It is always a pleasant thing to be able to get free samples of products that are being offered for sale before we decide to go ahead and buy them; after all, nobody likes to “buy a big in a poke!” Different companies have different policies for handing out samples, however, and finding out what they are is an important part of becoming a regular customer of any given company. In this article, we will be dealing specifically with obtaining free samples UK — how to find them and how to qualify for them.
Qualifying for free samples
At some companies, you can get free samples unconditionally, while at others you have to make purchases, which gain you points that you can redeem later. Offers are typically made for a limited time only. During November 2016, for instance, Kenco was giving away free portions of Millicano coffee; all that was required was to fill out a form. For the next 6 months, until February 2018, they will give away 10,000, of which each customer was to receive two. Here are some other examples:
• Go Splash — “Like” their Facebook page and you get a free sample of the flavour of your choice. You can also invite a friend, fill out a form and even enter a competition in which you win a year’s supply of their product!
• Starbucks — If you register for a card with this forty-plus-year-old coffee company, you will be able to accumulate stars and get such free extras as flavourings and whipped cream.
• Krispy Kreme — Sign up as a member of their fan club and receive a glazed ring doughnut.
Websites where you can find out about free offers all over the web including reviewlatest.com, where I got the information given above.
Product testing jobs
There are numerous opportunities to test free products for money. If you want to do so, you will need to register with the company whose products you will be sampling and fill out a questionnaire about the kind of life you need. The products will be sent to you with instructions on how to use them and how to send in your response.
Free product testers need to be objective and unemotional when giving their reviews. They must also be able to give qualitative data about the items that they have used so that other potential customers can make informed decisions based thereon; they want the tester’s personal experience.