Freeukstuff.co.uk is a magnificent UK site to gain free samples, vouchers and entre competitions for free.
This site is genuine you can join as a member or just visit as a guest and still receive free items, although being a member has it's advantages, it's free of course to join but it lets you access more free item's and you get to see the freebie's 14 days before the guests do, all you have to do is just put all your details in and apply, because there's a lot of people looking on this site every day you're not guaranteed to receive anything as the products may already be snapped up but the site won't tell you this, so if you don't end up receiving anything, you know why so it's best to join as a member.
The site is really easy to use and navigate your way around, there's always a search box to put in some specific such as perfume, but everything is also categorized into competitions, vouchers, samples, music and games.
The samples are of course only small as they're samples but it's a great way to try new products and would really help with being able to review more items on here as you know more about them and tried more things. I have received free shampoos, baby items, tea bags and lots of other things so it is really varied what's on there.
You can also entre lots of competitions for free or apply for free vouchers for meals restaurants and I have even seen top shop and Primark vouchers on there before but unfortunately I was not fast enough tor receive any of them, I have also never won from any competitions.
You can download free music and download games and game trials as well.
There is one tedious thing about this website and that's you have to fill out a form for everything you apply for and that's usually the same details as the last, name, address, which I think the information should be stored when you join and just passed on when you apply for something as it would make the process a lot quicker.
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I have been a long time member of this site and have been quite pleased with this if not euphoric.
Going with the name it is free to register and offers free gifts, freebies, free samples vouchers and free prize draw entries.The sign up process takes couple of minutes and is really hassle free. You can also take a peep in this site as a guest but it is better to register to get instant updates of all freebies as non members get glimpse of products and freebies 14 days after they are available to members.
What is noteworthy here is the look and feel and navigation. I really find it very user friendly and easy to navigate. I find the top menu bar very interesting as it details various features like -new free stuff, top free stuff and featured free stuff.
What is on offer ?
You must be itching to know what is on offer ? You can get freebies for almost everything you think of-free samples in cosmetic,washing powder,toilet paper,snacks,drink,free tea,shampoos,hair gel,coffee pouch,posters,coupons and vouchers etc.
The samples and freebies include both renowned brands as well as start ups promotions.Moreover you can also enter your name in competition and cash prizes.
Sounds interesting !!!
Is it real?
My answer to this question is emphatic YES.I normally ask for free samples so without guess my favourite is the 'samples' page and I have received perfumes, after shave,toilet tissue,vouchers,cornflakes, tea,loads of shampoos and gel pouch and a gift hamper from Johnson & Johnson.I have not been lucky to win any cash prizes so can not really comment on that.
What is not so good ?
Life is not rosy for eternity !!! This site comes with few precincts as well.
For free samples you need to fill out forms for the respective manufactures with all your details which is tedious. I wish they get all required details during registration and populate the address and others while registering for different freebies. Kindly note samples really mean SAMPLE. Do not expect a 200 ml perfume bottle !!!!.Moreover as a result of high traffic if you do not place your request fast it might not arrive at all. So you have to be on guard almost everyday and check for new free stuff added.
All in all, with these known limitations I will suggest you to sign up for this site as you have nothing to lose but only to gain few extra freebies.....
Having been using various freebie sits for some years I have only very reccently come accross this one.
It is very simple to use , you do not have to be a member , however if you do become a member , you will be able to view the latest feeies and offers 2 weeks before everyone else , its definitly worth becoming a member because sometime freebies are only available for a limited time.
The site is VERY easy to use , along the left hand side of the page , items are split into categories so its easy to find the freebies you are looking for witrhout having to trawl through everything. ( althoug if you do look through everything you might just find something that you never realised you wanted ! )
As well as freebies, you can find out about discount codes, events , survey sites, reward sites and more.
The freebies and offers which in my humble opinion are most worth getting from this site include ....
Free Ink from System Insight , not 100% freebies as you have to pay £1.95 for postage but considering that many ink cartridges cost upwards of £10 it a bargain !!
YouGov - Again not a freebies but a survey site, sign up and recieve money for your opinion, generally the surveys are pretty short so its easy money , the only problem is you have to wait till you have £50 before they send you a cheque , Ive earnt £14 so far and have been paid between 50p and £1 for surveys to date , I get invited around once a fortight.
Horlicks - Get a free sampe and a money off coupon - I LOVE HORLICKS !! So this is definitly one of my favorite offers , it came in a little packet just right for one bedtime drink.
Free DVD club - Now this really is worth doing , Give your details and fill in a survey ( warning its a tad long ! ) then as a thank you , they send you out a free DVD with no postage to pay , You may be thinking, yes but they are probably all rubbish DVDs , but actually there is quite a good selection and I got a free copy of HelpIm a Fish for my sons , it arrived within 4 days brand new with celophane wrapping and the kids were thrilled.
Nivea Samples - I use Nivea , so its great to get some without having to pay !
There is loads to choose from, with 25 categories to choose from there will definitly be something that interests you , be it free samples , survey sites , competitions , free trial , money off , coupons and more .....
All you have to do is look in the catergory that suits you or click on A-Z to view everything, when you see something you are interested in , look at the brief explaination about that particular offer, if you are still interested then click the link at the top in the header of the offer and a new window will open taking you straight to the relevent site.
I hope that this review has inspired you to take a look a the site and get some goodies for you and your family !!
hello all i been singed up to this sight for a while but never understood how to get freebees from it if any one can help please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org, i was hoping for some free condoms but no joy so far . if there is someone that uses this sight on a dayly baseis please get in touch with me as this one has my confused. i just dont know how you set up anything or clam from here please please please get in touch with me if you can help.thanks alot antony stone..
Well I thought I would introduce one of my favourite freebie sites on the internet. It is called FreeUKStuff(www.freeukstuff.co.uk) and as the name indicates it is free to join and almost everything is free(or has something free with an item). To log into the website you must first register with FreeUKStuff, and you shall recieve the username and password for this site, if you do not wish to join there is a site for the general public, The public site only gets the links to new products updated approximately 2 weeks after the members site so you may be disappointed should you not register. With over 120,000 members you need to make sure you dont miss out on items that may be of interest to yourself so once you have subscribed you will recieve an update e-mail everytime the page is updated. I must say I have placed my name on the list for some products that have interested me and I have recieved most of them. The site has many freebies listed and the topics listed are: Audio/Video Tapes Money (this is mainly unknown bands that are giving out samples) Business (mainly for companies as this includes business webspace for example) Mouse Mats (Mainly advertising companies) Catalogues (on certain companies products) Posters (mainly educational posters, some are actually computer wallpaper for the desktop) CD-Roms (company information CD's, Program demo's) Publications (can be free catalogues aswell as brochures on cars for example) Money (Websites that you can earn money/points on) Competitions (not explanation required) Samples (such as Jam or free bags of tea!) Coupons (money off vouchers or Buy One Get One Free) Screen Savers (Free computer screensavers) Email (Free E-Mail Addresses) Software to Download (self explanatory, NOT full version known software!) Health (shampoo samples, learn Yoga! and many more) Stickers (Car bumper stickers and many more) Internet Dialups
(Free ISP dialup's to connect to the net) URL Forwarding (free website redirection if you decide to move your site) Miscellaneous (Various topics from free pet insurance to learning Spanish!) Web Space (Free Webspace for your own website) Mobile Stuff (Containing mainly logo's, Ringtones, Screensavers) I have actually just sent away for some free DVD's, all I had to do was insert my details on a website(I think it was Fox?) and they will send me a free DVD and I get a choice of 3 which are "The Full Monty/Dr Doolittle or What Lies Beneath). So All in all a great site to find freebies and very easy to navigate. In the past 3yrs since joining the site I have not had any unsolicited E-Mails or junk mail through my door so its well worth signing up for and I would recommend it.
Freeukstuff.com is another one of them websites offering free gifts, samples vouchers etc. to the internet using public. The difference with freeukstuff.com is that all the offers are UK only meaning no more trawling through the listings looking for offers available to UK users. Freeukstuff.co.uk is ran as two websites one a general public website and the other a members only website (though this is free to join). The difference between the two websites is that offers appear 2 weeks later on the general public website than they appear on the members only website. Joining the members only website is very simple just click on the join free UK stuff link in the top right hand corner of the screen and fill in your e-mail address in the space provided, no further information is required. Members also get a free weekly newsletter detailing all the past weeks offers. Once inside the site the site is easy to use. The site is user friendly using simple fonts and bright colours. The front page shows the latest offers. A side menu on the right hand side allows you to select categories such as CD-ROMS, audio / video, money, samples, software and many more. The offers themselves are updated daily and of good quality. Offers at the moment include free cinema tickets, free cat food, free mobile phone ringtones / icons, mousemats, shampoos, john lewis vouchers and many more. I thoroughly recommend this website. It is the best free stuff website that I know of and I visit daily. This website has no fake offers are offers that are not available to UK residents. This website also has the widest selection of UK offers I have seen.
Freeukstuff.co.uk. Ok, I have to admit it. I'm addicted to any site that will give me either freebies or reward points. However, like with most things today there is nearly always a catch. For example: 1 - You have to fill out endless forms, therefore ending up with sore fingers. 2 - Your freebie/reward never arrives. 3 - You have vast amounts of junk mail. 4 - The page you use NEVER gets updated and you went through the sign up process for nothing. 5 - Worst case scenario - All of the above, and something involving the words,you,computer and hammer. The first 'freebie' site I tried was called 'freeinuk.co.uk'. However this site was not very computer friendly for me and often resulted either my computer crashing or web pages loading very, very slowly. After reading some reviews on *ahem* another web site, I decided to try 'Britishfreebies.co.uk'. I did find this site to be very good, although it wasn't updated as often as I thought it would be. I am now a member of 'Freeukstuff'. When you first get to the site you can start sending off for freebies straight away using the 'general public site'. This enables you to send off for things without having to register. You get a choice of a number of different sections, just click on the 'I agree' link and off you go. The freebie page is split into 2 sections. The first enabling you to view the latest free products, which is good if you check this site frequently because it saves you having to go through pages of freebies you have seen before. If you are a first time user you can go to the 'drop down menu' in the top right corner of your screen to view all the different categories: 1 ? Audio/Video 2 ? Business 3 ? Catalogues 4 ? CD-ROMs 5 ? Competitions 6 ? Coupons 7 ? E-mail 8 ? Health 9 ? Internet Dialups 10 ? Miscella
neous 11 ? Mobile 12 ? Money (Mostly ?Get paid for texts? and ?Reward? type schemes) 13 ? Mouse mats (Arghhh I have so many bloody mouse mats, but hey, there free) 14 ? Posters (Don't get too excited one of them was a revision chart for G.C.S.E's) 15 ? Publications 16 ? Samples (My favourite one!!) 17 - Software 18 ? Screensavers 19 ? URL Forwarding 20 ? Web Space As you can see it is a veryyyyy long list. My favourite has got to be the 'samples' page. Click on this link and you can get everything from tea bags to shampoo. Some of the present free samples include, wine jelly, tea, shampoo and stone floor tiles?? (Well I did say they have everything!). For me the worst section has to be the 'publications' part. I have never really found anything of interest in this section. However I would still advise you to have a look, as you never know what you may find. The good thing about the 'freebies' on this site is that when you click on the link for the freebie you are normally directed straight to the page where you fill in your details, which saves you having to spend hours looking around the site for the form. Some of the best samples I have received have included, chocolates, 20% off at Pizza Hut, music CD's, lipsticks (And I'm talking full size tubes), eye shadow (Max Factor and Rimmel are just some of the brand name products I have received), not forgetting sticker albums and of course pet food. The worst has to be something from the 'Pepperami' web site, which I sent off for twice but never received. Although you can get A LOT of freebies without signing up I would advise you to become a member anyway. The signing up process really doesn't take long, and they then give you a username and password. Being a member is much easier. It means you are among the first to see the latest freebies, whi
ch is very good when some of the products state that only the first 1,000 or so will receive anything. It also means that you don?t have to constantly browse through the numerous sections, as all the latest freebies appear on one page. I have been a member for about 6 months now I have never received any junk mail directly from 'Freeukstuff' unlike some other sites. The good thing about this site is that it is updated pretty much everyday. The site is very easy to navigate and the links download very quickly. Another good point is that I have received nearly every freebie that I have sent off for which is good when you think about how much time you spend filling out the forms. The down side is if you don't sign up to become a member you are likely to miss some of the freebies. In conclusion, if you are a fan of these kind of sites then you don't want to miss this one, so get signing up now. One tip though *munch* stay away from *munch* the chocolate samples *munch* really, there not that good! *munch* mmmm. :-) Ok nothing at all to do with my review now but a quick question. Does anyone know where I can buy Bloodsport on DVD?. (The first one that is).
Free UK Stuff has to be one of my favourite freebie sites. I believe that this is due to the great content, and the fact that there are not too many banners advertisments. Free Uk Stuff has two sections the members only site and the general public site. Through the general public site you can look at freebies that are more than a week old. If you sign up, which only takes a couple of seconds, you get email updates every week normally on a friday, and you also get access to the newest freebies. The other good thing is that all the links normally work, and you know that the offers are not to out of date, so really you are almost guaranteed to get your freebies. At the moment there is a few great freebies such Hotspot if you answer a simple questionnaire you will receive a packet of condoms, lip balm, glitter mositeriser, and a limited edition diary. You can also register with the sign, and earn hotpoint, if you sign up you can get a free pen and keyring pouch. There is also some lea and perrins free recipes, a free make over, an inflatable egg cup, vitamins and the chew brush, which is a great new way of brushing your teeth. There is also a direct link to a fantastic competition site, with tons of prizes to be won. All in all Free Uk Stuff, is one of the better freebie sites out there, with upto date freebies and easy links to each freebie.
Freeukstuff is a site which gives information on free stuff and competions available on the net, and like it's title suggests it is for UK RESIDENTS. Unlike when you use some free stuff general sites and the target group is mainly American, lets be honest how many of us have gone to apply for a juicy little freebie only to find it is only available to residents in the US or Canada? Freeukstuff is a well laid out site with general public access and a members only area. The freebies and competitions in the general area tend to be nearing the end of their life by the time they have left the members area. The members area is well worth signing up for as it is free to join and you get access to the newest freebies first (you'd be mad not to.). The registration process is quick and simple and once registered a REALLY easy logon and password is sent to you by email. Also you tend to receive regular email updates to new freebies and competitions added. The freebies and competions on the site are really very wide ranging and there is definately something for everyone. I have lost count of the number of freebies that I have applied for and received since finding this little gem of a site. The good think as well is that if there is a deadlink if you email them they will remove (we all know how annoying dead links are). So for all freebiers this is a definite must!
I frequently surf for freebies and the one consistently updated site is THIS one. In the early days it had only the .com site, but endeavoured to get hold of the uk's best net freebies. I still have more mousemats than anyone could ever need. But the nicest freebie and the most important to me was when they linked to a lovely QXL giveaway of Half-Life. Oh yes. This has sealed my confidence in FreeUKStuff.com and since then I have gotten hold of Rollcage, Carmageddon 2, Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6 and Michael Owen Soccer (all on CD). I also get free samples of everything from shampoo to teabags (about 5 envelopes a day if my sister's let loose). There are two sites to my knowledge. Freeukstuff.com is the general public site where most items are displayed, and Freeukstuff.net is the member's site. To become a member you just have to agree to recieve their newsletter every now and then. Or you could ask someone for the password... The layout is the main downer of the site. It is relatively easy to navigate, but is design leaves it looking a little cheap. It's mostly in blue with white writing, and I don't care much for their choice of typeface. HOWEVER for most people going to this site the content is of greater importance than the design. On those grounds, then, I recommend that anyone on the net in the UK give this site at least a quick visit, just to see what it can offer. It constantly amazes me how much free merchandise it manages to find!
FreeUKstuff.co.uk is a great site that offers links to loads of free stuff available to people in the UK from the internet. FreeUKstuff.co.uk has two parts, a members section and a non-members section, both members and non-members can access the following categories: -Audio/video tapes: There are a quite a few CD's, there are a couple of videos, there's a parachuting one and a crime one, also music related stuff, like a Ricky Martin club. -Business: There are a few things that businesses might be interested, mostly things like web page hosting. -Catalogues: A couple of free catalogues. -CD-Roms: Lots of free CD's, game demos, games and lots of other stuff. -Competitions: Loads of places offering free competitions with various prizes. -Coupons: Links to companies offering coupons to use against lots of different products. -E-mail: Links to sites that will offer you a free e-mail address. -Health: Health food samples, skin creams, etc. -Internet dial-ups: Quite a few different companies, and there is a table comparing them. -Miscellaneous: Lots of different freebies from free pet insurance to free fridge magnets. -Mobile stuff: Links to free SMS sites and ringtone sites. -Money: Different ways to make money on the internet, banners, surveys, etc. -Mouse mats: Loads of links to free mouse mats (most of them plastered with adverts). -Posters: A couple of good posters here, some are to send away for, some to print out. -Publications: Loads of links to magazines, books, brochures, etc from here. -Samples: Lots of links here, lots of toiletries, and some others. -Screen savers: A few good screensavers here. -Software to download: Loads of free software, game demos, games, programs, utilities and links to other sites. -Stickers: Links to various sites offering free stickers. -URL forwarding: a couple of sites offering free URL forwarding. -Web s
pace: Links to websites offering free internet space. As a member, when you have logged in, you are taken directly to a list of the newest freebies, (which non-members cannot access), the most recent freebies are at the top. After the freebie has been on the members-only page for a while, it is then put into the appropriate category above, and is available to view by both members and non-members. I would recommend joining Free UK Stuff, some of the freebies are out of stock by the time they reach the non-members pages; and joining free UK stuff is very easy, (and free), you just click the 'join Free UK Stuff' link and follow the instructions; you do have to give your e-mail address away for this, and are added to their e-mail list, but they don't fill your inbox with junk mail, you are only sent one newsletter a week and this contains the weeks listings not a load of adverts. Free UK stuff mostly links you directly to the page where you apply for your freebie, if they don't, they give instructions on where to find the freebie. The forms that you have to fill in are sometimes just your details, name, address, phone number and e-mail address, others ask a few questions, and a few give you a long list of questions. The forms that I have filled in generally asked for my details and then asked a few other questions related to the thing that I was ordering. Some freebies are not available to order on-line, for these you often have to print out a voucher and take it to a shop or phone a company to request the freebie. I think that FreeUKstuff.net is a great site, it has lots of freebies that really are genuine, I have received tea bags and posters, samples of shower gels, shampoo, toothpaste, sun tan lotion, I've had a voucher for a cookie and lots of other stuff. Check out FreeUKstuff.co.uk, it really is worth it!! Happy freebie hunting!!
I have used this service for quite some time now and have found it useful and informative. Not only do they seek out some excellent freebies they also rate them and say whether they have successfully received the product yet. Thanks to freeukstuff.co.uk i have owned many different products for absolutely nothing and even got my name on Mars! I highly recommend this service and I think it is the best freebie site I have seen as yet. If you're interested in good freebie sites I also recommend FreeGuide.co.uk. I feel however that now the site has become much larger there are out of date freebies and also it is harder to find the more useful links, a better search facility I think would help this perhaps by offering multi-search options such as date, activity, category, etc.
I haven't been on the site for a while, but I'm friends with the owner and I know the site itself is great quality!! With 21 sections of free stuff from across the web posted by users and the webmaster, it's a must-visit!! You can scroll from free mousemats to clothing, to food, and even money!! There's even a "new" section where the latest freebies are added when they come online. A free membership is offered to everyone, and for ntering your email address to receive the newsletter, you get a username and password (they're the same for all users though) and therefore you get access to all the free stuff two weeks before non-members. So if a freebie offer is on for a limited time, the difference between being a member and not being a member could also be the difference between getting the freebie and not getting the freebie!! I really do suggest you check this site out, just today for example I went on and came away having signed up for 6 freebies!! It rally is a great value site!!
Everybody wants something for nothing. Well here is the gateway to just that. There are loads of freebie site out there and I have tried lots of them but this has to be one of my favourites. The best feature of this site is that it is updated daily. Most of the other sites I've been to only seem to update once a week or even less. The site is also easy to use. You can view the freebies arranged by the latest added or pick a certain category that you're interested in and see whats available. I have recieved lots of stuff so far and can't fault it at all. You can also get regular emails telling you whats been added if you can't be bothered to check the site all the time. Its amazing what you can get for free on the net. Give it a go, what have you got to lose? http://www.freeukstuff.co.uk
This site is very popular now and I like it because every time I visit- it has something new on offer. You need to register there to get the newest info on freebies, but it is easy and quick. You will be sent your login info very soon. But some people might find it very anoying to login each time and to press "I agree" button on their agreement, but it takes only seconds, really. The members only area is updated very often and very convinient to use. (All new stuff you can see above all the others on the page). I visit the site almost daily and it worth it. I like webmaster's comments about every freebie. Well, if you prefer to visit public area- there are a lot of different sections of free stuff available (not sure whether they work or not ): Audio/Video Tapes Money Business Mouse Mats Catalogues Posters CD-Roms Publications Competitions Samples Coupons Screen Savers Email Software to Download Health Stickers Internet Dialups URL Forwarding Miscellaneous Web Space Mobile Stuff MEMBERS ONLY SITE What else, I like that the site is very simple and you don't need to s
pend a lot of time searching for newest offers- you see them strait away in the members area. Enjoy.