Which? Money Quarterly today reveals dozens of ways to find free stuff, letting you furnish your home, watch the latest films, have some great nights out and even pick up some extra cash – just by heading online.
The Which? Money experts found the following top 10 fantastic freebies:
- Join the audience at recordings of top TV shows including Top Gear and The X Factor at no cost by heading to www.applausestore.com
- Book lovers can download free reads at www.gutenberg.org
- www.momentumscreenings.co.uk offers film fans free cinema tickets
- Fancy seeing a free play? Theatre-goers aged 15 to 25 can get their hands on free tickets at www.anightlessordinary.org
- One man’s trash is another man’s treasure – www.swapcycle.co.uk allows you to swap virtually any unwanted item for something you prefer
- Claim over 15 free beauty samples by registering with www.free-samples.co.uk
- Get paid cash for shopping at your favourite online retailers with cashback sites like www.quidco.co.uk
- Save on classical music with www.classical.com, which offers a specific free album every week
- www.freecycle.org matches people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them
- Give your wardrobe an overhaul with a ‘swishing party’, and exchange your unwanted clothes with your friends – www.swishing.org features forthcoming events
James Daley, editor-in-chief of Which? Money Quarterly, says: ‘If you know where to look, there’s plenty of freebies to be found online. The variety of offers is vast, and if your finances are stretched, then now’s the time to get searching.’
Which? Money Quarterly – Spring 2010 issue out now
The Spring 2010 edition of Which? Money Quarterly is available now on the high street, from Sainsbury’s, WHSmith, Tesco and leading newsagents. Full of tips and advice to maximise your cash, as well as even more top ways to get stuff for free, it’s the magazine that saves you money.
And don’t forget the other ways to make your money work harder for you. Whether it’s the best-rate savings account, the top cash Isa or a cashback credit card that actually pays you to use it, Which? reviews have all the latest deals.
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