Summer is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate than with some sizzling hot freebies?
From complimentary doughnuts and Apple tunes to free laundry services for frontline responders, we’ve rounded up some of the best deals June has to offer.
Read on to learn how you can start your summer off with sensational savings. And for even more options, head on over to Money Talks News’ freebies page.
Free HBO Max — ongoing
As we reported recently, customers of certain providers — AT&T, Altice USA, Verizon and Cox Communications — can get free access to the new HBO Max service.
HBO Max just launched, and it includes HBO’s movie and TV content, plus other programming. For more on this freebie, check out “4 Ways to Get HBO Max for Free or Cheap.”
Free doughnuts — June 5
In honor of National Doughnut Day on Friday, June 5, Dunkin is handing out a free classic doughnut, including Glazed, Boston Kreme, Jelly Filled and more. You simply need to buy any beverage at participating locations.
Krispy Kreme has declared an entire National Doughnut Week — so guests can stop by their local shop anytime from June 1 to June 5 for a gratis doughnut, whatever your favorite kind, no purchase necessary.
But that’s not all. From now through June 19, Krispy Kreme lovers can participate in the doughnut chain’s “Countdown to Summer.” Simply pick up one of the chain’s iconic paper hats to decorate at home and return it to the store on June 20 for a complimentary Original Glazed Doughnut to celebrate the first day of summer.
Free credit reports — through April 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has made life more difficult for most of us. But the nation’s credit-reporting agencies are trying to ease the sting of the lockdown by providing free access to your credit report between now and April 2021.
Normally, you are limited to one free credit report a year from each of the major credit-reporting agencies — Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. But now, you can check your report as often as once a week.
For more on coronavirus-related freebies, check out “9 Things That Are Completely Free During the Pandemic.”
Free reusable lunch bag at Rubio’s — June 8-9
You have this next freebie in the bag! In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8, Rubio’s Coastal Grill is handing out complimentary reusable clear tote bags with any purchase June 8-9.
This exciting eco-friendly offer is valid while supplies last.
Free Snickers bar for essential workers — ongoing
Want to thank an essential worker you know for their selfless service during this difficult time? Sign them up to receive a free Snickers bar.
Simply fill out this form and the frontline worker in your life will receive an e-gift card for a complimentary Snickers, redeemable at their local Walmart. In addition, “for every bar sent, Snickers will also make a donation to support first responders through Operation Gratitude.”
Free bowling for kids — ongoing
Searching for new ways to occupy your children or grandchildren this summer? Register them for the Kids Bowl Free program and they can enjoy two free games of bowling daily for the entire summer at participating lanes.
Learn more and sign up now.
Free Tide laundry services for frontline responders — through June 28
Immediate family of frontline responders — including medical researchers, medical and hospital staff, paramedics, police officers, firefighters, nurses and doctors — in participating cities can now receive laundry and dry-cleaning services, compliments of Tide Cleaners.
We applaud this organization for doing its part to help “lighten the load” for those who are sacrificing for us during the current health crisis. Get offer details.
Free Food Network Kitchen subscription — ongoing
With folks spending more time cooking at home these days, new and existing Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablet customers can now enjoy an additional perk — a free one-year subscription to Food Network Kitchen, which is a $39.99 value.
Ideal for amateur and seasoned chefs alike, this service enables you to enjoy “live classes with Food Network chefs, stream full episodes of Food Network shows, sharpen your skills with step-by-step tutorials, and more.” Get the delicious details.
Free Rosetta Stone for students — ongoing
To help kids sharpen their skills over the summer, Rosetta Stone is offering a free three-month subscription to the parents and guardians of children in kindergarten through 12th grade. The offer is extended for kids who either attend a school closed in response to COVID-19 or are homeschooled.
Students can learn by immersing themselves in one of over 20 different languages, ranging from Spanish to Vietnamese. They’ll receive instant feedback on pronunciation as well as printable data and progress reports. Sign up and get started.
Free Apple Music for 4 months — ongoing
Want to enjoy the wonders of Apple Music? Thanks to Best Buy, new subscribers can now receive four months of this popular streaming service for free. To be eligible, you need to sign up for a BestBuy.com account.
Apple Music allows you to “easily find your favorite artists, discover new music, listen to curated playlists and play it across all your devices.” Sign up now.
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