If you’ve ever used freebie sites to look for free stuff, you may have applied for so many freebies, but never received any in the post. Don’t be put off because free stuff really is real and we have found real evidence of people who have received some amazing stuff for free.
On the internet there are some websites that look for free stuff online and show them to their visitors. These sites are really popular because who doesn’t want stuff for free? The only catch is, everyone wants stuff for free but companies that give away free stuff only have a limited number of freebies they are able to give away.
As a consequence, a lot of people who apply for free stuff don’t actually get the free samples they have applied for, which in turn makes some people think that it’s all a big con.
We can officially tell you that free samples are real and people do really get stuff for free. On Offeroasis.co.uk, one of the oldest and best free stuff websites on the internet, they not only feature a lot of 100% and genuine free samples but they also apply for them themselves and when they receive them in the post, they create a page on the site to show their subscribers and visitors as proof.
Have a look at the list below of some of the freebies and free samples they have received recently.
Free Corona Beer Cooler
Free Crabbie’s Whisky Glass Arrived
Free Norway Spruce Seeds Arrived
Playboy Perfume Free Sample
Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste Sample Proof
Our femfresh Soothing Wipes Sample Arrived!
Sweet Pea Seeds Freebie Arrived!
Britney Spears Fantasy Perfume Free Sample Proof
That’s just a few of the freebies they and their members have received in recent weeks. The trick is to keep on applying for free stuff as much as possible. Plus, being one of the first to apply helps because sometimes companies that give free stuff away only open the application to the first however many people and then they shut it down. Everyone who applies on a first-come-first-serve basis are guaranteed to receive their freebie.
Some avid freebie hunters manage to get something for free literally every week and some of the stuff they get is quite incredible. Electric toothbrushes, Nike Trainers, Food Hampers, Makeup Bundles and so much more. A serious freebie hunter can accumulate around £3,000 worth of free products in a single year. Not bad for spending 10 mins or so on free stuff sites everyday.