Best Places To Get Free Samples

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Best Places To Get Free Samples

This is just a quick list of some of my favorite places to get samples. I also post samples here all the time, you can see them on the Sample Page. Just remember that very FEW Samples will ever need your credit card information. So if you go to get a sample and it asks for it, be wary and do your research! I’ve been getting samples for years and the only times i’ve ever had to put my CC information in was when it was a “pay shipping” type sample, which aren’t really samples in my opinion!  These are all 100% free samples.


 Websites

** Toluna – Free FULL SIZE Samples Once a Month

** Freeflys – Probably one of my favorites, sends out a round up email with the newest samples. They have EVERYTHING.

** RewardSurvey – Where I get the majority of my free magazines

** RecycleBank – My second favorite place to get free magazines!

Betty Crocker Mailing List – Samples exclusive to Betty Crocker.. Not too many, but when they do they’re awesome

Pillsbury Mailing List – Same as above

Smiley360 – Qualify to test out free full size products!

Vindale Research – Sends out products to you for free, all you have to do is write a little review after you’ve used the product.

Fetch Deals – Free Samples, Coupons, and Deals

WomanFreebies.com – Another really good one, aimed more towards women obviously

Lifescript – Everything from Beauty to household

Current Samples

Best Places To Get Free Samples

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4 thoughts on “Best Places To Get Free Samples

  1. Fetchdeals is total BS…I would seriously like to know what of value you got from them? also-quality health requires my phone number? i think not! Alot of these seem very scammy/spammy…

    1. The key is to just check “No” to all the spammy offers during signup. Then you finally get to the actual Fetch Deals website, it’s completely different. Most of the sites have the same set up. 🙂

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