How to claim your Free Xbox 360 S
or free kinect
Would you like to get a
Free Xbox 360?
Yes? Well, most people would, and with our help, you can! I
understand that most sensible people are sceptical about anyone
claiming to give away an expensive gift. That
scepticism is only healthy, I was
too, so why not have a read around my article -
Claiming your Free Xbox
360 - and decide for yourself.
For those who prefer photographic proof
- Have a look at the pictures I've taken of things I've received
in my Proof Pictures. (Don't forget, you can also claim the
value of your Xbox 360 S for anything you want)
For those of you who like internet
communities then you should visit
eXceem, the UK's original
and best freebie community - My name is
Amiethest on here, I'm a real person! - and
I'm quite friendly too! Why not drop by and ask any questions
that you have about getting anything for free, or
Would you try a no obligation, cash, cost, contract free trial/offer with one of the UK's most trusted companies - to get a Free Xbox 360 S?
The first thing you should do is consider the question above.
LoveFilm, Sky, HSBC and BT are just a few of the trusted
sponsors that pay good money for you to try a no obligation
In this difficult financial climate, massive global companies like this are rewarding people like yourself through freebie sites, in the hope that you will become a loyal customer! Freebie sites then pass on this cash in the form of rewards. Simples!
To get started right away, all you need to do is pick whichever free gift you'd like from the main Xbox 360 page where you can choose from all the available gifts. There are loads of things to choose from, and if you can't find exactly the thing you were after, you can get a custom order from FreebieJeebies, this is counted at £20 per friend that you refer. Not bad? Eh?
So, let's say you wanted to go all out and get loads of games. They're about £40 a pop brand new, and I've had about 40, so you can do the maths, in the past year I've had about £1600 worth of games.
Now I'm not made of money, so once I've completed the games I sell them on on ebay, and get a bit of that money back in cash, and then use the money to buy more games off off ebay. This means that I'll probably never have to buy an Xbox 360 game again. Which suits me!