8 Things That Are Free in July

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July has arrived, and as you celebrate our nation’s freedom, also take a moment to rejoice in all the freebies available this month. As summer heats up, so do the deals!

From complimentary coffee to free TV for dogs, we’ve rounded up some of the best offers available in July.

Read on to learn how you can take advantage of these fabulous freebies. And for even more options, head on over to Money Talks News’ freebies page.

Free unlimited coffee at Panera Bread — all summer

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Want to enjoy free, unlimited premium hot or iced coffee and hot tea all summer long? Just sign up for MyPanera+ Coffee and order in the app, online or at a cafe. This energizing deal is valid for any size and flavor! Get details.

Free trial of DogTV — ongoing

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Looking for new and exciting ways to entertain your four-legged family member? Sign up for a free trial of DogTV.

The folks at DogTV say it is “the only technology created for dogs with sights and sounds scientifically designed to enrich your dog’s environment.” The pup-friendly programming is partially intended to reduce stress and separation anxiety. Learn more.

Free black and white copies at Staples — through July 4

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Want to make complimentary copies of important documents — or coloring pages for the kids? “To support parents juggling working from home and homeschooling,” Staples says it is offering 50 free black and white copies of any documents of your choosing. Simply head to your nearest store by July 4 to take advantage of this generous offer.

Free sample of Degree deodorant — while supplies last

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In the market for a new deodorant? Degree antiperspirant “goes on instantly dry for a cleaner feel” and you can try it for yourself for free, while supplies last! Sign up for your dry spray antiperspirant sample now.

Free Microsoft Office 365 Education for students/educators — ongoing

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Did you know that students and educators can enjoy Microsoft’s Office 365 Education for free? The offer includes access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Microsoft Teams, as well as additional classroom tools. So ditch your paid subscription and get started now.

Free skating for kids — ongoing

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Skating is great exercise — and the perfect boredom buster for kids, especially during the summer. Available in select states, the Kids Skate Free program offers gratis rink time, but hours, ages and terms vary by skate center. Please note that some facilities are not currently accepting passes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See details and participating locations.

Free downloadable cookbook — ongoing

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On the hunt for free and flavorful recipes? Download each chapter from the Circle of Friends Cookbook at no cost. From quick breads and muffins to dips and spreads and one-pot dinners –there are even chapters solely dedicated to bacon and chocolate chip cookies — this offer is sure to sharpen your culinary skills. Get cooking.

Free national parks cleanup kit — ongoing

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Want to do your part to preserve the beauty and cleanliness of our national parks? Sign up for a complimentary clean up kit containing sunscreen, hand sanitizer, gloves, a reflective vest, biodegradable bags, a first-aid kit and more. Get details.

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