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There’s a lot more out there than just Macs that you can get for free. A lot more. Just about anything you want really, especially when it comes to electronics.
At this point, I’ve gotten:
- MacBook Pro (obviously) – cost: $98.69 (could have spent much less knowing what I know now)
- iPod Shuffle (inseparable from my pocket) – cost: $2.00
- iPod Nano (to sell on eBay for near its retail price) – cost: $11.95 (one of the offers was Blockbuster…$9.95)
- A book valued at $9.95 for only 1 offer (not the greatest as far as return value, but I wanted the book) – cost: $1.87
- $20 at Exxon gas station and $10 at Barnes & Nobles, as a result of doing some of the offers
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These things are on the way:
- Xbox 360 (will get here in April…went through a slower company) – cost $25.77
- Apple AirPort Express with AirTunes – cost: $5.87
- $50 Visa – cost: $1.95
- $25 Applebee’s gift card and $25 Blockbuster gift card, as a result of doing some of the offers
Where can you get more free stuff like this?
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Since NuiTech has changed their terms and conditions, making it basically impossible to get free stuff from them from now on, we’ll have to go through other companies. Unfortunately, there currently isn’t another (legit) company that offers gifts in the $2,000 range, but there is still a lot out there you can get (the only thing in my list above that came from NuiTech was the MacBook Pro).
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I’ll be adding posts frequently of new sites, each time focusing on just one or two with notes on my own experience. For now, here is one I highly recommend. And yes, they have Macs.
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ShopFreePay has tons of stuff to choose from (books, music, DVDs, video games, electronics, computers), and is by far the best looking and most organized of the free stuff sites. My iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, and book listed above all came from them. The Apple AirPort Express on the way is also from them.
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ShopFreePay is a sort of sister-site to the referral-based www.freepay.com. They are both run by Gratis Internet, probably the most well-known “free stuff” company, which has been featured in the media many times over the years.
The site is still in beta, and over the past several weeks they’ve been continually making it look and work a little bit better, as well as add to the list of sponsored offers to choose from.
- They are FAST. If you do offers that credit instantly, you’ll likely have the product in your hand only a few days later. Each of the three things I’ve received from them so far were dropped off by UPS within 3-5 business days of completing the offers. Yes, wow.
- The site is extremely organized. After you add an item to “My Stuff,” you can see how many offers it requires – on which pages – and easily get back to it later. No confusion here.
- Tons of stuff to choose from.
- Customer support is a little shady. In other words, they haven’t answered my handful of emails over the past month. I received the products I mentioned above without the slightest hassle, but I completed SunRocket as the third-page offer for my AirPort Express, and now just over a month later, haven’t received credit. After several unanswered emails, I finally sent them a snail-mail yesterday, hoping for manual credit. I’ll let you know how that goes. I am assuming that perhaps while in beta, they’re just a bit too busy (or unorganized) to answer support questions quite yet.
- More expensive gifts are a little difficult to find enough offers for. Not impossible, just difficult. If you need 12 offers for a MacBook, you can do it, but you might have to pay a bit more up front for some of the offers. I’m assuming that as they add more offers, this will become easier.
- Only one account allowed per address. This means that if your roommate or spouse wants something free too, they’ll have to use a different address.
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I’m looking forward to seeing what they have to offer as they move out of beta, but currently they have become my favorite among free stuff sites.
I finally received a reply from ShopFreepay, over a month after sending my first email. This was their message:
Note: We recently learned that some of our customers may not have received our emails. Therefore, we are resending all email from February, 2007. We apologize for the confusion that this may have caused. —
The SunRocket offer requires that you fulfill the one month membership with their service before they report offer completions to us. If you could please provide us the date that you first started using their service and your current status with SunRocket, we will be glad to look into this matter for you to ensure proper crediting for your account. Please note, that if this service is canceled before the end of the one month membership, SunRocket will not provide offer credit. Please let us know and we will be happy to assist you.
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I sent a reply telling them that it would have been extremely helpful to have known this information before I canceled on the last day of the month, or better yet, before I signed up.
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Update October 2007:
For the past few months, ShopFreePay seems to have been going downhill. Their customer service is lacking, offers don’t credit, and many people have become locked out of their accounts because of technical problems with the site. I no longer recommend using ShopFreePay to earn free stuff. If these problems are solved, they are a great and easy-to-use site, but as long as they continue, I recommend you try out other freebie sites first.
Update December 2007
ShopFreePay is closing its doors.