The past few days I got 3 free full sized tubes of Cover Girl Eyelights eye brightening mascara. I love it! It works very well and really made my eyes stand out. My husband even noticed a difference in my eyes. I got one for green eyes, blue eyes and one for hazel eyes too. I've only tried the green one but I was happy with it and will definetely buy it.
I also got three $25 gift cards to Kmart from Harpers Bazar magazine which were very useful.
Too many magazines to list, I have a huge stack of new ones I need to read.
I got a really nice serving spoon from Oneida for free yesterday that I have already put to use, another very useful freebie.
I've finally started getting my new address labels since I moved - I hated to throw away all the old ones I had.
I almost forgot, I got a Henckels pairing knife and a wooden storage box for cutlery - these were awesome freebies - I love J.A. Henckles products.
That's about it that I can remember, hopefully tomorrow will bring another full mail box.
Over the years I've become quit good at saving money every way possible. Lately, I've had to come up with even more ways so I thought I'd write some of them down.
These are just a few ideas. I know that there are a lot more but this is a good list to start with.
I'm an Expert Author now! I had my first article published on ezine.com today. It took a while since a certain person decided to copy the first article I wrote and post it as their own. (I'm glad that you liked it but you could have asked me if you could use it!) That doesn't matter now though because it taught me a lesson about posting BEFORE I submit an article. So then, the article is very informative if you are new to freebie searching. Click the button below and check it out.
Today I received another sample bottle of Gillete body wash and a survey check for $10.00. I also received two free magazines, American Spa and Clairol Color Source which had three coupons in the back.
Yesterday was a much better mail day for me though. I received:
Gillete body wash sample
Crest tootthpaste sample from walmart
Kashi coupon for free box of waffles
Seven Thing to Avoid When Ordering Freebies
14 Things Every Freebie Hunter Should Do
I love to look for freebies online! I first began freebie searching when I was 15 years old and had a boring office job sitting at a computer from 7:00am to 5:00pm. One day I typed "free stuff" into the search box, hit enter, and to my surprise thousands of results came back. I ordered everything from golf balls and free product samples to bug guides! Once the thick padded envelopes and brown boxes started arriving in my mailbox everyday I was hooked. Every day I ordered more and more free samples and freebies. I looked forward to the mailman bringing me my free findings at the end of every day.
I learned quickly that everything I signed up for wouldn't always come and I clicked on many so-called freebies that turned out to be scams. There were many fake offers used to collect email addresses and personal information. I also found that a lot of the free offers were simply to lure me on to a site that required me to complete other costly offers to qualify for the free item. Another issue with freebie hunting that I found repeatedly was offers for free gifts and samples that required me to pay shipping and handling fees. Lucky for me I was too young to have a credit card so I had to learn how to spot the real freebies and avoid the fake ones.
I've continued my freebie, free stuff and free sample hunting for over 13 years! My friends and family are amazed by how much mail I receive every day and the types of things I get for free. I've opened packages to reveal full size beauty and make-up products, cases of new to the market products to try, reusable tote bags, cleaning products, pans, board games, candles, jewelry, journals, pens, flashlight, picture frames and so much more. I receive free gift cards, checks and coupons to use in-store for free products at least once a week. I also get free address labels about every two months and I have an amazing collection of fifty-two different magazine subscriptions that I receive completely free of charge every month! Cosmopolitan, Road and Track, Spin, Radar, Vibe, Better Homes and Gardens, Parents, Family Fun, Allure, Elle and forty-one others.
My freebie hunting has been a very rewarding and money saving hobby for me. I receive huge amounts of product samples which help me to save money on things like razors, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, lotion, body wash and even over the counter medications. Every month I get to try out new products, some of which aren't even in stores yet. Most companies want my feedback on the samples I receive so I can help shape the future of many products.
These are just some of the benefits to freebie, fee stuff and free sample hunting online. As an experienced and dedicated freebie hunter I'm happy to be able to share my advice, opinions and experiences with other free stuff searchers. I hope freebie hunting will be as beneficial and rewarding to you as it has been for me.