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7 Subscription Boxes You Can Try for Free

Whether you’re just getting started with subscriptions, or you want to try a new subscription without killing your budget and giving up your credit card information, I’m here to tell you there are options! Believe it or not, many subscription will only charge you for shipping, meaning all the goodies inside are basically free! Others will ship you free samples in exchange for reviews. Both options are great deals for budget-friendly subscribers who want to try different things. 

7 Free Subscription Boxes to Try

These are free subscription boxes you can try without putting in a credit card for the most part. However, because terms and conditions change all the time, make sure to read the small letters before signing up for anything. 


The Cost: Free. Sign up here!

The Fine Print: PINCHMe sends you monthly samples to try. It’s 100% free, and you don’t have to input your credit card information. After completing your profile, you can request your first batch of free samples. All they ask in return is for you to provide an honest review of the product. Past samples include personal care items, electric hair removal devices, lens wipes, beauty products, dog food, and everything else in between. 

Check out our PINCHMe details and review to learn more!

2. Sampler

The Cost: Free. Sign up here!

The Fine Print: Sampler is very similar to other free subscription boxes. Still, they’re one of the very few that tailor the samples based on your feedback. Every month, they share different offers and samples you can try that correspond to your taste and preferences, from drinks and beauty products to makeup and snacks from some of the biggest brands out there. 

3. Walmart Beauty Box

walmart beauty box with items inside of it

The Cost: $6.98 quarterly (for shipping). Subscribe here

The Fine Print: The Walmart Beauty Box is an excellent way to sample beauty products sold exclusively at Walmart. They’ll send you an entire box with samples and full-size beauty products each season, including nail polishes, makeup, toothpaste, deodorants, and more. You can expect to receive at least six beauty products in your box, and all you’ll ever have to pay is $6.98 for shipping and handling! Considering the box has a retail value of $20, this is one of the best deals out there. 

Check out our Walmart Beauty Box details and reviews here!

3. Daily Goodie Box

items from the daily goodie box

Image via the Daily Goodie box website.

The Cost: Free. Subscribe here!

The Fine Print: Here’s another box that will never ask for your credit card information and will always remain free. You can become a member by signing up on their site. Every 24 hours, you have the opportunity to qualify for a Daily Goodie Box. Each box comes with free samples and full-sized products. All you have to do after is leave a review about the products you tried. In the past, members have received boxes with over eight different products to try out – for free!

Check out our Daily Goodie Box details here to learn more!

4. Tryazon

pasta boxes next to a pasta sauce

Image via the Tryazon website.

The Cost: Free. Subscribe here!

The Fine Print: Tryazon is all about allowing you to try stuff for free. Once you become a member (for free), you get to browse their opportunities and compete for a spot in their selection process. If selected, you’ll receive a Tryabox to enjoy and share with others. Each opportunity is based on a theme. Past boxes have featured Italian dinner options, veggie meals, Valentine’s boxes, and relaxation rituals at home. 

5. SampleSource

woman holding a green samplesource box

Image via Samplesource.com

The Cost: Free. Subscribe here!

The Fine Print: Similar to other options, SampleSource sends you all sorts of samples and asks for your reviews later. Previous samples include cleaning products, snacks, food, cereal boxes, and even dog treats. You don’t need to enter a credit card, but they’ll ask basic demographic questions to tailor the samples and categories that best suit you. As new samples become available, you’ll receive an email to pick what you’d like to try. They’re all about helping users try before they buy. 

6. Home Tester Club

home tester club website

The Cost: Free. Subscribe here!

The Fine Print: More a sampler subscription than anything else, Home Tester Club sends you free samples every month. They’ll send you products to try based on your preferences, and they also have open opportunities for you to apply. Like other services, they ask for you to try the products in exchange for an honest review. It’s a win-win for everyone, if you ask me. 

7. Social Nature

screenshot from social nature

Screenshot of Social Nature's website.

The Cost: Free. Subscribe here!

The Fine Print: Become a product tester and receive free samples every month. With Social Nature, you try products and leave an honest review for everyone else in the community to know what they’re all about. Products you can expect to receive anywhere from food and supplements to skincare and makeup. The best part is that the samples you receive adapt to your preferences and wants instead of receiving products that don’t suit your lifestyle.

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Do you subscribe to any of these FREE subscription boxes? Have you tried sample boxes before? Let me know which ones you loved (or didn't) in the comments! 

Geraldine Orentas
Geraldine Orentas

Hi there, I'm Geraldine! I'm a Florida-based content creator and writer exploring the world of beauty, fashion, and lifestyle. I tap into my creativity and years of marketing experience to create engaging content that resonates with my audience. When I'm not writing or creating, you can easily find me flowing on my yoga mat, cooking a new dish, or walking my German Shepherd, Cora. 

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Taisha Dora

Great stuff…must do!!

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I’ve received some pretty nice stuff from PinchMe and Home Tester–recently they had skincare and makeup from Lancer, Olay, Flower Beauty, and Dr. Zenovia. Home Tester even sent me a skincare fridge lol.
I’ve received items from Sample Source and Sampler too, but they are less frequent.
BzzAgent is another good one. They recently sent an ABH palette and skincare from LaMer, No. 7, and Clinique. Popsugar Dabble sends Macy’s fragrance and other items occasionally. If you have a pet, all of these services send a lot of cat food lol.
I’ll have to try the others!

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Product testing and sampling sites are not the same as a subscription box. Calling them that is misleading. The Walmart box is the only actual subscription.

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Agreed. I was actually like “what the heck” when I excitedly came to this page, and then was quickly disappointed when I realized this article isn’t about “free Subscription boxes”…. These are “free sample boxes”…. Not the same thing. At all.

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Not that I need any more products at all, but I am curious if any of the readers on here have used any of these. MSA has only reviewed the first option and the last one was from 2017. I would love to hear from you guys and your experiences if you have used them!

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I know Doreen’s question is old but I am currently signed up with Social Nature and I like it very much. Unlike a lot of the sites that wind you through other sites and advertising, Social Nature is straight forward and for real. Apply to join and they send out vouchers for free products. A lot of the products send BYGO or $ off coupons in addition to the free voucher. You buy the products and the voucher takes the full price off at the register. After you try the product for free, you go back to the website and leave a review of it.

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