Gmail invites.

OK, I have three invitations to Gmail for anyone who wants them on a first-come, first-served basis. I’d been holding onto them on the thought that there were people I knew that might want them, but I was wrong. So holler if you want one.

Update: All gone as of 7:36PM. Next time I get some more I’ll be sure to post a notice about it.

45 thoughts on “Gmail invites.

  1. I’d love to have one.  When is Gmail going public?  Haven’t heard much lately…

  2. That was quick.  I’ve been looking for one of those too.  Bastards!  What was I thinking going out golfing and getting fresh air instead of glued to my monitor.  Curses…

  3. DS, it’s yours. The fellow who asked for it earlier never got back to me with his real first and last name so I sent it to you instead.

  4. Alright! Thanks Les.  Not sure, but I kinda feel like that kid swimming at the Olympics that won, then lost and then won anyway.

  5. Well, see how it says they’re all gone in the entry? That means you’re a bit late. But perhaps next time I have some you’ll get the opportunity to grab one.

  6. Hello everyone,

    Well I hope someone sees this. Please visit my non spam, non popup, non all that crap site and get yourself a gmail invite.

    http://www.arklinux.info

    I am looking for comments and if you want a group of invites there is something Original I would like

    Kind thanks
    Gravity

  7. Monica, why don’t you just post your email ID and let them contact you directly? Wouldn’t that make a little more sense?

  8. OK, this is where I stop being nice.

    DEAR GMAIL INVITE BEGGING IDIOTS:

    WHAT PART OF “I DON’T HAVE ANYMORE, BUT I WILL POST A NEW ENTRY WHEN I DO” DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?!? FOR THAT MATTER, WHAT PART OF “FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED”  DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND?!? WE’RE NOT TAKING RESERVATIONS AND ANNOYING THE HELL OUT OF ME IS A GOOD WAY TO ENSURE I’LL IGNORE YOU WHEN THE TIME COMES THAT I DO HAVE MORE INVITES TO GIVE AWAY.

    THIS MESSAGE TYPED IN ALL CAPS AND EXTRA LARGE SIZE FOR THE INTELLIGENCE IMPAIRED!

    Thank you.

  9. Yes, I realize this, but I also suggested that she make herself available to receiving those requests directly instead of using this thread as a repository.

    It’s entirely possible she was just yanking your chain considering that she didn’t leave an email address and thus wouldn’t be notified of replies to this thread.

  10. can i plz have a gmail.  my brother’s birthday is in two days and hes a computer person so i wanted to give him a gmail invite but im having such a hard time finding one.  can anyone plz send an invite to sadiqmerchant@yahoo.com PLZ

  11. I have a quantity of gmail invites to dispose of, too. If you can figure out my email address, I’ll send invites first come, first served until the supply runs out.

  12. For anybody else that’s struggling for a Gmail invite, try this site. I decided a couple of days ago that I wanted one, and within about two hours, I had more invites than I knew what to do with. Seriously, it isn’t hard. The internet is saturated with them at the moment.

  13. I have FIVE (5) Free Gmail Invites I am happy to part with. Please note that this is first-come, first-served. If you’re looking at this message many hours after it’s been posted, chances are the invites are GONE.

    Here is the big scary catch:

    Click here and sign up for an account with FreeiPods.com, and click on the Stamps.com offer. It’s free to sign up (here’s a Wired Magazine article about the site, so you know it’s not a big scam). The important thing is that you use THAT LINK so I get credit toward my free iPod. (Otherwise I won’t send you the Gmail invite!).

    Once you get to FreeiPods.com through my link, here is the FASTEST and easiest way to get your Gmail invite (and maybe a free iPod of your own if you care to pursue it):

    1. Enter your email address and a password. Don’t use a Hotmail address; you won’t be able to validate your account if you do. In fact, you’re better off not using any kind of major freebie email account (Yahoo, etc.), or the spam-filtering services may not let you validate your account.

    2. Click “NO” for all the surveys. They’re just a waste of your time.

    3. Sign up for the Stamps.com offer ONLY. DON’T sign up for any of the other offers. Why? They take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks (!) to get credited. It’s good for YOU to pick that one, because they don’t charge you anything, you’ll get your Gmail invite from me right away, and it’s easy to cancel your account (which you’ll probably want to do). Plus they’ll send you a free digital scale. It’s good for ME if you sign up for the Stamps.com offer, because then I get credit INSTANTLY. Which is also good for YOU because then I’ll send you your Gmail invite right away.

    4. Make SURE you check your email for the validation link to freeipods.com, and click on it, so that your account is considered legitimate. If you didn’t receive a validation email, your spam-blocking service is probably stopping it. Turn off spam-filtering (just for five minutes or so!), and click the link under your account page to have them RE-SEND the email. If you still don’t get the email, you may have to sign up under a different email address.

    5. Finally: email.

  14. I have 12 invites left! Posted in various places now i will here as i like the name of this site raspberry

    Want one? Email me.

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