I am an Independent Consultant for a company called SimplyFun. We sell fun educational board games for kids (and fun board games for adults too!). I love being an independent consultant because I get to help people get free board games for kids (or adults)! I wanted to show you how you can easily get free board games for kids!
How to get Free Board Games for Kids
You may have heard of independent consultants from other companies like MaryKay, Avon, Norwex, 31, TastefullySimple, Essential Oil companies, Tupperware, etc. Basically we have a business where we sell a product you can’t find in stores. We introduce people to the product and how awesome it is and people purchase it from us. People can get free product by throwing a party and having their friends buy products. The person throwing the party gets a percentage of the sales from the party to use in purchasing their product for free! So, here is how I can help you get free board games for kids.
- Write me an email ([email protected]) and say you want to schedule an online board game party. (We call them Laugh and Learns). You can have an online party through facebook, or, through another neat software program that SimplyFun has – a Virtual Video party (We can talk about that later and you can decide what you want).
- Invite your friends to attend the online party. (I will help you with how you easily do that).
- Friends attend the online party… from the comfort of their own home, using their own computer/tablet, on their own time.
- Friends purchase board games from me.
- At the end of the party, we add up how much money all of your friends spent while purchasing their individual games.. If your friends together spent between $100-$349, you would get 15% of the total to spend on games (so $15- $52.50). If your friends spend $350-$750, you would get 20% to spend on games ($70-$150). If your friends spend over $750, you get 25% back -so at least $187.50 to spend on board games!
- In addition, you also get other party benefits. See the picture below. That shows the party benefits for this month. So, if your guests spend over $350, you would get between ($15- $52.50 to spend on games) (as explained above) PLUS, one new release game for free (and 2 half price items if you wish).
So, let’s run through some scenarios:
Scenario 1: You decide to host a party and you invite 10 friends. These 10 friends each purchase 2 games that costs $50 total. (So, 10 friends x $50 = $500). So, your party earns $500. You earn $15 to spend on the board game of your choice, and you get to choose 3 more games for $1 each! That means you get at least 3 nearly free board games for kids, but more like 3.5 free board games.
Scenario 2: You decide to host a party and you invite 10 friends. These 10 friends each purchase 2 games that cost $75 total. (So, 10 friends x $75 = $750). So, your party earns $750. You earn $150 (20% of 750) to spend on the board game of your choice, plus you get the 5 games mentioned below for $5! That means you get at least 5 free board games for kids and you still have $150 to spend purchasing whatever games you wish….so let’s just say that means 4 more games…that is 9 free board games for you! (It could mean more than that, many board games are less than $35).
So, that is how you get free board games for kids. You can use us for fundraising too! If you are looking to make some money for an organization, I can help you do that. Just like schools sell scholastic books, they could also sell board games. Sports teams can sell board games…. if you are raising money for a cause, I can help you with that too! Ask me how! Another way to get free board games for kids is to start selling SimplyFun games. You can ask me how to do that too! So many ways to get free board games for kids!
If you want to be added to the SimplyFun educational board games mailing list and find out about fun board game opporutnities, (sales, party specials, etc) enter in your information below and you will receive some free printable road trip games! (We send out a newsletter once/month about fun board games)
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