I'm usually searching the Web for disc golf related news, videos and blogs. Most of the time I find myself making disc wish lists while picking through sites like marshallstreetdiscgolf.com. I love that site. I like how it's organized and how they categorize their products. They include sections such as x-outs, vintage and goobered.
I haven't heard anything for a while and the ABC disc site hasn't been updated, so I'm not sure what's going on with it.
Anyways, I stumbled on to a video posted on YouTube regarding free Innova discs. This guy went to freeinnovadiscs.com and apparently followed all the rules and ended up receiving some discs he had been wanting.
I guess the points are used instead of money to shop for items on Amazon.com. If Amazon has it then apparently you can earn it by participating.
Things like this are usually too good to be true, but after searching Amazon for disc golf related items I'm kind of curious to see if this is actually legit. Free Leopards? Nukes? Tee Birds, maybe?
I'm probably going to regret it, but I'm thinking about making a new email account, Facebook, Twitter or whatever just so I can test this out. There seemed to be an equal amount of negative reviews and positive reviews about the process. Some people were complaining that after building up so many points they were banned, because they were suspected of cheating. Other people were raving about everything. Who knows? Those other people might be the person working for the site. The Web is sticky and tricky. I'm not sure what to believe yet. I won't give out the e-mails of my friends and I won't give out extremely personal information, so I'm not sure if I'll go through with it if that's what they end up asking for.
I'll let you know what happens. Have any of you ever tried it?