Money Just Sitting in My Swagbucks Account

I haven’t signed into my SwagBucks account in about 4 years. I forgot that I have $10 worth of Amazon gift cards sitting there waiting to be used. It’s like finding money in my coat pocket from last winter. Honestly I completely forgot that I had many of the accounts that I used to use to make money at home. When we were Homeschooling, I was at home all day, I had blogging and I had all my ways of making money while teaching my kids from home. Swagbucks is a great way to earn a few dollars. There are different tasks, taking surveys, watching videos, shopping through their website, and bringing in new members with referrals. In the time that I was away from my account, my referrals earned me enough points to trade in for another $10 gift card to Amazon. I earned a few points here and there from their activity! That is fantastic considering I completely forgot about this site, and many others that I used to use.


Join Swagbucks!
You Can Get Free Gift Cards For Shopping, Searching and Discovering What’s Online at is a simple site to navigate, and has many easy ways to earn points. You can also earn points called SwagBucks (SB) for logging in every day and doing a few things to hit your daily goal. Over time you can earn SB just for being consistent with your activity. If you sign up, I will get a 10% referral bonus once you start earning. So if you earn 100 SB points, I will get 10, and if you earn 1000 SB, I will get 100. And it looks like we get a matched bonus of 300 SB when you earn your first 300 SB . Once you sign up, you can offer referrals to your circle as well and earn points from them exactly the same way. It is one of the easiest ways to earn gift cards, and I am excited to find gift cards sitting in my account waiting to be spent, mostly likely on a Prime Membership!


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