Attention all freebie lovers! It’s time to grab the latest Dillons Free Friday Download!
Dillons FREE Friday Download: FREE RXBAR Single
They say you should make your bed as soon as you get up because accomplishing something first thing in the morning starts your day off right. That easy victory makes you feel ready to conquer the day.
I feel the same way about saving money. Saving money can be difficult, so an easy win can really make you feel pumped and ready to tackle more challenging money saving tactics. Whenever I need a little boost in my money saving morale, I always turn to the Dillons Free Friday Download.
Never heard of the Dillons Free Friday Download? Yikes! 🙂 More on that in the next section but first….
This week’s Dillons FREE Friday download is for one FREE RXBAR Single (1.8 oz., select varieties)! This eCoupon must be downloaded on April 5; however, you have until April 21 to redeem it at Dillons.
Available in most stores. Limit of one coupon per item. Digital coupons and paper coupons may not be combined on the purchase of a single it.
What is the Dillons Free Friday Download?
As mentioned above, the Dillons Free Friday Download is an easy way to save money. More specifically, each week, Dillons offers a Friday freebie for a product in its store. This product, the Dillons Free Friday Download, could be just about anything. Past Friday freebies have included everything from coffee creamer to barbecue sauce to Haribo Gummy Candy.
To snag your product, you simply need to claim your Dillons Free Friday Download eCoupon on Friday, but don’t worry, you’ll have about 2 weeks to actually redeem it.
The Dillons Free Friday Download is an easy way to explore the huge assortment of products Dillons offers without investing your own money. Try snagging the Friday freebie each week, and I guarantee you’ll soon discover some new family favs! 🙂
Claim your Dillons FREE Friday Download eCoupon now!
About Dillons Stores
In the 1890s, John S. Dillon opened a general store in Sterling, Kansas, and quickly learned that the “buy now, pay later” model as well as delivering groceries wasn’t the best way to make money. He employed those lessons in a new store he opened in 1913 in Hutchinson, Kansas. His Hutchinson store had a new business model that required customers to pay cash upfront before receiving goods, and it did not offer delivery services. This model is the standard in the United States today.
Today, Dillons is a major presence throughout Kansas and employs over 12,000 employees.
In 1983, Dillions became part of the Kroger family.
Note: All of the stores in the Kroger family participate in the Free Friday Download, so if you don’t live near a Dillons you may still be able to score an awesome Friday freebie. See the Kroger Free Friday Download here.
Carolyn Bailey says
I Like Dillons
Thanks for sharing, Carolyn! 🙂 Kelli