Get Freebies for Your Feedback
The key is to send a respectful message, even when you're complaining. Here's a quick and easy checklist for your letter: include your contact details; steer clear wild claims; be brief; send proof if you have the product; keep a copy of the letter for yourself; and be specific.
If you're on the freebie hunt, sites like Swaggrabber.com can help you find over 100 companies that respond to feedback with free coupons.
Do you prefer writing something a little shorter? Then social media may be a better route for you. Lots of people have received freebies or discounts by voicing their opinion on social media platforms, like Twitter. Just make sure you are following them first so you can DM -- or "Direct Message" -- with them.
For free stuff, start writing or tweeting at your favorite brands today and you'll find that speaking up can get you some sweet savings.