Top Sites for Freebie Hunters


The best thing about being an experienced bargain hunter is that you not only get access to freebies before they hit the market, but you also save real money in the process. While we all love free stuff, looking in the wrong places can see you waste a lot of time trawling through waste. Most freebie websites list the same products, so pick your target carefully. 

Some freebie sites also dupe unsuspecting individuals into spending loads of time and money just to get teeny rewards. Instead of trawling through sites like that, why not take time to sieve through all sites to determine the legit and reliable ones? Some of the best and most reputable freebie sites to look out for include: 

WOW FreeStuff
With over 600 listed freebies, WOW FreeStuff is the go-to website for many freebie hunters. At least six new freebies are added to the site each day, meaning you'll find something new daily. Many of the products and freebies on the site are mostly free samples and these range from toys, shampoo, toiletries, chocolate, eco-friendly items, and even jewelry. The site also offers advice and tips on how to take advantage of freebies without risking your contact information. For instance, they recommend using a secondary email address when signing up for freebies. You can browse through this list of free products through their smarthphone app, and there is also a huge range of birthday freebies.

Gumtree allows members to upload items they no longer need or use but would want to pass them down to someone else. It works a lot like Freecycle in a way. As the saying goes, 'one man's junk is another man's treasure' so you might be wading through lots of items that you consider rubbish. However, you can land pretty decent deals through the rubbles. One thing about Gumtree is that, in order to land a sweet deal, you might need to be flexible and act fast. For example, you may have to pick the items your are interested in yourself. And although a lot of users will offer items for free, some will charge a small fee, particularly if the item is still functional. 

Vintage item collectors find Gumtree a haven, and so did I until recently. Perhaps a story for another time, but I actually got banned from using the site when trying to sell my Mulberry bag (oops!).

Hot UK Deals
This is a one-stop shop for anyone looking for competitions, discount vouchers, and plenty of freebies. The fun part about Hot UK Deals is that you don't have to pay a dime to register or use the site. Hot UK Deals has been in operation for more than 12 years, hence making it a trusted site for freebie hunters.


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