Favorites Friday: SwagBucks

Money for nothing...and gift cards for free...at Swagbucks!!

by Erin at SlimSavers.com

Swagbucks is a site where you participate in things like daily polls, watching videos, and viewing/signing up for offers and accumulate points. Then, you can trade in your points for gift cards, merchandise, or opportunities to get more “swag bucks.”

Some people can really get going with this site and get a lot of Swagbucks, but, I don’t want to put that much time into it so my goal is to get 450 points a week — enough for a $5 Amazon.com gift card. Those really add up! I earn points by using the Swagbucks search bar (I installed this on my toolbar and use it several times a day), answering the daily polls, and clicking through the No Obligation Special Offers (NOSO) path. At night and on weekends, I watch some videos on SwagBucks TV on the site and rack up some more!

You can also get more Swagbucks by playing games, clipping coupons and using them, participating in their shop and earn program, doing surveys, and participating in special offers. Some of these are time-suckers, some are not. There’s a lot to know, but, like I said, I don’t want to put too much time into it, so I’ve been just taking my time.

It’s free to sign up! What are you waiting for?

Note: This post contains my personal referral link.

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Erin and Joline, both health and wellness junkies, spent many years pinning down the truths about eating healthy and inexpensively. Both feel the it’s-too-expensive-to-eat-healthy excuse is untrue and infuriating.

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Heidi Dezayas January 20, 2013 at 05:38 PM
I've toyed around with SwagBucks! And you're right, the Amazon gift cards do add up ;-)


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