Holiday songs like “Run Run Rudolph” by Kelly Clarkson, “Silent Night” by Trace Adkins and six other Christmas classics are available for free at iTunes via “People” magazine. Just open iTunes, go to the iTunes store, click or tap Redeem and enter the code you'll find here.
In one of the best daily deals, you and your family can get a free SpongeBob postcard available at participating post offices—and which includes free postage. What a nice way for a child to spread holiday cheer, or maybe write that note to Santa!
In a really cool online daily deal freebie, you can go elfyourself.com, upload pics of you and your friends (or take photos with a webcam), and click “Let's Dance” to see a fun video of elves playing and get a free calendar at Office Max (Reg. $6.99). While this video is playing, tap or click “Free Calendar” and after the code appears tap or click “OK” and “Print”. Send the page to your iPhone or smartphone (to save paper and ink) and show it at an OfficeMax store to get your free calendar.
In a daily deal at Amazon today only, “Riptide GP” is free for Android smartphones. This regularly $1.99 quality water racing game has super graphics in realistic environments (needs dual-core).
When you bring your child to visit Santa in Walmart Dec. 7-8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., you'll get a free 5 x7 inch photo of your child with Santa.
“Circles Memory Game” is free for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (Reg. $4.99). This app challenges you to remember how many taps you can remember in a row. It's a fun app with 120 progressively more challenging levels of weapons, coins and more. Supports Game Center.
This reporter will be back with more daily deals and freebies next time.
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