Who doesn’t love going to the mailbox and getting something other than a bill or junk mail?! There are so many free offers out there that it’s possible to get free products in your mailbox almost everyday. Freebies I’ve received include free magazine subscriptions, full and sample size products, tote bags, and greeting cards to name a few. The great thing about freebies is that they often come with high value coupons which matched with sales can often lead to more free products.
If you search the internet for freebies your search will turn up thousands of results but not all of them are legitimate. So where do you start? I’ve compiled a list of my favorite freebie websites and blogs below.
Freebies 4 Mom – Just because it says “Mom” in the title don’t think it’s just for moms! I can’t say enough good things about this blog. It is by far one of my favorites! Heather does a fabulous job of informing her readers on hot freebies, sweeps, coupons, giveaways and more. If you only start following one site, this is the one to follow!
Vocal Point – This is a word of mouth program that is open to women. It is a way for companies to get their products in front of women who will spread the word to their friends. I have been a part of this for over a year now and really enjoy it. You get great free samples in the mail along with high dollar coupons. Sometimes there will even be a coupon for a free full size product. Examples of brands that I have gotten samples of include Kashi, Secret, Venus and Oil of Olay.
Sweet Free Stuff – This is another blog I follow for freebies. I subscribe to their RSS feed by email so once a day I get a summary of all of the freebies being offered and click through to the ones that interest me.
Pssst – This is a word of mouth program by General Mills. The offers are not as frequent in this program as they are with Vocal Point but I have gotten some full size product samples from this and coupons.
Kraft First Taste – This too is a word of mouth program. I have gotten some great samples through this and high dollar coupons. Don’t expect something every week or month but when you do get something it’s usually a very good offer.
These are just a few sites that I’ve used to receive freebies. I would start by following the Freebies 4 Mom blog and signing up for Vocal Point. Those two sites alone will keep your mailman busy!
What freebie blogs or websites have you found?