A Free Woman’s Razor?

If you already know you want the free razor, click here to get it.

For a limited time, you can get a free women’s razor just by entering your email and completing a short survey about your use of the razor.
http://www.PromotionsAndDiscounts.com/free/womens-razor.html
It’s a Bic Soleil Shimmer and you can get one for free.
BIC Soleil Shimmer launched in March 2008, but the company is still hoping for honest feedback from people using the shimmer.
Anyone can get a free sample regardless of age, background, or even gender (though we’re pretty sure they would prefer to hear from women).
The primary target audience for BIC Soleil Shimmer is women who are 18 to 40 years old.
The product’s secondary target is teenage girls ages 13 to 17. Women will like the fashion appeal of the long, curvy handle, which features shimmery silver sparkles. The triple-blade replacement cartridge has a pivoting head and a wide, soothing moisture strip with cocoa butter.


BIC supports the BIC Soleil system brand through television, print, internet advertising, a public relations campaign, free standing inserts, in-pack coupons, sampling, and displays.
Welcome to the sampling portion of their campaign!
Go ahead and claim your sample now, for free at http://www.PromotionsAndDiscounts.com/free/womens-razor

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2 Responses to “A Free Woman’s Razor?”

  1. Angela says on :

    This is not a promotion I would recommend. It’s not a survey. They ask you to select 2 other advertising gimicks. So you end up shuffling through a bunch of “promotions” for various companies. Even if you select “No thanks,” you will still be signed up. After trying to get this promotion, I ended up with two additional companies I didn’t want to have my email.
    Free samples are great, but avoid this one. Either the link (first one) is wrong or this isn’t worth doing.

  2. PromotionsAndDiscounts.com says on :

    The offer is good, but are you based outside of the United States? We should have said it in the post above, but the promotion is only good for people in the US.
    Otherwise, it takes you to some random survey thing.
    Thanks for looking at it and commenting. Please let us know if you’re in the US and still weren’t able to access your free razor.

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