Getting locked into monthly direct debits for products and services you’re less than satisfied with is an unnecessary burden in a modern world where companies are actually encouraging you to try before you buy. It might sound too good to be true- after all there’s no such thing as a free lunch right? Ok so of course the ultimate goal for any company offering a free trial is to get you to sign up long term and pay the monthly subscription, but the very fact that companies are letting you have a free trial is testament to their confidence in their services and products. With a free trial, you really can experience the benefits (or lack of) for yourself, before parting with any of your hard earned dough. So let’s take a look at the best free trials on the market for entertainment!
The internet really has changed the way we listen to and explore new music and Spotify is at the forefront of the online music revolution. With over 20 million users worldwide, and over 20 million tracks to discover, users can create playlists to listen to on their computer, phone, tablet and tv! The app can be used for free unlimitedly (with advertisements), or users can pay £9.99 a month for the premium package (without the interruptions of adverts). But if you can’t decide whether the extra tenner a month is worth it then take the free one month trial. Simple!
Whether you’re new to the world of poker or want to test out some new techniques, Full Tilt Poker offers all players the chance to register for the daily freeroll tournamentswhich don’t require a deposit but still give you the chance to win real money and seats in some of the biggest tournaments. There are also some useful tips and tutorials for those looking to improve their game, which you can test out in their New to the Game Tables for free.
The complete series of Breaking Bad on box set will set you back just under £50, and lets face it- no matter how good it is, how many times are you realistically going to watch it? Ok so it’s no secret that DVD’s aren’t cheap, especially new releases, which is why it makes so much sense to use an online streaming site like Lovefilm, where you can access thousands of box sets and movies for the set price of £5.99 a month. But before you start any payments, be sure to try their free 30 day trial first, so you can see exactly what they offer and whether you’ll get your moneys worth.
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