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Free Little Debbie Cupcakes

on 10.15.2009 at 4:55pm

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Little Debbie is giving away 1 million free cupcakes through their facebook page!  They also have bigger prizes they are giving away too, who knows someone here might win.

(thanks Coupon Cravings!)

    • Monique

      Yay! I was just thinking about Little Debbies today… mmmm

    • Stephanie B

      My sister runs the plant that makes those…They are the best Little Debbies creation ever!

    • Damien

      They make you put in your phone number so I had to use my telemarketer phone number so if they ever do spam the number they get a little dose of the “telemarketer’s nightmare.” I learned my lesson not to EVER give your phone number out to any company that asks for it since they really do not need it… TOBI sold my phone number to about a dozen companies and my phone received scam artist spam phone calls for over a year despite my complaining and asking to be removed from their lists until finally I had to file something with the BBB to get them to stop.

      If you need a fake phone number for promotions like this, use: 909-723-5660… it sends the telemarketer to a message stating that you do not appreciate such phone calls.

      • kyla

        So, what happens if you win a prize? They call your fake number and get a message. So you forfeit your prize because they can’t get ahold of you. Doesn’t seem like there’s even a point in entering then…

        • Stacey

          After you sign up it says you will be notified by email if you win. So no phone number needed.

        • Damien

          Yeah, like Stacey said, they notify you by e-mail. Very few places use your phone number to notify you… usually it is either e-mail or address and often times if you read they will tell you exactly how you will be notified. Companies only request your phone number so they can sell it later on… I have never had a company legitimately contact me through the phone for a promotion like this… now, like I said before, I have had companies sell my number to telemarketers, but never any legitimate calls.