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 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. Woocharm also offers free samples in exchange for completing a short survey. Once completed, your free sample will be winging its way to you.
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.
3. Sample Source.
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.
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 are asked to provide feedback on the products that they do receive.
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. The members are asked to complete a short review that is then shared with the Social Nature network.