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List of Companies to Contact for Coupons

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Want to get freebies, samples, and coupons from your favorite brands?? This list has all the companies that send out freebies, samples, and coupons!

One way to get coupons is to contact your favorite companies and let them know how much you enjoy their product. Most times the company will respond and send you coupons and/or samples of their product! Many times, you can click the “contact us” button on the companies web page to either get their email address or contact them directly.

Recently, a friend of mine went through a HUGE list of companies and researched it. She contacted each one and kept up with which ones responded and were valid. The trick with getting coupons from the companies is all how you word it. You don’t want to straight up ask for free samples or coupons. You want to compliment them and request to be put on their mailing list if they mail out coupons.

Dear ______,

My family and I recently tried your ______ product. We really enjoyed it. I prefer to purchase organic products and was pleased to see _____ makes such a product.

If you have a coupon mailing list, could you please add me to it?

{Mailing address}

Thank you for your time,

Your Name

Here is the complete list of companies you can contact for coupons and/or samples:

 

You can get instant coupons and free samples simply by signing up:

You don’t have to do all of these at once. Pick your favorite companies and contact just one to two a day. It will keep you from getting overwhelmed and you will start getting coupons and freebies in your mail box. 🙂 Just bookmark this page or pin it here to work on it when you have a few extra minutes.

Want to get freebies, samples, and coupons from your favorite brands?? This list has all the companies that send out freebies, samples, and coupons!

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