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If you’re new to all this, read my original entry, “How I Got a Mac for Next to Nothing,” where I explain why this is legit and how it works. That particular Mac offer is no longer available, but many other sites work in similar ways. Check below for more resources.

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There are tons of other companies out there giving away free stuff. I’m doing the research to find the good ones, then trying them out and passing them on to you.

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The Free Mac
Originally, I received a free MacBook Pro through a company called NuiTech, and blogged in detail about my experience. Thousands of people from all over visited my site, read my tips and got Macs of their own.
Unfortunately, as of March 1st NuiTech changed their terms and conditions, making it virtually impossible to receive anything free from them.
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Also, feel free to take part in the discussion going on at “The Moral Side of the Free Mac Process.”