There are so many ways to earn points
Iâ€™ve been trying out different type of Paid to Search, Paid to Click, Survey or other types of online rewards programs for over 12 years. Some have been great additional income and some have been a waste a time. Swag Bucks is however, one of the easiest with some of the highest payouts Iâ€™ve found. There are many ways to earn points, it doesnâ€™t take long to have enough points to redeem for gift cards and the gift card codes arrive within two weeks.
The original way to earn Swag Bucks is to search. Do you Google? If so just search on Swag Bucks instead. Iâ€™ve found the same search results but unlike Google I have the chance to receive points every time I search. You can search using the box right at the top of Swagbucks.com or make it your home page so you donâ€™t forget to search for Swag Bucks. I often received 7 - 11 Swag Bucks when I search. Fridays are Mega Swagbucks Days and I get 20-50 Swag Bucks then. If you are doing lots of random searches you will be required to enter a code to make sure you are not a coupon each time you win Swag Bucks.
The Trusted Surveys link on the left side bar on Swagbucks.com can be a huge Swag Bucks maker. Just by visiting the Survey link you receive 1 Swag Buck daily. On the Survey page they list surveys available for you and how much they are worth. I regularly receive 50-100 Swag Bucks when I respond to their surveys.
Daily Polls are another simple way to earn. You can locate the Daily Polls page through a link in the left side bar at Swagbucks.com. You Receive 1 Swag Buck just for answering the Daily Poll. The polls are often interesting and you get see the search results after you submit your answer.
In the left side bar there is a link labeled NOSO which stands for No Obligation Special Offers. You will receive a link every day our click through those ads. It doesnâ€™t take long there are normally only 4-6 ads. If you skip all the ads you still get your Swag Buck and they never require a credit card.
The Special Offers, on the left side bar, is a left of offers and how many Swag Bucks you will use if you choose to sign up. These offers vary greatly. Some you just need to watch a short video to receive Swag Bucks. Other you have to sign up for an email newsletter, â€śLikeâ€ť them on Facebook or â€śFollowâ€ť on Twitters. Others are Trial Offers that you would need to cancel to avoid being charged. Some you need to purchase a service or item to receive Swag Bucks. They have new types of offers regularly.
Swag Bucks TV, on the left side bar, is one of the newest ways to earn. You can earn Swag Bucks for viewing the short videos and sometimes bonus Swag Bucks for answering correct questions about the clips.
The Daily Deals, on the left side bar, is one of the newest additions to the Swag Bucks site. The list limited time deals, mostly retail items, and the Swag Bucks amount you earn if you purchase this deal.
The Coupons link, on the left side bar, is another recent addition to Swag Bucks. This page is powered by Coupons.com. It features mostly printable grocery coupons. When you print and redeem coupons from this link you receive 10 Swag Bucks for each coupon used. The Swag Bucks from this link takes 8-12 weeks to post due to the time it take for paper coupons to be tracked
Shop & Earn, on the left side bar, is another huge Swag Bucks maker. It lists many commonly used online shopping sites. When you purchase items through the Swag Bucks link you receive you earn 2 Swag Bucks for every $1 spent. It can take a couple weeks for these Swag Bucks to post.
Trade In, on the left side bar, is a way to earn Swag Bucks for trading in old electronics and books. You log on, look up the item you have, print the postage paid label, ship and then receive your Swag Bucks. This is a great way to clean out the closet and earn more Swag Bucks without leaving the house.
Swag Codes are another way to earn points. The Swag Codes can be hard to find and need to be entered exactly. They dislike these being reposted and will suspend you account if you are posting them on you blog, Twitter, or Facebook. Some of the places to find these codes is by downloading their Toolbar, in your Swag Bucks Inbox, or on the Swag Buckâ€™s Blog, Twitter or Facebook pages.
Swag Bucks has started a Games option too. It is in testing and only available by invite right now. Iâ€™m looking forward to its release and details.
The best part of Swag Bucks is redeeming. You can go to the Swag Store and redeem for prizes or gift cards. There are also Swagstakes where you can redeem Swag Bucks for contest entries.