Monday, November 26, 2012

Swagbucks - Now Earn with Amazon!



I really like Swagbucks- let me count the ways. So far I have earned enough to get the following over the years:

  • FIVE $25 Itunes gift cards that I use for my nephew and godson
  • TWO $50 Southwest Airlines giftcards
  • a $10 Barnes & Noble giftcard
  • Dings to cover/protect my notebook pc and Droid phone
  • a heart rate monitor watch
And now you can earn $6SB for every $1 spent on Amazon.com!

What is Swagbucks? It's a website that rewards you with Swagbucks for doing simple things like searching the internet, shopping, playing games, watching videos, answering surveys, etc. Swagbucks have a sort of cash value. For instance, you might earn $11 SB just for Googling "black garlic". And I say Googling on purpose. Once you put their toolbar on your browser and search via the toolbar or from their webpage, it is actually using the Google search engine. You will get the same search results, so why not get $SB for it? You get a $SB for answering the Daily Poll and you can get $SBs for watching  videos. It's all good.
    You can also use your $SB to enter raffles for prizes like giftcards, game systems, Kindles, and more.


    And yes, you get $SB for referrals. So all the Swagbucks links I've provided do have my referral code in them.  But here's a bonus for YOU - if you decide to join, use the code NOVEMBERSB (by Dec. 1st) and you'll get an additional $80 SB instantly.

    Here's a breakdown of all the ways that I know to earn $SB:
    • Searching the internet via their toolbar or website
    • Shop Amazon.com!
    • Daily Poll
    • Take surveys
    • Daily Deals - such as Groupon, Froobi.com, etc
    • Shop via their associated partners including such big sites as Overstock, BestBuy, and more
    • Print coupons for groceries, etc and get $SB for each one printed
    • Watch videos
    • Play online Flash Games
    • Sign up for special offers like newsletters or subscriptions
    You can also grab $SB from special codes that show up in Twitter, Facebook, code hunts, etc. There's Twitter Trivia and other fun contests where you can win $SB.

    So....Why not sign up for Swagbucks?  You're gonna search the internet and shop on Amazon anyway, so why not get paid for it?
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