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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Saving Money with Swagbucks

If you haven't noticed, we're really excited about Swagbucks around here. We started searching online with Swagbucks about 2 months ago. We also told some friends about it and wrote about it here and here. The reason we're so excited about Swagbucks is because it really works!

So far, in the past 2 months we've earned over 1500 Swagbucks. After looking at all the options, Tim and I decided that we'd redeem our points for Amazon gift cards. Gone are the days when Amazon was just for buying books. Now, you can purchase almost anything on Amazon, from diapers to digital downloads and power tools to groceries.

We've been redeeming our swagbucks as we get them and have received $165 in FREE gift cards from Amazon. We also used our swagbucks to get one FREE $5 gift card from Starbucks. We'll use this for an inexpensive date night.

Sign up for Swagbucks and start getting rewarded for searching online!

We've been using Swagbuck to help get items for the house and garden. Here's a run-down of the items we've "purchased" so far with our Amazon gift cards.

1. Cordless Phone
2. 2 USB Drives (4 GB each)
3. set of 8 Rechargeable AA Batteries
4. Heavy Duty Wooden Spoon
5. Y-shaped Vegetable Peeler
6. Small Stainless Steel Colander
7. 16 Gauge Aluminum Wire (164 Feet)
8. Buttercrunch Lettuce Seeds (4800+ pack)
9. Organic Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean Seeds (100 pack)
10. Oregon Sugar Pod Pea Seeds (50 pack)
11. Hales Best Jumbo Cantaloupe Seeds (50 pack)
12. Crimson Sweet Watermelon Seeds (40 pack)
13. Burpee Petite 'n Sweet Carrot Seeds (800 pack)
14. Organic Roma Tomato Seeds (30 pack)
15. Italian Grape Tomato Seeds (30 pack)
16. Imperial Black Beauty Eggplant Seeds (50 pack
17. Monnopa Spinach Seeds (250 pack)

For more information about how Swagbucks works go here. You can click here to sign up with Swagbucks and start earning points to redeem for your favorite items.

Read about how we're Saving Some Green in the Garden this spring.

Full Disclosure: The SwagBucks links in this post are our affiliate links and we'll get extra points when you sign up. Once you've signed up, you can email or post your own referral links on your blog to earn some extra points as well! :) Thank you to everyone who is helping us receive free gift cards by signing up with us and earning swagbucks!
Contributed to Frugal Fridays and Hooked on Fridays.


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2 Comments:

Blogger Hoosier Homemade said...

Great work! I use Swagbucks too, but haven't earned that much yet. You inspire me to earn more.
Thanks for sharing!
~Liz

March 20, 2009 at 3:03 PM  
Blogger Pixel Berry Pie Designs said...

I *love* Swagbucks! Been on there since last February earning stuff.

Have you heard of the website iRazoo? It's similar to Swagbucks, because you can use their search engine while you're surfing the internet to earn points. I just started out on iRazoo and I'm looking for some people to refer. I thought since you're already on Swagbucks then you might like this new website too. :~)

If you would consider signing up through my referral link, I'd be so appreciative! I'm planning to purchase a whole bunch of Amazon.com gift cards through both Swagbucks & iRazoo, because I have my eyes set on one of those Amazon Kindle E-book readers! I'm hoping that I could basically get the item for free by using a whole bunch of of these gift cards... hehehe!

My referral link, if you decide to try it:
http://www.irazoo.com/ReferedNewUser.aspx?Refby=purplelilskye

Well, gotta go. I do hope you'll join this new website!
Blessings,
~ Tarissa

July 6, 2010 at 10:52 AM  

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