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    I have a question concerning these kinds of FREEBIES. I think they are not FREE because you have to pay for 2 or more stamps + the envelopes. I agree that they are "just about Free". Shouldn't these go under the "Almost Free " or maybe something new called "Just add a stamp" or "Stamp It".

    I just thought there is no guarentee that the FREEBIE will come (chances are it will because YOU pay the shipping w/stamp). Stamps only keep going up in price, you could be throwing your $ away.

    I thought of this because, I just received a packet of Pumpkin Seeds for next years crop, for this I had to provide 2+1 stamps plus 2 envelopes. Lets say approx. $1 on my part, when I received the sample, I could have bought it at the store for the same price (I guess I was not thinking when I mailed it).

    What do others think about this?
    Hope Everyone Is Enjoying The Day. Best Wishes From MN ~ Pamela

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