As a graduate, I love freebies, and I’m sure I’m not the only one! There’s no better time to get your hands on some free stuff than around Christmas. We all want to save money, and buying gifts can be really expensive. Fortunately, there are such things as freebie sites.
I know many people are skeptical about freebie sites, but there are many genuine ones out there. One of these is Gratisfaction UK, which is the country’s fastest growing website for finding the latest free stuff. The website has hundreds of freebies to suit all tastes, ranging from toiletries to chocolate to DVDs. Gratisfaction also offers gift vouchers, flash bargains and a special section dedicated to Christmas gift ideas. It’s the ideal website for saving a bit of money when buying last minute Christmas presents.
I’ve included some of my favourite freebies from Gratisfaction below:
I love the colour of this toothbrush – it is so pretty and matches my phone actually! The offer ends on 7th January so hurry!
Lindt Chocolate tastes heavenly, and it makes the perfect stocking filler or Secret Santa gift (although I think it might be a bit too late for that!). It’s so cute too!
If you know someone who loves to shop at John Lewis, why not sign up to try to win this £50 voucher? There’s a lot you can buy with that amount of money (although I do know how quickly it disappears)!
4. ASOS Tote Bag
Are you a student who loves a bit of retail therapy? Or do you have a friend who does? You can design your own tote bag over at ASOS and use it when you next go shopping. The dog one on Gratisfaction is so adorable!
And one for the guys…
As mentioned on Gratisfaction, Braun Kits are “worth lots of money”, so I’m sure the guy in your life would really appreciate receiving one as a gift.
I personally haven’t received anything from Gratisfaction, but I’ve signed up for a few freebies so I’ll let you know I I’ve had any success. In the meantime, you can find out what Natasha from Serenity You received.
Have you tried Gratisfaction? What freebies have you received? 🙂
Disclaimer: This is a collaborative post with Gratisfaction UK.