Best Freebies: Free Walking Dead eBook, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, more


They say the best things in life are free, and we couldn't agree more! We've rounded up five Editors' Choice freebies to bring more of those "best things" your way. Get the first issue of The Walking Dead on your Kindle, download The Incredibles, and grab a Ben & Jerry's ice cream cone — all for free!

  1. Walking Dead eBookRobert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #1 Kindle eBook
    Store: Amazon
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $2

    Is It Worth It?: If you're a fan of AMC's brutal survival-horror TV show The Walking Dead, then you owe it to yourself to check out the source material. Amazon offers downloads of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead #1 Kindle eBook for free. (You can also grab a free copy from Google Play.) You'll save $2 on this first issue of the comic series, which follows a group of people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse.

  2. The IncrediblesThe Incredibles Movie Downloads
    Store: Disney Movies Anywhere
    Price: Free
    Lowest By: $20

    Is It Worth It?: Should you prefer family fun to zombie thrillers, then check out this freebie from Disney Movies Anywhere. Just sign into your account and connect to iTunes to download The Incredibles for free. That's a $20 savings and tied as the best deal we've seen for this superhero movie in any format.

  3. Ben&Jerry's Ice CreamBen & Jerry's Ice Cream Cone
    Store: Ben & Jerry's
    Price: Free Expires: April 8

    Is It Worth It?: Today only until 8pm local time, Ben & Jerry's shops will hand you a free ice cream cone of your choice, for no reason other than because they rock. If you've never experienced the magic of Ben & Jerry's Free Cone Day, then you have our permission to stop reading this right now and go get some free ice cream. (We expect the rest of you to keep reading so the newbies can have a head start.)

  4. Mini flashlight9-LED Mini Flashlight
    Store: Harbor Freight Tools
    Price: Free via printable coupon with in-store pickup
    Lowest By: $7
    Expires: April 30

    Is It Worth It?: Allow us to shine a little light on this easy-to-grab freebie: Harbor Freight Tools offers a 3.5" 9-LED mini flashlight for free via this printable coupon. Compact enough to keep in your glove compartment or purse, you'll save $7 on this handy flashlight. It features a push-button on/off switch, lightweight aluminum construction, and a knurled barrel for easy gripping.

    Harbor Freight Tools offers a couple more free tool accessories via these printable coupons. Assuming you use all of the coupons, you'll get about $18 worth of tools, including the aforementioned flashlight, a tape measure, and a a pair of scissors.

  5. Sears Award CardSears Mystery Award Card
    Store: Sears
    Price: Free for Shop Your Way Rewards members
    Lowest By: $5
    Expires: April 12

    Is It Worth It?: There's no mystery about it; free gift cards are the best. Sears is giving away Mystery Award Cards worth $5, $10, or even $15 to Shop Your Way Rewards members. To get yours, click here and answer three poll questions. You're guaranteed to receive at least a $5 gift card, so that's at least a $5 savings for you! It's limited to two entries per person, and the cards can be redeemed from April 13 through April 26.

    Of note, Shop Your Way Rewards members can also get the Mystery Award Card for free with a purchase of $50 or more.

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Please explain to me how to get Bill Gates book for free. When I click on link I get Amazon's site. The only thing I see that is free are samples. I do not wish to click on link and be charged $8.20 for book. Thanks
Lindsay Sakraida (DealNews)
@Chariblaze Come back tomorrow, we'll have a roundup of Tax Day freebies! And be sure to bookmark our freebies page, linked in the intro here.
More of these articles please! I love quality freebies.