I am the type of buyer who doesn't like to toss her money away on a box of whatever-happens-to-be-on sale-that-week, unless I know (for sure) that I like whatever it is in that box.
It's thanks to my money saving nature, that I have gotten to enjoy all kinds of free goodies. I am the first in line at the sample counter whenever there are free samples to be had. As a matter of fact, I would even go so far as to say that I am a free sample junkie. With my affinity for loving the gift of free swag, I have stumbled on a few websites who love to give free samples, no strings attached. Yes, seriously.
No. 1: InStoresNow.Walmart.com
This is probably one of my favorites, considering the fact that I have a Wal-Mart within walking distance of my house. I log on and get free samples on everything from dog treats to shoe polish, in addition to special coupons and deals on things I buy anyway.
No. 2: PGEverydaySolutions.com
Proctor & Gamble is a household name (at least in my house), and I trust them with my personal information. To get regular free samples of all kinds of things, all I had to do was fill out a quick form, send in my product usage preferences and now I get free samples (and coupons) for things that I am most likely to use.
No. 3: StartSampling.com
This site is particularly cool because when you log on and create your account to get free stuff (they don't sell your information to anyone), you also earn Frequent Tryer Miles, which you can redeem for prizes and goodies later on. Free stuff on top of free stuff is super cool in my book.
No. 4: ThunderFap.com
Freebies, special offers and coupons that are updated every 24 hours puts this site firmly planted in my top five. And out of all five, this one is probably one of the easiest to navigate.
No. 5: Freeflys.com
Whatever you don't find on the other free sample sites will likely be here. They have thousands of offers to look through and sign up for -- and everything on the site is free.
I love free stuff, and chances are, you will love free stuff almost as much as I do once you start getting free gifts in your mailbox every day.
What are you favorite websites for freebies?
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