Who likes free stuff? Me! Especially when it’s not a scam to get your information – but then they never actually follow through on their “promise.”
I discovered freeflys through my Facebook feed when a friend liked the freeflys page. I looked at it and thought, hmm, why not? I liked the page and thought I was on my way to enjoying products free of charge.
Of course I wasn’t going to get anything without doing a little work for it. You have to sign up for your free account on the freeflys site. Once you have that account you can start getting your samples. This company has brand samples in the categories of beauty, food, children, health, and miscellaneous (pretty much everything else). There are also coupons through this site. Sometimes you’re taken to the brand site, and usually you have to put in more information – like an email or your address, depending on if it’s a code you need or the actual product.
Sometimes you’re not guaranteed the product – you can only enter to win one of a limited amount of the item – and often times it takes weeks for the product to arrive. But hey, it’s free!
So far, my husband and I have enjoyed a free meal at IHOP, and I have the best cuticles thanks to Essie’s cuticle care products.
If you’re willing to give out your email or other information, and if you’re willing to wait, freeflys will deliver brand-name products to your door at no cost to you.
*Update: I’ve read some other reviews and comments by people who thought freeflys was a waste of time, or they got ripped off and had to pay money for certain things. I recommend that you always read the fine print and be careful about the information you give out. If a free giveaway site asks for your credit card information, then it’s going to rip you off. You should never have to enter that type of information for free stuff.
Also, with everything in life, even free stuff takes a little work. Liking a Facebook page will not send hordes of beauty products your way automatically. You may have to sift through a list to find what you want, and you may have to enter information so the company can send you the sample. For me, it is worth the payoff to occasionally look through the list and try out a new product I wouldn’t have otherwise.
Personally, I’ve only ever had success with Freeflys, so I have to wonder if they’ve changed the way the site works since the other reviews were posted.
Let me know what you’ve experienced! Are you having success with freeflys or frustration?
**This review is not endorsed or sponsored by Freeflys.com. It’s my opinion only.