If free is one of your favorite prices, you’ve come to the right place! We all like to get something for nothing – and, even better if all you have to do is sit and wait for it to arrive at your door. The following is a guide to the sites offering free samples by mail – and how you can get hold of them.

 

Part 1: 6 places to find free samples by mail online

1. Woocharm Blog

Woocharm is primarily a blog site which provides informative and entertaining articles on a wide range of topics including technology, fashion, shopping and more. The site features customer reviews of new products and services and, of course, offers money saving offers to readers. The Woocharm Freebies section is a treasure chest of free gift cards, books and more – all of which can be had without putting it too much effort.

As if that’s not enough, in addition to the blog and the opportunity to bag free gift-cards, Woocharm also offers free samples in exchange for completing a short survey. Simply go to https://mailchi.mp/64669279fbda/woocharmsurvey, spend a couple of minutes filling in your personal details, choose what kind of sample you would like and then wait for an emailed invitation to the survey. Once completed, your free sample will be winging its way to you.

 

2. Smiley360

Smiley360 is an online community with one goal – to provide honest reviews of products and services and to share them with the community. After a quick and simple registration process, users can choose offers from major brands and try them for free – all that’s required in exchange is a honest review to be written and shared with your own networks as well as the Smiley360 community. Members receive the chance to try products first in exchange for feedback as well as receiving exclusive online content from the brands.

 

3. Sample Source

As the name suggests, Sample Source is, in fact, a source of free samples. Only currently available for US and Canada users, the site aims to provide a “Try Before you Buy” service to its members and offers a whole host of free samples including health and beauty care, household products and even drinks and snacks.

 

4. Pinchme

Pinchme is only available to users in the USA and offers users free product samples in exchange for reviews. After registering online, PinchMe customers browse the site for samples which interest them, including cosmetics, food and household items, and select those items. Members will then receive a box every three or four weeks containing the samples that they have requested. They are then required to test those products and provide a review online.

 

5. Bzzagent

Bzzagent is a review site for those who enjoy sharing their opinion with others – and who, of course, enjoy receiving free goodies by mail. After signing up as a member, users can receive products from leading brands to test and review.

 

6. Social nature

Social nature is a free sample site with a focus on helping our environment. Membership is free and simple and, once registered, members can choose from a wide range of vegan and eco-friendly products including cosmetics, snacks and cleaning products to try for free. All that’s required in return is a short review to be shared with the Social Nature community online.

 

Part two: favorite 2 deal websites for free samples by mail

7. Cashbackbase

An internet favorite, Cashbackbase is a cash back site offering up to 100% discount on a wide range of products. From the latest tech to just released cosmetics, users can browse hundreds of cashback deals with discounts from 10% to 100%. After filling in a brief registration form and verifying their identity, users can browse for deals on the Cashbackbase site. Once a deal is chosen, the user then purchases the product from Amazon in the normal way. Once the purchase process is complete, members then submit their order to Cashbackbase in order to have the discount amount refunded to their Cashbackbase account. Refunds can be drawn from users’ accounts either into a bank account or into their Paypal account.

 

8. Retailmenot

Retailmenot is a UK based cashback site offering discounts on a large number of high street brands including Argos, BooHoo, Sports Direct and more. Featuring some of the best money off deals the internet has to offer, the ‘Only at Retailmenot’ section features coupons not found anywhere else online. The free samples section includes items such as free make-up samples from Sephora and a whole list of stores offering free samples with a purchase. Users who join up to Retailmenot (either by email or by Facebook) will receive offers from the site and are able to hook up their Paypal account in order to receive cashback offer refunds quickly and easily.

 

Part Three: 7 Companies who send out free samples by mail

If some of the above sites are a little too ‘pot luck’ for your liking, the following leading companies have a policy of sending free samples to their customers by mail.

 

9. Olay

Veteran cosmetic company, Olay (formerly Oil Of Ulay) is known for its generosity when it comes to free samples.   Available from Olay counters at department stores, the company also sends out samples by mail from its website.  Log onto the Olay site and click onto the Olay Club sign up form.  Enter a few personal details and you’ll automatically be put onto Olay’s mailing list to receive offers, news and free samples of new products.

Recommended reading: 13 Ways to Get Free Makeup Samples Easily

 

10. Kotex

Leading brand of sanitary products, Kotex, are happy to send out sample packs containing 4 sanitary pads and 6 panty liners.  Getting hold of the freebie pack couldn’t be easier; just log onto the site and fill in your details and your sample pack will be winging its way to you in the post.

 

11. Gillette

Shaving product giant, Gillette, regularly offers free samples and discounted products on the Try Gillette page – it’s worth keeping this one on your favourites and checking back regularly for the chance to get your hands on new products such as electric shavers.  You can also subscribe to the Gillette site to receive exclusive offers, news and free samples.

 

12. Proctor & Gamble

Even if you don’t know the name Proctor & Gamble, you’ll know some of its well known products which include Crest Toothpaste, Always sanitary products, Pantene haircare products and Nestle chocolate.  Proctor & Gamble invite people to become Bzz Agents in order to receive free products to review.  Simply log onto the site, sign up with your Facebook account and, once your account is verified, you’ll be notified when products to review are available.  Once you’ve agreed to review a product, P&G will then post it to you to try and keep for free.

 

13. Betty Crocker

If you’re a fan of Betty Crocker goodies, get those fingers tappng onto the Betty Crocker Club Newsletter.  Simply fill in a few details, verify your account and you’ll receive the monthly newsletter which will detail which samples are available and, how to get them.  You’ll also receive money off coupons as well as handy recipes and entertaining tips.

 

14. Allure

Beauty and haircare supplier, Allure, is extremely popular due to the fact that it offers fabulous full sized samples from its Try It scheme.  Simply sign up and input a few details for the chance to receive full sized packs of make-up and hair-care products by mail.

 

15. Yogi Tea

Organic tea and vitamin company, Yogi Tea doesn’t advertise freebies on its website, however, here’s a top tip – if you get in touch via the Yogi Tea Contact Page asking for a sample, they’ll send you a free teabag sample by mail or send you a coupon for a free box of tea to be redeemed at a supermarket.

 

Part four: 5 Companies that give free baby stuff

Most new parents welcome a helping hand when it comes to meeting the cost of baby products.  The following sites are great resources for getting free baby stuff:

 

16. Similac

Pregnancy and baby development experts, Similac, run a Strong Moms club reward scheme for expectant mothers and those with babies and young children.  Using your social media to sign up, you’ll need to fill in some basic details – and a more detailed questionnaire which is optional – in order to open your account.  Once you’re all signed up, Similac promises up to $400 of benefits including coupons and, of course, free Similac samples by post.

 

17. Enfamil

Experts in baby and toddler nutrition, Mums can get hold of a free 10 oz sample of Enfagrow Toddler Next Step in just a couple of clicks.  No review or purchase necessary, just log onto the site, fill in a few details and you’ll receive your free sample within a few weeks.

 

18. The Imagination Library

Founded by legendary singer songwriter, Dolly Parton, The Imagination Library sends out free books for children of all ages, including babies.  Simply register your child on the site, check availability and sign up to have free books delivered to your door.

 

19. SMA

Baby nutrition company, SMA, offers a free baby pack with lots of great baby stuff inside when you sign up to the baby club.  It’s free to join and, members receive regular newsletters with advice, reviews and discount and freebie offers.

 

20. Your Baby Club

Your Baby Club offers new members a baby pack worth $55 filled with invaluable items including diapers, comforters, magazines, money off coupons and baby wipes and lotions.  Fill in the online form and agree to the terms and conditions and you’re on your way to receiving your baby welcome pack to help spread the cost of being a new parent.

Recommended reading: 16 Websites To Help Moms Get Free Baby Sample Online

 

When you know where to look, there are plenty of sites out there just waiting to send you freebies by mail, no matter what kind of products you’re looking for.  Signing up to newsletters and joining clubs is a great way of making sure that you hear about available samples straight away so that you don’t miss out!