Free Dr. Pepper (Courtesy of Axl Rose and Guns N’ Roses)

Back in March 2008, Dr. Pepper said that it’d give a free can of Dr. Pepper to “everyone in America” if Axl Rose’s Chinese Democracy album was released anytime in 2008. The new Guns N’ Roses album — currently available for free streaming at MySpace Music — officially comes out Sunday, November 23, 2008.  This will be the first Guns N’ Roses album since the 1993 covers collection “The Spaghetti Incident”.

That means on Sunday, you can grab your free Dr. Pepper and celebrate. Dr. Pepper says it’ll post coupons for free 20-ounce sodas on its Web site for 24 hours starting at 12:01 a.m. Sunday. The coupons will be good until the end of February 2009.

“We never thought this day would come,” Dr. Pepper execs said in a statement. “But now that it’s here, all we can say is: The Dr Pepper’s on us.”

Free Papa John’s Pizza

Any Facebook user who becomes a “fan” of the official Papa John’s page will receive an online redemption code for a free medium pizza with any online pizza order.

“For our customers who already love Papa John’s, a free pizza is simply our way of saying thank you for their loyalty,” says Jim Ensign, Papa John’s vice president, marketing communications. “And for those people who aren’t as familiar with Papa John’s and our belief that better ingredients make a better pizza, we invite them to see–and taste–the difference with this special offer.”

In addition to offering a free pizza to its new fans, Papa John’s will provide the same offer to the more than 10,000 Facebook users who are already fans of the brand. And while the free medium pizza with any online pizza order can only be redeemed once, Papa John’s Facebook fans should expect to receive regular exclusive offers.

Note: This Facebook offer is available only in the US.

Free ZoneAlarm Pro firewall + anti-spyware + ID protection on Tues, Nov. 18th

CheckPoint Software:

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On Tuesday, Nov. 18, Check Point Software will offer the ZoneAlarm Pro software package for free for 24 hours, in celebration of Check Point’s 15th anniversary, a company spokeswoman said Friday.

ZoneAlarm Pro, which contains a firewall, antispyware, and ID protection service (including credit monitoring) normally costs $39.95. The download location for the free ZoneAlarm Pro package will go live just after midnight on Tuesday morning.

The free offer includes a one year’s subscription. Check Point charges the price of the software ($39.95) for a year’s subscription.

“This is in celebration of Check Point celebrating its 15th anniversary when it created Firewall-1 for the enterprise,” the Check Point representative said.

In honor of the birthday celebration, customers will be able to access additional details at Check Point’s Innovation Store, including a 50-percent deal on the Aerovation Checkpoint Friendly laptop bag.

Note: ZoneAlarm only runs on 32-bit WinXP or Vista, so those with 64-bit operating systems are out of luck on this offer.