Do you love to receive free samples in the mail? If the answer is yes, then you’re really going to love getting free sample boxes in the mail!
These boxes are filled to the brim with free samples, coupons, and even sometimes full-sized products. They all come to you in the mail and trust me, it’s a very happy day when you receive one of these in the mailbox.
These boxes are all completely free for you to get, use, and keep. For some of them, you’ll need to do a little legwork to get them. These can range from tweeting about them to writing a review about one on a popular shopping site. Some of the free sample boxes just require you to fill out a quick form and then sit back and enjoy.
01 – PINCHme:
PINCHme is a free sample program that sends out a box of free samples each month full of customized free samples chosen just for you.
100% FREE – No catch. No credit card required.
These free sample boxes are based on the profile you create so be sure to answer all the questions to increase your chances of getting the most free samples possible.
Companies who donate products to PINCHme hope that you’ll try a free sample of their product and then go out and buy the full-sized one at the store. Sometimes you’ll also find coupons in your PINCHme box to further encourage you.
You also have the option of completing feedback on the free samples that you get and try. Completing this feedback will increase your chances of getting more free samples in the future.
There are occasionally months where no samples are available for me but the majority of months I get a large free sample box sent straight to my mailbox.
You’ll want to show up on the designated time and day to get them before they’re gone.
02 – Influenster:
If you’re a social butterfly, you’re going to love the free stuff program Influenster. The more social you are, the more free sample boxes you get. The more you share about those boxes, the more free sample boxes you’ll get in the future.
I’ve been a member of Influenster for a few years now and every few months I get a box full of free goodies from them. There are free samples in them as well as coupons but the best part is the full-sized freebies that come in just about every box.
The Influenster boxes usually feature a certain product or are a themed “VoxBox” to celebrate a season, holiday, or some other common theme.
You’ll get the boxes of free samples by writing reviews of products you’ve tried. Once you get a box, you can complete certain online tasks. The more online tasks you complete, the greater your chance is to get another box in the future.
03 – Smiley360:
Smiley360 sends out boxes of free samples as well as free full-sized products for what they call “missions”. To complete a mission you’ll need to share on social media about the box you’ve received.
Based on your profile you’ll receive surveys from Smiley360 that may qualify you for a mission. If you accept it, you’ll receive your box full of free stuff that is yours to keep.
You can increase your chances in getting more missions from Smiley360 by completing the missions and answering any surveys available to you.
04 – BzzAgent:
BzzAgent sends out free sample boxes in hopes that you’ll spread the “bzz” about the freebies you’ve received.
You’ll need to check their website regularly and fill out any surveys that are available. If they find you a good match for one of their boxes, they’ll send it out to you.
After you receive your BzzAgent box, you’ll complete several tasks that vary from telling a friend in person about the product to letting everyone know about it on Twitter.
05 – Ripple Street (House Party) and Chatterbox:
Ripple Street (previously called House Party) and Chatterbox are one of my favorite ways to get free sample boxes right now. It’s easy to get them and you don’t have to spend hours of time sharing about them online.
Ripple Street gives out boxes of freebies for you to use to throw a party to promote a certain product, service, or even a T.V. show. Inside can be products and free samples to hand out, decorations, and all kinds of other fun stuff to make your party fun.
Chatterbox sends out boxes of free samples just for you to try with maybe a few free samples or coupons to pass out to a friend. There’s no party required for Chatterbox.
06 – SampleSource:
SampleSource is a free sampling program that sends out free sample boxes about four times a year. They don’t promote when they’re going to be available, so you need to sign up for the program to be notified when you can request them.
The boxes of free samples from SampleSource that I’ve received have had around 6-12 samples in them. They’ve ranged from toothpaste, cereal, tissues, baby wipes, and other small samples.
The best part is that you don’t need to do anything to get these free samples. Just register with SampleSource and request them when they’re available. You can look forward to getting them in the mail in just a few short weeks.
07 Free Baby Box from Walmart
Walmart has a box full of free samples for those of you who have little ones: the Walmart Welcome Box.
The samples you get in the box depends on what they have on hand at the moment. In the past, the free samples have included diaper cream, baby lotion, baby laundry detergent, diaper wipes, bottle cleaners, and baby shampoo.
Walmart also has a Walmart Baby Box that’s free but costs $5.00 for shipping. There are baby boxes available for Pre-Natal, Newborn, and Toddler.
Source: The Balance Every Day