All about Swagbucks
There have been several deals lately that I have gotten free by using my Swagbucks, but I haven’t posted them because I wanted to take a second to explain what Swagbucks is. If you’re not using Swagbucks, you are not taking advantage of FREE money, mostly in the form of Amazon gift cards.
What is Swagbucks?
Swagbucks is a search engine, powered by Google, that you use just like any other search engine -- except, sometimes, when you search, you earn swagbucks. I generally earn an average of 7-13 swagbucks on a search. Do you win every search? No, but if you use it as your daily search engine, the points will definitely rack up. I generally earn about 20-40 swagbucks a day just by using the search function. Swagbucks are like points that you can trade in for prizes. There are a ton of different prizes to be had, but by far the most popular are the gift cards. For 450 swagbucks, you can get a $5 Amazon gift card. By combining that with some of Amazon’s subscribe & save offers, it can make for some amazing deals. Other gift cards available are for iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Starbucks, and even Paypal.
How do I sign up for Swagbucks?
It’s super-easy. Just fill out the form here, and start searching.
Can I really earn “free” money?
Absolutely. I routinely earn at least one free gift card per month. There are several different ways to earn, and they have a great referral program as well.
In future posts, I will detail a few ways to earn more swagbucks in ways other than searching (did you know you can earn swagbucks for using coupons?? That’s the kind of deal I like!).