It’s hard to pass up a free month of free stuff. I get it. (Retailers get it too: they’re hoping you forget to cancel!)
Which is why I’m so excited to tell you about Trim, because it’s a free service that automatically reminds you about subscriptions and then cancels them for you. No more forgetting to cancel something you didn’t want to pay another month for!
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Look at all the ways I’ve scored free stuff:
1. I tried out a free week of Hulu when I signed up.
I tried out Hulu for a week and decided it wasn’t for me. I love catching up on my favorite shows, but not for $12 a month!
2. I got 18 polishes as a free welcome gift when I subscribed to Julep.
I love, love, love Julep polishes. I signed up during my birthday month because they offered a deal for three extra polish colors.
Julep’s offers change but there’s always a free gift for subscribing.
3. I tried Amazon’s Audible subscription for free.
I signed up for Audible in December because I wanted to take advantage of the deal for a free audible trial and $25 Amazon gift card. I had completely forgotten about this payment until Trim caught it and canceled for me.
4. I got a free trial month of Spotify Premium.
I use Spotify all the time, and I thought I’d love not listening to ads. But after trying it out, I decided I can handle the ads that come with a free subscription.
5. I got three meals free when I tried HelloFresh.
In a moment of frustration about how busy my evenings can be, I signed up for HelloFresh.
After trying it for a few months I realized that even though it’s fun and the food is good, we just can’t go through the food fast enough to make it worth the cost.
6. I got a free month of Netflix when I signed up for a trial.
I wanted to catch up on Stranger Things, so I signed up for Netflix, watched it, and then let Trim take care of cancelling it for me.
7. I tried 7 free days of Sling TV during football season.
We signed up for this at the beginning of football season so we could get WatchESPN. We stuck with it longer than seven days — but just for football season.
Bonus #1: I saved 5% by subscribing with Amazon Subscribe & Save vs. buying one time.
I got my 5% off and then saved $19.60 a month by cancelling my Amazon Subscribe & Save subscription for Banana Nut Larabars. My kids love these, but they don’t go through Larabars fast enough to justify ordering them this often.
Bonus #2: I scored over $200 in high-end products for $39.99 with my FabFitFun subscription.
FabFitFun, I LOVE. I couldn’t bring myself to cancel after I tried FabFitFun recently. But because the payment is only once every three months, I had completely forgotten about it until Trim reminded me.
Let Trim find and cancel monthly orders you don’t want. Sign up for Trim now!
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