Before you get out and about during Memorial Day weekend, check out these freebies and deals, ABC NEWS reports.
1. Jamba Juice offers a printable coupon for a "Buy One Get One Free" smoothie or juice through Monday.
2. Free $10 Amazon credit for Android apps and games with select gift card purchases from $20, as noted by the community deals site SlickDeals.com.
3. Hooters will offer 10 free wings to all military, active duty, veterans and their spouses with the purchase of any drink on Memorial Day, May 26.
4. Extra 3 percent off select gift cards through gift card swap site, Raise.com . For example, $100 Starbucks gift card can be purchased on Raise.com for $79 and a $100 Dunkin Donuts gift card can be purchased for $87. Use Slickdeals.com coupon code: SLICK3
5. Through August 8, Visa Signature Cardholders can get "Buy One Get One Free" Fandango movie tickets Fridays.
7. Orbitz -Take 15 percent off hotel stays with promo code GETHAPPY. Book by Sunday June 1 and travel by November 15.
8. Use the coupon code "moremoney" to save $50 when you spend at least $300 by June 1 on Hotels.com .
9. Travelocity.com - For last-minute Memorial Day hotel stays, use promotional code MEMORIAL50 for $50 off $300 or more on a "Travelocity Rate" hotel stay by 11:59 PM PT on Monday, May 26. Travel must start by May 26. Use the code MEMORIAL100 for $100 off $1000 spent on a flight and hotel package.
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