Collaborative post- Top 5 websites for Freebies! 

There’s an advantage to becoming a freebie hunter. Not only can it help your daily budget, it can give you early access to products before they hit the shelves.

People love free stuff and thankfully there are many websites on the web that are happy to offer them to you. While many website members list similar products, it’s important to ensure you’re going to the best site so you won’t waste time trawling through the rubbish.


Some so-called Freebie offers pretend “freebies” like ‘free’ minutes, even if you are willing to spend lots of money on a new phone contract. Who really wants that kind of deal? So, make sure you’re not wasting your time trawling around on the bogus freebie sites. That’s why we’re giving you the top five freebies we’ve tried.


1. Freecycle

Freecycle is a freebie website, the best around, although it doesn’t always work the same way as the usual one. In this case, freebies are items other people like you, or I, are getting rid of. Most of the things are second-hand, however, every now and then you’ll find something that’s totally free.

Also, unlike most sites, you can potentially get freebies every day. You can find substantial items like a TV, sofa, baby cot, or washing machine, rather than small samples. Freecycle was originally set up on keeping items out of landfills and to reduce waste. Now the site has over five million members in more than 85 countries.

It’s free to sign-up and use. Because the membership levels are so high, you could possibly furnish a whole house on the site. This is great to know if you’re a student or new graduate who is moving to your first home.

2. WOW FreeStuff

Trawling the internet for free stuff may seem like a new concept, but it’s not. One of the original freebie sites, WOW FreeStuff, was launched in 2013.

This site is similar to Latest Free Stuff. Freebies are listed by companies rather than members. Since the listings are not from the public, you get more samples and small items. There are lots of things on this site from free days out to cereal. The site also has a list of competitions and vouchers which you can use.

The freebies have a user rating. This rating system will give you a good impression of whether, or not, a freebie is worth it. You can also sign up for a newsletter if you want regular updates.

3. Hot UK Deals

This website is an internet one stop shop for freebies, as well as, competitions and discount vouchers.

Hot UK Deals has been in operation since 2004. Registration is free and open to anyone wanting to join in. The site offers fun competitions from around the Web, the latest top 10 hottest deals, and the ability to request deals for specific products. This site is worth a look.

4. Gumtree

Gumtree’s Freebie section is similar to Freecycle, with members uploading items they want to get rid of.

There’s a fair amount of rubbish, as you might expect from a site that allows public listings. You’ll need to wade through the listings to find the good items you want to get your hands on. Remember one man’s junk, is another man’s treasure. On this site, we’ve found a dishwasher, vintage typewriter, and free trampoline in just one day.

You may make your location specific unless you’re flexible when it comes to travelling to pick up an item. If you’re inflexible, you may end up missing out on some great items.

Some items tend to go quickly, so you need to browse the site regularly. If you want something specific, you need to put an advert out for yourself. Explain what you’re looking for, if someone has that item, they may contact you.

5. Money Saving Expert

Latest Free Stuff is a user-friendly site that has over 600 freebies listed. Every day five or six new freebies are added to the site, so whenever you log in, you’re bound to find something new.

Most of these freebies are samples. You can find a wide-range of products including eco-friendly products, toys, shampoo, and even chocolate. The toiletry samples are great and are useful when you stay over somewhere or are travelling.

The site also offers a useful tips and hints section. This offers advice on how to take advantage of multiple freebie offers, including creating a secondary email address to use for these offers. You can also sign up for the app. This will allow you to see the latest freebies, even if you’re on the go. That means you don’t have to worry about missing out on a good deal.

So there you have it, I hope you like my top freebie sites and let us know if you use any others?