If you are looking for a good-sized photo of the family to display this holiday season, Walgreens can help you out.  Through Sunday, you can order an 8x10 print online and get it for free.  Enter the code TODAY8X10 and pick it up in store to get it for free.

Looking for some Christmas music to play during Christmas Eve gatherings or at Christmas dinner?  Then Amazon may be able to help.  Right now, you can download an album with 13+ hours of Christmas music for just 99 cents.  I know it's not free, but more than 230 songs for 99 is a good deal.  If you want something a little different, Amazon does have some free songs available.  Every five days, they are releasing a set of Christmas songs for you to download for free.  if you don't like what they have, then head over to People Magazine's website.  They are giving you a free holiday playlist on iTunes.  Songs by Kelly Clarkson and Jewel are just some that are on there.

If your child needs a little help believing in Santa, then why not have the jolly ole' elf send a video for you child.  You can go to the Portable North Pole website and request a quick video visit from St. Nick himself.

If you are looking for a particular Christmas movie this year and can't seem to find, check the San Antonio Public Library.  There is a now a new online service called IndieFlix where you can stream movies for free if you have your library card.

Have you made yourself an elf yet?  The folks at Office Max have brought back the popular elves and, as always, are giving you the chance to star as an elf.  And it's all for free.

As always, you can email us your freebies.  Send them to fridayfreebies@ksat.com.