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Product testing freebie sites
‘Freebies for feedback’ sites give free goodies in return for your views or sometimes you sharing thoughts with friends. Forumites have grabbed everything from meat and mascara to E45 lotion electric toothbrushes. Our Top 10 Product Testing Freebie Sites guide shows how.
Q 4 if you bought it in a shop. Yet the company were more than happy to give hundreds of thousands of them away for free since after a little while they were bound to need new blades, which cost twice as much.
Should I always grab them?
It’s tempting, but you really should first ask yourself ‘will I use it?’. If not, there’s no point signing up; not only would you be keeping the freebie from somebody else (who may really want or need it), it’s also bad for the environment to waste something you’ll never use just because it’s free.
How can I get them before they’re gone again?
Many of the best freebies are shortlived, usually because they are limited to a certain number. This happens as companies like to create a buzz about a product in a short space of time. Giving away high value freebies (past 7 razors and 15 moisturisers come to mind) is a great way to do this.
When people spot freebies they put them on the forum Freebies Board. and then each week in the Money Tips e-mail the five top freebies are listed. To make sure you don’t miss out on these sign up to the weekly Money Tips e-mail .
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