Free Christmas Gifts, Anyone?

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Christmas is here… or almost here.

By the time you know it, you will find yourself buying gifts left and right. Next thing you know, your credit cards are used up or you spend more than what you need to do.

This is what Christmas looks like for many households.

According to, just over half of the Americans plan on spending $50 or more on their most expensive gifts this Christmas season. Imagine if you have 5 people to give gifts. Yes, these gifts will cost you around $250 for 5 people. Yikes.

Christmas season is among the best seasons of the year. The festivities, the food, the holiday parties, etc. make this season a memorable one year after year.

Do you know that you can get FREE Christmas gifts this season? Yes, you read it right.

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Places To Get Free Christmas Gifts

Ready or not, here are the best places or sites to get your FREE Christmas gifts. The earlier you start, the better chance you have in getting FREE, cool, sometimes expensive/exclusive gifts you can give to your loved ones.

1. Rebates

Watch it. As Christmas gets closer, you will see more and more retailers releasing promotions in the form of rebates. This is their way to entice people to buy things from their stores.

When you see these rebates, take advantage of them especially when you are on a very tight Christmas budget.

Be on the lookout for items you can get for FREE after mail-in or instant rebates. There are plenty out there. You should also look out for items you constantly buy as rebates for these items can come at anytime.

There are places or communities where people share their rebates finds or price glitches. You’d save money and time knowing where to go for great deals. Here are some of the communities I go for great deals and rebates:


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2. Amazon Music

Who doesn’t like music? Who doesn’t like getting free subscription and getting all access to any songs?

That’s what Amazon Music is all about. If you are looking for a simple, FREE gift to anyone who lives in your household, then, why not try Amazon music. You can use this as a gift to yourself.

I’ll tell you it’s all worth it. I am a music lover.

When I signed up for Amazon Music, I was amazed that I was able to get subscribed for FREE for 30 days. The varieties of music genres, artists, among others are just outstanding.

Amazon Music beats Pandaro by thousands of miles, if you ask me.

Did I tell you it’s free for the first 30 days? Yes, it is. Plus, Amazon has a limited time promotion for $0.99 for 3 months. That’s 33 cents per month for the next 3 months. Can’t beat that!

Try Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial. Create your Amazon Music account and start listening for FREE for 30 days. If you don’t like it, you can cancel your subscription within 30 days and not get charged even a single dime.


3. MyPoints (Desktop l Mobile) account for FREE

MyPoints is one of those sites that you can earn massive points just doing what you normally do online like searching over the web, reading emails, taking surveys, among others.

Just a couple of months ago, I was able to make two $50s on two different surveys not to mention the additional $5 I obtained from taking the first five surveys.

Yes, I made two $50s in just a couple of surveys. 

What’s so unique with MyPoints? MyPoints offers a wide range of shopping choices for users and a bonus to its new members. How? Just spend $20 or more and receive a $10 balance in your account. This only applies within 30 days of membership.

With the points you get and the money you collect, you can buy gift cards or gifts for Christmas. In other words, you  can get free Christmas gifts with MyPoints.

Click now to create your MyPoints (Desktop l Mobile) account for FREE. 

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4. Credit card rewards

Credit cards aren’t always evil. As a matter of fact, they can be your best friend when it comes to getting free Christmas gifts for your loved ones.

To earn money or points redeemable for gifts or other things, you need a credit card that provides cash and rewards points. Luckily, you won’t have to go far to look for them. They are cards with airline miles rewards to grocery cash back.

If you are responsible on how you use your credit cards, then, credit cards with rewards are best for you.

Always make sure you pay your credit card bills on time and in full to avoid incurring late fees and/or paying interest.


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5. Survey sites

Not all survey sites are scam. Definitely, not all real survey sites offer great rewards. But there are survey sites that pay out not only cash but also merchandises, gift cards, among others.

In general, survey sites will pay you for your opinions. If you have spare time, survey sites can be your ticket to earning additional money.

My wife and I personally take surveys aside from blogging to earn extra money. Between the two of us, we make over $250/mo on surveys, get a lot of free items (for testing and to keep), and $10,000/mo on blogging.

We use those FREE items as gifts to other people (i.e. we get FREE Christmas gifts for others).

Here are some of the sites we use, which help us get cash and free items:

Read: 25+ Survey Sites To Make You $600/Mo Or More


6. National Consumer Panel

Everyone buys grocery items. However, not everyone takes advantage of sharing their grocery list and get paid to do just that. Yes, you there’s an opportunity to share your grocery list and get paid.

If you want to get FREE Christmas gifts, you have to take full advantage of what you constantly do can offer you.

I’m referring to the National Consumer Panel. NCP is backed by two great research companies, Neilson and Iri. With these powerhouse research companies, you can say that NCP is legit.

I’ve receive at least 5 expensive items for FREE courtesy of NCP. The most expensive one of the bunch is a panini griller, which cost around $85 for a fancy one.

When you sign up for National Consumer Panel, you’ll receive a free barcode scanner. You will use this to scan the bar codes of the products you bought week after week. Once the products are scanned, all you need to do is transmit the information to National Consumer Panel weekly.

You will receive rewards for your participation ranging from merchandise to gifts cards such as Amazon gift cards and VISA prepaid cards. You can use these merchandises as gifts, which I did, and these cards to buy gifts.


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7. Volunteer activities

Every Christmas season, our community in partnership with my employer raises funds and requests for donations from new toys to old clothes and everything and anything in between.

Our community will hold an event (most of the time in a school gymnasium) where the less fortunate families can come and just get anything they need.

As a volunteer in this event, we help families find what they need. I’ll tell you that there are so many great people who donate that the gymnasium becomes a store filled with so many great merchandises.

As a volunteer, I get to pick the leftovers when the event is done. I get to bring what I could find home or give what I get to my friends, families, and even donate many of those to our church.

Of course, I don’t expect that I’ll get the leftovers from the event each year I participate. It just feels good to know that I help the less fortunate.

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8. Department Stores

During Christmas time, departments stores have become notorious in giving out coupons after coupons. Some of them will give out a coupon of over $100 for the few customers to arrive early in their stores.

My wife has a JCPenney in-store card. From time to time, she gets $10 off of $10 or more coupons. We always use it to get a towel, shirt, or something that we can use for ourselves or as gifts.

We use this coupon in conjunction with the other promotions the stores are having during that time. We were able to get a FREE griddle, which originally cost $50 but was on sale for $10. We used the $10 coupon. Voila, we got it for FREE!

Be on the lookout for department stores that will hand out coupons after coupons. You’ll never know when you can fetch a big one and use it to get FREE Christmas gifts.

Final thoughts:

Christmas doesn’t have to be an expensive season. If you are a frugal person or want to save money, there are various ways to do that even during Christmas time. The different ways I mentioned above are some of the ways you can get FREE Christmas gifts.

Are your ready to get FREE Christmas gifts?  How many of these tricks will you do to get those FREE Christmas gifts?

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Allan Liwanag is a personal finance blogger who paid off at least $40K debt in 3 years by adopting simple and extreme saving techniques while ensuring his family’s needs were taken care of. An analyst by day and dedicated blogger by night, he loves to share his thoughts – based on his research, personal knowledge, and experience – on topics related to family, life, and money. Allan lives with his family in Maryland, USA.