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How to get free stuff practically every day

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When money is tight, it pays to know where to get free stuff. Here’s a list of sites and places to get your free stuff from coffee to boxers to WiFi to toys!


MyWaitrose loyalty card members will be glad to know that the grocery chain’s free daily coffee is now back. The free monthly magazine, which has great recipes and articles continues to be free to card members. However, their once-free newspaper offer is no longer available.

While Waitrose has a reputation for higher price points, the grocery chain is offering more Essential Waitrose products, which are lower in price. The website’s Essential product range section even has a weekly meal planner with recipes.

Whether you shop frequently or Waitrose or have to pop into one for convenience it’s good to know that you can get great deals and even free stuff when you become a myWaitrose card member (for free).

Free hot drink with any purchase

Now with premium coffee, fresh from the Nero Roasting Company

Waitrose Magazines

Freebie sites

Many of you may have heard of coupon or freebie sites, but have you ever checked them out? Many require you to subscribe/sign-up so they can email you offers throughout the week. Here are a few to consider:

LatestFreeStuff.co.uk has created the largest database of freebie offers in the UK. There are over 900 genuine freebie offers listed on their website. They add 10 new freebies every day.

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Another freebie site is, Magic Freebies

Get full-size products + samples from brands like these:

  • PG Tips
  • L'Oréal
  • Nutella
  • Benefit Cosmetics
  • Rimmel London

Attention Tesco shoppers

If you shop often at Tesco, then it might be worth checking out which vouchers they have on offer alongside other sites. Check out the link below for more information.

Free Tesco Vouchers – Thousands Available | Free Stuff

Wowfreesamples.com is a survey site that gathers consumer opinions in return for free samples of a variety of products, including razors, designer perfumes and colognes. The Freelance Informer tested this site out and within minutes of completing two surveys, the cold calls started, despite marking in the surveys we were not interested in certain sponsored products or services (from new property developments to windows). We will update this section if and when we ever get that free product sample.

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Want to get access to free food and never let anything go to waste?

Check out food sharing app Olio.

How to get free stuff as an Amazon product reviewer

If you are already using Amazon, then it may not hurt to spend a few more minutes looking for a product you are interested in and see f it has little to no customer reviews. The video above shows step-by-step how to request to become a product reviewer with the product seller and usually as an agreement with the seller you get to keep the product following a review.

Government and other “freebies”

While nothing from the government is really free if you are a taxpayer, there is support for those who need it most or who have fallen on hard financial times. Here are a few links that can provide more information on freebies and discounts on transport, food, energy, healthcare and prescriptions, TV licenses, and even a savings plan with free cash op-ups.

Free WiFi and electricity to power your laptop has been a nice bonus for years in many cafes, but don’t forget your local public library, for free WiFi, books and magazines, too / Photo by NOHK via Pexels

Free WiFi: Book internet access in your library – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Free Will offer form | Disability charity Scope UK OR Free Will Service | Cancer Research UK

What to do if you can’t pay your bills – MoneyMagpie

Benefits and entitlements for pensioners and the elderly | Age UK

Free stuff: 47 freebies in the UK – Save the Student

Get help with the cost of living – Citizens Advice

Get help with savings if you’re on a low income (Help to Save): How it works – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

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