I have to say; I REALLY hate it when I find a “freebie” site that makes me fill out page-after-page of surveys just to get a teeny tiny little sample. Don’t you? And you know what? More often than not, those freebie sites don’t even send it to you in the end! Talk about an information harvesting scam!
But, hold up! I’ve got some good news you’ll want to hear…there ARE legitimate ways to get free things, no strings attached. Here they are, so check’em out!
Totally Free Crap
Totally Free Crap (and, NO, you don’t get free “crap” shipped to you!) is by far one site that needs some applause. This place is a treasure of freebie information that helps gets you products samples from lots of different companies.
The great thing about this site setup is that it categorizes freebies very clearly. Find anything from pet food to kids toys, samples to magazine subscriptions, and shampoo to makeup.
Woman Freebies, although it isn’t very well-known yet, has some very loyal followers. They have a wide selection of freebies, ranging from food and health items to beauty samples. The best part is that the site has daily sweepstakes. All you have to do is sign up to enter for a chance to win awesome prizes.
The Freeflys search function lets you easily scroll down to find the freebies you prefer without wasting hours wading through everything.
Not your typical freebie site, Sample-A-Day is a master list of all the best freebies available on the internet, similar to a database. Enter a search item, such as makeup or perfume samples, and the website then links you to that freebie provider.
Free Stuff Times
In my opinion, the best thing about Free Stuff Times is full-size freebies information they provide. For instance, they might post about how to get a free can of Pedigree dog food from Kmart or a free bottle of conditioner from Walmart.
All Free Stuff
All Free Stuff, founded in 2007, is the place to go to find all freebies in the UK.