There was a mad scramble for some free chocolates, the morning of 30 Mar 2012, from Nestlé in conjunction with Metro UK.
Commuters wanted to get their hands on Aero, the new bubbly bar and I was one of them.
Judging from the current economic climate, I have come to notice the reduced number of free stuff handed out. So the few times companies decide to do market research by providing consumers with free trials of their product, it’s no surprise people will be inclined to push and shove to get their just desserts.
Thank you Metro and Nestlé for the treats. Aero is one of my favourite chocolate brand anyway. I enjoyed these two bars as I read my copy of the paper.
I was wondering when was the next time I would get a freebie on my #dailycommute as the last one I got was almost two months ago.
Today, lastminute.com were pushing for new customers by giving them a sweet tooth with chocolate samples and a Promo code for staying in a luxury hotel.
The unopened chocolate sample miniture box courtesy of lastminute.com
Opened to reveal 15% off when booking with promo code (pen put to show size of box).
“Hotel details will not be revealed until it’s booked.”
The gold foil wrapped treat that awaits you as you decide where to book for a night of exclusive luxury on the cheap.
Freebie picked up at London Liverpool Station.
Hooraay for freebies!
Had the chocolate after posting this and I have to say….I have had better delights. Still….hooray for freebies!
Just got this through the post with a money off voucher so I can try Bebivita baby food products. I always wanted to get DS a new bigger spoon now he has out grown his weaning ones. Thank you Bebivita. I will definately try your products now.
Hooray for freebies!
So yesterday got another freebie from London Liverpool Street station. An Oyster/travelcard holder with money off voucher from my favourite supermarket, Tesco.
Unfortunately, the voucher is for a particular store in the area and I hardly shop there. At least I got a cool Oyster card holder to use when my current one sees better days.
Hooray for freebies!
Well, not exactly a station freebie, but it was close to one – London Liverpool Street.
Today’s freebie is a 250ml bottle of Diet Coke near the gates of Old Spitafields Market, London.
I love the design of the bottle by Karl Lagerfeld as it is made out of metal and somehow (although I am not a fan of fizzy drinks) it made the cola taste much better.
Who am I kidding?
Anything free will always taste better. Just as long as you don’t over indulge.
Hooray to freebies!