I heard of SwagBucks for a long time before I started using it, but I kept ignoring it because things that sound good sometimes also sound gimmicky. Then I started noticing that a lot of you visit Freely Educate each day through Swag Bucks. Since you trust it, I thought I’d try it, and now I’m happy to have redeemed hundreds of dollars in Amazon and Lowe’s gift cards (you can earn other products or other stores’ gift cards; Amazon & Lowe’s were my choice)!
I earned the swag bucks by doing nothing more than what I normally do. At SwagBucks, you receive gift cards or other prizes for doing what you’re already doing: searching on the internet. If you do an average of 5 searches a day, you should earn around $15 a month just from doing what you already do. Toss in a few surveys, a few referrals, watching a video, and the occasional sign-up or coupon printout, and you’ll soon earn enough for a tank of gas or trip to the grocery in no time! 450 SwagBucks = $5 Amazon Gift Card. You may also use the bucks for PayPal cash, Starbucks gift cards, products, and more.
I have an exclusive 70 Swag Bucks bonus for new registrations! Use registration code FREELYLEARN when you sign up. You will then have 100 Swag Bucks instead of the usual 30 Swag Bucks that new registrations receive.
How to Get this Freebie: Visit Swagbucks.com. Register to get started. Click the text that reads “I have a sign up code”, and use code FREELYLEARN for your first 100 Swag Bucks. No credit card required! Our exclusive code expires May 31, 2013 at midnight PST.
Disclosure: I’m telling you about SwagBucks because I genuinely like the program and use the site daily. I will receive Swag Bucks when you sign up, which I use to fill our family’s bookshelves, and occasionally for giveaways on this blog.