Wednesday, December 9, 2009

FREE Chantille Nicole Fragrance Sample!



Go here to snag a FREE Chantille Nicole fragrance sample! Just put that you want to request a free sample in the message box.

UPDATE: Make sure to add your mailing address too!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hooray ~ got one!!

Anonymous said...

I just submitted a request and then realized... shouldn't I have included mailing information in the request or will they write and request that info?

*~*~*Bargain Blessings*~*~* said...

Anon 9:47 I would try it again and add your address info.

Anonymous said...

It does say to include your address if you are requesting a free sample!

Anonymous said...

Thanks guys! I do so many of these everyday that sometimes I get in a hurry and forget to read the form! I went back and fixed it. Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Got it! Thanks again, I love these freebies!

gourmetsailor said...

Hope we get it. I received the bebe perfume the other day and it's going in my sister's box of victoria secret stuff.

Anonymous said...

The form I just saw said it wanted $2.00 shipping and handling for the FREE sample :|

Anonymous said...

The window that came up for me wanted $2 for shipping also.

Anonymous said...

The window that came up for me wanted $2 for shipping also.

chantille said...

I can't wait to get this sample. Sample is free. There is a $2.00 charge for shipping and handling but hey the website looks great with the music and everything and I am sure that we spend $2.00 on worse stuff. ha ha ha Merry X-mas

MrsNnr said...

Anyone received an email saying it's from Chantille Nicole and asking for $2.00 to ship the sample? I of course didn't respond, I marked it as junk mail and deleted it. Sounds like this freebie may be a scam though, just an fyi... I hope it's not, we all gave them our names and addresses!

Anonymous said...

I received my free sample today and it smells great! THIS IS NOT A SCAM. Charging $2.00 for shipping in handling is fine by me. How many products do you actually receive today that is totally FREE? If you are not paying for the shipping and handling than you are paying full price for the product. Right? It's simple economics people.