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Getting Free Laptops

Updated on June 7, 2013

These days, you need a laptop. The ability to take your work with you, whether you are a student or a working professional, can put you ahead of the game. Did you know that some university programs now require every enrolled student to own a laptop? It is true, and no wonder, considering the amount of information we all have to have at our fingertips these days. Whether for word processing, graphics, or designing presentations, a laptop computer is an indispensable tool.

There’s only one catch to all of this. Even if you go to one of the large discount stores, laptops are still going to be expensive. They are going to set you back at least several hundred dollars for even the smallest of laptops, and they will run into the thousands for some of the most powerful, top of the line models. Wouldn’t it be great, though - almost a dream come true - if you could get a laptop for free? Don’t think such a thing is possible? Well, think again!

How to Get Free Laptops Today!

There are ways to get free laptops. Not just budget, no name brands out there. You can get the big names - Toshiba, Dell, and Apple - and all for free. This may sound like a scam, but it’s not. You could have a free laptop shipped to you within a few days.

Why, you may ask, would someone be giving away such an expensive item as a laptop computer? Well, that’s a good question. The answer is because doing so brings in great advertising revenue. By setting up websites with advertisements and offers for other products, certain companies can actually make a profit by giving away laptop computers!

How Free Laptop Sites Work

What happens with most of the free laptop site is this: you first sign up with the site to determine your eligibility for a free laptop. This is easy and only takes a minute or two. Once you’ve determined your eligibility, all that happens is that you are directed through a few pages of offers sponsored by other companies. You may have to sign up for trial offers of a handful of products or services. In most instances, these products or services are returnable, or you are able to cancel within a certain amount of time, like a month or 60 days. So, you sign up for these other offers, and at the end of doing so, you are sent your free laptop computer!

There are ways to get free laptops available in many websites
There are ways to get free laptops available in many websites

Finding Free Laptops

Finding the websites that offer free laptops is easy. Just do an internet search for free laptop and up will pop a whole bunch of websites. But don’t just rush in and sign up on the very first free laptop site you find. Take a few minutes to review the website, especially the terms of service. Make sure that everything looks okay and that you aren’t being asked to do things you aren’t comfortable with. Because, even though there are a number of great sites that give away free laptops out there, that doesn’t mean someone couldn’t come along and put up a more unscrupulous site. Just make sure the offer is legitimate before you sign on, and make sure you know what will happen when you sign up for the other trial offers.

Free Laptop Brands

Depending on the free laptop site you go to, you will be able to receive free laptops of several different brands. Some of the sites change the brand of computer that they offer depending on availability.

If you are looking for a Macbook Pro, you may want to check out the website called This free laptop site asks you to choose your preferred Macbook color and enter you zip code before you begin your journey through the site’s trial offers. If you are more of a PC person, perhaps you’d like to stop by the website The people on this free laptop site are giving away Sony VAIO computers.

Also available are Toshiba and Dell laptops, and all for free! Don't wait!  Sign up and get your own free laptop.


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      7 years ago

      pls guys i still a student and i need a laptop thanks.

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      carlos sanchez 

      7 years ago

      i need a laptop for school im tired of using somebody else laptops thanks

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      7 years ago

      i need 2 laptops for my teen age childern they need them to complete assignments for high school

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      7 years ago

      I would love a laptop for my kids. My eldest child has just started secondary school and needs to use internet for homework etc.

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      7 years ago

      I need a laptop to help me with my focusing in school

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      8 years ago

      I want laptop because I am a student


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