The best things in life are free

What would you do?

But you can give them to my wife not me.

I want mo-aaahhhhh-ney, that’s what I want, I want moo-aahhh-ney, that’s what I want…

Money or Privacy?

If I didn’t date myself too much with that little lyrical reference, maybe you can help me settle a debate I’m having with my wife about the value of “free”.

For example, she recently found a way to get a $75 Gift Card for Tim Horton’s.

I told her, “You know you’re going to get a bunch of ads now right?” and of course she said, “I get ads anyway, now I get $75 of Tim Horton’s coffee to go with them.

Who wouldn’t want that?”

What about you? Would you trade your information for a gift card?
I’m curious, leave me a comment below and let me know.

Better yet, here’s where she got her $75 Tim Hortons Gift Card, just for signing up.

Go grab yourself some free coffee (and donuts I bet, it’s not like you have to just use it for coffee) and you can thank her for the hookup.

Either way, let me know what you do in the comments below, enquiring minds want to know. (Oh god, more dated dad jokes, sorry about that.)

What do you think?

Written by Riel Roussopoulos


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