How to claim a completely free iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle, iPad 2, iPhone 4 and a wide range of other great free gifts.
We are dedicated to providing an honest, to-the-point guide to how you can receive a free Apple iPod, and in exchange we ask you to read on with an open mind. For those who have an iPod already, and aren’t seeking an upgrade, our freebie network FreebieJeebies offers a virtually endless choice of other gifts, including sums of money.
How is the iPod paid for?
Companies have always used incentives to attract loyal new customers. How many times have you been offered a free gift voucher when shopping online? The free wireless router with your broadband package? How many hairdressers have you been to that don’t offer a loyalty card? Successful businesspeople understand that money spent on attracting customers pays off.
So how does this form of incentive marketing pay for your iPod? In exchange for one new customer trialling their services (this can range from starting a phone contract to playing £1 in the National Lottery), companies will pay the freebie network FreebieJeebies £17. When you refer a friend to complete a single offer on FreebieJeebies, you will receive £17. If you refer just 7 people, you will have raised enough for an iPod Nano. So why would your friends sign up to FreebieJeebies and complete an offer? Because they too can refer friends and receive their own free gifts.
Here are just some of the offers available:
|Rent a DVD with free postage||LoveFilm|
|Enter the lottery for £1||The National Lottery|
|Start a new bank account||Santander, Halifax, Western Union|
|Start a website||1and1, Intuit, GoDaddy, FastHosts|
|Spend up to £10 on online betting||Gala, William hill, PKR, BingoLiner, Virgin, JackpotJoy, eToro, The Sun|
|Get a mobile phone contract||Orange, T-Mobile, Three|
|Take out insurance for your car or home||M&S, Debenhams, Kwik Fit|
|Switch Broadband providers||BT, Sky, Plusnet, TalkTalk, Orange|
What are these offers? Are they paid for?
An offer can be a number of things, such as taking out insurance, taking a free trial or even entering the lottery! FreebieJeebies has a vast array of offers for you to select.
However, several things remain constant whichever one you choose:
- There will be no hidden costs
- You only ever need to complete one
- Your personal information will never be misused- these companies operate under the Data Protection Act
Who are FreebieJeebies? What do they do?
Established in 2007 and now serving millions of satisfied freebie hunters such as ourselves, FreebieJeebies acts as the bridge between you and the companies. They are responsible for creating a system by which people can complete an offer, and make sure that you receive the free gifts that you earn. They profit by taking a small commission from the money that comes from the offer companies, so small that it barely affects how much you earn. However, taking into account the sheer amount of money being transferred, they are able to make a good amount of profit too.
The FreebieJeebies team are incredibly friendly, and try hard to cater for all of your needs. They are visible and approachable on the FreebieJeebies support site, as well as the popular UK freebie forum eXceem.
Am I limited to receiving a free iPod?
No! This site is orientated towards those who may wish to receive a free iPod. The brilliant reality is that, by placing a Custom Order, there are virtually no limits to what you can receive! Be it money through PayPal or an item from most online stores (except eBay, for obvious reasons), you can receive whatever you like! Furthermore, you can receive as many gifts as you want, providing that you have enough referrals.
Some dedicated users of FreebieJeebies tell us of their experiences.
When I first signed up to FreebieJeebies I was very skeptical. However, I completed my offer and gained my referrals. Within about a week I received my free Xbox 360 Slim and I’ve never looked back since. Customer support is second to none! Highly impressed.
John Youle, Isle of Wight
I have been with FreebieJeebies since July 2010. When I first started within a month I had got 29 Greens in 15 Days! So far I have had a Xbox 360 Slim, PS3 Slim and £391 as a Bank Transfer. It’s So simple, and I hardly did any hard work.
Kaysar A, London
Featured on the BBC
Tom Carver, of the BBC’s Newsnight, assesses this method of claiming a free iPod.
“It’s getting harder and harder for a
company to reach a customer, which is why they are prepared to pay them.”
- Tom Carver
For more information and advice on how to get your free iPod, do take a look around this website. Do also feel free to contact us through the link in the sidebar.
Free iPod received?
Once you’ve received your free iPod from FreebieJeebies, we’d love it if you could send a picture of it to us, so that we can put it on our proof page! You can find us at the contact us page.