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Without cost. Free goods and services usually come with some strings attached. For example, one may receive a free item with an order to buy another item. Some dispute whether such bonuses are really free. See also: Sweetener.
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Verdict: It's the smartest looking freebie on offer.
Daily Tool posts daily deals on home electronics, kitchen gadgets, computers, computer hardware, tools, bed & bath products, communications equipment, gift baskets & flowers, jewelry & watches, hobby & sports equipment, as well as freebies reported to them by thousands of retailers and consumers.
This weekend, all players can claim a $17 birthday freebie using bonus code "BDAYFREEBIE".
Foreign Affairs Select Committee chairman Sir Richard Ottaway and whip Therese Coffey accepted freebies.
SHOESHINE KIT - The woeful "manicure" sets, along with the shoeshine kits have led me to the conclusion that the people who decide on hotel freebies must be men.
IT'LL be a day of freebies for voters in the Capital on election day April 10.
com, a nationally recognized source of free offers, is pleased to announce the release of its popular list of birthday freebies as an iTunes application for the iPhone, iPad and iTouch
Summary: Eight-day event attracts huge tech-savvy crowd to grab extras and freebies
12 ( ANI ): The Samajwadi Party (SP) has asserted that there is nothing wrong in political parties offering freebies to voters through their manifestos, and termed as incorrect the orders issued to this effect by both the Supreme Court and the Election Commission.
Coming down heavily on political parties that promise freebies to voters in their election manifestos, Supreme Court on Friday asked the Election Commission to frame guidelines to restrain such activities, saying that it shakes the foundation of democracy by influencing the voters.
Oh dear, Neil Welton of Llandaff North seems to have a bee in his bonnet about us overpaid pampered pensioners and the many freebies we enjoy (You Say, December 14).