Frequently Asked Questions

There are two types off accounts:
Basic Free Account: $0.00
Pro Publisher Account: $10 and up.

FreePennySaver is free for most users. We do set a maximum posting limit on free accounts. This is done to make sure that our services are not abused. You can post bulk listings buy upgrading your account to a Pro Publisher account. This is only $10 per month or $99 per year (a savings of $21 per year).

Sing-in to your account (or register first if you do not have one). Click on the "Sell" link at the top of the page. Select the category, state and county for where your listing will be located. Fill out the form and make sure to include the name of the city that the product is located. You can also upload a picture of your product. One picture per post. If you want to include multiple images, you will have to use a photo-editing program like Photoshop to combind them into one image for uploading.

When user send you a message regarding your listing using our online form located on your listing's details page, we include their email address in the from field so you will be able to reply directly to them via your own email program.

You can delete your listing at anytime. Just sign-in and click "View Your Listings" link at the top of the page. There is a delete button located to the right of each listing. Once the item is deleted, you will not be able to restore it from history.

Please refer to "How to submit a post?" above.

You are asked to submit your first and last name, and email address. The email address is used to activate your account. It is also used so that other users can send you messages regarding your listing using our private "Reply to Post" online form. Your email address will be hidden from visitor on The only way they can obtain your email address is if you post it in the description of your post or if you respond to their "Reply to Post" message sent via the online form. We also will use your email address to notify you of any changes to your account, changes to our services, and for password reminders.

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