There’s no doubt that we all would like free stuff from time to time; and now there’s an app where you could claim stuff (prizes) absolutely free and direct from your iPhone or iPad. Every week thousands of people will win stuff like free drinks, a small snack from a retailer, tickets for a show or a gig, gift cards, gadgets, video games, tennis shoes, designer handbags and lunch meals all at the touch of a button.
It may sound too good to be true but what have you got to lose? You can’t lose, but you can win – you can also not win, but until you download the app and click, you will never know whether you are a winner or not this week.
There are a couple of things which are important to note regarding this app. Firstly, you will need to be at least 17 years old to download and take part in the Claim It app. Secondly, it is open to anyone in the United States but New York City is the launch place for the app (it is still in its infancy stage) so any redemptions from current offers can only be redeemed in New York.
However, the app has a travelling truck where you can redeem gifts and freebies from also. If you search from within the app, you can discover the truck’s location and collect your prize from there. The gifts and freebies you can pick up include some freebies which you will have a 100 per cent chance of winning. This means the gift is yours – guaranteed.
Often the free gift guaranteed is something along the lines of a pop drink, a bottle of orange or a small item of confectionery, but the prize is definitely yours.
There is also a very good chance of you winning something more substantial, such as a Harry Potter book, DVD or Blu-Ray disc. The chances of winning this prize can, and often are, as high as 91 per cent! Some of the prizes are really cool, such as the headphones and the PlayStation 4 console – both of which have good chances of success.
If you are one of those people who doesn’t often win when playing free gift competitions, then give this one a try. There does seem to be a lot more winning formulas than you might suspect.(4.5 / 5)