Free Stuff FAQ
What can I get free? Is this legit?
When we post a free item on the Free Stuff Blog, we always request the item to make sure we only post freebies that are legit. My office is literally overflowing with boxes of free samples, t-shirts, food, make-up, and coupons. Once a week, we also post the free stuff we've received to Facebook and ask our fans to do the same. We've also done a few blog posts with pictures of our free stuff.
Here's an example of the free stuff we received most recently.
How do I get free samples? I keep commenting on your blog to request free samples. I don't understand how this works.
Each blog post is an offer. You must click on the links (they are underlined) within the post. Once you click on the link, you will be taken to a page with a form. You have to fill the form out with your name, address and other pertinent information. We do not give free samples out.
What is commenting? Why is there a comment form at the bottom of every page?
The comment form is for discussing a particular offer, asking questions, and interacting with the community. You CANNOT REQUEST a free sample by commenting. You must click on the links within the post to get to the offer. Free Mania does not send free stuff. We only list free stuff.
I see the word EXPIRED in some of the titles. What does this mean?
Freebies and coupons expire (links go bad, supplies run out, coupons expire) rather quickly, especially if the offer is good. We note offers that have gone bad with EXPIRED in the title so that you know at a glance what' s currently available. Sometimes offers expire within less than a day, so visit daily to make sure you get in on all the best free offers and coupons.
I've been requesting free stuff for weeks. I still haven't received anything? What gives?
It takes 6-8 weeks for most samples to arrive in the mail. So, if you've been requesting free stuff for a month and still haven't received anything, be patient… packages are coming!
What about free iPods, laptops, and video cameras? Are those scammy or what?
We don't list a bunch of these types of offers, as they are more difficult to get and will usually require trying products, trial subscriptions, etc. You can read our post, Free Nano iPod – Is it a Scam? for more info.
What are some examples of the free stuff & coupons I can get?
Free Cheerios Samples & Coupons
2-for 1 Fandango Movie Tickets
Beauty Samples – L'Oreal, Maybelline, Olay
Free Food at KFC, Taco Bell, Del Taco & More
Entrance to Parks, Disneyland & Museums
Grocery Coupons & Sale Match-ups to Get items FREE
How can I make sure I get free stuff updates as they happen?
Subscribe to Freebie Maniac Weekly Newsletter
Join the Conversation on Facebook
Add our Facebook Application – "Free Stuff Daily"
Follow us on Twitter
Subscribe to our RSS Feed
Add Free Stuff Events RSS Feed
View Free Stuff By the Day Google Calendar & Add Event
What is couponing?
Couponing in it's most basic form is using coupons to save money on the items that you purchase. In our extended definition, couponing entails using coupons found in multiple sources including: the Sunday newspaper, magazines, the Internet (printable coupons), mobile coupons, eCoupons, etc. and combining them sales to get items FREE or super cheap.
Where can I find clipable coupons?
All You Magazine
I know a thing or two about coupons, but I want to learn more. Do you have any resources for me?
How to Get Free Stuff at CVS
Stackable Savings with uPromise
All You Magazine
Sunday Coupon Preview
Target Coupon Generator
I've heard about your weekly Couponing newsletter. How can I sign up?
Go to the coupons page and sign up using the form at the top of the page.