A selection of some of the free products available.
Okay, so you've watched our video and that has hopefully explained how the process works, and how many people from the UK, USA, Canada and Australia (infact FreebieJeebies is open to most countries around the world) are using this technique to gain expensive and lavish gifts for free, or next to nothing.
FreebieJeebieshave a lot of free gifts to choose from, in fact, if they sell it online then you can choose this as your free gift (as a general rule of thumb). If it's something that FreebieJeebies can't purchase online, then don't worry as FreebieJeebies can also send the cash equivalent of the gift via paypal or bank transfer.
The most common gifts people seem to go for is the Free PS4, Free Xbox One, Free iPhone and even a Free Macbook Air!
Remember it's free, so you have nothing to loose - only gain!
We understand how ludicris this statement sounds, and some readers maybe instantly screaming out "scam!", but hear me out first - you've got nothing to loose, as it doesn't cost you a single penny.
For me personally it started when the first iPhone came out, it totally revelutionised the industry and I wanted in to the exclusive club, but unfortunately for me I couldnt afford the contract or the purchase price of a brand spanking iPhone (being a student and all). So I tried looking for some alternative methods; in which I first tried my luck at the 'penny auctions'. 'Penny Auctions' in principle sounded really cool, and incase your unfamiliar of the concept, the lowest bid wins the product. Personaly for me, I had no luck and instead wasted some of my cash (which may of been a decent amount to put towards the iPhone). Luckily, I'm not a big gambler so I knew when to quit.
I did A LOT of research online to see other methods of getting my hands on a cheap iPhone, and after a few long days and nights I stubled across freebiejeebies, freebiejeebies is in fact an incentive site. For those whom are unfamiliar with the workings of an incentive site (like I once), this is how it works, basically a load of big name companies ranging from the biggest brands in gambling (William Hill, Gala, etc) to banking (santander, capital one etc) pay to get people on board - they use a third party affiliate website (such as affiliatewindow.com and cj.com) to gain marketeers, sponsors and incentive websites to promote their products. For every customer an incentive website such as freebiejeebies gets signed up to say a gambling offer (whereby the customer only needs to spend as little as £5), freebieejeebies probably make around £50-£60 ($100 USD).
Now, you probably don't need to be a marketing genius to understand you need to offer your users an incentive to complete these 'offers' via your website, right? well in return for completing offers via freebiejeebies, they in return credit your account with a 'green', which is the equivelent of between £17-£25. So you could signup to freebiejeebies, complete multiple offers (there are offers that do not require any funding, and are completely free) - just to put this into perspective, to claim a free PS4 you would need to complete 18 offers (yes there is 18 offers than require £5 or less deposit, thats a total spending of £90, for a £300+ product), there is also at least 2 completely free offer to complete - so make that £80 you would need to spend for a free ps4 - you're probably thinking "not bad! but the article says 100% discount?!"... your right, and there is one final bit of the process which I have forgot to mention... you don't have to complete the offers yourself, you can infact get friends and family to complete them for you! but here is a method, why not create a blog, or flyers and promote your referral link and get strangers to complete the offers for you? then you would have a completly free PS4 or even a free iPhone, infact any product you wish. It's worth just me quickly mentioning about choosing the right offers to complete, yes free offers are good, and do the job just as good as any of the other offers on freebiejeebies. However, I particularly enjoy the gambling offers, as some some cost just £5, you have a chance of winning and they tend to go 'green' much quicker ('green' is a term used to describe a completed offer).
When I discovered this method, and I'll be honest I never went for my free iPhone straight away - I tested the process out by completing two offers and got myself a free iPod Nano. When verified it worked, it then took me just under a week to get friends and family to complete some of my offers and I recieved my free iPhone shortly after (and it did not disappoint, in fact because it was free it was that bit more satisfying). What I did after this was setup my own blog that was getting around 1,500 visits a day, and I was having several PS3's (the latest sony console at the time) delivered to me each week - this carried on for six whole months, until I sold the website. I'm now back again, and willing to share the secrets of how to gain free gifts.
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Claim a free iPhone 4 to the upcoming iPhone 6 (pre-order).
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Claim a free iPad / iPad mini, including the latest version.