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Get Free Stuff By Signing Up With HouseParty

Everyone loves freebies, and I have come across a great place to get some amazing free stuff.  House Party is a website where you and your friends can be the first to try out new products from sponsors waiting to get your feedback!

 By hosting a party, you get to try products from sponsors for free, and give out free stuff to your friends as well! You don’t pay anything or sell anything. Just tell the sponsor of your party what you and your guests thought of the products.

You will need to first sign up {free} at House Party.  Next, you can go check out the upcoming parties, and apply to be a host of any that interest you. If you are selected to be a host, you will receive a party pack full of products, cooking tools and party decorations to share with your friends.

Some of the party packs already distributed included:

Video games and controllers
Advance copies of TV shows and movies
Gourmet chocolate
Board games
Coffee makers
Mugs, glassware and plates
Action figures
Aprons, oven mitts and kitchen items
Stickers, window clings and party decorations
Baby toys, food and other products
T-shirts and hats
Reusable tote bags
Pizza cutters
Health and beauty products

Sounds cool, doesn't it?

And if you are not sure about how to host a party, there is a section on the site that gives you detailed step-by-step ideas from invitations to decorating.

They also have parties organized into categories, to make it easier for you to find one that suits your interest:

kids products:
food and beverage
TV, movies & music
household products

So if you love getting free stuff, go check out

If you have already signed up with House Party, we would love to hear what you think of it!


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