Monday, March 5, 2012

Where To Get Free Stuff & Giftcards Online

I love getting free stuff for minimal effort. Who doesn't, right? And I've been getting said free stuff for many years now, so in order to help my fellow man I thought I would share the wealth and tell you all how to get free things, too.

I know, I'm such a stand up person. No need for applause.

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MyPoints is really simple. The email you sign up with is sent BonusMail emails, which you click on and automatically get five points for. It's slow going, but somedays you might be sent five emails. Or you can go to the site before you know you're going to buy something online at a different site, and you then get a certain number of points for every dollar you spend (each store is different).

After accumulating points, you can get giftcards to almost any store you want (CVS, Amazon, Lowe's, Old Navy, etc.), and it's send to you via snail mail.

BzzAgent requires a bit more time and dedication, but it's a fantastic place that I've been a member of for many years. You start by doing several long surveys, so that they can get to know who you are, what you like, what objects you use, what foods you like, etc. Based on that information they'll send you emails asking if you want to join BzzCampaigns. If you like the campaign and say yes, they'll either send you the products for free, or a coupon to get the product for free.

The whole point is that you buzz about the product, whether it's telling people in person or online. Then you go back to the site and write BzzReports about who you told and what they thought, and BzzReviews about what you thought. Every time you do one of those (or tweet or facebook about it) someone reviews it and gives you MyPoints.

So if you have BzzAgent, you should also have MyPoints. Free stuff. What's not to love?

If you already drink Coca-Cola products (regular, diet, Sprite, Dasani, Fanta, Nestea, etc.), then you might have noticed the 14-digit code on the inside of the cap or printed on the inside of cases. All you have to do is sign up, enter the code, say which Coke product the cap belonged to, and then you have your points.

Single bottles are 3 points, 12-packs are 10 points, so the bigger the pack, the more points you get. With these points you can get free one-year magazine subscriptions, eGift certificates, mp3 players, and Coca-Cola merchandise and products.

Opinion Outpost takes a lot of time because you're doing surveys, which are sent to you by email or you can simply go to the site. Some surveys take a couple of minutes, some take a half-hour, and sometimes you don't qualify, but the points you accumulate equals a certain amount of money. 1 point = $0.10, so 100 points = $10.00. You can get PayPal cash, gift certificates, gift certificates, or make a donation to the Red Cross.

If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch with a microphone and love watching TV then this is the app for you. I only started it several weeks ago when it first came out and have already gotten a ton of points. You rack up points by checking into shows when it's airing on TV. Put the show on, click Check In, it listens to your TV, and you confirm the check in. For every hour of TV you watch, you get 120 points. Certain featured shows (like American Idol, Shameless, SNL, etc.) get you more points.

You can also get points by watching advertisments and playing trivia. Then you can get cool rewards, like eGiftcards to Starbucks, Barnes and Noble, Target, etc., free movie tickets, an iPod Shuffle, and/or Amazon Kindle. Who knew watching TV had such great benefits?

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Do you think you'll be joining any of these sites? Have you heard of any good places to get free stuff?

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~Sara ♥

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