Friday is Mega Swag Bucks Day

If you don’t use Swagbucks, you need to check it out!  Especially on Fridays where you can get as many as 100 points for a search!

Swagbucks is a search engine, powered by Google, that gives you points for searching the internet. Just use it like you would Google or Bing, but you earn points for seaches. After you have banked enough points, you can trade them in for free items! Plus, they often offer special Swag Codes for additional points as well, so it’s not hard to rack up enough points to redeem often!

Since the last time I did a Swagbucks post they have added some awesome ways to earn points.

1.  Take the Daily Poll on the main page.  You can earn a point every day for taking about 5 seconds to answer their question.

2.  They now have Swagbucks TV.  Watch short videos (I just watched one with an actor from “Covert Affairs”) to earn points.

3.  Now they have games you can play on their home page to earn points.

4.  Check out their facebook and twitter pages.  (I am guilty of not doing this but I am going to try more now.)  This should give you some codes for FREE points as well.

With Swagbucks you can earn gift cards (my personal favorite) and other rewards just by searching the internet. IPods, LCD televisions, and IPhones are some of the more fun items in the Swag Store.  It’s only 450 swag points to get a $5 Amazon gift card- you can be saving those for the holidays!

Plus, if you use this link here you earn Swag Bucks just for signing up!

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  1. JanMarie Holzberger says

    Thank you so much for coming up with the neatest stuff and cool ways to save money. Our family appreciates you.