In September 2011, Apple announced the release of their best iPhone to date: The iPhone 5. Many tech speculators expected them to announce the release of a smaller iPad commonly referred to as the iPad Mini during the same press conference. However, CEO Tim Cook ended the event without an announcement.
Does that mean the iPad Mini won’t happen?
Not exactly. Many tech experts agree that Apple will release an iPad Mini in the near future maybe even before the end of the year. If that happens, you can be one of the first in line to get a free iPad Mini.
How to Get Your iPad Mini
Our parents and teachers taught us that “if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Many times that’s true but not when it comes to a free iPad Mini.
You see, companies like Blockbuster, Vonage and NetZero team up with marketers to get customers to try their products. These companies know they need to give customers an incentive to try their products especially in today’s competitive market. So, the marketers came up with the ingenious idea of giving free products like the iPad Mini to customers who explored their products.
Here’s how it works: You sign up with your name and contact information. Then, you choose from the list of special offers. Each of these special offers will be worth a different amount of points and you’ll get these points once you complete the special offer. Collect enough of these points through special offers and you’ll have your free iPad.
Enlist Your Family and Friends to Help
Sounds simple enough, right? It is that simple, but it takes some time to complete enough offers to get the prize. Luckily, you can cut that time down considerably if you enlist the help of your friends and family. It works like this: They sign up under your referral link (given to you after you register) and complete special offers. Then, you get credit for their registrations and special offers. It’s like putting your free iPad Mini process on steroids. Get enough friends and family to do this and you’ll have your prize in no time.
Some people don’t want to ask their friends and family to sign up. That’s perfectly ok. Instead, these enterprising people do a little bit of web-based marketing through social media and YouTube to get strangers to sign up for the free iPad Mini under their referral link. It works the same way and the more people that sign up, the faster they earn the prize.
If this seems interesting to you, then you should check out online forums where prize-seekers like you exchange tips on getting referrals. You’ll find a wealth of information and you’ll have that free iPad Mini before any of your friends!
Photo thanks to Yukata Tsutano.