the product!

Rite-Aid and Walgreens work almost the same way. Walgreens gives Register Rewards which are also slips that print on the end of your receipt and can be used like cash in any Walgreens store. Rite-Aid gives mail in rebates on qualifying purchases so if something is $5 and they are offering a $3 rebate and you use a $2 coupon, you are actually getting the product for FREE after coupon and rebate.

If you go to Freecyle and join a group in your area you will be alerted by e-mail when someone is offering anything for free.  Freecycle is a way for communities to recycle used items by passing them on to others who can use them. You can also post your unwanted items here or post a want ad for something you are looking for.