Did you know that it’s possible to get your favorite products for free of or cost or at a fraction of the original price? Until now you would have had to pay up to $10-$15 for things like breakfast and fresh fruits. But there are easy ways that I have shared to these things for free of cost.
Here are the 5 clever ways to get free stuff
1. Join a book exchange club
Thanks to technology you don’t have to attend book exchange meetups anymore. You can log in to websites like BookMooch and share your book or ask for any book you want. That too for free. By giving your used books to others, you get points which you can later use to receive books that you want to read. What better way than this to get free stuff.
2. Pick fresh fruits right from the trees
Fresh fruits are rare to get these days. Especially if you live in a metropolitan area. And the ones that are available are loaded with harmful pesticides. With websites like fallingfruit.org, now you can easily locate the fruit-bearing trees in your city or town.
3. Get trained by fitness experts for free
You don’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to fitness experts to get you started with an exercise routine. There are some really good YouTube channels like Buff Dudes and Total Fitness Bodybuilding that can teach you all the basic to advanced exercises that you can perform at your home.
4. Use Couchsurfing
For backpackers and travelers, Couchsurfing provides free accommodation anywhere in the world. Couchsurfing is a mobile app that lets you stay with the locals for free. All you need to do is get verified for free and host some travelers at your home. This is one of the best ways to get free stuff while traveling abroad.
5. Surf the web in free wifi zones
Every city has free wifi zones that provide internet service in exchange for your email address or phone number. This works as long as you are in their wifi covered zone. Malls, railway stations, cafes, university campuses, etc are some examples of free wifi zones.
6. Visit the national park for free
The annual pass for national parks in the United States range from $35 to $60 per person. If you have a family with kids, you can easily save about $200 per year by visiting the national park on the entrance fee-free days. There are five days in 2019 on which entering a national park in the United States will cost you nothing.
- Monday, January 21 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- Saturday, April 20 – First Day of National Park Week/National Junior Ranger Day
- Sunday, August 25 – National Park Service Anniversary
- Saturday, September 28 – National Public Lands Day
- Monday, November 11 – Veterans Day
Before going for free stuff online or offline always look for traps that may be laid for you a few steps ahead. Not everything that is free of cost is good for you. But the methods mentioned in this post are 100 % legitimate ways to get free stuff.