Below you will find a list of freebies and free samples by mail. Remember when you are signing up for them that most companies do take 6-8 weeks to fulfill the orders. We do our best to vet every single sample that we post to make sure they are legit. Most should arrive - but keep in mind that sometimes companies run out, get overwhelmed etc and samples are not guaranteed.
How do I get Free Samples in the Mail?
Easy – just sign up! We look for new freebies and samples online every day of the year – all day long. As we find new ones you will see them listed below. Claim the free samples that you want – and then wait on them to arrive!
Do you send free samples?
No. All of the links below are direct to the companies that are providing the freebies by mail. You will need to request each one that you want to claim. All sample requests are handled by the company that you order them from.
Do I have to pay shipping?
ABSOLUTELY NOT! Free samples are free – always. If you see an offer that is charging for shipping, bring it to our attention so that we can remove it. We do not post offers that require shipping fees or credit cards to sign up
What companies offer Free Stuff by Mail?
Tons! Big companies like to send out free stuff by mail of their new products to market to you. With the hope that once you try the new product, you’ll be more likely to purchase the full size product in the future. Smaller companies also send out Free Samples to get their name out there. In the past we’ve seen Free Samples from companies like Tide, Pampers, Keurig and tons more. A lot of companies have started partnering with companies that send sample boxes in exchange for honest reviews. Sites like Pinch.me, Sampler, and BuzzAgent are great places to get signed up for. Samples can go FAST so make sure you’re following The Freebie Guy’s Facebook page and Instagram to get alerted as soon as a new sample becomes available.
Are Freebies/Free Samples a Scam?
This is a very common question we hear. Is this a scam? The answer to that is mixed. There are always a few bad apples in the mix that are just an attempt to collect information. But, there are plenty that are offering REAL Free Samples and Freebies.
What Can I do to Protect Myself From Scams?
The most important thing you can do to keep this from happening? Follow a page like The Freebie Guy where we do our absolute best to weed out the Freebies and Free Samples that aren’t legitimate. Another way to protect yourself is to create an alternate email account and burner phone number. (we recommend google voice or any other free phone service that gives you a phone number.) And of course, never ever provide your credit card number. A legit free sample will never require more than your name, email, phone and shipping address. Though you will run into a handful that have a small questionnaire as well.
Are Free Samples Really Free?
100% YES! Free Samples and Freebies are always FREE no credit card or shipping fee required. If you find that a freebie has a shipping fee, the fee was likely added after it was posted to the site. Contact us via social media so we can get it removed.
Will I get a Bunch of Spam When Signing up for Free Samples?
This goes back to the first question. Companies that send out free stuff by mail are attempting to market to you. So yes, you will get a lot of emails from the companies that were offering the free samples. We suggest creating a new email account to use when applying for samples or use something like Unrollme to mass unsubscribe from emails and keep your personal email clear.
How Long Till I Start Receiving Free Stuff by Mail?
A general time frame we go by is 6-8 weeks, but some may take up to 10-12 weeks to arrive. It depends on the company. If you signed up for a sample and don’t receive it, it’s okay! It doesn’t mean that the Freebie was a scam. Things get lost and damaged in the mail all the time or the company ran out of samples before they could close down the form.
We hope you found this post helpful! Join our Freebies Facebook Group to get up to date alerts of new free samples and share the Free Samples you get in the mail. Check out the other posts on Current Sweepstakes, How to Penny Shop, How to Spot a Scam Email and Instant Win Games: Beginners Guide.