Free items

United States
February 19, 2008 11:05am CST
Does anyone out there know of any sites that are giving away free items right now? I love freebies and it is always nice to learn of new items. I mainly look for health and beauty items, kids stuff, food items, etc. I figure that most of us would be interested in this and so that is why I felt that I should post this discussion.
1 person likes this
8 responses
@sedel1027 (17855)
• United States
19 Feb 08
Here are two sites: http://walmart.triaddigital.com/Free-Samples.aspx?fromPageCatId=11 http://startsampling.com/
1 person likes this
• United States
19 Feb 08
I hadn't been to the second link you listed but ended up ordering some really great freebies from there. Thanks for sharing!
1 person likes this
• United States
20 Feb 08
I have both of those sites marked. I will make sure to check them daily. Thanks.
• United States
22 Feb 08
www.kroger.com has free samples too. Like walmart they have them under in store now I think. They dont usualy have as many but it is still worth going to and checking out every now and then. Free is free right.
1 person likes this
• United States
23 Feb 08
That is funny! I work for Kroger and never knew that the website had samples on it. Thanks for the information and I will check it out. I am going to that site in a few minutes anyway.
• United States
19 Feb 08
I am a total frebie addict too. Feel free to stop by my blog, I am turning it into a freebie, free money, frugal tips etc blog. Thanks,
1 person likes this
• United States
20 Feb 08
Thanks and I will check out your site. I like freebies too!!
@gabesmom (1246)
• United States
19 Feb 08
I agree with the previous posters about Walmart and Craiglist. They are great sites to get free stuff. I also check Freecycle, which is a Yahoo group. Walmart ships the samples for free and you don't get any spam with the offer. With your local Craigslist and Freecycle groups, you have to arrange for pick up. I have picked up some nice furniture, CDs, books, kitchen stuff and other smaller items. It's a good way to recycle and keep things from going to landfills.
1 person likes this
• United States
20 Feb 08
Thanks for the advice. I am on the local freecycle group too. I like it but never get much from there.
@maddysmommy (16236)
• United States
19 Feb 08
Craigslist is one I check from time to time. I have never asked for anything but I do look at the free listings. What kind of kids stuff are you looking for?
• United States
20 Feb 08
Thanks, I haven't ever looked there. I am always looking for art supplies, books, etc.
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
24 Feb 08
I have a blog that has some on it. In my profile under Coffee Break Whatever Freebies - and there is a offer called Coupon Surfer - free to join and you can get lots of coupons there.
• United States
28 Mar 08
I will check out your blog and see what I find there. Thanks for the coupon surfer site and I will try it too. I love freebies!!
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
28 Mar 08
Great. I use their coupons all the time. I am also on a freebie person. Also the Box Top 4 Education ones I have on Scrapbook for Box Tops blog (link in my profile) YOu get coupons from the manufactures and print them out right there on your printer. You buy the product, collect the box tops squares and send them to me and my grand daughter and we redeem them for free scrapbook supplies. Her school collects the box tops as a fund raiser. You get free coupons, to save on your grocery bill, and then free scrapbook supplies, help a fund raise and make a child really happy!
@ruby222 (4848)
29 Mar 08
Im not sure where you are ..but im in the UK...i use Hot deals ..for freebies ,grocery vouchers...i find them good!!
@kaylee29 (17)
• Canada
29 Mar 08
I'm not sure if you are in Canada or the USA, but there is a website called salbasource dot com. They offer a samples for Canadians which is 3 days of Salba. Apparently it is the richest all natural whole food source of Omega-3 fatty acids and fibre found in nature. I got it and have it on my cereal. I noticed it working by the second day, so I picked up a bag (roughly 2 months supply) for about $23.