How to Try New Products at No Cost
As the economy forces Americans to tighten our budgets, we’ve had to become creative in cutting corners on our purchases. Premium cable gets downgraded to basic cable, gas guzzling SUV’s get traded in for more eco-friendly models, and so on.
One of the biggest and easiest bills to trim is our grocery bills. We opt for a generic formula instead of the more expensive brand name, or we eliminate pricy organic fruits and vegetables in exchange for buying regular produce in bulk.
For many of us, trying anything new or different can be risky. During these tough times, no one has the money to waste on a product that doesn’t live up to the hype or a service that doesn’t deliver on what it promises.
But, it’s human nature to want to try new things. We see commercials and magazine advertisements and it’s only natural to be tempted by new products and services. And, until recently, there really wasn’t a way you could try them risk-free, without having to make a purchase.
Now though, you can get free sample offers by signing up for the FREE Healthy Living Newsletter from QualityHealth.com. This newsletter comes to you twice a week and features sample offers on a regular basis, plus access to recipes and hundreds of coupons that include everything from sports drinks, to skincare products, healthy snacks, and items to help around the home.
In addition to recipes and coupons, your Healthy Living Newsletter also includes useful article tips, nutrition advice, and exercise plans to help you live an active and healthy lifestyle.
Also, when joining QualityHealth, you will be asked to fill out a brief health survey. This survey could qualify you for additional savings on health and wellness products, including a free diabetes meter, savings of up to $200 off prescription co-pays, and even a Pharmacy Savings Card that may entitle you to up to 75 percent off at your local pharmacy.
Click here to find out how you can qualify for these FREE sample offers and to sign up for your complimentary Healthy Living Newsletter.