Freebie Info - NOT a Stupid Scam! Read and see Proof

You CAN get legitimate freebies! This is NOT a joke and NEITHER is it a scam! It HAS been proven several times by major news networks, magazines, and online sites - even CNN, BBC, NBC, Fox 4 News, and more. Look below to read how freebie sites work, see the proof, and learn how you can get your Free PS3, Free XBox 360, Free Wii, Free iPhone, Free iPod Touch, and a whole lot more...without being scammed!

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What are freebie sites about?

You have probably heard about the popular quote that says "there is no such thing as a free lunch" or you might have seen those many ads on the internet that says "click here to get a free iPod"... and probably believed that it was a scam. Well, you SHOULD NOT! There is a new kind of freebie system that DOES give away free gifts, and this site was created to show you just that!

Check out this video compilation of news sources that reported this whole freebie ordeal is VERY REAL!!! Sites such as NBC Boston, G4 TechTV, are all included...

Read on to more details of how exactly it all works! If you follow the info provided on my network of sites carefully, you WILL get whatever FREEBIE you want... GUARANTEED!!!
*** *** BRIEF OVERVIEW *** ***
3 Easy Steps - as outlined in the 'Hot Freebies' section to your right

Freebie sites can afford to give expensive items like a Free PS3, a Free Wii, or a Free XBox 360 Premium because advertisers, LOADED with cash, pay them to do so! You're NEVER asked to pay for your gift...ever! However, in order for freebie sites to get something small in return, all they ask of you is to try the advertiser out for a bit. For example, there are tons of people who tried out Video Professor or Blockbuster (totally legit/popular companies) by signing up for their services. A lot of freebie participants have stayed with these big-name companies after their trial period and continue to love their services, while others have chosen to just quit. Either path you choose, you are allowed and you will get credit for signing up. After all, advertisers pay freebie companies, who in turn reward you, to encourage you to join, and hope you stay on!

MANY offers range from $3-7 for the trial period. These "pocket change" costs usually cover shipping and processing fees. However, there are also many totally...TOTALLY free offers too! On every freebie site these costs and the crediting time is mentioned so you can choose whatever you like (from lists up to 40-100 offers). As outlined on the "Hot Freebies" link to the right, this is step 2. Step 1 is signing up for the site.

In the last step, the member then gets a couple of friends/referrals to do the same process and they get credit when they do a simple "offer" (i.e. spend like 5-10 minutes signing up to an advertiser). This is NOT a pyramid scheme, and thus, your referrals DO NOT need to get their own referrals. For every person that tries an advertiser out, the advertisers pay freebie companies around $50-60... put it this money together and the freebie site buys your gift FOR you! Tax and shipping included.

Of course, at first glance anyone will think this is a scam or an illegitimate pyramid scheme. As a matter of truth, that's what I did, and that's what everyone else assumes BEFORE they understand how this system works and why it still exists - it's perfectly legal and a pretty darn easy system to benefit off! This is a new form of marketing called "incentive affiliate viral marketing" - where companies reward you for trying them out and letting your friends know about it. Think of the gift you receive as "cashback" or a rebate, if you like, from the advertiser TO you, thanking you for your time.

Another way to think of it:

If you never knew about this site and wanted to join Blockbuster, you will go to their website, and sign up using your credit card. That's it! You WOULD NOT be rewarded for doing so.

However, now that you know about freebie sites, you will understand that advertiser's pay a lot of commissions to other companies (the freebie sites) to link to their site. These companies then give you a gift, as thanks, for joining their advetisers (like Blockbuster). You don't have to be full time members, but even free trial periods count. This way you get something back, instead of getting nothing back (like the first case).

The way it works:

You -> Signup to a -> Freebie Site -> Links to -> Advertisers -> Pay affiliate commissions ($$$) to -> Freebie Site -> Uses the money to send gifts to -> You

For more details and proof, please read the following sections.

Lastly, if you have any questions or comments speak to me LIVE on the right. If I'm not online, leave a comment below with your email and I'll get back to you promptly.

*** *** FULL EXPLANATION *** ***
Just 1 of the thousands of proof pictures (look below)Is this a scam?

Never was, and it will never be!

If you look through all the proof shown below, on individual sites in the "hot freebies" section, and on the thousands of websites around the net, you will see the sites mentioned on this blog is 100% legit! I can give you such a guarantee, that I would even bet my life on it! Really! There is a really good logic to all this that makes it a win-win-win situation for everybody (yes, 3-way win: you, the freebie company, and the sponsor/advertiser). Read on...

Even BBC UK mentioned an article about this! Click here for a bigger pictureHow can they give a free stuff? C'mon, what's the catch?

No catch! Seriously. Wait, don't run away, keep reading...

The way this works has been all well planned, and because of this one of these freebie companies, the original starter of this freebie world (called Gratis Internet aka. FreePay), has given away, at least, over 17,000 ipods (worth more than $5.35 Million). Read PDA Live! article about this.

That was WAY BACK in July 2005! At the time I'm writing this, it's now Jan 2006. With the release of the iPod Nano, then the iPod Video, they've now must've given over 30,000 totally free iPods, and growing strong everyday as they release new sites every couple of months when the latest gadgets comes out). This original freebie company has now given away, until today, over $16 million worth of freebies (Jan 2006). That's ONE company alone! Now, there are MANY MANY more freebie companies that spawned up since the success of this company's business! They're not all legit, but the sites I mentioned on my network of freebie sites are DEFINITELY legit, cause they're proven to be so. I've done tons of research on these sites, and I GUARANTEE that you WILL get your freebie -whatever you want - if you DON'T scam the site!

If you go to the freebie company's website proof gallery (link in proof section below) you'll see hundreds of the pictures that were sent in. However, as you can see by the article - tens of thousands have got their totally FREE GIFT! Not only from this freebie company but the many other ones that exist on the net. Look at the links to your right for more available legit freebie sites (all of which work the same) and read on...

You see... the way it works is this... companies are willing to BRIBE their customers to TRY their products. If people signup for their products/services, some percentage of them would most definitely like the service/product and stay on. When a certain percentage of new customers stay on, the sponsors would have achieved their goal of PAYING for people to signup. This money is then pooled together in order for you to get YOUR freebie! Simple, isn't it?

This is a new strategy called "incentive viral marketing" - companies that pay people to try them out and let others know about them too! Cool, isn't it?

If you want to learn more, please talk to me LIVE (if I'm in the online status) above. Otherwise, please LEAVE A COMMENT!

FreePay Proof!What's the logic behind this?

Here's a simple example of how these things work...

We'll take the common freebie everyone wants these days: a free iPod - nano or video!

1. You signup using the link at the bottom.
2. Get 5 friends/co-workers/relatives to signup (6 people in all)
2. Each of you'll do a simple, cheap offer - most are for under $10. I did a 30-day trial that ONLY cost me $1. Many free offers are also available - something as simple as signing up for eBay and placing a bid!
3. Each offer that you and your referrals do the advertiser/sponsor pays the freebie company a bounty between $30-90. That's right - it is THAT much! They REALLY, REALLY want you!

Let's say the average bounty/commission paid to the freebie company is $60:

6 ppl x $60 avg. per offer = $360 - the cost of an iPod PLUS extra profit for the freebie company

So, you see, it all works out for everyone! You get a Free Video iPod or a Free iPod Nano, the freebie company can make some profit on every signup it gets, and the advertiser can get potential customers. Everybody's happy (win-win-win situation)! But, I'm sure you will be most happy cause you got your gift for free, and can get many many more! :)

This sounds like an illegal pyramid scheme? Is it?Illegal pyramid scheme

Oh, no - definitely NOT! As much as people would like to believe it upon first impressions when they see these kinds of freebie sites ("no such thing as a free lunch", right?), these sites are DEFINITELY NOT an illegal pyramid scheme! (or else it would be so well known, it would shut down right away!). This is in fact a widely adopted, legitimate form of marketing called 'affiliate marketing'. It has been used for over a decade and makes up a large portion of the billion dollar online marketing industry. This concept has now been re-factored to what people now call "incentive viral marketing" - companies that pay people to try them out and let others know about them too!

In a fraudulent pyramid scheme (like the picture above), people are recruited to make payments to others above them in a hierarchy while expecting to receive payments from people recruited below them. Freebie sites NEVER get any money directly from you or those you refer...nor do you receive any money from those you refer or whoever referred you...EVER! Freebie sites get their money from the sponsor who pays them HUGE commissions for attracting new POTENTIAL customers...people like you! That's exactly why it ISN'T illegal!

Secondly, in the case of these freebie sites, all you have to do is get X people (where X depends on the value of the freebie - for eg, an iPod needs 5, PSP - 5, XBox 360 - 8, etc.) to sign up under you, do an "offer" (eg. signing up on eBay), and get credit for it... period! Your referrals DO NOT have to find their own referrals in order for YOU to get your freebie! They ONLY find referrals if they want a freebie of their own. This is a 1-tier system - not like a multi-tier illegal pyramid scheme.

If you want to learn more, please talk to me LIVE (if I'm in the online status) by clicking the "support button" located at the top-right position on this page. Otherwise, POST A COMMENT!

FreePay Proof!How do the companies make profit giving away freebies?

Great question! How CAN a company make profit while giving away free stuff? Well, there are many ways.. or else, they won't be currently in business! I don't know all their secrets, but here are some proven theories:

1. The company buy iPods (or other freebie products) in bulk for a very, VERY cheap cost. The wholesale costs are much lower than market costs, so they save tons of money in this way.

2. Every day THOUSANDS signup and HUNDREDS do an offer. This gives them an ongoing profit margin till someone "checks out" and gets their Free Video iPod or their Free iPod Nano.

For eg. 250 people do an offer x $60 average commission
= $15,000 profit for the company!!!

Till someone "cashes out" a near $300 iPod - the company has this money, and gets more and more everyday due to the continuous attraction of new members!

3. Many people try to scam the company and they get caught eventually! When they get caught, their account is put on hold indefinitely... meaning they will NEVER get the Free Video iPod or their Free iPod Nano! The extra money made by this person for doing his/her offer or getting referrals is an extra bonus for the company. (I'm sure you won't try to scam them ;))

4. Some people find it hard to get referrals so they find it hard to finish the site. However, I'm sure you know at least 5 ppl who are willing to try this out! (you know at least 5 people (professors/relatives/friends), right?) There's nothing to loose - just a Free Video iPod or Free iPod Nano to gain! If they're skeptical, point them to this site and let them see all the proof and explanation we have to show. We're also sure that anyone will be convinced after they see the information we have to provide.

5. Some people join the freebie site without using a referral link. When this happens the freebie company is VERY glad that when the new person does do an offer, they do not have to give credit to their referrer (making them one step closer in getting their freebie), and thus, they make more money for themselves. This usually happens to people who are new to this whole freebie world, but if you like the information and opportunity I've given you to get wonderful, expensive, freebies, please help me out and signup under me using the provided links to the freebie sites I pointed out too. I would DEFINITELY appreciate and welcome it... :)

Lastly, other than this, most freebie companies are smart and they do have a well planned business system. If you signup to any of the sites on the right, you can be rest assured they're TOTALLY LEGIT as there is LOTS of proof to show for it. If you can't find any, let me know (talk to me LIVE by clicking the support button on the top-right position, or post a comment), and I'll show you everything you need to address your questions and concerns!

Gratis Internet rating on INC 500 - the 18th fastest growing company!I want to see some cold, hard proof...

Check out the links to articles, videos, and pictures on the bottom of this site, and on our "hot freebies" dedicated product pages! We got pictures, videos, and even articles from popular sites. Lots of it - thousands to be more precise! You cannot imagine how real all this is - pinch yourself - your DEFINITELY NOT dreaming!

Who can participate?

- Most sites are only available to folks from the United States. However, due to the great opportunity for sites to make money worldwide, more and more sites now also allow people from Canada, the UK, Germany, and Australia. As this freebie world continuously expands, freebie companies are now branching out to other countries like France, Hong Kong, and more! Just checkout the sites (look to your right) and see their terms and conditions to which countries they allow. On some cases, if you contact the admin on "smaller" sites or if they have a "custom freebie" option, they will allow you to join if you just want cash (Paypal)!

- You must be 18+ on most sites, but on some sites the age is set as low as 13 years. Just check the freebie site's Terms of Service (TOS) to learn what the minimum age is set at or ask the site's admin. DO NOT fraud your age at any cost!

Some basic rules to follow.
You MUST strictly abide by this or your account WILL be placed on hold...

- ONLY ONE person per household, per shipping address, per unique individual, per computer, per ISP/IP. This pertains to EACH freebie site. You can always join more than 1 freebie site. (look at the links to the right or below for more "proven legit" freebie sites)
- DO NOT use public networks (dorm rooms, library, etc.) to signup, login, and/or participate
- DO NOT enter any fake information - on the advertiser site and the freebie company's site.
- DO NOT use proxies to fake registrations. They know if you use a proxy because they have all the proxy lists and good fraud protection software!
- DO NOT do an "offer" (ie. signup at the same sponsor) more than once! Meaning, if you did offer "ABC" on site "", you cannot do the same "ABC" offer on site "".


DO NOT SCAM - any traces or knowledge of a scam in progress or has been done, and "poof", you are banned! No way to say sorry. One and only chance, so DO IT RIGHT the first time!

That's it! Easy enough to follow ... Just remember, don't try to scam, and you'll get your Free Video iPod or a Free iPod Nano, or whatever other freebie ... guaranteed!

If you want to learn more, please talk to me LIVE (if I'm in the online status) above. Otherwise, please LEAVE A COMMENT!

How to get referrals?

It isn't too hard to find 5 people (more or less depending on the value of the freebie). Many even find more than 5, cause this deal is just that good to pass off!

Who can you get? They could be ANYONE (outside of your household) !!! You could get your friends, co-workers, relatives, (ex-)boyfriend/girlfriend, teacher/professor, etc. Surely, you know of at least 5 people who would want a Free Video iPod or a Free iPod Nano!

If they're skeptical, point them to this site, and trust me - any "open-minded" person WILL believe it when they see all the proof we got to show them!

Ok, I'm interested. What exactly do I have to do?

Great! Glad to see you wanna start getting freebies! Who wouldn't, right? There is nothing better in the world than getting great expensive stuff for free and proving to all the skeptics out there that you can actually get expensive free stuff! Make your friends jealous, and they'll want in - all the better for you to get your freebies faster as they can be your referrals! ;)

Lastly, if you need a freebie item and need to know which site you can find it on, please post a comment (or talk to me LIVE via the support link on top) and I will let you know. Remember, ALL freebie sites are NOT legit, but the ones mentioned on my sites are most DEFINITELY LEGIT! I've researched a LOT, and have LOTS of proof about them. If you disagree, post a comment, and I'll show you all the proof!

* Note: I mentioned how you can get a Free iPod Video or a Free iPod Nano throughout this guide, but you can get several other freebies! Look at the links to your right, or post a comment if you want something for free and want to know which freebie site can give you that. I'll point you towards a proven legit site, so that you DO NOT get scammed. DO NOT trust other sources for what they have to say! I've personally received thousands of dollars of freebies (I can show my proof pictures to you if you like), and I'm trying to HELP YOU do the same... or perhaps even better?
If you want to learn more, please talk to me LIVE (if I'm in the online status) above. Otherwise, please LEAVE A COMMENT!

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At Sunday, December 03, 2006 11:25:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi people
I do not know what to give for Christmas of the to friends, advise something ....

At Sunday, December 03, 2006 11:27:00 AM, Blogger Free PS3/Wii said...

Giving an iPod or a Wii is most fun :)

At Monday, December 04, 2006 7:15:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello. Good day
Who listens to what music?
I Love songs Justin Timberlake and Paris Hilton

At Thursday, June 21, 2007 6:42:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm stuck at says that is not availibile for my country....

At Thursday, June 21, 2007 10:33:00 AM, Blogger free ps3 / free wii said...

Anonymous, make sure the site you signup for accepts residents from your country. On most sites it's US/Canada only, and some accept worldwide. You'll find this mentioned in their TOS (Terms of Service) - the link is sually at the bottom of the page.

At Saturday, June 23, 2007 6:53:00 PM, Anonymous yemson said...

i really need a free ipod nano like an help for this will like to follow the rules to get a free ipod

At Saturday, June 23, 2007 8:42:00 PM, Blogger free ps3 / free wii said...

yemson: Click the following link and do what it says, rules and everything:

free ipod nano

At Thursday, August 30, 2007 5:22:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do i HAVE to have a paypal account in order to get the freebie at custom order this?

At Thursday, August 30, 2007 5:35:00 PM, Blogger free ps3 / free iphone said...

Anonymous, if you want a freebie like a free ps3 or a free wii, you don't need a paypal account. However, if you want money you need a paypal account.

At Monday, October 01, 2007 9:59:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

can i get a ds

At Monday, October 01, 2007 11:38:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Anonymous, sure you can! Please visit any freebie site that we mentioned on the site and they'll probably have the item.

If they don't you can request the admin of the site to get you one, and they will (to know which sites allow requests, it will says "custom order" as a gift selection choice).

At Monday, October 29, 2007 1:44:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So if I live in a dorm,I can't participate/refer friends from my building/campus.

At Monday, October 29, 2007 1:53:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Anonymous, unfortunately not as it breaks the rule of "One person per household/IP". Dorms usually are in the same IP range (meaning, you and your friends will have the same IP, or close to each others) so it will be flagged.

You could try talking to some of the admins on the smaller freebie sites I mentioned, like Custom Order This, and they may allow it on a case for case basis. Good luck if they accept your case! :)

At Saturday, November 10, 2007 8:53:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

which is the better and faster method? refferal or point?
what are the pros and cons of both?

At Saturday, November 10, 2007 10:18:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, if you have the choice, it depends on you.

If you prefer to do not refer anyone and really only want a couple of freebies, then the points method is for you. The only con I see is that since the points account asks you to do a couple offers yourself (the amount depends on how costly your gift is) you can run out of offers to do (until new ones come along). I've noticed that people who choose the points method really only want to convince themselves that this stuff is real and get a couple of freebies.

If you prefer only doing one offer (occasionally 2, depending on the site) and getting help from buddies, then the referral route is the way to go. By going this route you can get a lot of gifts, and I really stress the word "a lot" ;)

To be frank, both are as fast as you would like to pace yourself. After you finish the requirements (steps 1 and 2 for points, and steps 1-3 for referrals) it takes about 1.5 weeks to verify your account and ship whatever free gift you chose.

At Wednesday, December 19, 2007 11:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used Aol to sign up and do my offer. Am I going to have problems? I have other referrals with aol emails also.

At Wednesday, December 19, 2007 11:57:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, many sites consider AOL to be a proxy because it recycles IP addresses very frequently. So, what this means is that it could look like you signed up on a shared computer network.

Which freebie site did you sign up for? I would suggest you nicely tell the admin of that site that you used AOL to register and see what they say. Since you're telling them nicely, they may allow you to continue. However, it's best to know now then find out later. Good luck!

p.s. Tell the freebie site you came from this site. It may help as they know me very well ;)

At Friday, January 04, 2008 3:14:00 PM, Anonymous Drockin said...

So, what is required for a referral to count? Does the person I referred have to complete any offers, or does he just have to sign up at the freebie site?

At Friday, January 04, 2008 4:07:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Drockin, for a referral to count they need to:

1. Sign up to the site using your referral link
2. Complete and get credit for some easy offer

That's it! For most people, this process is completed in under 15 minutes. The referrals DO NOT need to get their own referrals though (unless they want a free gift of their own).

At Monday, January 07, 2008 12:52:00 AM, Anonymous da_dude said...

does it matter if i use the same username on 2 different computers?

do u have any more ideas of good offers at flashipods4free because i need more points and i am running out of offers

At Monday, January 07, 2008 1:16:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

da_dude, creating 2 different accounts is not allowed.

I'm not sure which other offers (other than the ones mentioned in step 2 on the free ipod touch site) are great. Try looking into what interest you best and do it. Most of the offers are quite simple actually. Under 5 minutes of work.

At Wednesday, February 06, 2008 12:31:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do i know this site is legit? how do i know your aren't just working for these companies and trying to get us to register and give these sites our peronal information.

At Wednesday, February 06, 2008 12:36:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, you'll know these sites are legit when:

- you read this site, and the other sites in this network and learn how they work
- you check out the proof pictures to the right
- you try out the site and see for yourself when you get your gift

I do not work for these companies. I, just like the tens of thousands of other members, mention this stuff to people to encourage you to signup and take part in this great easy offer. Once you sign up to the site, only they know your details so they can verify you're a REAL person and to also know where to SEND YOUR GIFT! Just like you, they don't want to get scammed when they're giving away so many free gifts.

At Friday, February 29, 2008 1:32:00 AM, Blogger mike said...

hey, my only question is can my referrals do the same offer i did...for example if i did offer A...can 10 of my friends do offer A as well? When I say this i don't mean that the offer will be paid for by me but under 10 of my friends names/addresses, but if they wanted the same offer and did it through the right ways through their own computers and payment...If this is the case I'm in!!

At Friday, February 29, 2008 1:42:00 AM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

mike, yes, that is fine technically. My only concern though is that having yourself and other 10 people to the exact same offer looks highly suspicious and kinda looks like a walk through (which is against the freebie site's TOS). I would advise against it. Perhaps check out a couple of offers, maybe something that your friend's will like and have them do those.

For example, a couple of your friend's will like the Blockbuster movies offer, some might like the Stamps, others might like the "make money on eBay" offers. Vary the choices - just don't do all the same. Good luck!

At Thursday, March 20, 2008 9:46:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do i know the amount of credit points that i need for any given item

At Thursday, March 20, 2008 12:33:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT Freebies Dude! said...

Anonymous, it will say so on the site you sign up to. For the majority of sites, it is just 1 credit.

If they use a "level" system, you need to earn at least 50 points. If you do any offers in level A, it is automatically worth 50+ pts. If you do level B offers, you will need to do about 2.

Remember, the difference between 1 credit and 50pts is the SAME. Each freebie site uses different accreditation systems.

At Saturday, August 23, 2008 12:08:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do you really get something for free. Like a iphone?

At Saturday, August 23, 2008 2:40:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, of course! That is what this site is trying to tell you that advertisers pay freebie sites to send your gifts.

At Friday, October 24, 2008 4:21:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I beileve the sites r real, but i have questions:

1a) why you can't put a PO box address?
1b) Is there an alternate address i can use?

2) Why are there so many people saying this is a scam.

3a) How long does it take at most for shippment without backorder?
3b) once u recieved the gift, what happens to ur refferal-linked URL?

At Friday, October 24, 2008 6:33:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, I'm glad to answer your questions!

1a) PO boxes are not allowed because freebie sites wants to ensure the gift you deserve reaches you. This is because when it's shipped to regular addresses, big items like a free ps3 needs someone there to sign for it.

1b) You cannot use an address where you do not reside in. If you cannot participate at freebie sites (in case someone else in your house signed up for it .... 1 per household), ask someone to do the site instead, help them, and you can take the gift ;)

2) Just as there are tens of thousands who believe this stuff and got their gifts, there are plenty who call this a scam. Why? My guess is:

They're tooooooo lazy to read how freebie sites work


Tried freebie sites but got caught when they tried to scam the freebie sites and b/c of this they say its bad.

If people just read and understand why it's a win/win/win situation for all parties involved (ie. you, freebie sites, advertisers) and don't break the simple rules, they'll better understand why getting free stuff works out soooo well.

3a) It takes 2-4 business days to process and ship orders. Freebie sites buy the gift usually from Amazon, but also from Bestbuy, Futureshop (for Canadians) and directly from .... whichever comes the fastest at that time. At this time, I don't believe any products are back-ordered.

3b) Depending on the site, you can continue to get more referrals to get more free stuff from the site.

If a site doesn't allow you to "repeat" your old referral url will still work as usual but you WON'T be able to benefit of it anymore (1 gift per freebie site).

I would strongly suggest signing up for individual freebie sites. There are many great ones I mentioned across this network of freebie blogs. The first sites listed in step 1 work really, really well.

At Wednesday, February 11, 2009 4:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello do you have to refer friends to get my ipod touch if not how many offers do you have to accept to get ure ipod touch

At Saturday, February 14, 2009 1:58:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, you can do it it 2 ways:

1. Referrals - After you sign up to the site and do your 1 offer, you need to get about 5 people. If you want a more expensive gift, you'll need more people. To get an accurate amount, divide the cost of the gift in a shop like Amazon by $50. Each referral is worth $50. So, if an ipod costs $250, you need $250/$50 = 5 referrals.

2. Points - You sign up to the site, do your 1 offer, then do like 5-6 more additional offers, but don't get any referrals.

Although many people prefer the first way (so they can keep getting more and more freebies without doing an offer more than once), the other way is very common as well.

At Tuesday, July 14, 2009 9:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's say I sign-up for a free X-box 360, can I sign-up for all the other Trainn free sites like for I-pods or the Wii? If not, give some LEGITIMATE sites were I can not get scammed, thanks.

At Tuesday, July 14, 2009 9:42:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous: yes, you can sign up for as many sites as you want as long as it I only 1 account per site/domain. Trainn sites are the easiest and best ones, so you should definitely participate in thir network.

At Tuesday, July 14, 2009 9:50:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for responding so quickly, btw can you descirbe the points system? How many offers do you have to complete and are they totally free?

At Tuesday, July 14, 2009 10:27:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

The points system differs from the referral system because you do not need to get any referrals. You just need to do enough offers yourself in order to get the gift. The nber of offers depends on what you want. When you sign up you will see all the offers, how much they are worth, and how close you are towards reaching your goal.

As for the offers, some are free trials and some cost a couple of bucks (about $5-10 or so). It is still MUCH better than paying over $400 for a ps3 or over a $1000 for an iPhone that doesn't come with a contract.

At Wednesday, July 15, 2009 1:13:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you are you using the points system, how do you pay for the item if it costs? I thought you didn't need a Paypal account unless you get the cash instead of the item.

At Wednesday, July 15, 2009 11:09:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, most of the offers require credit cards. There may also be about 2-3 offers still around that don't require a card. These companies are pretty big, like Blockbuster, Video Professor, Netflix, etc. so everything will be secure.

At Thursday, July 16, 2009 4:14:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I have a few questions:

1.Can you get two of the same prize if you don't sign up on the same website?

2.What are some other legitimate Freebie sites other than the great Trainn?

3.In a points system, about how many percent of offers are free?

At Thursday, July 16, 2009 11:07:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...


1. On a Trainn site it works this way:

- Get as many gifts as you want using the points method
- Get only 1 gift using the referral method.

Most people do the site the referral way, get their gift, then move on to another site. Some people do it the points way, get a gift, then move on to another site. Very very few do the site the referral way, get their gift, switch their account to the points method, then get multiple gifts.

Freebie sites are designed to only get one gift per site, then move on to another site. Some sites allow you to get multiple gifts on the same site, but they are not as easy as Trainn sites.

2. As I just said, NO ONE compares to the "great trainn", that is why they are #1 for soooo many years. If you like to get multiple gifts, I would suggest signing up to theri sites first, then seek other sites once you get the hang of how freebie sites work.

3. I haven't done the points system, so I don't know what percent is free. Offers tend to change a lot, especially these days, so your best bet is to complete as many offers that interest you right away and then wait for new ones when they come out.

At Friday, July 17, 2009 6:51:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I complete one offer while trying to get an X-box 360, can I complete that same offer while trying to get an I-pod from Trainn?

At Friday, July 17, 2009 7:08:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, you CANNOT repeat the same offer multiple times, even on a different site or network. Once you do an offer, that's it!

At Friday, July 17, 2009 8:32:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are their any NONE credit card offers that are worth a full 50 points?

At Saturday, July 18, 2009 2:06:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is a legitimate site for freebies or is it a scam?

At Saturday, July 18, 2009 10:22:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous #1, there isn't a non-credit card offer that is worth a full offer credit (at least from what I saw). In level B, there might still be some non-credit card offers, but you got to do about 2-3 of these for it to total 50 points. The reason for this is because credit card advertisers are loaded with cash and can afford to pay freebie sites big commissions. Non-credit card advertisers pay very little. In case you're wondering, that is how the "offer weight" is determined.

Anonymous #2, yes, that site is also legit. It's not as easy as the first link in step 1, but legit nonetheless.

At Friday, July 31, 2009 2:55:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

About how many offers would I have to complete in the points system to get a free X-Box 360?

At Friday, July 31, 2009 11:01:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, the number of offers depends on your prize selection. The more costly the gift, the more offers needs completing. To figure out the exact number, just see how many points are required for your gift, then total up the points for each offer you like to do in order to get a free xbox 360.

At Saturday, August 01, 2009 8:08:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once you complete an offer, say a free site where you get cell phone ringtones, how can you unregister from the site? Or will they never contact me?

At Saturday, August 01, 2009 10:47:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, whenever you do an offer read the site's terms of service. The link is usually at the bottom of the registeration page. It will tell you exactly what is involved, including where to reach them if you choose to contact them.

At Saturday, August 01, 2009 11:44:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once you register for any offer, do you need to contact the company or is there another way to do it?

At Sunday, August 02, 2009 12:47:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, once you complete the requirements of an offer you do not have to contact them, unless they specifically ask you to do that. Offers are different, but I haven't seen any offer that asks you to contact them. People only contact them if they need to contact customer support (like a question about the site, unregistered themselves, or get help in some other matter). Sometimes it is an email or a quick phone call. The support teams are extremely nice based on personal experience and from what I read.

At Wednesday, August 05, 2009 4:02:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is is true that it could cost up to $50 dollars to get a PS3 using the points method??

At Wednesday, August 05, 2009 10:09:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, that can be true. Some offers are free and some cost like $5. It's still a very small price to pay for something as expensive as a $400 ps3. If you really want, you can sell it on ebay on craigslist or ebay and keep the profit ;)

At Thursday, January 21, 2010 1:47:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you complete an offer providing another E-Mail than the one you originally provided for your Trainn account, is that invalid?????? plzzzzz help

At Thursday, January 21, 2010 8:06:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, if you use a different email on an advertiser's site than on a freebie site, you don't have to worry about it. The offer credits you based on you clicking from Trainn's site to the advertiser's site, and don't have very high security settings that might block "cookies" (which track that you did in fact do the offer).

If you don't get credit for the offer within the time stated on the site, contact Trainn's customer support and they will help make sure you get credit, where rightfully due.


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