How to get a Macbook Air - eBook

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How to get yourself a Macbook Air for FREE!

Step One: Visit: (copy and paste into browser)

Under where it says "Popular items" you should see a Macbook Air. Click on it. Then a box should pop up giving you a description, click "Add to Basket"

Now, it will add it to your basket. On the right, where it asks for your email, type in your email and click on go. Then fill out the form.

Step Two: Now you're signed up, login! And Complete an offer !!

You should now be at the "Offers" page. You must complete one of these sponsored offers. There are many free trials, and ones that cost as little as £5 or $5 ! If you live in the UK, I recommend signing up to the Lovefilm Free Trial, or Coral. For those of you from the US sign up to whichever one you want!

*You must complete your offer first, or you will not get your free Macbook Air*

Step Three: Refer friends, family or anyone!

You must get people to sign up using your unique referral link which you can find on the "Refer" page while your signed in to the freebie site.

Get people to use that link to sign up and complete an offer. You will only have to get 50 referrals!

Step 4: There is no step 4!!! You're done!!! :D if you've completed your offer and got your referrals, you should see an "Order" button on the "My Status" page while your logged in! Once you do so, the site will take care of the rest, so expect a Macbook Air coming your way very soon!

Congrats to all who get their Macbook Airs!


How do they get the money to afford my MacBook Air, and what's in it for them?

They get around £25/$50 commission from their sponsors, for redirecting new users to their sponsors websites, and getting them to try their products/trials. So say, 10 people complete a DVD rental free trial offer on the freebie site. The DVD rental service pays the freebie site £20/$40 for every one of those 10 users that signed up to their free trial through the freebie site. So altogether that's £200  / $400 right? That pays for your freebie, and around 9% of that money is the freebiesites profit. Now, you're probably asking yourself why the DVD rental service is paying the freebie site £25/$50 per person who signs up to the free trial right? Well, it only works if a certain percentage of users who sign up for the free trial decide to take out a subscription with the DVD rental service because they were happy with the free trial. And the percentage of people that stay on is enough, for the DVD rental company to continue paying £25/$50 per person who signs up for the free trial. As long as the DVD rental company is happy with the percentage of people that stay on, they'll keep paying the commission!

Is this legitimate?

Yep, these sites have been proven to work by the BBC themselves, and many more major websites and news broadcasters! Not to mention the millions of $$$ and £££ of products that people have got through these sites over the past few years. People have posted pictures of what they've received!! *Check out*

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