12 Legit Ways to Score Free Razor Samples from Gillette and Others

– Free Razor Samples –

Score Free Razor Samples: If you’re like most men and women who have to shave a few times a week (or daily) the cost of razor blades probably drives you crazy why wouldn’t you want free razors, right?. Read on to see how you can get razors for free.

Score Free Razor Samples

And yes, you can actually get free razors from razor companies From time to time, Gillette runs promotions where they give away razors to people.

Which includes Gillette Fusion ProGlide Challenge. Participants received a free sample of the company’s latest product, Gillette Fusion ProGlide.

12 Legit Ways to Score Free Razor Samples

1. Gillette

Gillette has a subscription program, wherein they’ll deliver the kit you’ve chosen at a pre-chosen date each month. With these automatic deliveries, you no longer have to forget to buy refills ever again.

After joining the program, you can get a free starter kit (choose from the two options available). You do need to pay $4 for shipping plus tax.

Aside from the subscription program, Gillette also makes their razors like the TREO available for free. You just need to be in line to get one because they are high in demand and the samples run out pretty quickly.

2. Bromley’s

Bromley’s is a relatively new company that sells razor blades. They run this promotion from time to time where you can score free razors by mail

If you are out of razors visit Bromley’s page, scroll to the bottom of the page and sign up for a free Bromley’s Smooth Operator 7-Blade Razor! The kit comes with a razor, shave balm, and shaving cream. You also get coupons to use for future purchases.

Be sure to bookmark the page and check back often. They will have the same offer available again when you exhaust your stash.

3. Harry’s

If you start with a free trial, you’ll receive a Truman Razor with 1 blade, travel blade cover, and Harry’s foaming shaves gel.

The trial pack costs  $8  if promos end, but this offer is sometimes available if you pay for a monthly plan.

Although the entire kit will only last you about two weeks (or a month if sporadically used), it’s still an awesome find if you’re trying to look for a new brand.

4. Swagbucks

Sign up for Swagbucks, do a few free offers, then use your free gift card to get yourself razors. By the way, you can get $5 free if you sign up now.

With rewards sites like Swagbucks, you get paid for doing stuff you already do. Watching TV, playing games, online shopping, taking surveys, and more. You can then redeem your earnings for free gift cards for Amazon, Target, Walmart, and many other retailers.

5. Badass Beard Care

Join the Badass Beard Care newsletter, follow them on social media for contests, then watch out for amazing deals.

They offer free samples of beard wash in many “flavors” all year round, but their razors as freebies are only available on special promotions. This rarely happens, but when they do, you should be one of the first in line to grab on.

6. Ofree.net

Ofree.net lists links to many different brands, all you have to do is click on your brand of choice and then click on “GET NOW!”

On some offers you will have to pay for shipping, others you will have to provide an email address, others may require you to fill out a survey. The shipping fee of  $3 is a lot less than $20-$30.

7. Schick

With Schick you have three options for your Hydro 5 Sense razor refills: “Energize” (comes with menthols), “Hydrate” (with coconut oil), and “Sensitive” (with herbal extracts).

Schick also lets you choose the color handle of your razor (there’s yellow, green, black, grey, and blue camo).

The company also asks for add-on shaving cream (which is a paid add-on, but optional). Just skip if you’re not interested, then choose the frequency of delivery, from as quick as 2 weeks, to every 4 months or every 6 months.

8. Dollar Shave Club

This one was one of the first subscription-box types of its kind in the men’s grooming market and should definitely be one of your first choices when looking to score free razor samples.

Like The Beard Club, getting the first kit (which includes free razor and blades) requires you to pay $1 plus free shipping and handling.

After the initial kit, you’ll be auto-debited for your chosen products, which are delivered to your house every week, month, quarter, or whichever order frequency you choose.

9. Proctor & Gamble 

Proctor & Gamble is the parent company of many well-known brands, one of them being Gillette. P&G offers a website called pgeveryday.com where you receive deals, coupons, and yes free samples of their products.

So not only can you score free razor blades, but you can also have access to deals and coupons for razor blades and other products you regularly use. By the way, if you like their Gillette Mach product, you may get lucky here as I have seen them offer free Gillette Mach razors in the past.

1o. Julie’s Freebies

Just go to the website, and in the search bar type “razors.” And just like that several offers for free razor samples will appear. This is also a site to check frequently, the offers change frequently and many of the freebies do have an expiration date.

11. The Krazy Coupon Lady

Don’t let the website’s name fool you, it provides more than just coupons. In addition to coupons, it also offers many ways to score free samples including razor blades.

Just go to thekrazycouponlady.com, click on “DEALS” at the top of the page, and under “DEALS BY PRICE” click on “Freebies” The offers do frequently change, but you can sign up for daily updates to see all of the latest offers.

12. Just Free Stuff

When it comes to freebie sites, many are hard to navigate and find what you’re looking for. But this one is very well organized. It is really easy to find the kinds of free stuff you are looking for. You can either search by category or by typing “razor” in the search box.

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