Thursday, October 29, 2009

FREE Snuggie

Click HERE to get your FREE Snuggie! The shipping is FREE as well!

Thanks to Bridget, who learned about this on the local ABC news site.

Note the small print on the order form about the fact that they will be calling you to complete a brief survey. If that sounds like too much of a hassle, this freebie may not be worth it for you. I am always skeptical of scams, but I was willing to take a risk on this one since I didn't have to give a credit card number. Besides, I don't mind answering a few questions on the phone. I ordered mine on October 29 and I haven't received my phone call yet. I'll let you know how the process goes, though!
Here's the fine print at the bottom of the form:

Please ensure that you enter a valid phone number. You will be contacted via phone by one of our representatives to conduct a brief survey.

We may attempt to reach you via telephone to conduct a brief survey, discussing your thoughts on the product received. Our phone call will be placed shortly after receiving the product or sample, and should last no more than 15 minutes. Our call will be placed between 10AM and 5PM, Monday to Saturday. If we do not receive an answer from our first call, we will wait a few days and attempt a second. We will place a maximum of 3 calls, at which point we may contact you via email asking that you phone our offices. While this phone call is not mandatory, it fuels our promotions and helps us continue to offer free products and samples. It is for everyone's benefit that you take our brief survey.

We will also collect data on whether the product is made of sturdy materials, is exactly as advertised, and contains no flaws and is in perfect running condition. This information is used to assess the worthiness of a product, and may be sent directly to the manufacturer.

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  1. That link goes to is the official Snuggy site. A whois lookup shows that their domain registrant information does not match either. Scam.

  2. Thank you for that information. I'm always skeptical of scams, as well. However, I don't think it's necessarily a scam just because it's not the original manufacturer's website (other companies sell this product besides the manufacturer).

    You are always taking a risk with something like this, but here's why I was willing to do it:

    1) there is a disclaimer on the form that they will call you for a survey - so they are getting something out of the deal

    2) you are only giving your address and phone number - no credit card information

    3) I found the tip on a reputable news website

    I hope it is not a scam, but that's always a possibility.