New Camera Site [Trainn]

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YourCamera4FreeTrainn has just released another great freebie site, this time for all the photography enthusiasts out there.
Their new site, YourCamera4Free, offers five different cameras to choose from, and of course some cash options.

Camera choices are:
Nikon D40
Sony A200W
Canon A650IS
Olympus SP-570UZ
Canon S5
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For those of you new to Trainn, they offer both referral- and points-based accounts so you can do offers yourself or have others sign up under you. They are a highly-rated legitimate freebie company.

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New MacHeist Bundle Ends Today

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I’m a bit late in posting, but MacHeist has released a new software bundle with $482 worth of great Mac apps for only $49. I bought the last Macheist bundle in January and it was definitely worth it.

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Today is the last day to buy the bundle, so act fast if you’re interested. It’s an unbelievable deal for the software you get. Some of the apps have been included in past MacHeist bundles, and after using them I would recommend every Mac owner get them.
As with before, 25% of your money goes to a charitable organization of your choice, so you’re helping others and getting tons of awesome software!

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This bundle includes:
DEVONthink Personal
Bugdom 2
Nanosaur 2
SoundStudio 3

And $5 off at Insanely Great Tees.

Check out the MacHeist site to learn more about all the apps and purchase the bundle!

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iPhone Owners: Get A New 3G iPhone & Make Money Doing It

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3G iPhoneSome call it brilliant, others may call it taking advantage of the less technologically in-the-know public (which, technically, it is). But whatever you call it, if you have an iPhone and you act quickly, you can upgrade to the new 3G iPhone and even make money doing it.

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In case you hadn’t heard, on Monday Apple announced a new iPhone with built-in GPS and 3G Internet that’s 2x faster than the current EDGE service. The biggest news, however, is that it’s only going to cost $199. It will be released on July 11th.

For current iPhone owners interested in upgrading, here’s what you can do:

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Get a cheap replacement phone to use for the next month
Go to Best Buy or Walmart and buy the $15 AT&T Prepaid GoPhone by Motorola.
Take the SIM card out of your iPhone and put it in the new Motorola. It’s no longer prepaid, but a regular (cheap) cell phone with your number and service on it.

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Sell your current iPhone quick
Sell your current iPhone on eBay. They’re still selling on there for over $300. Some people don’t want to wait, some people live overseas, and much of the general public simply won’t find out about the new iPhone release for a while. The resale value is going to drop like a rock, so act quickly. I wouldn’t be surprised if you could get one for $100 bucks by this Fall.
Be sure to Restore your iPhone in iTunes before selling it, then just don’t re-sync your data to it so it’s empty. Whoever buys your iPhone just needs to take it to an AT&T store to get a new SIM card, then they can activate it in iTunes. It might be a good idea to include that info on a note in the package.

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Buy a new 3G iPhone and keep the profit
My iPhone sold for $340, but I wouldn’t be surprised if you got more than that. Now when the new iPhone comes out on July 11th, I’ll buy it for the $199 price tag and keep my $140 profit. Subtract the $15 temporary phone, eBay and PayPal fees, and I still make 100 bucks. Slick, yes? :D

The fine print
I’ve made calls to Apple and AT&T with various questions on the nitty-gritty of this, and from those conversations and everything I’ve read it seems like the perfect plan. But here’s what you need to know:
First, the new 3G data plan will cost $10/month more than the current EDGE data plan, and it will be required with the new iPhone. This means if you have the lowest iPhone plan like me, your monthly bill will increase from $59.99 to $69.99 (plus taxes and fees, of course).
Second, AT&T has already stated that you’re going to have to renew your contract another two years when you buy the new iPhone. This may or may not be a big deal to you.
Third, AT&T has only released limited information at this time, so the specifics of upgrading, signing a new contract, etc. are all still kind of fuzzy. That being said, I encourage you to read up on this stuff like I have before jumping overboard. For example, some internal AT&T documents got leaked yesterday that make it sound like some current AT&T customers with non-iPhone phones may not be able to buy the 3G iPhone for the new low price. Now in reality, I’m using a cheap Motorola phone, but according to AT&T’s online account, I’m still using an iPhone. So according to my account I shouldn’t have any problems, but I also have friends with iPhones that I could stick my SIM card in solely to have in my pocket should reps at the AT&T store ask if I still have an iPhone. In other words, I have a backup plan.

Everything I’ve heard makes me believe I’ll have no trouble upgrading to the new phone for the $199 price, but I can’t make you any guarantees if you decide to do this yourself. That said, get that iPhone on eBay quick if you’re going for it!

30 days and counting… I miss my iPhone already. :(

When I called AT&T and mentioned the new, lower price of the next iPhone, the [apparently yet-to-be-informed] sales lady responded: “$199? No, there’s no way it’ll only be $199. Even our other phones like the BlackBerrys cost more than that.” After a moment’s pause I said, “Um, maybe you should check Apple’s site.” Her response?
“Oh wow. $199.”

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The Encore

So. I’m not dead in a ditch somewhere. But life gets busy, what can I say. In the past two months, I have:

  • Finished college (forever!!!)
  • Started a company (for all your tech needs in the Lexington area)
  • Gotten engaged

Now, while life in the real world has been vibrant with activity, that in the online has been somewhat…slower.
As is obvious, I haven’t written about a freebie deal since February, and a good one in much longer. The types of freebie deals we all love – the kind that don’t require any referrals – just haven’t been up to anything new.

Regardless, I’ve kinda dropped the ball on the whole blog thing. And I miss it.

Well, I’m back.

There are plenty of other cool sites and services I want to share with you, not to mention even more important stuff, and if a good freebie deal comes along once in a while, you can still be sure to find out about it here (and the forum is going nowhere).

If my writing frequency does happen to go downhill again, feel free to email me. Seriously. Be like, “Where the crap are my blog posts, Josh?” A little encouragement never hurts. :)

More to come…

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New Gift Card Site [Trainn]

YourGiftCards4FreeYesterday Trainn revealed a new site specifically for gift cards and cash, which are usually the most popular items of freebie sites.
YourGiftCards4free offers cash amounts of $300 and $430, and gift card amounts of $300, $400, and $450.

Trainn is one of the top-rated, very legit freebie networks. You can see a list of their other sites in my original review.

You can choose gift cards from any of the following merchants:
AMC Theatres
American Airlines
American Eagle Outfitters
Avis Car Rental
Banana Republic
Barneys New York
Bass Pro Shops
Bath & Body Works
Best Buy
Bed Bath & Beyond
Borders Books and Music
Crate & Barrel
Dave and Buster’s
Eddie Bauer
Famous Footwear
Fashion Bug
Finish Line
Foot Locker
Hard Rock Cafe
Hyatt Hotels and Resorts
L.L. Bean
Lane Bryant
Linens ‘N Things
Lord & Taylor
Old Navy
Pep Boys
Pier 1 Imports
Pottery Barn
Saks Fifth Avenue
Sunglass Hut
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Forget To Backup [Free Services]

With no amazingly spectacular freebie deals to write about lately, the blog has been collecting dust. Not to let it go to waste, I thought I’d start a series of posts introducing useful online services that are either free or just a great deal.

To begin, let me give a bit of advice regarding backing up your data: forget about it. You shouldn’t have to worry about copying your things to discs, or dragging them across your network. It’s just too much hassle. Just forget about it.

MozyLet Mozy do it for you.

Mozy is a free, online backup solution that automatically saves your stuff on a set frequency. Every four hours, Mozy is silently backing up my entire documents folder to their secure servers, keeping an up-to-date copy, and I don’t even have to think about it.

Recently I suffered a large amount of data loss. When upgrading my MacBook Pro to Mac OS X Leopard, I made a copy of my entire drive on an external hard drive. After I had erased my Mac’s hard drive and installed Leopard, I plugged in the external drive to retrieve my stuff. An error about disk reliability appeared on my screen, and the hard drive made an odd churning sound, immediately before exploding in a raging ball of fire that incinerated my apartment. Well maybe not, but for whatever reason it had chosen that exact moment to die on me. My stuff was gone.

But wait! Months earlier I had installed Mozy and set it to backup my documents folder on a regular basis. Visiting their site, I followed the instructions to download the saved copies of my stuff. It worked perfectly. My music and pictures were gone, but all of my documents, website stuff, and schoolwork were saved.

Maybe you have all of your stuff backed up on an external drive (which could be stolen or destroyed in a fire, or die just like mine did). Maybe you don’t have any backup solution in place at all. Whatever the case, Mozy is an extremely useful tool that doesn’t require you to do anything but install it and forget about it.

Mozy works on Mac or PC. Their free service is limited to 2GB of storage, which is probably enough for your most important data. If you decide to backup everything you have, you can upgrade to unlimited space for $4.95 a month. I’m seriously considering doing so soon.

Sign up today. You’ll thank yourself later. (Use the link in this post to receive an extra 256MB for free!)

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$428.65 of Mac Software for Only $49 [MacHeist]

MacHeistOn the eve of Macworld Expo, MacHeist has released a full bundle of Mac apps at an incredible deal. MacHeist started up last year, offering the Mac community a chance to solve puzzles and “missions” in order to unlock software to be added to a discount bundle. It was an incredible discount and I was sorry that I only found out about it after the deal was over.

This year, MacHeist has done it again. The full bundle of apps was unlocked today, including $368.75 $428.65 worth of software for only $49. Also, 25% of your money goes to one of several charities you can choose from. Some of the apps even cost more than the bundled $49 price. All in all, it’s an incredible deal.

The following software is included:
1password – award winning password manager
CoverSutra – beautiful iTunes controller
Cha-Ching – elegant and intuitive finances
iStopMotion – make your own stop motion films
Awaken – wake up to iTunes
Speed Download – download manager that does everything
AppZapper – “the uninstaller Apple forgot”
TaskPaper – easy to use To-Do list manager
CSSEdit – web development the easy way
Snapz Pro X – screencasts and screengrabs
Pixelmator – powerful image editing
Wingnuts 2 – Apple design award runner-up for game of the year – just added!

Check out the site soon. This deal is only available for 9 more days.

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Shop FreePay Shutting Down

Gratis Internet’s site Shop FreePay, having existed in beta for quite some time, has decided to close its doors. They are accepting no new users, and current users cannot add new products to their accounts.

However, current users are allowed to finish completing gifts they have already started working on.

Here is a portion of an email I received from Shop FreePay yesterday:

We decided to ramp down Shop FreePay so that we could focus on our referral-based sites.

First of all, let me state that nobody is going to ‘lose credits’. Existing users of Shop FreePay will still be able to get all the products they are working on. But they will not be able to start new products and new users will not be able to sign up; instead they will be encouraged to try the referral FreePay sites. The updated website went live a few moments ago.

For the past year, we’ve given people two ways to earn free products: the referral model (do one offer, refer X friends) and the DIY model (do X offers and no referrals). What we’ve learned is that the referral model is easier for consumers to understand, and that’s where we will be focusing our attention. This move will allow us to give away more free stuff than we do now.

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Remember To Cashout On Fusioncash

It’s Cyber Monday, and after the sales weekend you could probably use some cash.

For those of you who’ve signed up on FusionCash, just a reminder that the end of the month is coming, so cashout if you haven’t already. If you cashout by the end of this month, you’ll receive payment around the 20th of December.

If you haven’t signed up on FusionCash already, check it out. It’s been one of the most popular sites that I’ve reviewed, because it’s so quick and easy to earn cash.

Unlike other offer sites where you complete offers to work towards a prize, FusionCash pays you cash for each offer you complete (they also have surveys you can complete). They send payment via PayPal, check, or direct deposit.

They offer a $5 bonus just for signing up; check your email for the authorization link after registering on their site and $5 will be credited to your account instantly.

Read my original review of FusionCash.

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Signup through this link and I’ll earn a little extra cash for referring you. It’s a great way to support this site and it won’t cost you a thing.
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The Free Mac Is Back

One year ago I posted about my original free MacBook Pro from Nuitech. Since March 1st when they changed their terms and made it much more difficult to do, I haven’t found a single legit site offering a free MacBook Pro.

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The Forum Is Now Open

Since blog comment systems aren’t really meant to handle massive amounts of discussion, I’ve created a forum to make it easier for everyone to communicate and discuss everything about freebie networks.
This adds many benefits, including: searching through massive amounts of information really easily, and contacting other users via PM (Private Message) without having to post publicly.

We’ve already been using the forum for discussion and organization of our plasma tv conga line, but I’ve added topic groups for each of the freebie networks posted about on the site, and some others as well.

Please continue to use the blog comments, but I encourage you to ask questions and discuss in the forum now instead.

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