Everyone loves deals, and what better deal than completely free stuff? Free samples, free food and entertainment are available for those who know how to find them in the right places. Stop paying unnecessarily for things you can get for free! Start searching in the right places and spend less.
Get free samples.
Subscribe to mailing lists to receive free promotions
If you want to get free samples of new products from your favorite companies and stores, the best way to not miss them is to sign up for mailing lists. It’s hard to keep up with all the products available without valuable help: that’s why online newsletters are needed to keep up to date with the new offers that companies offer to try to win over new customers.
You can usually get a coupon or a free code to get a free sample of the new product. You may have to waste some time, but in the end you will get free stuff.
Do online surveys.
Start-ups and other online businesses are increasingly recognizing the value of consumer data and are willing to pay for prizes and cash. A great way to get stuff for free is to participate in internet surveys that will take some time, engage your brain, and eventually give you something, usually a gift card or some company device.
Keep an eye out for coupons.
Looking for weekly 2×1 deals at supermarkets, grocery stores, and others is a great way to hide something. Put the coupons together and store them in separate envelopes, indicating the expiration date, so you can use them as much as possible. It is a common method to introduce new products to customers. Catch them!
Make a claim.
Even if you have to hone your acting skills, one of the oldest ways to get free stuff is to complain to the people in charge. For the most part, rather than trying to reason with grumpy customers or offering refunds, it’s in the interests of many retailers to simply offer free merchandise and hope the problems go away. If you want to complain to perfect strangers, you have a very good chance of getting something for free.
- If you are in a store, ask to speak to the manager and make up an excuse about how unacceptable and perhaps dangerous the product is. “I don’t like it” or “I don’t like it” are not good reasons. When it comes to food, it’s always best to excuse the bug or the hair on the plate. He dreads the possibility of calling the health inspector. You will get so many gift coupons that you will need another wallet.
- If you buy a product and when you get home you are really dissatisfied, call the company’s customer service or directly at the store and ask to speak to the manager. Explain the problem and most of the time they will offer a refund without you asking.