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Mrs. Freshley's Coupons Giveaway; $50 value!!!

Mrs. Freshley's Coupon's Giveaway $50 value!

Sniffing4Savings has another wonderful giveaway for you! Mrs. Freshley's Coupon's Giveaway, $50 value....that's A LOT of snacks! I love coupon's, and anyone that also does knows that FREE item coupons are the BEST!! Sniffing4Savings reviewed these snack baked goods and can tell you they are fresh and yummy! Great Grab and go for summer outings, work lunch bags and Back To School! Stock your freezer with this win! They can be found at supermarkets, various dollar stores, and convenience stores across the U.S.!! You can read Sniffing4Savings' complete review here.... Mrs. Freshley's
are available in singles, individually wrapped in boxes, and Family size bags, very convenient! A sample of varieties Mrs. Freshley's has to offer, and they were not around the house long! Yummy!!
Mrs. Freshleys Giveaway
Visit and Follow Mrs. Freshley's on Facebook and see all the varieties they offer at Mrs.Freshley' Giveaway Open to U.S. residents 18+, Begins TODAY 7/19/ at 3:00 p.m. EST and ends 7/30 1:00 a.m. EST., Sniffing4Savings and the wonderful Bloggers promoting this giveaway are NOT responsible for the prize, or delivery of...that will come straight from the sponsor! Thanks for entering and GOOD- LUCK!! ENTER BELOW!!!


  1. Tara Berke TorresJuly 20, 2013 at 9:52 PM

    I'm sure my family would love some snacks!

  2. I would love to win because they would make great snacks in back to school lunches.

  3. Christian AlejandroJuly 29, 2013 at 8:40 PM

    I'd love to try them and share with the fam.


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