How To Get Free Stuff on Amazon

I have a bit of a secret that exposes and allows you to get free amazon products. If you’ve ever wondered who these people are leaving reviews on products you want to buy saying they were sent the item for free, well that could be you, and this post is going to show you how.

But first, why the heck would anyone want to give you something for free? It’s because of something called FBA. Amazon has recently made it extremely easy for anyone to sell products that are warehoused and shipped through Amazon, but in order for those products to sell well, they need to have a lot of reviews. That’s pretty much it. Hundreds of new products are being offered on Amazon everyday and almost all of them can be given to you for free!

The Hard Way: 

There are two ways to get things for free, the first is by being part of Amazon’s invite only “Vine Voice” community. Which is kind of hard to be honest as you need to build up a ton of helpful and detailed reviews and get invited. But don’t’ worry, the 2nd way I’m going to show you anyone can do.

The Easy Way: 

I know a lot of digital nomads with products on Amazon, and they all use a service called Vamux to find people…yup, just normal people like you and me to send their items for free. They usually either give you a 100% off coupon code for their product, or they have you buy it on Amazon normally and they reimburse you for it. 

Either way, just leave a review and wah-la, get whatever you want for free. Here are some examples of free stuff you can get just by leaving a review.

Ready to sign up?

Here are three easy steps to sign up and get started:

1. Make a profile at 
2. Follow the steps!


There are now a ton of Amazon review sites popping up, I haven’t used them all but all of them are the same concept. People are selling products on Amazon and want reviews in exchange for free or discounted products.

Here is one I just signed up for that doesn’t even require a blog or a twitter, they just want amazon reviews.

Let me know when you get your first package! If I lived in the U.S. and it wasn’t such a pain in the butt getting things delivered to Thailand I would absolutely take advantage of Amazon on a daily basis.

Honestly, it’s almost a good thing I’m not as I’m trying to live minimalistically and travel light.