CANADIAN FREE TRIAL COUPONS & PROMOTIONS
When we hear the word "deal", we get excited. When we hear the word "free", we really perk up. Most seasoned bargain-hunters will tell you that free trials are some of the best ways to save money. Not only because you're getting something, well, for free, but also because a no-commitment trial gives you a taste of a service without obligating you to pay for it upfront.
Anyone who's ever paid for a lengthy subscription or pricy software only to realize a few weeks later that the product just isn't not for them, will know the bitter taste of having thrown money to the wind. The companies you see on this page are so confident in their product that they want you to give them a go without committing to a monthly subscription and without paying a dime. Some of the companies frequently featured on this page include:
Although the length of the free trial tends to vary anywhere from one week to 60 days, most companies will give you sufficient time to get familliar with the program or service, and get a good idea of whether it's right for you.
TIPS FROM THE PROS
- Once you've downloaded the software or gotten your free access, be sure to actually make use of the company's offering. Forgetting about it until the last day of the trial might not leave you with enough time to fully assess the service and try out all the features.
- Be sure to read the fine print - especially when signing up to free trials that require you to input billing information. Many free trials will automatically turn into paid memberships at the end of the trial period. In those cases, be sure to set a reminder for yourself to opt out of the service or subscription before the last day of the trial.