Check Out All These Things You Can Get for Free

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It’s been said that “There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch” or similar. But actually, there is – if you know where to look. But we’re not just talking lunch here. We’re talking about all sorts of things that you can get for free. From shows to prescription drugs, check our gallery where we reveal some of the things you may not have to pay for.

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Free Museum Admission

Many museums have free admission days. Simply follow the museums in your area by checking online or on social media. Museums often post free days where you can get to see your fave art or exhibition – free.
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Prescriptions

If you’ve been prescribed a new drug, don’t be shy. Your doctor often has free samples which he is encouraged to give his patients. Just ask before you go and spend money on a pill that may not agree with you or be effective.
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Makeup

Many makeup counters in department stores have all kinds of free creams, lipsticks and perfumes that they give away as samples. Just like makeup giant, Sephora, who offer samples to clients who carry a beauty insider card, it’s there for the taking.
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Computer Software

Yes, there are plenty of computer software programs that you can get for free. For example, If you have a free Google account, you can get access to their collection of free software that is a great alternative to Microsoft Office. You’ll get Word, Excel and Powerpoint compatibles for nothing.
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Free Hospitality

Need some accommodations when traveling? Check out CouchSurfing.org and BeWelcome.org for a network of world travelers that will offer a place to sleep.
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Free Meals For Kids

There are tons of restaurants that offer a “Kids Eat Free” promotion. You need only check out websites like MyKidsEatFree.com. You’ll also find promotions on Groupon and LivingSocial.
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Free Phone Calls

You can get free-computer to mobile calls in North America by using Google voice. There’s also Skype for free video chats. Great for overseas business calls.
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Clothes For Free

Tired of your fashion collection? Organize a clothing trade with other like-minded friends who want to swap their designer wear for yours.
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Free Fruit

There are fruit harvesting groups that have developed over the past few years that collect fruits that have fallen or are about to fall to the ground. Instead of having them rot in public places they gather these foods for consumption. Some communities turn it into a social event and even have jam-making events.
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Free Groceries

Couponing has been a great way to lower those grocery bills and at times get many items for free. If time, however is limited and cutting out coupons doesn’t cut it for you, check out Walmart’s web site for their free-samples section online.
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Books For Free

For free books you can always visit your local library, but if you’re looking for material that isn’t available, you can try Bookmooch.com. Here’s where you can exchange books with other devoted readers around the world. There’s also Librivox.org where you can get free downloads of audiobooks.
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Free Coffee

Free coffee is offered by many coffee houses as a built-in loyalty program. Sign up for a rewards card to gain access to many promotions as well as cashing in on your free coffee or bag of coffee when you’ve accumulated sufficient points.
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Wine For Free

By visiting your neighborhood wine shop and handing over your email, you’ll be invited to wine tastings as they come up. There’s also the local art scene, where you can indulge in an inspiring activity as well as some wine and cheese which is a standard serving for events like this.
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Free Movies

If you’re residing in the U.S. then Hulu.com is a great web site to view streaming classic movies. Another option is YouTube.com for movies and everything else in video.
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Education For Free

Sure, college may not be affordable for everyone, but there is a way to learn about your favorite interests. Check out the BBC’s web site for free guides on learning languages or download the iTunes U app for many university lectures. There’s also KhanAcademy.org which is a web site offering free short lessons on things like science and math.
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