Since the company’s inception, Swagbucks has rewarded $32 million to more than 6.5 million users. Think of it as your personal sugar daddy, loading you up with gifts for the things you do online. Those who have already tapped into this moneymaker have turned it into a way of life, boosting their purchasing power for everything from household supplies to electronics.
The latest and greatest company advancement is their newly launched Shop & Earn program. By scoring major partnerships with retailers including Walmart, Target, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Best Buy, the Apple Store, Disney, Sears, K-Mart and more, shoppers can turn their online purchases into redeemable rewards for future savings.
In honor of the new program, we have partnered with Swagbucks for an exclusive giveaway for SheKnows readers. The grand prize for one lucky winner is 30,000 Swagbucks (a value of $300).
How to turn time into money
There are two ways to join. Log in with your Facebook account or create an account with your email address.
Earn rewards points by surfing the web, watching videos, shopping online, playing games, taking surveys and buying daily deals.
Redeem your points for stuff!
What users are saying
I’d say this is the coolest new thing on the internet, but you don’t have to take it from me. Beyond the facts and figures, here’s what some users have to say:
“Thanks to Swagbucks, I have already used my credits to purchase my son a pair of shoes, action figures, my daughter a Disney Princess Keyboard and my hubby a gift.” Posted by member Carlee
“My daughter's Christmas was paid for thanks to Swagbucks, all with Amazon cards purchased with my Swagbucks. Thanks!!!” Posted by member Lisa Barber
“Each year I have saved enough Swagbucks to pay for a very large part of my Christmas spending, primarily with Amazon gift cards. Since Amazon has just about everything imaginable, this is an easy choice. I also save on time and gas, since I never leave my house to get the Christmas shopping done!” Posted by member Michelle
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