How to Make Money and Gift Cards on Swagbucks
I’m often asked what website I make the easiest money on. My answer is always the same- Swagbucks.
I stumbled on Swagbucks when I participated in a survey about Multiple Sclerosis for a local college. When I was finished with the survey, the college sent a $25 Amazon gift card. Confused, I called the professor running the study, who opened up my world to earning gift cards online. He told me about another survey currently available online- except this one was through Swagbucks.
I earned enough the first day to request a $10 Amazon gift card. In one week, I earned enough to pay for all 3 Elementary school supply lists for my kids. My Amazon gift card balance reached triple digits again within a month. By doing nothing more than completing a couple surveys, using the Swagbucks website for searches, visiting new websites, and playing games.
Then I realized just how awesome Swagbucks is. My husband needed to make a purchase from Sportsman’s Guide. Sportsman’s Guide currently offers 5% cash back (or 5sb per dollar spent). This added 750sb (worth $7.50 in gift cards) to my account. On top of that, because it was my first purchase from one of their partner websites, I received an additional $10 Amazon gift card. When all was said and done, he saved over 10% off his purchase.
I started doing all my shopping through Swagbucks and I consistently make 10% or more in gift cards from each purchase.
If Amazon Gift Cards are not for you, there are many other options available, including Wal-Mart gift cards, Starbucks gift cards, Target gift cards, Ebay gift cards, and more. You can even have cash sent to your Paypal account, or added to a Visa prepaid card. You can also use your earnings to donate to charities.
Think about it- how often are you sitting on your phone killing time? Imagine if the games you played earned you points (points on Swagbucks are called SB)? I once sat in a doctors office waiting room and earned enough SB to request a $15 gift card.