23 Legit (And Simple) Ways To Get Free Stuff Online

There are a lot of sites you may come across that will offer free stuff. It may be hard to tell which ones are legit and which ones are not. Most of us are put off by the ‘catch’ many sites put in place for you to get free stuff. For example, they may ask you to start their free trial, download their app, invite x number of friends, register your account, or more.

Moreover, you may come across sites that offer stuff that you don’t really need, or you already have in plenty—for example, a sticker to your car, pens, or fridge magnets.

There are companies and sites out there that offer legit free stuff. You will find useful stuff on these platforms. For example, you can get gift cards, gas cards, beauty products, and more. We have compiled a list of companies and sites that seek to promote their products and get regular business from potential customers.

1. Swagbucks

Swagbucks is a platform that rewards your account with points for doing various activities. This includes doing online searches, taking surveys, watching videos, shopping, and more. Some of these are activities that you take part in often, if not daily. You need to shop from a retailer that partners with Swagbucks to earn points.

Once you earn enough Swagbucks points, you can redeem them for gift cards in major stores like Walmart, Amazon, Target, and more. You have hundreds of options when it comes to stores that offer gift cards for Swagbuck points.

Alternatively, you can redeem your points for cash rewards. Swagbucks will send the cash to your PayPal account. This platform has an age limit. You have to be 13 years or older to join and earn free stuff.

2. Walmart

The giant retailer also offers free stuff. Walmart has free stuff to give under its Walmart Sample Box Page Program. This program is slightly different from the free site programs. You will start with a free sign up to the program.

Walmart will give you your first sample box immediately. After that, they will send a new sample box every three months. You will only need to pay for the box’s shipping. Walmart charges a flat fee of $5 for shipping the box.

The box contains an assortment of items. You get to decide which product category you want. For example, you can choose the Beauty Box to get different beauty products or the Baby Box for different baby products.

3. Target

Target also offers free stuff and samples. Their program is called the Target Sample Box. It is close but different from the Walmart Sample Box. Target’s Sample is not entirely free, like the Walmarts Sample Box.

However, these samples are available in very good deals. For example, you will get products worth between $25 to $30 for as low as $5 to $15. This program may be almost as equal as Walmart’s Sample Box because they offer free shipping for their products.

Target’s sample boxes usually deal with beauty products. They include makeup, hair care, and skincare products. This can be an advantage or limitation, depending on what you are interested in.

Target offers the beauty box every month, and it usually contains about 5 to 7 products.

4. InboxDollars

InboxDollars is similar to Swagbucks in how it works. They also offer points for participating in various activities. You can earn dollars from watching videos, downloading apps, taking surveys, playing video games, and more. Their surveys usually pay between $0.50 and $5. However, some pay around $10 to $20.

These dollars accumulate as you do more activities and get to redeem them for retail gift cards, Visa gift cards, or ask them to mail a physical check. The minimum amount you can redeem is $30.

You can use these gift cards to get free stuff at various popular stores. It is free to sign up on InboxDollars, and they will credit $5 to your account immediately you sign up.

 

5. FreeFlys

FreeFlys is a popular platform that offers various types of free stuff in five major categories. These categories include Health, Beauty, Children items, Food, and Others more. The ‘Others’ category offers miscellaneous items like flags, sunglasses, and more. They also offer available sweepstake entries and hundreds of coupons for things you shop for daily.

The platform lets you join for free without email sign up. You can also choose to sign up with your email to get notifications of new available deals and coupons. However, one downside of using your email is the influx of spam mail.

FreeFlys lets you request for an unlimited number of items. However, sometimes they have a limited stock of items.

 

6. BzzAgent

BzzAgent leans more to product testing. You get to join their international network of customers who engage in word of mouth campaigns after they test various products and services. In simpler words, they will offer free products that you test and give feedback on your blog or social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and more. BzzAgent offers free membership.

Once you join, you will take a few surveys to help the platform determine your interest and products suitable for you. They will then send over the products they find appropriate for you and your family to try out.

You will fill out another questionnaire after you use the products to provide direct feedback to BzzAgent. They will analyze and forward the feedback to MyPoints. You get to collect points and redeem them for gift cards and free stuff.

7. Just Free Stuff

Just Free Stuff was established in 1997. It offers various types of free products, including clothes, games, eBooks, educational stuff, baby, beauty, pet, and more. Just Free Stuff also offers free CDs from its CD collection. These CDs cover various topics as well and mainly focus on educational stuff, for example, personal finance education.

Moreover, Just Free Stuff offers an online directory with links to find more free stuff like coupons, sweepstake entries, magazines, and more. They arrange their products into various categories to make navigation easier.

One of these categories is labeled ‘Bored?’. Visit the site to explore exciting free stuff in this category.

8. I Love Free Things

Do you love free things? I Love Free Things is another site that offers free stuff and samples. There are hundreds of pages with various items. They have a search engine that will help you navigate the various product categories for both adults and children. Some of the most popular categories include beauty, baby, food, stickers, and clothing.

Someone can also lookup specific products with the help of the search bar. You simply need to type in a keyword like ‘restaurant’ or ‘laundry detergent, and they will display the available products related to your search.

They also use your email to notify you of free products twice a week, once you subscribe to their newsletter. You do not need to worry about a lot of spam mail as with platforms like FreeFlys. Shipping is also free on this platform.

9. Mr. Free Stuff

You will enjoy Mr. Free Stuff right from its beautiful theme. They have lots of free stuff to offer. Among the free stuff are birthday freebies, sweepstakes contests, and lots of grocery coupons. One of the current sweepstake contests is a chance to win a $5,000 home makeover.

Moreover, they have a lot of information on how to do free things and also how to get free stuff near you. The platform includes links to free stuff available. Mr. Free Stuff has a section that covers major metropolitan cities and free activities available within these cities.

This section covers more than 3,000 free things to do in more than 53 cities across the United States.

10. 2000 Freebies

2000 Freebies is a site with a simple design and a lot of free stuff to offer. They update their catalog almost daily. Their main page covers the hot freebies for each month. For example, the current freebies available at the time of this review include free national park entry days, a free cookbook with chicken recipes, and more.

They have a wide range of products to offer from cookbooks to diabetes bracelets. Examples of free categories include software, recipes, coupons (for various categories including baby shopping, restaurants, groceries, and more), perfumes, health products like medicine, and more.

2000 Freebies also offers free sample products and cash rewards. Cash rewards are mainly available in multiple surveys listed on the site. You can also earn through their affiliate program.

11. Freebies4Mom

Freebies4Mom is a site that offers numerous free stuff that is useful to moms. However, they have a wide range of products that could prove very useful to non-moms and even men as well. Examples of products available include baby stuff (like diapers), magazines, food samples, health and beauty products, cleaning supplies, and more.

Freebies4Mom stands out from most sites on this list because of its code section. This section helps users to find and share codes for popular reward programs. You will earn free points for reward programs such as Pampers Points, Swagbucks Codes, and Kellogg's Family Rewards.

A code to a reward program like Kellogg's Family Rewards will award you 25 points. You can redeem the points from various reward programs to get free stuff.

12. FreeSamples.org

FreeSamples.Org is a site that updates its free samples and stuff catalog every 24 hours. In case you lack something, you want, you can come back later to view the updated catalog. Examples of free samples you may come across include pet samples like dog food, food products such as coffee, cleaning products, vitamin supplements, health product samples like bandages, and more.

FreeSamples.org is also a reliable place to look for coupons. You can get coupons for various national chain restaurants, grocery coupons for everyday items, free drinks, and numerous other coupons from various companies and stores.

This platform also offers special freebies, for example, you can scan your purchases and earn free stuff, or special offers sent to your email.

13. Freebies.org

Freebies.org is a platform that has a lot of information on where to find free samples and stuff. They notify you on giveaways for product categories like health products, feminine hygiene, cosmetics, food, pet products, free books & magazines, and more. You can get cool stuff like fragrances and shampoo for men & women, and even ice cream.

Unlike most sites, you do not have to sign up for their email list to access the free samples. However, it is an added advantage as they will offer access to more products and latest deals, especially ones tagged ‘while supplies last.’ Freebies.org also has a blog. This blog covers bigger giveaways and how to get them.

14. Go Freebies

Go Freebies is a platform that offers free stuff and information about free stuff. Information on other freebies around the web is available in the ‘Links’ sections on the left sidebar on the platform. The platform has a simple and easy to navigate design with a menu bar that lets you access various types of products.

You will find categories like baby products, beauty products, food & snacks, recipes, and more. They also have an optional newsletter which you can sign up for using your email. It is better to sign up for this newsletter as you will not only receive early updates on available freebies, but they will also automatically add you to an Amazon gift card drawing.

Go Freebies also has paid surveys if you also wish to earn cash rewards as well.

15. Totally Free Stuff

Totally Free Stuff has been offering free stuff since 1998. It has a simple design, which makes it easy to use and find free items. Their home page displays a list of the latest free items. You can look for something that interests you on this list, or you can use the product categories to navigate your way around.

Totally Free Stuff offers categories such as electronics, pets, food, health & beauty, home & garden, among others. There is also a social platform on the site where you can interact with other users and non-users. You can read what is going on in the forum without having to sign up or log in.

However, you will have to log in to Facebook to start a discussion or leave a comment. Totally Free Stuff also offers occasional sweepstakes and coupons.

16. Hey It's Free

Hey, It's Free began in 2005. It has an attractive and easy to navigate platform that has numerous free product categories and links to more free items. Moreover, the site does not have ads all over the place, like many other platforms that offer free stuff and samples.

There is a blog on the site’s homepage. This blog features detailed information on various products and how to get each item. You can navigate through the products using the blog, the search bar at the top right of the page, or click on the ‘Top Freebies’ tab.

They also offer links to other free items. You can access these links from the right sidebar of the site.

17. Sample a Day

Sample a Day is a platform that offers a new sample every day. The founders wish to offer the site's users legitimate samples and deals. They have a section that notifies you of scams they have uncovered. Part of this section also lists legitimate contests available. There are direct links that take you to companies that are offering free products.

Sample a Day also features exclusive deals, prize giveaways, and promos. You will get to sample various products from food, health care products like toothpaste, magazines, and more.

18. Free Stuff Finder

Free Stuff Finder is a site created by a wife and mother with experience on how and where to find free stuff. Visit the ‘About Us’ page and witness the images of shelves filled with free stuff she collects.

You can easily find free stuff on this site, thanks to the ‘Free Stuff’ tab, which is the very first tab on the list. Users can also browse through specific deals such as back to school deals. The site also has videos on couponing to help you make the best use of their large coupon database.

It also has an ads section that displays the latest deals and promo codes from major stores like Target, Walgreens, and CVS.

19. PINCHme

PINCHme is a site that partners with major brands to offer free samples to users. They give away boxes full of items for two main reasons.

  • To get feedback from potential customers that will help them improve their products.
  • Create product awareness via word of mouth.

The use of word of mouth to create product awareness proves to be more effective than us of traditional ads. This saves companies millions of dollars used in advertisements that fail to generate high product awareness.

You will need to create an account (which is free) and assess the various product categories. Once you claim some, PINCHme will ship them to you for free. After a few weeks of use, they will send a questionnaire to collect feedback for the products.

They put up new products on their site once a month. PINCHme will notify you when the new products will be available before they post them.

 

20. Influenster

Influenster is a platform that mainly focuses on women's products, which includes makeup and other health & beauty products. They will send over a box of free stuff once a month, and it helps if you provide feedback on social media.

The box will have products, exclusive promo codes, and coupons. Influenster has a ‘VoxBox’ feature that has products with a theme for a holiday, season, or any other special period. The products are entirely free, including shipping.

21. Sweet Free Stuff

Sweet Free Stuff offers popular free samples. They have samples of different product categories, including pets, baby products, stickers, magazines, beauty products, and more. SweetFreeStuff partners with various companies to celebrate your birthday with free samples and free meals.

They will notify you which companies contributed your birthday freebies. The platform may not have an attractive design, but they are very helpful when it comes to helping you find free items.

22. National Consumer Panel

The National Consumer Panel (NCP) is a platform that partners with manufacturers and customers to help provide better products. They create a win-win situation for both manufacturers and customers. Customers get to earn redeemable points from giving feedback, and manufacturers get to know where to improve on.

Once you register, NCP will provide a scanner that you will use to scan the barcodes of the various products you buy. They also have an app with a scanner, which makes the process easier.

Every time you go grocery shopping, scan the products you purchase to earn reward points. You can redeem these points for awards like electronics, sporting goods, household appliances, and more.

23. Everyday Mom Sampling Club

Everyday Mom Sampling is a program of Everyday Family organization. Their mission is to get baby resources and supplies to expectant and new mothers. They partner with major organizations such as Enfamil, Pampers, The Honest Co., Gerber, and more.

Once you sign up, they will send a box of samples each month. They also give out coupons and email newsletters that cover stage-based pregnancy and baby topics.

Summary

There is no need to determine which one is the best when you can sign up for as many as you want. It is an added advantage to participate on multiple platforms as you will enjoy different types of products and deals. However, this does not mean that you neglect your needs. For example, if you wish to remain anonymous, you can use a platform that lets you enjoy free stuff without having to sign up. A good example is FreeFlys.

For some platforms, it is an added advantage to sign up on the email list as you will get access to exclusive deals, or personalized deals like the ones Everyday Mom Sampling Club offers. Another factor to consider is whether you have the chance to earn cash on the platform. Sites like 2000 Freebies, Swagbucks, and InboxDollars offer paid surveys.

You may need to have a payment platform like PayPal in case the platform does not mail checks. There are platforms on this list that do not offer entirely free products such as Target and Walmart. However, they offer a very low price or simply charge a shipping fee for their products.

Note: You should avoid platforms that ask you to pay to join.

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