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Welcome to getting free stuff for your baby! Freebies are samples, coupons, magazines, toys, subscrptions, gifts, newsletters, anything you can get for free. Companies give these out with no shipping costs, no sign up fees, nothing. All that is required from you is your address. Sometimes a stamp is needed to mail your request for a freebie, but that's not often. Sometimes they have a quick survey for you to fill out, but it's usually very short.

We only list the best free baby items. That way you won't waste time, and you get a lot of neat items, useful coupons, and no junk emails.

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Freebies can be an excellent way to save money, but you need to understand the different types of freebies that are out there and then make sure that the freebie is not costing you money in hidden ways. Here are some of the typical types of freebies offered and what to look out for:

Free Sample: This is when a product is given away (usually in a smaller "trial" size, but full size samples can also be found from time to time) with the intention of letting you try it to see if you like it. The manufacturer is willing to give away a sample of the product in hopes that when you try it, you will like it enough to begin using it or switch to their product from a company you were previously using. These rarely carry hidden costs and probably are what most people expect when calling it a "freebie." Beware of freebies that require "just pay shipping" as you may be signing up for a monthly subscription that costs money. Read the fine print for those.

Free With Purchase: This is where you receive something at no extra cost as an add on when you purchase a certain product. While these can be good deals if you were planning to buy or need the main product being sold, you need to be careful not to purchase something you don't really need just because it comes with something free attached.

Free After Rebate: With this method, you pay for the product up front and then send in some type of proof of purchase (usually a bar code accompanied by the receipt) to get a rebate on the money you paid. While these look great while purchasing the product, it's important to read the fine print and terms before proceeding to purchase. Chances are there will be some restrictions which may make getting the rebate difficult. You want to take the time to know that you will qualify for the rebate and can receive it with relatively little work before you buy. If you don't, you may find that the freebie is not so free after all.

Free Trial: This freebie gives you a product or service at no cost for a certain period of time. Two classic examples are one month free memberships or three free issues of a magazine. As with a free sample, the companies hope that once you begin using their product or service, you will continue to do so. The point to be careful about in regards to these free offers is that you are usually required to cancel the membership or subscription once the free trial period is over. If you don't, then you will automatically begin being billed for the product or service. It is easy to forget these dates and your free trial can become quite expensive if you don't religiously keep track of the dates.

Free Reward: This is where you receive something for free after doing something or completing a task. A classic example is receiving something after filling out a survey or applying for a credit card. The issues to take into consideration and weigh are whether the time spent doing the activity is worth the reward or, in case of filling out an application, will completing the activity cost you in some other way down the road.

Free Shipping: This has become the mantra to selling on the Internet. You buy the product and receive free shipping. The problem here is that we all know that the shipping has to be paid for somewhere, so you can make an educated guess that the shipping fee is being passed onto you in some other form. Classic examples of these are "processing fees" or "handling fees" which are added to the cost of the product. Even when these don't appear outright, you can be sure that the free shipping has been factored into the cost of the product.

As you can see from the above information, free can actually end up costing you in hidden ways if you are not careful. In the end, taking the time to understand all the information and terms associated with the free offer is essential to make sure that the free offer doesn't end up costing you more than if you had never looked for it in the first place.

So Whats the Catch?

Thankfully, there is no catch. We don't charge you to look at or use the lists. We weed out all the troublesome links and you get to enjoy the freebies. This is possible because parents like you let us know if there is a problem with the links, or if there is a new freebie that needs to be listed.

Finally, don't forget to join the Baby Freebies Newsletter so you can be notified of any new baby freebies. Unlike other sites, we don't spam you with offers every day. We only send out newsletters with usefull new baby, pregnancy, or parent freebies.

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