There are other ways to earn Swagbucks and you can read all about it once you set up a Swagbuck account. Once you sign up, be sure to tell everyone you know so that they can sign up under you and you can earn more Swagbucks! (However, you are not allowed to refer someone else in your own household…just people outside of your home!)
The beauty of Swagbucks is: There’s no catch and it’s all free. There’s nothing weird about Swagbucks or any need to feel nervous about joining me in the Swagbuck craze. It’s just a search engine, and you can earn free stuff or gift cards by using it. I’ve been using it for over a couple of years and have not had one bit of trouble or weirdness with it.
You can sign up for Swagbucks here. It will take you about two minutes. Or one minute if you’re a fast typist.
Swagbucks is a lovely thing indeed. It’s a wonderful way for everyone to earn some free money to use for things they need! (And P.S. There are other goodies and gift cards you can turn in your Swagbucks for. I just almost always turn them in for Amazon Gift Cards because that is the most helpful for our family.)
Swagbucks has added a ton of new gift cards that you can choose from to redeem your swagbucks! We used to only work towards Amazon cards, but now you can choose from a number of other places that are just as good.
Some of the new options:
$10 CVS gift card – 1,249 SB
$10 Home Depot gift card – 1,249 SB
$10 Macaroni Grill, On The Border and other Restaurants – 1,195 SB
$10 O’Charley’s gift card – 1,145 SB
$10 Fandango gift card – 1,175 SB
$5 Amazon gift card – 450 SB
These new options are fun to me, because you have a way to use your web searching to pay for things offline. Think free diapers, paper towels and more using CVS cards!