Everyone loves freebies; there are many websites available that have free offers, samples, and coupons. I must confess I love free samples. The problem I have with them is they are always geared toward mainstream America. It doesn’t help me to receive free samples and coupons for items I would never eat in the first place. What does a person like me who eats only organic products to do about getting her deserved freebies and product coupons?
I made a list of the products I use. I then looked up their company on the internet and found their website. I scanned their website for recipes using their products and see if they are offering free samples or coupons. I sign up for the updates from their website. If they do offer printable coupons ones I can print from my computer, I do that right away. If there is no coupon area, I will ask them directly or leave a comment in their comment section telling them how much I love their product and how I use it. I also leave them my phone number and address. Fast forward a couple of weeks and I receive free samples and discount coupons to purchase more.
This is how I found my new favorite tea flavor from Yogi Tea. Vanilla Spice Perfect Energy has the perfect blend of green tea, vanilla, and Chai spices.
The green tea has the caffeine I need to wake up in the morning without that jittery feeling I get from coffee.
Plus the taste is great whether it’s hot or cold.
Other free samples I’ve gotten from companies I purchase from range from vitamin supplements, vinegar, protein powders, alternative milk samples, protein bars, cleansing products, lotions, and natural sugar alternatives amongst others. These offers are not always advertised on the freebie websites, and I only apply for offers, I know I’ll use because I feel it is a waste to get something that ends up in the trash.
Spending 15 minutes every day ensures that my mailbox will constantly being filled with useable coupons and free samples for items I know I’ll trust because I already use other products from these companies is one way I help my family save money.