Do I have to register with FreeBirthdayTreats.com to receive free
Not at all! No registration is required to view the Free Birthday
Treats available in your area! However, some offers might require
registering for their e-club or loyalty program. This will be noted in
the "Treat Requirements".
If registration is required, click
on the hyperlink if available. This will open a new browser window to
the company’s website so you can register directly with them. If a
hyperlink is not available, copy the business name and conduct a search
through Google or another search engine.
Why register directly with the company?
The majority of companies that offer Free Birthday Treats will
also e-mail additional cost saving offers throughout the year.
Why should I set up a separate e-mail address when I register for
birthday clubs, e-clubs, rewards and/or VIP programs?
As stated above many companies will e-mail additional offers
throughout the year. Your primary e-mail inbox could get overwhelmed
with all the offers. Setting up a separate e-mail address will help keep
these offers organized and keep your primary e-mail uncluttered. For
example you could set up an e-mail like this: email@example.com.
My birthday is only a few days away. Am I still eligible for some
Free Birthday Treats on my birthday?
Absolutely! Do it now though because it can take any where from 2-4 days
for some offers to come through your e-mail.
your birthday has already passed by for the year, you might take a
moment to see what is available and register now. Most of the companies
offer a discount or freebie when you join their e-club.
How do I submit a Free Birthday Treat or birthday discount?
We love adding new Free Birthday Treats and/or birthday discounts
to our growing database. Please
click here to go to our Submit a Treat page to send us an
I have a teenager. Do they qualify for kid or adult treats?
The majority of kid's birthday clubs tend to end between the ages
of 11-13. They will then most likely qualify for the
Adult FREE Birthday Treat from that company.
Please be sure to check with the company for verification.
The Why, What and How of Offering Free Birthday Treats
It's less expensive to keep your current customers than to bring
in new ones. Keep them happy and loyal and they will be sure to spread
the word to their family and friends driving new customers to your
doorstep at minimal cost.
Generally the birthday person celebrates with a larger group
that spends more. Entice that birthday person to your establishment by
offering a freebie or discount that is of value to the consumer.
Grow your consumer base and track demographics through an email
Feedback from our visitors has shown that they are looking for
more than just an email that says "Happy Birthday!" While this is a nice
gesture, it doesn't compel them to take action. Here is a great article
that might give you some ideas:
"Happy Birthday: Rewards for a Special Day"
There are several e-mail marketing companies that provide this
service. Once we have had a chance to review them, we'll post more
Businesses that can benefit by offering a free
- Adventure Tours
- Auto Dealerships
- Bath & Beauty Stores
- Book Stores
- Bowling Alleys
- Car Washes
- Climbing Gyms
- Clothing Stores
- Coffee/Tea Houses
- Comedy Clubs
- Comic Book Stores
- Cruise Lines
- Dry Cleaners
- Educational Stores
- Fun & Thrill Parks
- Gelato/Ice Cream Stores
- Golf Courses
- Golf Stores
- Ice Skating Rinks
- Movie/Video Game Rental Stores
- Night Clubs
- Pet Boutiques
- Pet Stores
- Plant Nurseries
- Roller Skating Rinks
- Scrapbooking Stores
- Tanning Salons
- Theme Parks
- Toy Stores
- Train Tours
- Video Game Venues
- Water Parks
- Wine Stores
We strive to provide accurate and updated information by verifying
birthday freebies and discounts offers on a regular basis,
however they are subject to change at any time without
notification to FreeBirthdayTreats.com.
If by chance, we have overlooked a no longer valid treat, please send us an
we will remove
Free Birthday Treats.com provides offers compiled from other companies.
We have no control over the terms of promotional offers and are not
responsible should a company not honor their offer.