FREE SAMPLES AND WHERE TO RECEIVE THEM
Receiving freebies and product samples are the best parts of being a customer. Determining when and if you plan to make a purchase can sometimes depend solely on how great the sample was that was provided to you. Large c corporations know that and they want to keep you around. Here, we will discuss a few websites that help the customer locate and redeem free items, samples, and product trials.
One of the most popular “freebie sites” for consumers is www.freestuff.com. Their interface is extremely easy to use and they offer their freebies in exchange for answering a few brief questions, filling out short forms, or sighing up for a free trial. It is highly rated, trustworthy, and offers a nice mix and variety of items. Freebies this week include: a free sample of Frizz Ease shampoo, political bumper stickers, and a prenatal vitamin drink.
Another viable alternative is http://www.gofreebies.com/free-stuff. They offer a bit more unusual samples such as a free ring inspired by the ring given to royal Princess Kate, in honor of her child’s birth. There are also Alphabet Learning Posters available for those with small children, as well as free motorcycle lessons for Veterans. The ladies might quite like the free samples of Ponds face cream and Burt’s Bees products that are available this week. The website is easy to follow, and there are many more samples of products available than what is listed here.
This next sample selection is a bit more specialized. This is a company that specifically samples out beauty products: http://www.beauty.com/sample-center/qxc111144. This is a link directly to their sample center, where one will find the ability to receive up to 3 free samples of high priced items. The options include: Bareminerals Face Serum for cell renewal, Laura Gellar Beauty makeup primer, and Ouidad Moisture Lock leave-in conditioner.
Large and successful companies know that samplings of their products keep their customers happy and keep them