Legitimate Freebies

Many online freebie offers, especially those who offer to mail you a free t-shirt, free mug, free gadget, free memory stick or free magazine, are usually not what they seem to be. If you are a student who fills up a request form for a free memory stick, what would you expect to receive? Most likely you will receive lots of marketing spam or CPA offers about student loan, student scholarship, weight loss, acne treatment, or dating…

Sometimes, intangible freebie offers are more likely to be legitimate, e.g. free online service, free web hosting, free pc game, free eBook, or free online storage, and etc.

Origin Free PC Game – The current free pc games are Battlefield 3 and Plants vs. Zombies™ Game of the Year Edition. Free?! What’s the catch? There’s no catch. Grab full games, expansions and more at absolutely no cost. Just make sure to act fast because On the House specials can appear and disappear at any time.

hubiC Free Cloud Storage – You can test out the hubiC service by signing up their free 25 GB online storage. How much can you store with 25 GB? You can store over 6,000 high-res photos, 416 hours of music in .mp3 format, 12.5 hours of video in DVD format for free…

KoboReads Free First in Series – If you’re looking for some new reads, Kobo is running a promotion right now, you can pick up a bunch of free titles for a limited time. There is a lot to see ranging from Romance, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Mysteries & Thrillers, Horror, to Erotica. There are over 40 titles to download so you will want to download them all while you can!

IMSLP Free Music Score and Sheet Music – If you play any musical instrument, make sure to visit Petrucci Music Library for some free music scores and sheet music. There are scores and sheet music for classical music, opera, non operatic-vocals, and more, totalling over 230000 scores that are available for download, and the repository is growing daily.

edX: Free Online Courses from Harvard, MIT… – EdX offers interactive online classes from the world’s best universities like MIT, Harvard, Berkeley and many others. Topics include biology, business, chemistry, computer science, economics, finance, electronics, engineering, food and nutrition, history, humanities, law, literature, math, medicine, music, philosophy, physics, science, statistics and more. This is a great way to challenge yourself and to learn new things. You will get online access to lectures tools, and real course materials.