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Insiders Guide to Free Sample Programs - Learn From the Pros
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Insiders Guide to Free Sample Programs - Learn From the Pros

There are many companies that run free sample programs. Some are better than others. This guide will walk you through what is available and make recommendations on which you should use.

These companies are listed in order of TrySpree's favorites to less favorite. So, maybe only try out the first three to get started, then the rest.


TrySpree scores this one a 10 out of 10. One of the sites that you can guarantee you'll get at least some free samples is PinchMe. Every Tuesday they partner with other companies to offer free samples. What PinchMe wants in return for free samples is reviews of the products. This is actually how most of the companies work, but PinchMe is just better. They partner more companies than the competitors so they can give better samples. TrySpree really recommends checking out PinchMe.


TrySpree scores this one a 8 out of 10. This company has a big budget and runs a lot of promotions. This makes it possible to get some good stuff. The website and app are clean and offer a good user experience. There are many samples to try and you are supposed to give your feedback

Moms Meet

TrySpree scores this one a 7 out of 10. So this one obviously is for moms. This makes it not for everyone, but it does offer a pretty good amount of diverse samples for moms. They partner with quality brands and update the products pretty frequently. They have a few different levels of membership to apply for. If you have a social following, you can try to become a Blog Ambassador and this gives you more perks. But anyone can apply for the community member, where you can sample different products if you give your feedback in return.


TrySpree scores this one a 6 out of 10. BzzAgent was the original free samples for reviews websites. That being said, it has lost some steam over the years. They don't seem to be offering the same amount of samples that they used to. TrySpree would still recommend giving it a try. What BzzAgent wants in return for samples is "buzz" or basically people talking about the products on social media.


TrySpree scores this one a 6 out of 10. This is another one that has been around for a while. The goal with this one is to accumulate bucks that you can then convert into getting free samples or sometimes gift cards. It's a bid tedious, so it only scores a six but if you have the time give this one a try


TrySpree scores this one a 3 out of 10. This program is focussed on women. They have a lot of contests and things to participate in. It's a bit confusing at first but once you get the hang of it, you can get some cool free stuff.


TrySpree scores this one a 2 out of 10. CrowdTap has really turned into more of a surveys company. They don't offer many free samples anymore, so maybe give this website a miss.