Many people across the country are on tight budgets right now, which doesn’t make the quarantine any easier. That’s why getting freebies brings some relief, at such a time. Fortunately, a number of brands have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by offering freebies on everything, ranging from fitness to movies. Here are some of the best freebies available right now.
1. Get free food delivery:Want to order in but don’t want to pay extra for delivery? You could try ordering from DoorDash, which is offering free food delivery on your first order (provided the bill amounts to more than $10). You can also try out Postmates Unlimited for a one-week trial period - this is valid on all orders that come up to $12 at least.
2. Get an Amazon gift card worth $5 when you donate blood:If you’re looking out for ways to earn money, here’s something that’ll help you do that while also being of service to those in need. The American Red Cross has joined forces with Amazon to give people who donate blood, AB plasma, or platelets, a free $5 gift card.
3. Access movie and TV streaming services for free: Pretty much everyone can stream their favorite movies and shows for free currently, by taking advantage of expanded and extended free trials offered by leading companies in the entertainment industry like Amazon Prime, Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and more.
4. Workout with free fitness videos: Did you know you can also access workouts for free and get inspirational tips from top fitness experts when you sign up for newsletters from Get Healthy U TV? Once you join, you’ll get customized workout calendars, the latest fitness videos, and healthy recipes, all for free. Additionally, fitness centers like Planet Fitness and Gold’s Gym also offer a number of free workout videos online, as long as their gyms remain closed.
5. Sign up to be a tester to get freebies: There are a number of places that will provide you free stuff of all kinds, in exchange for your opinion. Whether you’re looking to try out the latest beauty products or get pantry staples, there are companies that will award you with free stuff for being a tester.
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