Spend Less Save More: Finding Freebies online
By spendlesssavemore on March 23, 2013
How to receive free items? Couponing for years now, I figured there has to be a way to save even more free sounds good to me. So I spend some time searching and I found many sources for free samples. At the time I spend about 10 minutes a day requesting samples from sites. It’s quick and easy and free to sign up. And after a month or two you can receive samples an average of about 3-5 times a week. Now who doesn’t like receiving free samples in the mail and they almost always are accompanied by a coupon for that item and others. In just the week alone I have received free toothpaste, free dog treats, free PAM spray, and even an iPad protective screen cover.
Where to find free samples these are just a few of my favorites try them and see what lands in your mail box.
Wal-Mart Samples: Wal-Mart’s website also offers samples of products sold in Wal-Mart stores. Target does as well, these go really fast so check often for to snatch up the ones you want. The great thing about their samples is that they always come with a high value coupon. Wal-Mart usually has 2-3 samples available per month.
Free Stuff Finder: My absolute favorite site is Free Stuff Finder because it is organized, reliable, easy to use, and updated hourly. They screen all of their posts by having real people order the samples so the sources are trusted and less likely to result in someone fishing for your information. The majority of the freebies I’ve received have been through Free Stuff Finder. They also have a wonderful newsletter with a list of all of their top available freebies. The newsletter is a great asset because it makes sure you don’t miss out on any of their great offers. When you sign up for the newsletter, you are automatically entered into a giveaway for gift cards and boxes of samples.
Today’s Free Stuff: The site is easy to use and has reliable links and offers. They are also very helpful; if you have a question, all you have to do is ask. The staff responds quickly and is very knowledgeable.
If you have a free site you love let me know I’ll add it to our resource page. For more tips and savings visit www.where2save.com
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