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How to get Free Items or Samples of Real Products?

Updated on March 1, 2013
These are freebies I've received
These are freebies I've received | Source


Requesting these products through the mail will generally take up to 4-6 weeks to receive if not sooner. I look forward to checking my mail to see what kind of new surprises are awaiting for me. On another note, it also keeps the postal service busy. When I open my free products, I can't wait to try them or keep them around " just in case" moment.

Free Name Products I Received.
Free Name Products I Received. | Source


These pictures I posted are actual samples I received in the mail. I have received numerous others that are not on here. My favorite free product was of the Keurig Tumbler for my ice coffee or teas. Overall the best part of the researching and requesting samples was to try name brands I don't usually purchase first to see if I would even like it. The glorious feeling is knowing it was actually "Free" at my disposable. Who says you can't get nothing for nothing? My photos are proof that you can.


Below are some references I use.

  • Target
  • Walmart
  • Kmart
  • Green Mountain Coffee via Facebook

The company's listed above, I went to their website and search for samples. If they have some offers you may request them. You will have to periodically check their sites for new ones. You may also go onto a company's facebook page and like to see if they offer any. But, once again it takes searching and rewards are actually free products.

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The Hopper ~Free Product Received
The Hopper ~Free Product Received | Source
Free K-packs for my Keurig Machine
Free K-packs for my Keurig Machine | Source

My Tip 2 You

Finding free items/samples, takes trial and error. There are websites out there that wont give you a sample unless you subscribe to their site or fake freebies. The ones that are truly real are trying to promote their new and latest products and will send a sample in hopes that you will purchase after use. I prefer those offers as long as there is no attachments at the initial request. I use my social media (i e) face book and twitter. Pick a certain product that you would truly be interested in trying and search their sites for any samples and from there.

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    • NicoleMessenger profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Illinois

      At Katelin~ I mentioned websites in my article. Those are just a few to start. Good luck!

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      5 years ago

      Where do I sign up to get the free samples at? I see so many products I like but I don't know where to register at... Please someone help me!!!

    • NicoleMessenger profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Illinois

      thank you for your warm welcome! happy hubbing. 【ツ】

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      5 years ago

      Yep, I love the free stuff! Welcome to Hubpages!

    • NicoleMessenger profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Illinois

      @ paxwill , thank you for your lovely comment. I contacted the companies on their websites and did a search for samples . what samples were shown , then I requested them:)

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      5 years ago

      You really made it work for you! So how did you contact the companies to request free samples?

    • NicoleMessenger profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Illinois

      thank you for the nice welcome, I will be using the official Learning Center...I appreciate the warm welcome.

    • Georgie Lowery profile image

      GH Price 

      5 years ago from North Florida

      Free stuff is awesome! I could use some of those K-Cups myself!

      I wanted to take a minute to welcome you to HubPages. I've been here about ten months and I think it's an amazing place. If you'd like to learn how to hone your skills and make the site work for you, try the official Learning Center which can be found at this link: I hope you have as much fun here as I do!


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