9 Things You Can Get for Free in March

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Happy March! Are you ready for spring and savings?

Grab your green beer and get ready to take advantage of free TV and music streaming services, complimentary made-to-order potato chips and more.

Read on for everything you need to know about the best things you can get for free in the month of March. And for even more options, head on over to Money Talks News’ freebies page.

Free Sling TV — ongoing

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Enjoy streaming television shows and movies this month — without having to pay for them. Sling TV, owned by the popular Dish Network, is serving up 3,000 hours of online content for free, and you won’t even have to sign up for the service.

You can access “Free Live TV,” “Free Bingeworthy Full Series,” “Free Horror Movies” and more from your computer or TV.

Free HBO — ongoing

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If you were excited by the idea of free Sling TV, you’re going to love this next deal — gratis HBO. We’ve rounded up seven simple ways you can sample this premium cable station without reaching for your wallet, and you can learn all about them here.

Free Apple Music via Best Buy — ongoing

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Listen up, music fans: You can now enjoy four months of Apple Music at no cost. The only catch? You have to be a new subscriber. Learn more and sign up here.

Free potato chips at Steak ‘n Shake — limited time

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Late-night diners can enjoy complimentary potato chips at participating Steak ‘n Shake locations for a limited time. If you fancy yourself a “Chipster,” simply stop by your local restaurant between midnight and 5 a.m. for delicious, cooked-to-order potato chips — no purchase necessary. Get details.

Free workshop for kids at JCPenney — March 14

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On the second Saturday of every month, from 11 a.m. to noon, children can enjoy a complimentary Kids Zone crafting class at participating JCPenney stores. This month, they can make a Magical Guardian Door Ornament and take home a lanyard and collector’s pin.

Plus, if they complete six projects, they’ll earn a Project Master Medallion. And did we mention that parents will receive a 10% off coupon to use in-store that day? Learn more.

Free pie at Village Inn and Bakers Square — Wednesdays

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What’s even better than a slice of pie? A complimentary slice of pie! And that’s exactly what you’ll get when you dine at participating Village Inn or Bakers Square restaurants on Free Pie Wednesday.

Times vary by location, but you’ll always have a choice of classic fruit or featured pie.

More free pie and discounted pizza — March 14

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Each year, a slew of restaurants offer freebies and discounted fare on “National Pi Day,” March 14.

Why on that day? Because the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter — which is roughly 3.14 — is known as “pi,” and is celebrated on the 14th day of the third month of the year, or 3/14.

Some Pi Day discounts are for pizzas. In most of those cases, you will pay $3.14 for your pizza pie. But other deals are freebies, usually for “pie,” the fruit-filled treat.

Money Talks News will let you know about this year’s deals when they are announced.

Free treats to celebrate spring — March 20

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If you have spent a long, cold winter waiting for spring, hang in there. As the Beatles sang, “Here Comes the Sun”! The first day of spring this year is March 20, and it is likely that at least a couple of freebies will blossom that day.

Keep an eye on Money Talks News for details on 2020 deals as they emerge.

Free MLB.TV subscriptions for T-Mobile customers — March 24

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If you love baseball and have a T-Mobile plan, you’re in luck! The telecommunications company is batting a thousand with this exciting offer. T-Mobile reps recently confirmed that customers can claim a complimentary subscription to Major League Baseball’s streaming service, MLB.TV, on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on March 24, just in time for opening day on March 26.

Learn more about this promotion, valued at $122!

Do you know of more great March freebies? Share them in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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