Freestuff And How To Get It

Free_Stuff3383hgdgdFreestuff is the name of a website that links various providers and manufactures so that many different products can be obtained for free or for a very low price.

Freestuff claims that they “scour the web” to constantly find and make available items that people would normally go to the store and pay retail for at very low prices, or for free.

Many manufacturers of various products do offer free samples or coupons for their wares in order to introduce new products to the marketplace, and all Freestuff does is find the various sources for these types of promotions.

Freestuff categorizes their items that people can obtain into three basic divisions, or tiers:

Tier one items would include high dollar items such as televisions, computers, gift cards worth a lot of money and so forth. Many of these types of offers require participation in some sort of program, or other purchases of lower value than the item is really worth. Even though a purchase may be required in this category, the price is much lower than if the product were to be purchased outright.

The tier two items would include lower value gift cards and other things that would be less in value than the computers and television sets. Free magazine subscriptions and items of lower value make up the majority of these items. They usually require the filling out of a survey or a questionnaire in order to have the free item sent.

The third tier only requires a name and address in order to have the item sent, and other informational materials can be downloaded for free from the internet.

Some of the items that are popular and can be gained for free or for very low prices include cell phones, automotive equipment, beauty supplies, pet food, books, calendars, household cleaning and laundry items, office supplies, weight loss items, baby products, gift cards and coupons.

Specifically you can get things like a free sample bottle of the newest Tide liquid laundry detergent, a free sample bottle of ADVIL, a free subscription to “Boating Magazine,” a free sample of Breathe Right Nasal Strips, a free sample of Purina cat or dog food, and many others.

For babys you can get free samples of Pull Ups Training Pants, a Free Gerber Generation Nutrition Kit, Free Similac Formula Samples, and others.

You can get a free tire rotation from Sears Automotive, a free flat tire repair, a free Diabetic Recipe Book, Free Pork Recipes, a free book on IT security, and others.

The list goes on and on, and it never seems to run out as there are always new items that appear on the list.

Freestuff claims to be the original company in this field, and that there are plenty of imitators who have also entered the field. It is true that Freestuff seems to have unlimited sources in a wide variety of categories.

If you are wondering what you could do with all of this free stuff, why not accumulate a good amount of items, and resell it at a flea market?