These 12 Companies Happily Send Out Free Samples by Mail

Updated June 16, 2020 by Kyle
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I absolutely love free samples, especially the ones that show up in the mail and require very little effort on my part. From the aisles at Costco, to the companies that will send out their products for you to try, they’re a fun no-brainer way to try new stuff. It’s with this in mind that I found a bunch of companies that will send out samples for free by mail, often with NO strings attached. I’ll be sure to keep this article up-to-date as I find new companies that offer freebies. Here’s my current list.

Free Samples: The 12 Companies Who'll Send Out Free Samples

Breathe Right Strips

Breathe Right nasal strips is happy to send you a free sample to try out at home.

Just visit this page to sign-up for your sample. Expect about 2 weeks for delivery.

Thanks Yari for the tip!

Gillette

Sign-up for the Gillette newsletter and score free samples, coupons, and exclusive offers.

I’ve personally receive free razors and shaving cream at least twice a year for the past few years.

Home School.com

Become a product tester with HomeSchool.com and get cool free books, kits, and school supplies to test out.

They never release a product without running it by their testers first which gives you a great opportunity to score a bunch of great free samples.

Johnson & Johnson

Sign-up for J&J’s “Friends & Neighbors” program and you’ll get regular invitations to test out new products.

Your opinion is very important to Johnson & Johnson and they’re willing to give you a bunch of free products in exchange for your honest thoughts.

Tampax

Just visit this page and follow the instructions to create a Proctor & Gamble account.

Once you have an account, they let you choose the Tampax product you want to test out.

McCormick

Become a product tester (panelist) with McCormick and they’ll send you spice samples by mail to test out on a regular basis.

You must be 18 years of age unless you have a parent or guardian’s approval.

Pinch Me

The folks at Pinch Me will send you a ton of samples in exchange for your opinion.

Top brands include Kraft, P&G, Hallmark, Starbucks, Kellogg’s, Loreal, Pfizer, and Revlon to name a few.

The best part is they send the samples for free based on the types of products you’re interested in.

Proctor & Gamble

P&G has teamed up with Bzzagent to deliver free samples to your doorstep.

And the best fart it’s completely free to join.

Some samples are delivered with no catch, some require you to answer a few questions about your experience with the product, and some ask you to talk about it on social media.

They’ll send you BzzKits with a bunch of samples from brands like Crest, Always, Downy, Tide, Olay, and Mr. Clean to name a few.

Sephora

If you love Sephora, or are curious about their beauty line, visit their free samples web page.

Simply select 3 free samples, add them to your basket, and get them sent for free. The one catch is they do require you to purchase something at regular price to get the free samples.

Similac

Join their StrongMoms program and get up to $400 in free perks.

These include free baby formula samples and a bunch of coupons for future Similac purchases.

Snuggle

If you’re a fan of Snuggle fabric softener, why not get a bunch of free samples by mail when you sign-up for their Snuggle Bear Den club.

Vocal Point

Sign-up for free with Vocal Point and get a ton of free samples from up and coming companies as well as new-concepts on products that already exist.

In return they’ll ask for your thoughts and opinions.

Ask the Reader: What companies have you discovered that send out free samples by mail on a regular basis? Let me know and I’ll get them added ASAP.


By Kyle James

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Kim Keezer

Anytime I’ve tried this in the past you have to take a survey that goes on forever and keeps repeating itself then they want u to subscribe to one or more offers

Carol Y

I signed up with Johnson & Johnson, McCormick, and General Mills. Thanks! They seem genuinely interested in opinions.

I’ve been signed up with Betty Crocker for a long time, but haven’t heard anything for quite a while. They send recipes consistently tho.

P&G pretty much just sends ads, coupons and a monthly contest.

yari

breath rite strips also give you a free sample for snore strips

Ann W

Yeah l found your site somewhat interesting.It would probably be a good ideal for you to upgrade your site with more companies that offer more freebies and offers.

Tiffany Thomason

Please update!!!

Brittany Hayman

Please remove your home address! This is very dangerous and people can steal your info!

Jenn

The General Mills Advisory Panel no longer exists as of 11/2018. This should be removed. Sephora is offering 2, not 3, free samples, only with a purchase. Snuggle didn’t offer immediate sample or suggest one would be mailed so perhaps it’s after you go thru all the surveys you get one?

Mary Hernandez

I would like to know how to receive free samples? What do I have to do.thank you Mary

WILMA T BROWN

The place to register asks for a user name there is no place to add a user name

Candace Sommerfeld

As a member of Lions International my club is wanting to make up packages for women in crisis. We will be finding used purses, makeup bags etc and need to fill them with essentials for women who have been abused and have had to run from their homes with nothing other than what they are wearing at the time. Also need items for children in this situation.

Candace Sommerfeld

Looking for someone who will donate samples for our Lions Club to make up care packages for women and children in crisis. we have a safe house in our town and would like to make up packages for each resident as they come in which would include some essentials until they can get into better circumstances. Would you be able to help?

Ashley

Hello, love your comment. I’d like to know more information email me at [email protected] hope to hear from you soon.

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