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Lotus logoLotus Biscoff 'try me free' offerLook for special packs - 250g, 7x3 or 12x2 packs

While stocks last

If you can find a special pack, you can buy Lotus Biscoff biscuits for £1.09 - £1.49 - look for packs with the 'try me free' branding - and get your money back until Sat 30 Sep, while stock lasts.

Packets with the special branding to look out for: Lotus Biscoff Pocket 12 x 2 packs (£1.09), Lotus Biscoff 250g packs (£1.25) and Lotus Biscoff Chocolate 7 x 3 packs (£1.49).

To claim your money back, fill out a form with your details online, including a photo of your receipt and unique number from the 'try me free' sticker, at Lotus biscuits before the end date. You'll receive your refund in the post in the form of a cheque. See full T&Cs.

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Rice Dream logoRice Dream dairy-free milk 'try me free' offerLook for special 1L chilled cartons

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If you're trying vegan in January for Veganuary, are dairy-free or just want to try a non-dairy milk, you can buy Rice Dream chilled 1L from Tesco* for £1.50 or Waitrose* for £1.20 - look for packs with the 'try me free' branding - and get your money back if you don't like it until Thu 30 Mar.

There are 120,000 packs available and the offer started on 1 Nov 2016, so they're subject to availability while stocks last. To claim your money back if you didn't like it, fill out a form with your details online at Rice Dream, print it out and send it to the address on the page before the end date. You'll receive your refund in the post in the form of a cheque. See full T&Cs.

MSE Rhiannon says:

For many on a strict budget, trying new products comes with the risk that you won't like them so try me free offers like this are a great way to see if you like something new. If you like it, great! You might've found a new favourite, if you don't, don't worry - you can claim your money back.

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