Can you really get free stuff on Facebook?…
While you may think Facebook is only for keeping up with friends and family, the reality is that Facebook is a great place to find freebies.
Most businesses and companies use the giant social networking platform to gain fans that they can turn into customers. To do that, they give special deals, coupons, and freebies to people in exchange for a “like”.
Some would compel you to fill out an application form before you get your freebies, but the overwhelming majority would just require you to click “like” on their pages and follow up with some details.
How to Find Freebies on Facebook
The easiest way to get free stuff on Facebook is to use the search function.
I would also recommend you create a separate Facebook account just for that reason if you do not want to clutter your personal account.
On that account, be sure to only enter information you don’t mind these companies see. After all, they don’t just give you freebies because they like you so much! They use your information to later on advertise appropriate stuff to you.
Once you have the account set up, simply use the search box on the upper right of your Facebook page to find companies you want freebies from.
Let’s say you like Beneful. When the search results are shown, simply click on Beneful and go to their page.
There, on the top-center of the page, you will find the “Become a fan” button which you can click on. Then the company will send you updates wherever they have special deals or are giving free samples away.
While you are there, be sure to check the page thoroughly as most of these companies will have a few tabs on their page, like “Freebies”, or say “Special Offers”. This is where you can get your hands on some free stuff.
Some of these companies may let you print out a coupon code right from that page, other times you may have to enter your email address to have the code emailed to you. Either way, you get your free item.
A Few Examples
Do take note that the free stuff I am going to talk about may no longer be available. Chances are these giveaways would be completely gone by the time you read this.
Obviously, there is always a cap on the number that they are willing to give free, and it is anybody’s guess if the stock is clear out inside five minutes or five weeks.
The next time you see something you like is put up for free, train your instinct to click on it straightaway! But you’ll have to sign in first before you can take advantage on the freebies on Facebook.
Skin Plumping Cream – Hado Labo Tokyo Skin Plumping Gel Cream
Click “Like” on their page and fill out the required form.
Notice though by clicking submit does not mean you have ended the entire process. It serves to clear the form only and you will be reminded to do a submit with this text: “Thank you for your submission at the bottom”.
NeilMed Sinus Rinse – NeilMed Sinus Rinse Bottle + 2 packets of their Rinse (no longer available)
Like their page and find the right button to click (don’t worry there is instruction). You will be led onto their website, where you fill out the form (they are flexible enough to allow NA entries for all physician information).
The free products here change monthly, so this is one extra reason to like them. Even if there is no freebie to give away when you are there, do not hesitate to register your “like” on their page.
They are kind enough to post the next freebie on your wall when it is available.
Beneful Dog Food – Beneful Healthy Smile Dog Food Sample
Choose “Get Free Sample” button then wait, before you are asked to fill out the form. Normally delivery takes 4-6 weeks time.
Lipton K-Cups – Lipton Iced Tea K-Cups Sample
You have to Like their page, and click the skip video option (assuming you have no time for it).
Then proceed to click “Get Samples”, wait for the OfferPop app and complete the required form. Normal delivery takes 6-8 weeks time.
Remember, you can get lots of different kinds of freebies on Facebook by simply “liking” or becoming a fan or friend a particular company’s Facebook page.
As far as these commercial organizations are concerned, your willingness to “friend” or “like” them can work in your favor. For example, for choosing to “like” the Kraft Foods Facebook page, you will suddenly end up with a free sample pack of food.