on Jan 13, 2016 @ 09:18 pm|
So one of my friends has been emailing all the companies and complaining about stuff to get free stuff from them. Even gift cards ! I asked her some of the places she did it too and they were a lot of restaurants and some cosmetic places I haven't really heard of .. They just send her little samples . But I've also heard of people getting full size samples from places like bath & body works .
So I was wondering have you done this before ? Who did you contact and what is the kind of stuff you've received ?
|free ice cream on Jan 13, 2016 @ 09:25 pm|
Every year Chapman's gives 1 coupon per household worth $4 CAD that can be used to purchase any Chapmans ice cream products. SIgn up on their website and remember to include a note in their webform requesting the coupon. Don't forget to give them your mailing address as well!
|Free on Jan 13, 2016 @ 10:48 pm|
There are lots on fb save a loonie is one. Sign up with it and you will be informed of coupons, free products and contests.
|, on Jan 15, 2016 @ 12:51 pm|
Save a loonie is awesome
|!! on Jan 16, 2016 @ 06:57 am|
i wonder that too how do they get free stuff like that...
|cant find on Jan 16, 2016 @ 07:02 am|
i couldnt find save a loonie?fb says no such page .. hmm i will retry to search it but so far ... nope
|.. on Jan 16, 2016 @ 07:16 am|
Blubie , save a loony isn't on Facebook , here's the website http://www.savealoonie.com
|lol on Jan 16, 2016 @ 07:34 am|
well no wonder i can not find it .. lol. thank you!!!
|CALL ME THE QUEEN OF FREE on Jan 16, 2016 @ 11:11 am|
I love Freebies, and am mailed vouchers and samples weekly! I'm a free stuff hoarder. It needs to be a show. (Seriously, we have Extreme Couponers - why not Extreme Samplers? Lol!)
Most companies will mail you coupons, rebates, or small samples of you complain or send a negative review to their PR or CC/CR department. However, some of the best samples and vouchers I have received were a result of sending a POSITIVE review or comment! Companies like Triscuit crackers, Dove Beauty, and GreenWorks cleaning supplies have all sent me awesome "rewards" for expressing my loyalty and satisfaction with their brands! Delicio Pizza does the same thing, and a friend of mine once was mailed a years supply of free pizza coupons for emailing about how much she loves their pizza, but struggles to afford them.
Chapman's Ice Cream will send you two coupons for a free tub of ice cream per year JUST for requesting it via email! Many companies have secret offers like this. Most of the time, simply emailing a company and saying "I love your brand, and would like to try ----- product, could you mail a sample to me?", or "I am considering switching to your (let's say skin care product) from my usual. I would love the opportunity to try your product before committing. Could you mail me a sample of ----?" is all it takes.
Also, signing up for e-mail lists from almost any restaurant gets you a free appetizer with dinner: East Side Marios, Boston Pizza, Montanas, Kelsey's, Milestones are just a few I have redeemed this offer with.
And lastly, a great way to get free samples and coupons is by following blogs like FreeStuffCanada or related that post about Sample offers, contests, and coupons. You can find these blogs by Google searching "Free Stuff (Country Name)".
|.. Sorry! on Jan 16, 2016 @ 11:16 am|
And make sure you are signed up to resources such as Save.ca, Checkout51 (app), and EBATES.com, which send coupons, reward purchases, and offer special discounts while shopping. Having free loyalty cards is awesome, too! I get Sephore, Shoppers Drug Mart, President's Choice, and Bath and Body Works products for free, even large sizes, just for being a loyalty card holder!
|Try swagbucks on Jan 18, 2016 @ 10:02 pm|
I have been a member of Swagbucks for a few years and every year I cash out a total of $150 in gift cards (if not more). They have a long list of gift cards you can redeem including Amazon, Banada Republic, the Gap, Starbucks, Toys R Us, and the list goes on. YOu simply use their search engine to earn points - along with watching short videos and completing surveys.