Free Sample/Product Testing Sites
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BzzAgent Sample fun products and share your thoughts with friends and top brands.
Crowdtap partners with great brands to offer members opportunities to provide feedback, be creative, and get rewards and free samples.
Good Housekeeping Initial survey determines whether you can become a member. Not as much social participation required. Panel members help determine whether product receives the Good Housekeeping seal of approval.
House Party Host in home parties to get exclusive access to products for you and your friends. Party-goers provide feedback on the products.
Influenster Review products, share honest opinions with brands and the community. Influential members may be asked to test free products.
Mom’s Meet Mom’s get to try new products and services that they’ll need to provide feedback on. There’s also a community section for members to discuss products, provide tips and share ideas.
Mom Select For Moms and Mom bloggers, you get to choose from a variety of products and activities that you want to try out and provide feedback on.
Oprah Magazine – DevOtees
Initial survey to see if you qualify.
PCR Global Product Testing Princeton Consumer Research needs consumers for clinical testing of skin care products and cosmetics. These are likely longer term assignments but you not only get samples but are paid for your time.
PTPA – Parent Tested, Parent Approved Panel Join this group to have a chance to test products from a wide variety of categories – everything from baby stuff to electronics. Give companies feedback after testing. Your opinions help determine whether a product is worthy of gaining the PTPA seal.
Pink Panel A Facebook only site, there’s an initial survey to fill out to determine if you can become a panel member.
Product Testing Services Before the internet, there were snail mail based companies that did consumer research. This is one of them. Members fill out various screening surveys to determine if they’re eligible to receive free products for testing. Several other incentives offered, the value based on how much time participation will take.
A community website that offers members opportunities to test products.
Smiley 360 Discover new products, contents and offers. Interact with brands and become an advocate. Post online reviews.
Swaggable Explore new products on the site and mark the products you want to be selected to receive a free sample to test and review. Members also get exclusive promo codes.
Toluna Located in the UK but with members across the world, Toluna provides samples for testing, opportunities to earn points and rewards for sharing and providing feedback.
Viewpoints/Power Review An excellent Product testing program to keep trying for as they do send out the products if you fit what they are looking for in a tester.
VocalPoint Sample testing, special gifts and parties/events offered from brands to get your thoughts and opinions on how to make their product or service better.
Vogue Insiders If you’re selected as an Insider, you’ll occasionally get the chance to sample and report on new products. Not to be confused with the Influencer program for beauty/fashion bloggers!
These can be tougher to get into since each brand is looking for a specific type of consumer. You’ll take an initial survey to determine eligibility and, if selected, they’ll use that info to determine what type of products you can test for free. There might not be as many opportunities for freebies, but you’re dealing directly with the brands to give them valuable feedback for product design and marketing.
Johnson & Johnson
Mead Products (Teachers Only)
@MrsGuin Does list need to be updated for 2018 (does 2017 even need to be in the title)?
Also, Viewpoints/PowerReviews is another such site. Several of their product testing offers gave been posted on our site.