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Sign up with this site (it's free) and you can get paid cash to review products and participate in online surveys. You can receive anywhere from $5 to $50 per survey completed. You must be 18 or older to participate. (U.S. only).
Follow the instructions to sign up with this free site and you can then access hundreds of free printable grocery coupons, as well as discounts and gift card offers. The site's newsletter also offers lots of info about coupon clipping, saving money, and more.
Do you want to build a professional-looking Website but have no experience? This handy, detailed guide rounds up 10 of the best free Website builders currently available. The programs reviewed here offer features like usability, online stores, and mobile-friendly designs (all important components for successful Websites in 2018).
Follow the instructions to request a free 2018 "Virginia Is For Lovers" travel guide and state map. This guide rounds up hundreds of attractions, towns, accommodations, events and other travel ideas. (International availability).
Under this program, participating optometrists provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age as a no-cost public service. This site offers info about how you can locate a doctor in your area who can provide the free infant assessment.
Looking for free craft patterns? This site offers over 4,400 free patterns. Here, you'll find patterns for crochet, knitting, sewing, quilting, cross-stitch, plastic canvas, beading, and more. Note: to access the patterns, you'll need to sign up for a membership (which is free).
Can't afford dental coverage? This site offers over 2,600 listings for free (and discounted) dental care facilities from across the United States. Many of the listings are for non-profit agencies or university clinics that offer free, or sliding scale, assistance. To get started, click on your state on the U.S. map and then access your city (or, if you live in a small town, the nearest large city to where you live).
This is a free email service that can help you protect your privacy and avoid spam and unsolicited emails. The service lets you easily create a disposable, temporary email address (which is handy for use in situations where you don't want to use your private, personal email address). Tempr.email is a versatile service that offers loads of useful features.
One of the Web's classic free software programs, Notepad++ is a handy source code editor and Notepad replacement that uses little CPU power and is user friendly. It offers many features, including auto-completion, zoom, bookmarks, macro recording and playback, syntax highlighting, and more, as well as support for over 80 languages. (For Windows).
Looking for books? This popular site (which is free to join) bills itself as the "world's library" and lets you swap your books with an online community of over 1.6 million book lovers who enjoy sharing their favorite titles.
Do you use travel reward programs? These days, rewards programs are becoming increasingly complex and difficult to figure out. This handy free resource offers loads of helpful info and advice about how to get the most bang for your buck from reward programs. Just pick a destination and RewardExpert will offer strategies for getting there with the least amount of miles and fees.