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Oreo is throwing a big free birthday celebration tomorrow.

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Tomorrow, March 6, is the 106th birthday of the Oreo Cookie and to celebrate, the company is giving away a million free Oreo Chocolate Candy Bars.

All you have to do is log on to OreoBirthdayGiveaway.com anytime after midnight and you get a free Oreo bar.

The first million people to hit the site get the deal. You don’t have to download anything, or sign up for a bunch of stuff or give them a credit card. Just hit the site and eat the bar.

No word on free milk to go with it, though.

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