Thursday, June 14, 2007

So, You Want A Sony PlayStation 3 For Free?

You've come to the right place!

The Sony PlayStation 3 is the latest version of the hit PlayStation Video Game Console following in the footsteps of the PlayStation 2 (PS2) and original PlayStation (PSOne) It's decked out in all black, sports a 60GB Hard Drive, and a new a Blu-Ray DVD Player that plays movies and state of the art games.

But, you want to know how to get it free?

Well, Transcendent Innovations is willing to give you a Sony PlayStation 3 for free, all you have to do is sign up here:

****Get Your Free PlayStation 3 By Clicking Here****

Once you've signed up you need to complete one offer and get friends to do the same for you. Once you've acquired the necessary referrals to claim your prize Transcendent Innovations (also known as Trainn) will send it off to you, permitting all your referrals check out.

****Get Your Free PlayStation 3 By Clicking Here****

Want to Get Free Referrals?

All you need to do is sign up for the TraInn link above and complete one offer. Upon your completion and verification you may submit an entry into the random monthly drawing where you can get your very own link placed on this blog for a week. It's very simple and it'll take only a few minutes of your time and you could earn your own free PlayStation 3. Just check out the form below:

Please fill out my form.

What's the Catch?

Well, there really is none. You sign up for a trial offer (in most cases) for something from a perfectly legitimate company like Netflix, GameFly, Blockbuster, or other such reputable company. Sometimes the offer is free other times they can run you about $10 for a week or longer. Once you complete the offer you will receive credit for it, in many cases the credit is instant, in others it may take up to a week. Now, all you have to do is get 10-13 others to sign up for a similar offer and when everyone is complete, TraInn will send you your prize. If you choose to, you can even collect cash in place of a system. You can also do this site entirely by yourself if you would like to, however, you will need to complete several offers on your own, but in the end you'll still end up spending less than the retail price of the PlayStation 3, so if you're afraid that you can't get all those referrals, you can try the points method.

IMPORTANT: Read the terms and conditions of any and all offers before signing up! I cannot stress this enough, you need to make sure you know what you're signing up for before you begin the process.

If you pick one (or some) of the easier offers you can either get your PlayStation 3 system for free or for practically free, either .

As long as you don't try to pull a fast one on Trainn you should have no problem getting your free Sony PlayStation 3. In other words don't enter fake information, don't try to sign up for an offer more than once, don't have friends use your computer or sign up from your own computer, etc. This is probably easier than it sounds, but some people think they're smarter than these companies and that's where they go wrong. Also, I would recommend that you use Internet Explorer, before hand make sure you clear out all cookies and change the settings to accept all cookies. This way you are ensured to get the fastest crediting.

What Are Some Of The Easier Offers?

Well, some of the easier offers are,,, and are the easiest and you'll probably feel most comfortable using their services rather than some of the others, but by all means sign up for something you might actually be interested in. You'll feel much better about this if you purchase something you'll use rather than just trying to fulfill your offer for a free PS3. So, if you need printer ink, or are interested in a magazine or newspaper subscription, or even diet or sleeping pills do one of those offers. Personally, I went with GameFly, I rented a game and am happy with the prompt service. The offers wasn't credited instantly as some prefer, but I wanted to rent a game and the service is nice and now I can rent PS3 games as well!

Be Cautioned

Be sure to keep track of every offer that you've completed on these various sites. You can lose your account if you sign up for something a second time so you'll need to keep some sort of record of the offers you've done. Try using the Google Spreadsheet generator in Google Documents if you've got a Gmail account. Another handy feature is using the Google Calendar to maintain a record of when you completed offers and when trial offers may be ending. Also, be very sure to keep track of every email they send you both for activation purposes as well as cancellation purposes if you choose to cancel for whatever reason. In case you don't get credit for an offer you will need a copy of that activation email to send to TraInn for verification of your offer completion.

Now Get Out There And Tell A Friend!

The easiest way to do sites like these is through friends and family. Tell everyone you know, especially gamers, they're very finnicky people and would much rather spend any money they have on games rather than a game system. One easy way to get friends to sign up would be to tell them about this site and have them complete an offer than tell them to sign up for a site like: 360Elite4Free (another TraInn site) where you will return the favor. Once you've completed all your necessary steps be sure to let me know how it went, send me pictures of your new gaming system. If you've got any further questions or comments be sure to leave them here and I'll try to answer them as best as I can. Good luck.

****Get Your Free PlayStation 3 By Clicking Here****

Want me to advertise your own link once you sign up? Let me know that you've signed up through this site (and completed an offer) and I will post your link for a a week so that you can collect your own referrals. You must provide me with your email address, so that I can confirm that you have indeed gone "green".
Disclaimer: I can't guarantee you any referrals, all I can do is offer you some traffic and potential sign ups. That's better than nothing, though.

If you're interested contact me: redtheimpaler <**at**>