Getting Free Space on Dropbox


UPDATE : An updated guide can be found here. It is the ultimate guide to getting free dropbox space. More than 20GB of free dropbox space can be easily gathered in few clicks.

We all <3 Dropbox.  And getting free things is something we always crave for.

We <3 Dropbox :)

So here are some ways where you can get free space on your ‘free’ Dropbox account 🙂


1. The easiest way is to invite all your friends on dropbox, so whenever they register you and your friend both get 250MB free ( Or just sharing the referral link  )

.Edu magic2. University Students can get the free space and increase the referral from 250MB to 500MB via
Just connect your .edu email with your dropbox account and voila! you are done.

Its doesn’t have to be actually .edu email all university emails are accepted. So give it a try.

Twitter+Facebook+<3 = 640MB

3. Now we all have our social networking accounts, and sharing is the new way to tell your friends. So get on the wagon, and posting about dropbox via to get your account pumped with another extra 640MB.

4. Get 4.5GB Of Extra Dropbox space by using the new beta feature ‘camera import’. Read about it here

So get your free space now!

Dropbox has announced a multi-step scavenger hunt called ‘DropQuest’ started from January 15 2011 and ends on January 29 2011.


  • Completion: 1 GB for life

Dropquest will also be timed, and the fastest finishers will be rewarded with even more fantastic prizes.

  • Platinum: (1) Dropbox hoodie (Psychobox), LIMITED EDITION Dropbox Hack Week t-shirt (actual design), Dropbox drawing signed by the Dropbox team, 50 GB for life!
  • Gold: (10) Dropbox hoodie (Psychobox), Dropbox print signed by the Dropbox team, 10 GB for life!
  • Silver: (20) Dropbox t-shirt (Psychobox), 5 GB for life!
  • Bronze: (50) 2 GB for life!

Every step you pass you get extra space, in all you have 1GB of total guaranteed extra space to win 🙂
Just use your brain and you would get it. If you need any clue, drop in a comment would help you.


Dropbox <3

So run along and solve the dropquest,
P.S. : Try not searching for answers, google would help but then its no fun.

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13 Responses

  1. Yogesh Patel

    March 23, 2011 7:55 PM

    I have been using Dropbox since many months and its kind of hassle free file sharing software with time to time sync. Kudos to Dropbox.

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