About Get It Free

From everyday to luxury, including popular restaurants, food/grocery items, beauty products, and much more, Get It Free is a website that claims to provide you with a variety of ways to save money, including free offers, coupons, discounted gift cards, and strategies from all around the internet. Get It Free claims to add new money-saving offers all throughout the day, in addition to offering a huge collection of informative articles and videos that can help you get the most out of your money.

Just mentioning the word “free” might get your heart pumping. After all, who doesn’t want something for nothing? But when it comes down to it, are most of the products offered on Get It Free actually free? We’ll answer this question in a moment, but first let’s take a look at how Get It Free Works.

How Get It Free Claims to Work

At its most basic, the Get It Free website contains 5 primary money-saving sections:

  • Freebies – These offers include physical products and services for household items, beauty products, grocery items, and more.
  • Coupons – Coupons will need to be printed (more about this below), and can help you save money at the register on specific products.
  • Deals – Features big savings and deep discounts on a wide variety of products.
  • Sweepstakes – After entering, you’ll have the ability to win everything from cookware to cars.
  • Travel Deals – Similar to travel deals websites such as Trivago and BookIt.com, this feature allows you to search other websites for flight, hotel, cruise, car rental, and vacation package deals. You’ll also find some popular travel deals listed below the search area, including location, price, and some included amenities.

Regardless of which section you’re browsing through on the Get It Free website, you’ll be able to see how many users have redeemed each offer, as well as whether or not the offer remains active. This is because many deals, freebies, and coupons have an expiration date, or are removed once a certain number of customers claim them.

When browsing through Get It Free’s popular Coupons section, if you find a coupon you like, you simply need to click on the scissors icon underneath. Doing so will clip it, similar to adding items to an online shopping cart. When you’re finished browsing, you’ll just need to print the coupons you’ve “clipped” by clicking the Print Coupons icon at the top of the page (note: you’ll likely need to download Get It Free’s coupon installer in order to print coupons, which is claimed to allow the barcode to be seen and to be printed from your computer).

Get It Free has a fairly significant social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and you can follow the company in order to be notified any time a new deal is added. If you’re not really into social media, you can also sign up to receive email notifications (we’ll talk more about this in the Bottom Line section).

Get It Free Pricing

Signing up for a Get It Free account is completely free of charge. However, keep in mind that you’re not required to sign up in order to redeem freebies and deals.

If you have questions or concerns about Get It Free, the company can be reached at (619) 519-7933.

What Do Other Consumers Have to Say About Get It Free?

Because of the nature of Get It Free (helping consumers to obtain free, or nearly free, items), the site appears to have a fairly positive online reputation. However, the most common complaints related to the site are excessive emails and/or phone calls after redeeming a deal.

Get It Free holds an A- rating with the Better Business Bureau based on 3 closed complaints (as of 10/9/14), all of which reference excessive emails/phone calls. This is something we’ll explore in greater detail in the next section.

Bottom Line: Can the Get It Free Help You Save Money?

After everything is said and done, can Get It Free really help you obtain items for free? The short answer: Yes. However, you’ve probably heard the saying that “nothing in life comes free,” so let’s take a look at what you’ll really be “paying” when using Get It Free.

Around the Web in the Blink of an Eye

Most importantly, keep in mind that redeeming just about anything on Get It Free will take you to another website, which is where you’ll fulfill deals and freebies, usually by entering in your contact information. This is important to note because the top complaint related to Get It Free is excessive spam and/or phone calls. However, while Get It Free may provide a centralized place to post these deals, they’re typically not the ones engaging in these practices; it’s generally the third-party companies.

Get It Free Does Collect Your Information

However, this shouldn’t be taken to mean that Get It Free won’t pass your information along to third-party companies. In fact, according to the website’s Privacy Policy, your information may be shared with other companies for marketing and promotional purposes, which means you can expect phone calls and/or emails.

The good news though is that you can opt out of Get It Free passing along your information, although this may not always be the case with the companies you redeemed an offer through.

Actionable Strategies You Can Use

With this said, this WikiHow article goes over some great tips on how you can obtain free products without dealing with any hassles. Out of all the tips provided here, perhaps the most relevant to Get It Free is setting up a new email address exclusively for use when redeeming free offers.

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50 Customer Reviews for Get It Free

Average Customer Rating: 1.2
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Bottom Line: 8% would recommend it to a friend
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  • Get It Free is a spam site

    I never received even one for the free coupon or anything I jumped through the hoops with them for. I marked in their survey that I did not want energy options, yet now I am getting telephone calls multiple times a day. I am on the Federal Do Not Call List, however, the companies now say they have the authorization to call because of this site. I wish I could sue the heck out of this company!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Horrible company

    • Medford, NY,
    • Apr 19, 2017

    Somehow they got my e-mail address. They send me e-mails every day to get free items. It is not ever the case. They send you through lists and lists of surveys, and you never get the item that they originally said you would get. I have tried everything to "unsubscribe" from their e-mails, but they are still sending them to me every day, at least two or three. I am going to report them if they don't stop sending me e-mails. Unsubscribe means to STOP sending me e-mails! It's harassing and annoying.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 3 out 3 people found this review helpful

    Deceptive - do not sign up

    • Missouri,
    • Apr 18, 2017

    I don't normally leave comments or reviews online, but after dealing with telemarketers for days I feel it's my duty to warn the next person.

    After signing up a few days ago, I have received non-stop phone calls from telemarketers. NON-STOP. Each telemarketer was even more rude and crass than the last. A woman argued with me that I asked to receive those calls. To my, "I want you to stop calling me, I said this earlier" she responded, "no you didn't." Me: "yes, I did." Her: "no, you didn't." Seriously!? It's like it was a game to her. She proceeded to talk over me and say that I asked to be called. It was very infuriating. And imagine that, six times a day.

    There is no way a person can benefit from this company. Every survey you take leads you to a different page. I regret signing up, and I hope my warnings deter anyone from making the same error I did. To the core, this company is manipulative and deceptive.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Garbage

    I enjoy going through the entire fake process. It is a scam. They only want information so that they can try to sell you other products and services. What a joke! Do not fall for this. You will get nothing.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 12 out 12 people found this review helpful

    A complete scam!

    I have NEVER gotten any of the samples I jumped through hoops to secure! I visited the site a lot at first, then less and less, as I never received so much as a packet of shampoo from all those surveys. And the surveys never changed in the two years I visited the site. I mean the SAME questions for the SAME products in the SAME order.

    There is no customer service at all, and the links to the products they promote are often laden with malware or simply begin yet another endless loop of surveys that go nowhere. If you actually get to the end of one (completed every step, etc.), they take your address and promise a confirmation email that never comes. And if it does come, the link it gives just starts another survey for that very item. Don't waste your time!

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 11 out 11 people found this review helpful

    ZERO samples

    • Lake Genava, WI,
    • Mar 31, 2017

    They constantly send emails even after you unsubscribe. If you click on anything, it just asks you a bunch of "survey" questions, and then brings you to their website where the "offer" you clicked on isn't there. And if you click on anything else, it's a big circle, and you got back to answering the same questions. They have nothing to give away, and lawyers will be on them soon with a class action suit.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 49 out 50 people found this review helpful

    Upset

    • Texas,
    • Feb 17, 2017

    I click on one thing, and I have to take a survey, but it never mentions what I clicked on from the start. This is really a waste of everybody's time, and I am really ticked.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 55 out 55 people found this review helpful

    Don't bother

    I've had a HUGE amount of SPAM email since I signed up for this website. I've gotten persistent sales calls for solar panels on both the cell and house phones, and a few people have my cell number. I can trace it back to the Get it Free website. Since subscribing six months ago, I can tell you I have not gotten even one offer.

    I now mark their incoming mail as spam. Save yourself the aggravation, and don't subscribe in the first place.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 38 out 39 people found this review helpful

    Bogus site

    You can sign up as many times as you like and you still will not receive any "free samples." I am so glad I gave them a fake phone number and date of birth. I believe they are just after your information. They certainly don't send free samples. Don't give this website your information. I started receiving quite a few unwanted email messages after.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 60 out 62 people found this review helpful

    Scam plus

    • California,
    • Jan 30, 2017

    I signed up and requested the "Free DeWalt" sample. After answering a myriad of questions, I have still never received ANY samples.

    This company is a scam. I do NOT understand how it can have a positive internet presence (as the author of this article claims).

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 63 out 63 people found this review helpful

    Get It Free promises

    • Moreno Vallley, California,
    • Jan 21, 2017

    They overwhelm you with so many surveys that you get tired and quit before you get to the free item. All the while, they have collected all of your data.

    By the time you quit, you feel violated and to boot, you can't unsubscribe because they have two questions that conflict with each other.

    The first option is "at what frequency do you want to receive emails (daily or weekly)" and the second is "cancel all emails." Because they conflict, you get an error message, and no change is made. Thus, I had to block them.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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