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Want Free Stuff? Give BzzAgent a Try!

Updated on January 19, 2009

 I am always on the prowl for free things, however I cannot stand having to fill out my name and address a million times just for a free sample. I don't have one of those nifty auto filler tools that so many have, so whenever I want to request a free sample online, I'm stuck filling in my name, my address, and my shoe size.

I do plenty of online surveys for free money, but lately I am lucky to get so much as 2 surveys sent to me in a month, and usually the pay is $1.00 for a half hour of my time...and that is if I actually qualify for that dollar. Usually I don't.

I found a site called BzzAgent about 2 years ago, and so far I'm relatively happy with some of the free things I have gotten from them, so it's why I'm recommending it.

In my time there I have only gotten 2 freebie items. One item was a flame-less candle from Glade, and another was a Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote.

The site does not ask for much in return either. They simply ask that you tell other people about the product that they have sent you. You then come back onto the site, and report any feedback you have gotten on the item.

For filling out a report, BzzAgent will reward you with MyPoints, which can be used for gift cards, or e-certificates. Normally each report you write out will grant you 50 MyPoint points, which isn't half bad. You're getting a free item, and free points for little effort.

I have gotten many invites to other Bzz campaigns, but sometimes they ask me to pay a discounted price, so I never take up those campaigns. Other times Bzz will ask you to tell other people about a website. You pay noting, and get MyPoints for telling others about the site, so its all good in my book.

The thing though that sucks about BzzAgent is the lack of campaigns. In my time (like I said), I've only been invited to 2 product campaigns. The universal remote however retailed at $249.99 at the store, so it was a pretty expensive item to have received for free.

Even though the campaigns are stretched far and wide, there are times when you will recieve an invite for a very hgih end expensive electronic, so it's worth it in the long run, even if it does take you a year to get something worth wild.

Other freebie items I know of included bags and bags of free cereal, granola bars, candy, clothes, fabric cleaner, video consoles, candles, electronics and more.

It's one of the many sites I recommend when it comes to getting freebies on the Internet.

Since joining I have aquired over 5,000 MyPoints, which I plan on cashing out for a $50 Macy's gift card soon.

If you've never heard of it, definitely give it a shot. You really have nothing to lose.


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