Get stuff on your birthday. You deserve to be spoiled, don’t you? Since it was my birthday last week, I thought it would be fitting to make a list of all the things you could get free or at a discount on your birthday. Some of the freebies are exclusively for Toronto. If you are looking for more freebies for your birthday, you can google “birthday freebies” available in your city and country. You’ll be surprised to find out that you could get a lot of free stuff on your special day. Here are the few places you could get free stuff on your birthday:
You could start your day off with a free Grand Slam breakfast at Denny’s. All you must do is to tell them it is your birthday when making your order and show your I.D. to the server.
The Body Shop
If you’re a member of the love your body club, you can get a $10.00 gift card emailed to you on your birthday.
If you love Booster Juice, you can get a free drink on your birthday. Sign-up to become a Booster Juice member for your freebie.
I love Starbucks, and I also love getting my free Starbucks drink on my birthday. When you sign-up as a Starbucks member, you can get a free drink on your birthday.
You can watch a free movie at the Carlton Theatre. Just show your I.D at the ticket booth.
Enjoy a free birthday pastry or cookie when you sign-up to Panera’s mailing list.
Join Sephora’s Beauty Insiders and get a free gift on your birthday.
Get a free dessert when you sign-up for the mailing list on your birthday.
Sign-up for Harvey’s mailing list, you can get a free burger on your special day.
Become a Frequent Steeper and get a free tea on your birthday.
When you sign-up for The Works mailing list, you can get a free burger on your birthday and a free onion ring tower as a bonus. You must show I.D. to the server before ordering.
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt
Sign-up for a Menchie’s Smileage club account, you can get $5 added to your Menchie’s account on your birthday.
Get free SD’s on your birthday by joining SwagBucks. Collect SD’s to get free gift cards.
Get a free feast and tournament when you sign up for the Medieval Times mailing list.
For everyone who is celebrating an upcoming birthday, I hope you have a great one.