Swagbucks, revisited

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Today, we are revisiting the topic of Swagbucks for a couple reasons. First, because it’s awesome, and the last time I talked about it was back in February. Since I started Swagbucks back in November, I’ve earned $75 in Amazon.com gift cards. That is $75 worth of free money. I like free!
Of course you can get many many more prizes through Swagbucks, but my personal favorite happens to be Amazon.com (only 450 SB) because you can get so many things there!
I’m currently saving my money for a wedding gift for a wedding this fall, but since I started I have bought:
The 4th season of Supernatural (used, of course)
A book which I can’t remember for my sister for Christmas (again, used)
Big Bad-Ass Book of Cocktails for my sister-in-law’s birthday (do I have to say this was used too?)
A gift for Geoff for Christmas, which I’m not going to mention here because he does occasionally read my blog
Lysine Treats for Clarabelle, because she has what is called cat herpes, something many shelter cats get. It gives her runny eyes and the lysine keeps it in check. I need more of these.

I think there are a couple other things I’ve bought, but that happens to be all I can remember. Note that that is 3 gifts (free!), something I would buy anyway (Supernatural) and treats that I usually wouldn’t get for the cat, but is still a good idea. All free.

Swagbucks can be confusing, however, so I encourage you to revisit my original post which explains exactly how to get Swagbucks on a daily basis. Sure, it takes a while to earn enough for a gift card (about a month to a month and a half for me, depending on how diligent I am) but in my opinion, it’s totally worth it! Plus, it takes so little time to do! So check it out!

Do you use Swagbucks? What have you bought with your bucks?

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About Megg

I'm a 28 year old, newly married, newly living in Washington, librarian trying to find a job in a library. Meanwhile I'm working with kids and spend my afternoons playing Mancala and reading picture books. Come along for the journey as I share recipes, decoration ideas, photos, and hopefully gain some insight from the internet and fellow bloggers.

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