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This site shows you how to earn free tokens at Chuck E. Cheese. Download and print out the Chuck E.'s "Rewards Calendars." Mark the days off with a pen or sticker as your child accomplishes specific goals. Then, you can bring the completed calendar in to any participating Chuck E. Cheese location and receive 10 free tokens as a reward. Offer expires Dec. 31, 2019.
A nice resource for free audio stories for kids. Here, you'll find hundreds of audio stories, including fairy tales, classic audio books, educational stories, myths and world stories, seasonal stories, and more. The site adds new content every week.
America's national parks will offer free admission on Jan. 21, 2019 to mark the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. At this site, you'll find a roundup of the National Park Service's entrance fee-free dates in 2019.
Want to learn how to code? This popular "open source community" offers over 1,000 hours of coding lessons. Here, you can work through self-paced coding challenges, build projects and earn certificates. You can also develop your skills by working on projects for nonprofits.
Got a problem with your computer? This useful site offers free tech support via a community of volunteers. To get started, follow the instructions to register (it's free). Then, you can browse the site's 27 forums and post your questions. The site is popular, with over 700,000 members.
Expecting mothers can request a free silicone wristband from the free birth announcement site, BabiesOnline.com. This bracelet can alert emergency personnel to your pregnancy status if you are not able to communicate after an accident. (U.S. only).
Looking for free audiobooks? At this volunteer-driven site, you'll find a collection of over 11,000 public domain audiobooks. The audiobooks here are free for anyone to listen to on their computers or mobile devices (or to burn onto a CD). Most content here is in English, although audiobooks are available in over 30 other languages.
This site, run by volunteers, offers a big collection of free sheet music that you can output on your printer. Artists include Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, and more. The site includes a search engine that lets you browse by artist, or by instrument.
Looking for something to read? This site offers a thought-provoking collection of eclectic long-form non-fiction in the form of video, audio and text. Content is submitted, categorized and ranked by users. You can also get content delivered to you via a custom email newsletter based on a wide range of topics.
Follow the instructions and fill out the form to request a free Charmin Roll Extender. This toilet paper roll holder adds more room to the roll holder, "allowing you to comfortably fit all your favorite Charmin roll sizes." Limit: one request per household. Allow 2 weeks for shipping. (U.S. only).
This handy free service offered by the U.S. Postal Service lets you preview your mail and manage your packages that are scheduled to arrive soon. The service lets you view greyscale images of the exterior address side of letter-sized mailpieces that are processed through USPS' automated equipment. Informed Delivery is available to eligible residential consumers (enter your ZIP Code at the site to see if you're eligible).
A helpful resource, this site offers a roundup of MOOCs (free online courses from universities around the world that are offered to anyone with an Internet connection). Hundreds of subjects are offered, including business, medicine, music, literature, the humanities, and more.
Follow the instructions to request a free sample of Natural Vitality Natural Calm, a magnesium supplement and "anti-stress drink." The offer includes a sample pack and a coupon. One sample per household. (U.S. only).