21 Amazon Review Sites to Get Free Products

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Most of us shop online because it is convenient and can save us money.

That is one reason why Amazon has become so popular and is arguably the most successful e-commerce site in Internet history. Now, it is even possible to shop for free when you shop through Amazon review sites.

If the prospect of free products sounds appealing to you, then you need to check out these sites to start saving money today!

Note: Getting something in exchange for an Amazon review is against Amazon’s Terms of Service and can get your review account banned.

How Amazon Review Sites Work

Before we find out which sites can allow you to get free products, there are a few important details to cover. These Amazon review sites partner with sellers to offer products for free or at a steep discount in exchange for a review.

Due to recent changes to Amazon’s customer review policy, most of these sites might require that you place a disclaimer stating you purchased the product at a discount price.

Although these sites no can no longer require you to write an Amazon review to get the discount.

However, some sites can require you to leave a social media review to get the discount. These sites issue the discount on PayPal after you post the review.

You complete the entire sale through Amazon and enter a discount or promo code on the checkout screen to get the lower price. You will still be responsible for any shipping costs.

It’s possible to waive the shipping costs when you sign up for Amazon Prime or Amazon Student.

These discount codes will often be for at least 50% off. As Amazon still wants to maintain a high level of credibility for the customer reviews, sites don’t offer as many free products as they did in the past.

Most sites offer a 90% discount, at best.

Also, each Amazon review site can limit how many discounts you can redeem each month. Limiting discounts ensures other customers can also find great deals.

Unlike Amazon’s in-house Vine review program that is invitation only, anybody can apply to become a shopper on these Amazon review sites.

If you like trying out products and leaving honest feedback, you are an excellent candidate for reviewing products sold on Amazon.

Top Amazon Review Sites

These are the best Amazon review sites from which to choose. As you will notice, there are many different sites to choose from, and each one will have a varied product selection to complement your shopping needs.

Each site might only offer a limited number of discounts per item. If all the discounts are claimed on one site, check to see if the item is on more sites.

You may still be able to get the free product on another review site.

1. Rebaid

rebaid - free bike lights from amazon

Rebaid is easily one of the best Amazon shopping portals. You can earn rebates up to 100% of the product purchase price. However, most rebates are between 90% and 25% back.

Leaving a review is optional to earn the rebate. You only need to activate the offer from the Rebaid website before buying.

There’s no limit to how many products offers you can redeem each day. However, you only redeem one offer per product. There are a limited number of rebates each day. If the offer you want is sold out today, check again tomorrow.

Payment can be sent in as little as three days after Rebaid confirms your purchase. Your payment options are mailed paper checks or direct bank deposit.

2. Snagshout

Snagshout is one of the most popular review sites because you can theoretically test one new product every day when you redeem a “snag.” You get a new snag every two days and can accumulate up to five snags at once.

They will send you a regular newsletter to make it easier to find snags.

An easy way to find the best deals on Snagshout is searching for the lowest price or largest discount. Here, you will see the lowest prices for every product category.

While the deals are always changing, one example from this section is a premium Berberine supplement for a 95% discount.

Buying the same product directly from Amazon would cost $19.95. With Snagshout, you get it for only 90 cents! It’s the same product for a whole lot less money. Snagshoutissues your refund 30 days after the purchase date.

3. Vipon

Vipon offers a variety of products for 50% to 100% off and is also one of the oldest review sites. Although most discounts are only up to 80% off. They were previously known as AMZ Review Trader. It is free to join and a great option if you want to test several products at once.

One advantage to shopping on Vipon is that you can apply to try 20 products at once. The downside is that each merchant must separately approve your request.

Many other review sites treat deals as “first come first serve” with instant approval. The merchants from Vipon might approve you by the next business day, or it can take several weeks.

Once you receive your trial products, you have two weeks to complete a review. Once you provide the review, you can apply for more products to test.

4. Deal Go!Go!Go!

Deal Go!Go!Go! is a relatively new review site but many shoppers like it because you can apply for up to 10 products at once and be automatically approved.

Most products are 50% to 99% off, and there are a few free products as well after the discount is applied.

For example, you can try out a plastic bread cutting slicer for free or buy women’s clothing and purses for $30 (70% off the regular price of $100).

Most of the product categories are for fashion, electronics, health, home, and mom & baby. Their inventory is expanding, but Deal Go!Go!Go! is still a relatively new and growing review site.

To never miss a deal, install their Dealgogogo browser extension. This extension applies all known coupon codes so you save money on your Amazon purchases.

5. Elite Deal Club

Elite Deal Club is unique in that they do not require you to place a review for products purchased at a discount. Their homepage even states they are not a review site or endorsed by Amazon.

If you like no strings attached, this might be your best way to get free products sold on Amazon! Most deals are 50% to 100% off.

You can start claiming offers at 10 am EST. Until 2 pm EST, you can only claim one offer. After 2 pm EST, you can claim unlimited offers. Amazon Prime members get free shipping for most offers.

Elite Deal Club sends out a daily email with 100-200 offers. Many people recommend Elite Deal Club for electronics and accessories including phone cases.

You also have the opportunity to win free Amazon gift cards by shopping with Elite Deal Club too.

6. Giveaway Service

For high-end products worth at least $50, take a look at Giveaway Service. You do need to be approved by each seller before you can receive the discount. They also offer a lot of free giveaways too.

You can test cameras and wireless speakers for deeply discounted prices. It’s even possible to get free cell phone cases too. Products are available from the many different product categories listed on Amazon.

This can be your best option if you have a large online following.

7. Cashbackbase

Cashbackbase is one of the few Amazon review sites to still offer free products. Quickly find these 100% free offers by clicking “Freebies.” Like other sites, most offers have a 50% to 80% discount.

To claim offers, you must redeem rewards points. You earn points by inviting friends and completing tasks in Cashbackbase. One task is leaving a quality product review. Plus you get 2,000 points when you join.

This is the minimum number of points you need to start claiming offers.

8. EtekCitizen

If you like trying out new tech products, EtekCity is a good place to begin shopping. What is unique about them is that they only sell products they produce with the EtekCity brand label.

By enrolling in the EtekCitizen program, you can receive discounted promotions and free giveaways. EtekCitizen is broken down into four different product categories: healthy living, smart living, active living, and practical living.

A few of the products you can buy include scales, power strips, camping supplies, and other items that can be useful for DIY projects around the house.

9. Deals for Review

Deals for Review allows you to get deals for at least 50% off. They even partner with sellers to sample products before they launch for feedback.

Most of the products available on this site are for lower-priced items. But, you can still find some good deals on items you will use.

You have two weeks to complete a review once the item is received.

10. AMZRC

AMZRC has a wider inventory than most sites because their seller fees are lower. The savings are passed onto you, the shopper, with more coupon codes.

So, more people can try out a single product, and there are more discounted and free products from which to choose!

It is easy to filter the deals for free (or nearly free) products. There is a sliding bar that allows you to adjust the range of the discount. You can also view discounts by category or keyword.

Most of the deals will be found in the electronics, sports & outdoors, and clothing, shoes, and jewelry categories.

11. Home Product Testing

Home Product Testing has a relatively smaller base with only 28,000+ registered product testers. They do have good offers if you are looking for products to use in your kitchen or around your house.

It is also possible to try out supplements, fashion accessories, and other items like sleeping bags.

To take advantage of the discounts, you apply to test a specific product, and the seller will email you the discount code if approved.

Reviews are optional to reflect the changes in Amazon’s terms and conditions regarding customer feedback in exchange for discounted and free products.

12. Oz Naturals

Oz Naturals is another review site that only sells products for their brand. In this case, you can review skin care products for only a few dollars.

This site can be a good option for the health-conscious as Oz Naturals only use natural and organic active ingredients.

You can test eight different types of their products ranging from cleanser to moisturizer to sunscreen.

Most products cost $1.95 each after you use the discount code sent to you by email.

13. Jump Send

Jump Send has some of the best deals on the Internet. Physical items are not free, but their prices come close. Discounts shave up to 90% off the purchase price.

You can find many items as low as 10 cents. Sometimes, you can even buy something for a penny before shipping. Jump Send seems to be one of the few Amazon review sites offering ebooks. This is almost like getting paid to read.

Because of their large inventory and excellent deals, they are also one of the fastest-growing review sites. Their site is also fairly easy to navigate which is a plus.

14. Social Nature

Test natural products at Social Nature. You get to test products and share your review on social media. You earn points with each review to get member-only discounts.

Start testing products by sharing your interests with Social Nature. For instance, you might be able to sample organic food. Other samples include sparkling kombucha and organic toothpaste.

15. Blue Ribbons Review

Blue Ribbons Review has discounts of at least 50%. You can also receive exclusive deals through their email that can be higher than those listed on the website. And, you can request products you currently do not see on their site as well.

In addition to Amazon deals, you can also find discount codes for sites like:

  • Best Buy
  • eBay
  • Etsy
  • Flipkart
  • Walmart

Deals come and go. Check back regularly to see the latest offerings.

16. TestZon

TestZon was only launched in 2016 and already shows multiple signs of being a great place to shop for nearly free. If it isn’t already, TestZon needs to be on your shortlist.

They have products for almost every category imaginable. Your options include video game headsets, swim goggles and clothing. If something isn’t free, you can find many other items for sale for only a few pennies.

17. Tomoson

Over 90,000 influencers test products through Tomoson. It’s free to create an account. You can register with your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter account.

After linking your social media accounts, you can try partnering with brands. If you have a large following, brands may reach out to you.

18. GMYLE

If you like customized cases for your smartphone and other technology devices but don’t want to pay top dollar, you will like GMYLE. Membership is open to the United States and western Europe.

By signing up for their Laboratory Programme, you can sample two products for free each month. They have some eye-catching designs that include marble, wood and galaxy patterns. These products can definitely turn some eyes.

19. Arctic

Arctic has partnered with Ryzen and Intel to test their electronics cooler units as a product tester. Their site can be a “cool” option if you like to make money playing games online.

Their products are top-notch, and they are also partnering with two other prestigious computer technology developers. Using this site can be a great opportunity to help influence the marketplace.

20. Review.Directory

Review.Directory is another review site that allows you to sample free products and share your reviews on Amazon or other social media channels. You will be emailed promotions from a campaign director.

This site can also be a good option for bloggers as some sellers also want to run giveaways. In addition to reviewing the product yourself, you can potentially get paid to help others enjoy the product.

21. UberZon

Another free Amazon review site is UberZon. You can test a variety of products for at least 70% off the normal price. Leaving a review is optional.

Other sites may still require you to leave a review on Facebook. That’s not the case with UberZon.

If you like the idea of hassle-free product testing, UberZon can be a worthy option.

Summary

Just as you can buy almost anything on Amazon, it is also possible to get almost anything for free or nearly free. You can join as many programs as you like to get more deals.

Joining a mailing list or Facebook page is a good way to qualify for exclusive deals.

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    Comments

    1. The list is really great and helpful. Thanks for a nice share.

      • You are very welcome. Happy saving!

      • Yeah, this is really nice.

      • I recently found a website called dealsgo. They still offer free Amazon items and some deals at really low prices.

        • Thanks for letting other readers know about this with your comment. I may have to check that out too!

    2. This is a very important job because our reviews weigh heavy on whether the product is successful.

      • They do indeed. Several bad reviews can be a death sentence for a product. While good feedback is important, honest feedback is essential.

      • It’s not a job.

        Reviews are meant to help customers, not sellers.

        • I don’t think she meant a job in a strict sense of the word. I believe she meant it more in the sense that it is important to do reviews – it’s an important task to do.

    3. Product Review Club is closed.

      • That stinks to hear that. I just checked their website and they don’t show any indication of being closed (yet). We will try to keep the community updated on any changes with Product Review Club.

    4. iLoveToReview is closed.

      • 🙁 Thanks for letting us know!

    5. Thanks for providing the list, but I wonder if all of them are genuine.

      • There’s always a chance for a scam, and websites come and go. With any website, only invest a small amount of money (if any) before you buy a lot of products to sell to make sure you like working with the site and to make sure it isn’t a scam.

      • None of these are genuine. These are sites that go against the terms of service of Amazon.

        Only VINE reviews are legitimate sites.

        • That’s one opinion. Other’s may disagree…

        • I was a Vine reviewer for over a decade. Most took it seriously, but some grabbed items just for resale. Companies paid Amazon to have their products be Vine reviewed. The only distinction between the programs is quality of items (Vine better) and whether Amazon is making money off the reviews.

    6. I loved your list! Of course, I love to review, too. Skiva appears to be out for the count.

      • Thanks for the heads up! We’ve updated the list.

    7. Thanks for all the information!

      • You’re welcome!

    8. This was very helpful.

      • Thank you. Happy reviewing!

    9. You forgot to mention that Amazon will eventually ban anyone using these sites from reviewing on Amazon ever again. And, that this is all a scam to skirt Amazon’s rules by unscrupulous sellers.

      • You may or may not be right. Time will tell.

      • You are correct if they are posting the review to Amazon itself. But, there is nothing wrong with social reviews. Trust me, I was banned from reviewing for suspicion. I don’t have a car to shop so I shop online – a lot! Also, I reviewed a lot to help other buyers because there’s nothing more annoying than buying before you have other opinions (in a store I could see the product). There is no real way to weed out fakes, so they ban reviews on whoever they feel like. I’ve had my account since Amazon started and was in the top 10k of reviewers. It’s sad!

      • Or more likely a rule to ensure that restricts profiting off vendors to Amazon, rather than letting them find their own, less expensive, means of finding reviewers.

    10. I love the amazing products on Amazon and I thank all the members of Amazon for giving us the opportunity to give reviews.

      • Amazon does have some great things to buy, don’t they!

    11. Amazon bans almost everyone from doing reviews, eventually, even if you don’t review for compensation. It’s pretty odd since the only way to get into spark is by doing reviews.

    12. Dealrice has some of the best deals and there’s no wait. You get the code right away, unlike many other sites. Dealrice’s codes have always worked for me, so far, and I have been using it for a while now. I have had issues with other site’s coupon codes not working and I tried to make contact to no avail. If you want to save and get great deals, definitely check out Dealrice!

      • I might have to check that out. Thanks for sharing!

    13. This is more high value freebies than I was getting at 3000freegoodies, which were mostly free samples but not $50 items like you mentioned. Thanks.

      • I’m glad we could help!

    14. I never even knew this world of reviewing Amazon products for free existed! I don’t know what I would do without the ability to read reviews before buying. Thanks for this!

      • I’m glad we could be of help to you! Thanks for your comments.

    15. Does anyone know a legit site I could do reviews for and receive free products, gift cards, or cash in return? A lot of sites are asking for me to purchase first, but I’m not sure how I would get my money back. Any information would help. Thank you.

      • Check out the links in this post to see if you can find a review site to your liking. I wish you luck!

    16. Thanks, this is so helpful.

      • You’re welcome!

    17. You should remove the TestZon company from your list. They were good in the beginning, but now most of the sellers want you to leave a review on Amazon. This is against their rules and leaves you at risk of being banned from leaving future reviews. They are also refusing to refund your money, like they say, thru PayPal. Sellers can report buyers, but buyers can’t report sellers.

    18. I appreciate everyone’s reviews above to help me decide on what to do to be able to write reviews for discounted products. I’m an an avid Amazon shopper (why wouldn’t anyone be?), so I’ll just stick with Amazon. I definitely wouldn’t want to be banned from that site!

    19. Elite Deal Club is great!
      I’ve been doing reviews there for at least 2 years. They offer a variety of products to try: reviews are optional. The only bad part of it is, in my opinion, the way the products are offered. They offer products 3 times a day at specific times: mornings, afternoons, and evenings. So, you have to be ready at the exact times they offer them and try to get them before they run out of coupons for each product.

      The morning release is the best. It offers more products than the other times and has all the really good products. You can only get a coupon for 1 product in the morning. Luckily, they usually offer the same product for a week or 2, at that morning time. So, if there is something you really want to try, but you aren’t fast enough to get a coupon the 1st time you see the product, then make sure you are there at the morning release the next day(s). When you look again, scroll quickly searching for that particular product and hope for the best! There have only been a few things that I wasn’t able to get if I was patient but persistent.

      They offer both free and highly discounted products. If you see something that you want to try, you just click the ‘Get Coupon’ button and you immediately get a coupon code to use at check out. There have been times when the code didn’t work, but 90% of the time, they do. Some products I’ve received from them are: (in no particular order) phone cases, ear buds, chargers, wooden cutting boards, kitchen cooking tools, grill mats, grilling tools, beauty products, essential oils, USB lamps, a standing coat/hat rack, shoe storage, large dog rate, large dog bed, and pet supplies. Like I said, there’s a variety. I hope this helps someone!

      • Thanks for sharing your experience!

    20. Elite deal club is pretty much dead. Instead of 75-90% off, you are lucky to find 50% off. Most items are barely discounted at all (10-20%).

      • Neither we nor their website promises the deep discounts you mention. However, we appreciate your viewpoint and comments.

    21. Thank you for this great list. I’m excited to work my way through it. I have been getting great deals with Vipon, Snagshout, and Elite Deals for the past couple of years, and just recently ZonDeals. I have to agree with one of the reviews on Elite Deals. I seldom even look at that sight any more. I used to get great deals, but it’s been months since anything was a deal. Their prices aren’t even discounted in many cases, but I check occasionally, hoping they will come back. I haven’t gotten anything for free from those sites, but I have gotten some great deals. It’s worth it to glance at them first, and I like giving honest reviews, as I rely on them myself.

      • Thanks for sharing your viewpoint and comments! I’m glad you are getting good deals. 🙂

    22. Is it normal to get an email from a company offering to refund us for a product after we gave the review? I’m not sure if it is legit. It was for Rexing (cameras on cars).

      • I don’t think you are wrong to be wary. Although I’ve never heard of that happening, you might be able to check the company’s policies, terms and conditions, or FAQ’s to see if you find anything about that. At the least you can look at their refund and return policies. Barring that, you can also contact them directly to ask if that is a normal course of action for them.

    23. You need to tell the truth and stop misleading people. It is a flat-out violation of Amazon rules to leave a review in exchange for getting a free or discounted product. If Amazon finds out you are doing this, they are within their rights to terminate your Amazon account and often do so. You’re not telling people this because you’re getting paid for every referral you send to the sites on this list. You’re padding your own pockets and not caring what happens to the people you lie to. You’re scum!

      • Actually, you can leave a review and receive free or discounted stuff. Read all of the wording of the policy and you will see that there are restrictions, but it can be done if you follow their rules.

    24. Another one is PPOC Club (Product Proof of Concept). It’s currently on a waitlist to get in, but you purchase product and they reimburse you 100% via PayPal once the item has shipped from Amazon. It’s limited product for the most part, a ton of supplements, but I have gotten a french press, workout gloves, cleaners, kids toys among several other items. You are not required to leave a review and you get an incentive payment for each item you purchase, anywhere from $1.50 – $4.00. You can only purchase 2 items a day though. Once your incentive cash hits $25 they cash you out automatically into your Paypal account. In a month I have gotten 70 items all fully reimbursed and an additional $150 cash.

      • Thanks for the info!

    25. By far the best out there right now is Rebaid. More free Amazon products than any other platform!

      • Thanks for the suggestion!

    26. Jennifer G Finley:
      I got an email (was in junk mail) from a Jennifer with an invitation to join the Amazon Reviewer Club. Saying I could get 10 samples free if I join.
      Just was wondering if you are the Jennifer or was it a scam?
      I didn’t kept it I deleted it. It sounded too good to be true so I figured it was a scam.
      But I saw a Jennifer here, so I was wonder if you were that Jennifer?

    27. Hi, there. Thanks for all of the information. I found that some of the sites are not available anymore and their links direct to a 404 page. I would like to suggest a review website for you!
      It is Cashbackbase, a website that offers free items on Amazon. You buy the items from Amazon and they pay you the full payment. You can submit reviews for the items your purchase at a later time. A very useful site to get free items and save money. You may want to check it out or review it!

      • Thansk Lynn! We will work on getting this updated.

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    29. That’s really kind of you To share somme good information Luke this. I try To join trust review network but i doesn’t work. Anyway, AGAIN, thank you and have happy holidays.
      Stay bless

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