Helpful Tips To Win Free Stuff Online

Posted on: 3rd June 2013

If you know where to look, you can win free stuff online and save money. From the latest cosmetics to new food and product samples, it will really entice you even if you are not a hard core sweeper or a professional comper. With money tight for so many of us these days, freebies are a tempting proposition that can certainly help our bottom line. Sure, every little bit can help, but watch out for some trade-offs when you go hunting around for free stuff online.

Technically speaking, there may not be such a thing as a “totally free lunch”. Free isn’t really free, especially if you end up having to do some work and spend some time to get the stuff you want. So you’re really trading your time and energy for the money you’d otherwise spend for the free stuff online.

Free-StuffAsk yourself: do you really want the extra free stuff that’s being offered? If you think it is worth spending even just a few minutes each day, then here are some helpful tips to increase your chances of winning free stuff online.

First, you have to watch out for scammers. They target consumers on the lookout for good deals and free stuff. It is your right not to be robbed of your private contact details, especially financial information, which can be illegally used against your will or without your knowledge.

But it is also your responsibility get as much information as you can about a website you’d like to use or work with. There are ways to determine the legitimacy of the website as well as the competition it is promoting.

No one wants to waste time and effort dealing with scammers so check out these online resources where you can score great merchandise for free.

  1. Volition.com

Created by Ray Sola, it is an original freebie website that does not only provide the best listing of the best freebies on the web but also of point earning opportunities, survey links and various business enterprises. Check out the “Stuff I Found” forum to get the latest and greatest free offers around. Volition is the most comprehensive freebie and work-at-home website on the Internet today.

  1. MomsView.com

This is a great place to find links to free merchandise, online coupons and printable coupons. If you are crazy about coupons, you’re going to love this site. There are also forums for moms to connect with each other about a variety of family-related topics.

  1. Fatwallet

FatWallet offers cash back for registered users who purchase goods and services through their website. A good thing about this is you don’t have to be a site member just so you can visit the cool forums where you can gather coupon codes and links. 

  1. StartSampling

Be a site member so you can receive email notifications about free samples of new products to try out and review. You can regularly request to receive new samples that are recommended for you to use and try out based on the profile you’ve entered.

  1. BzzAgent

BzzAgent is a word-of-mouth promotional website. When you sign up as a Bzz Agent, you’ll receive free products and coupons. The point is for you to spread the word about new goods and services that you’re able to try out for free. Hence, you’re encouraged to “share the Bzz” with others, or report about the products and items that you sample.

You can earn points at another site called MyPoints once your Bzz (i.e. your opinions and views about what you’ve sampled) at the site gets reviewed and approved for others to see.

  1. FreeCycle

FreeCycle is a grassroots website where you can ‘bring’ items you don’t need anymore. In return, you get to ‘shop around’ for items that other members have also offered. It is quite satisfying to know that you don’t have to spend on disposal costs plus if it would help other people, then better.

  1. JustFreeStuff.com

It is a directory that contains links to other freebie site – from magazines, coupons, contests you join to win something, and so forth.

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