7 Freebies You Can Grab in November

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November is the month to give thanks. And while we’re probably most thankful for our family and friends, it’s hard not to be grateful for a few fantastic freebies.

This month, you’ll find everything from free tacos and toys to complimentary admission to your favorite national park. Read on to find out what gratis items await you during November.

Free Taco Bell taco: Nov. 2

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During Game 1 of the World Series, Francisco Lindor of the Cleveland Indians stole a base. Anyone who is not a baseball fan probably wonders why this is a big deal.

But you should care if you like free food. Thanks to a baseball-themed promotion, Lindor’s base-running exploits mean anyone who visits Taco Bell on Nov. 2 and requests a free Doritos Locos Taco in connection with the promotion will get one. Thank you for the free fare, Francisco!

Free Subway sandwich: Nov. 3

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National Sandwich Day is Nov. 3, and you can get a free sandwich if you buy another sandwich and beverage at Subway.You’ll also be doing a good deed, as Subway will donate a meal with each purchase to help feed the needy. Talk about a win-win situation!

Free pumpkin-spice coffee at Bruegger’s Bagels: Through Nov. 4

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Boumen Japet / Shutterstock.com

Fall is slipping away, but there is still time to enjoy your pumpkin-spice fix. Stop by any Bruegger’s Bagels through Nov. 4, and you can get a free Pumpkin Spice Coffee with the purchase of the same item.

To take advantage of this deal, you need to visit Bruegger’s website and register.

Free meals for the military: Nov. 11

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If you have served in the armed forces, America thanks you. It is your sacrifice that keeps us the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Every year on Veterans Day, scores of restaurants offer freebies — or discounts — to veterans and active-duty members of the military. Many restaurants will announce their deals closer to the big day. However, you can get a preview by checking out the very long list that already exists at the Military Benefits website.

Free admission to national parks: Nov. 11

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Sam Spicer / Shutterstock.com

Veterans Day is a great day to remember those who have kept America free. You can also celebrate by visiting one of the great national parks that preserve the country’s natural beauty. Admission is free on Nov. 11.

Free toys at Toys R Us: Nov. 19 and 20

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Angelina Pilarinos / Shutterstock.com

If your kids can’t wait for Santa, stop by Toys R Us and get some free toys.

From 3 to 4 p.m. on Nov. 19, Geoffrey’s Birthday Club members can get a free Geoffrey plush toy and storybook. If you aren’t a member of the club, sign up at the retailer’s website.

If your kids prefer Pokemon, visit the store between 2 and 4 p.m. on Nov. 20. They can get a free Electrabuzz foil card, Pokemon Trading Card Game collector’s album and Pikachu poster on Nov. 20.

Free sausage at Bob Evans: Throughout November

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Finally, Nov. 8 is Election Day. If you’re like us, it will be a relief to see this campaign end. Still, it’s your patriotic duty to vote!

To celebrate our great democratic process, Bob Evans Restaurants is offering a free order of breakfast sausage throughout November. In fact, the chain’s offer is good right up to Jan. 21, 2017, which is one day after the inauguration of President …

Well, you will have to wait to finish that sentence. For now, simply vote for your preference — sausage patties or sausage links — and print out the Bob Evans coupon.

Do you know of additional November freebies? Share them by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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