Apply to Try WW Free for 3 Months (Vocalpoint)
There is a new product testing available from Viewpoints! This is perfect if you’d love to try WW for free! Of course, WW was formerly known as Weight Watchers.
Just sign up and then wait to hear from them via email. You will be asked then to confirm your shipping info. As always, not everyone will get picked for this product test.
Today is the last day to apply!
About this WW Product Test
Find out if you qualify to participate in a free pilot to help make the WW experience even better.In order to participate, you will need to:– Have daily access to an iPhone or Android– Be willing to use the WW program app on your Smartphone– Follow the WW program for 6 weeks (September 23rd – November 4th)– Answer weekly surveys to tell us about your experience on the pilot programIn return, you will receive:– A complimentary 3-month WW Digital membership– $50 for completing the pilot– The opportunity to earn additional compensation by participating in additional research activities (optional, not required) throughout the pilotIf selected, you will be notified by September 21st by the WW team with information on next steps.The pilot will begin on Thursday, September 23rd and the final weekly survey will be sent on Friday, November 5th. If you do not hear from us by September 21st, we may have filled the spots available for this pilot.
Viewpoints is a website with product reviews – both compensated with free product, and reviews that people have left for things they purchased themselves. Want to increase your chances of getting chosen for sampling programs? Contribute your point of view today on a recent purchase. Learn more in our Viewpoints Review.
How Product Tests Work
Product Tests have a few more steps than easy freebies you only have to give your shipping info to get. But, since they’re usually full-size products and more valuable items, it’s worth it! Sometimes there may be a short survey so that you can be matched up with the products and/or companies looking for people like you. And product tests always have a limited supply of free things, so you’re applying to get the freebie but it’s not guaranteed. Often, product tests require that you try the item and review it or tell them what you think of it. Not to be confused with “free with a review.” See our big list of Product Test opportunities and learn more here.