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Postby insanitylater » Mar 3rd, '08, 20:02

that steeped in style one that was closed is open again
http://www.steepedinstyleteas.com/servlet/Register
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Postby Ladytiger » Mar 3rd, '08, 20:06

insanitylater wrote:that steeped in style one that was closed is open again
http://www.steepedinstyleteas.com/servlet/Register

You have to buy something to get your 'free' sample.
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Postby Pentox » Mar 3rd, '08, 20:57

www.dragonwater.com has their tea club which is free for the first month, you can cancel after that.
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Postby Proinsias » Mar 4th, '08, 15:01

Typing free.tea.sample into google gives more valid tea samples than I can list.

One of the first few hits is a fairly big list.

http://www.freeleaf.com/
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Postby Cinnamon Kitty » Mar 5th, '08, 20:29

Pentox wrote:www.dragonwater.com has their tea club which is free for the first month, you can cancel after that.


Dragonwater is being a pain for doing that right now. I signed up for the tea club last night, canceled the account this morning after my three samples had been shipped, and noticed on the confirmation e-mail that they wanted to charge me the $9.95. I e-mailed them back asking them about the free offer and the response I got was that the lady did not know where I found that offer on the site and the free month offer was expired. I just e-mailed her back with two screen shots of the dragonwater site with the offer for a free month visible, along with directions as to how I found the offer on the site. Hopefully it will work out to where I can get it for free, but if anyone else was interested in trying this, it is no longer free.

Edit: They did agree to refund my money, but the one month free offer is no longer free.
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Postby Pentox » Mar 5th, '08, 21:12

Cinnamon Kitty wrote:
Pentox wrote:www.dragonwater.com has their tea club which is free for the first month, you can cancel after that.


Dragonwater is being a pain for doing that right now. I signed up for the tea club last night, canceled the account this morning after my three samples had been shipped, and noticed on the confirmation e-mail that they wanted to charge me the $9.95. I e-mailed them back asking them about the free offer and the response I got was that the lady did not know where I found that offer on the site and the free month offer was expired. I just e-mailed her back with two screen shots of the dragonwater site with the offer for a free month visible, along with directions as to how I found the offer on the site. Hopefully it will work out to where I can get it for free, but if anyone else was interested in trying this, it is no longer free.

Edit: They did agree to refund my money, but the one month free offer is no longer free.


Ooo dang. I didn't know about that. All I know is that I did that last month and ended up sticking with it for this month.
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Postby forkyfork » Mar 6th, '08, 13:32

Pentox wrote:
Ooo dang. I didn't know about that. All I know is that I did that last month and ended up sticking with it for this month.


I didn't either. I was considering doing it at a later date, but I wanted to hold off because I had so much tea now. Man, I hope they reconsider this because I thought it's what made their tea club superior.
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Postby Ladytiger » Mar 7th, '08, 17:28

I just got my free sample from Zhi today, I think I put in for it a week ago. I got Orange Blossom Oolong...I thought I clicked Ginger Peach Oolong...
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Postby Ladytiger » Mar 7th, '08, 19:10

http://www.designatea.com/freesamples.php You'll have to pay $1 for shipping
http://www.fullbloomtea.com/freesample.html another one you need to pay for shipping, $2 per bloom
tazo.com click on 'be enlightened'
http://www.shopfree.com/offersrequest.a ... d_and_Wine
https://www.gypsytea.com/site/loyaltea/free_sample.html not up now but check back soon
http://www.aurateas.info/2007/10/free-t ... s-and.html must have blog
http://www.theteatable.com/Merchant2/me ... _Code=Teas you can choose up to five and must have one non-free product.
http://www.celestialseasoningsbookclub.com/join You'll need two Celestial Seasonings UPC codes (just go to the supermarket and look at the UPC code and write them down, might want to write down multiples) offer ends March 31

That's all for now.
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