Want to find freebies on Amazon? You’ve come to the right place! Below, we tell you how you can snag free stuff, without even having to become a Prime member. Read on.
Use Amazon Trade-In: If you have a bunch of old stuff, like DVDs, CDs, books, and other items that you don’t use, you could trade them for Amazon gift cards using the Amazon Trade-In program. This is a great option for things that you don’t use anymore and are simply collecting dust in your home. You can send the items you want to trade to Amazon using a prepaid UPS® shipping label. If your items meet Amazon’s criteria, you’ll receive a gift card from them, and if it doesn’t, Amazon will at least recycle it for you.
Become an Amazon Vine reviewer: In all honesty, Amazon Vine is an invitation-only program. To help buyers make informed purchase decisions, Amazon invites trusted reviewers to try out free stuff (or sometimes deeply discounted items) and leave unbiased reviews. To be invited by Amazon, start off by writing super-detailed reviews that other customers will likely find helpful. If you do this on a regular basis, you could get invited by Amazon to try out new products for free. Remember that Amazon doesn’t expect you to only write positive reviews. So, when writing a review, try to be honest and conform to all the posting guidelines.
Get Amazon Prime for free: Prime members enjoy a lot of perks and some freebies. And you can actually get the membership for free through Amazon, provided you haven’t been a member for the last 12 months. All you need to do is visit the Amazon Prime website, select “start your free trial,” and follow the instructions that will be displayed to you. Once you are a Prime member, you’ll get to enjoy things like FREE two-day shipping, Prime Music, and Prime Videos.
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