Swagbucks Update & Review: Earn Free Gift Cards For Searching the Web

on July 25, 2015

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I first posted about Swagbucks on June 6th, saying I was going to give it try and report back to y’all about my experience. Swagbucks is billed as the web’s premier reward site and offers users rewards in the form of “Swagbucks” that can be redeemed for gift cards.

The simplest way to earn Swagbucks is to make it your default search engine. I decided to see how many Swagbucks I could earn just by using it as my search engine.

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Well, in about 7 weeks I earned 500 Swagbucks which was enough to redeem for a $5 Amazon gift card. I cashed in my Swagbucks yesterday and as soon as my Amazon gift card shows up I will add it to my Amazon account.

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While I do appreciate a little extra money for Amazon, I did give up my favorite search engine (Google) and spent a little time each day typing in a code that popped up to earn my Swagbucks. But since I do a lot of searching anyway, I figure it is nice to get paid for it, even if it isn’t much. You can earn loads more Swagbucks if you are willing to spend a little time on their site completing tasks in exchange for bucks.

Does anyone else out there use Swagbucks? If so, what makes it worthwhile to you?

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