Who wouldn’t like to get free samples of products! Free is good, as they say!
There are lots of ways to get free things. You can sometimes get samples directly from stores. For example, Walmart gives out free samples all the time.
If you like getting paid for surveys, and are going to join only one site, I would recommend you choose Ipsos-iSay. Ipsos is the most fun and well-paying panel. Give it a try to see how you like it. It is free anyway!
There are also some sites that you can get freebies in exchange for participating in their surveys. You can also get stuff via product testing programs.
And then there are those freebies sites where you can get free samples of hundreds of different products without any strings attached.
Here are some of the top sites where you can get free product samples:
This is a fantastic freebies site that offers lots of free beauty products. They also have daily coupons and deals.
This is a must join site for the ladies looking for beauty product samples.
You can find free samples of almost any product on this site. It provides daily links to real free samples, coupons, & gifts and prizes from many big and small brands.
Swaggable may not be a big shot in the commercial space yet, but they are “big” in the freebies market, with a fantastic choice of products that are both useful and fun to give away. It is arguably the friendliest site you can find free stuff.
Get yourself registered and go around the site. The moment you come across interesting stuff, tell them you love to try it. Rest assured that you would be notified through emails when some samples are made available for trial.
Try Swagbucks, the famous rewards program that pays you for watching videos, taking surveys, shopping and more.
They seem serious enough to garner serious feedback on their products. Moreover, they would not hesitate to offer you great discount if your trial lead to a purchase of any of their products.
I like Bzzagent for its professional and comprehensive approach on organizing free stuff.
First off, you need to get registered, and then you will have to take part in some surveys (the idea is to find out more about you so they know what test products to potentially send your way).
I have no reason to think that they have abused any privacy right as my interactions with them only lead to just products trials, often on time and well packed.
It also doesn’t hurt that they have an impressive array of products. Same as Swaggable, there are various campaigns organized from time to time, but obviously they are in a bigger league compared to those run by Swaggable.
My personal trials have covered hand lotions, air fresheners, candy, interior house paint, hair care products, and even allergy medications so far!
The nice thing is that you don’t get shrink-wrap sample with pathetic potion, they are all FULL SIZE and FREE!!!
This company is really on the ball compare to Swaggable. You are required to login regularly and go on to do ever more surveys, so as to keep your agent score high. The more you publish your product reviews on Facebook and Twitter, the likelier you get to be invited to more campaigns.
5. House Party
House Party is unique in the way it approaches products testing. Now you have to get registered and say you want to get involved in “House Parties”.
If they pick you to run a party, you would be sent party packs, made up of items that you would invite people to come over your home to try out. The products represented here can be quite diverse also!
The parties to be organized here follow different themes. Among them, books, food and beverage, household products, and skin care items, just to mention some.
They are also generous in how much they send out! When I received my first party packs, I really thought there was some screw up at the organizing side! But I later appreciate their effort to truly engage the audience, through a variety of means like decorations, photos, videos, blogging, and site interaction, in order to extract meaningful feedback, and opinions.
Here the updates are usually prompt, just on those odd occasions you notice there is some slack on the part of administrator (maybe in the tune of one or two days late).
I don’t really have any bone to pick with the site, as the excellent offers available here more than compensate whatever slack perceived.
They make some serious effort to make the choice of free samples easy.
Over here, members are to first define their locations through a drop down box, and viola, the free samples are presented to them. You will never know how helpful is this feature if you have never resided outside the USA!
If there is any shortcoming, the free offers are embedded with just links, short of fuller description, unlike the two websites mentioned above that furnish more information on individual links.
Getting free samples isn’t as hard as you may think. You just have to know where to look and what to avoid.
I am sure there are many other If there is any other site that you get free samples of products from, not listed here, please leave a comment below and I’ll add it to this list.