One of my newest endeavors is earning Swagbucks from Swagbucks.com
How it Works
We reward our members with free gift cards and cash for the everyday things they already do online.
Shop online, Watch entertaining videos, search the web, answer surveys, and find great deals to earn points.
Get Free Gift Cards
Redeem your points for free gift cards to your favorite retailers like Amazon or Walmart, to name a few, or get cash back from PayPal.
Swagbucks is free to join and with the Swagbucks, you earn from using their search engine, you can redeem prizes like gift cards, e-gift cards, electronics, and other cool stuff.
I am shooting for Amazon.com e-gift cards. You can get a $5 Amazon gift code once you earn 45 Swagbucks.
You can also earn gift cards from other retailers like Target, Macy’s, iTunes, Sephora and many more.
Earning Swagbucks is very easy.
You earn 3 just for signing up to be a member.
You can get an additional free Swagbucks by entering the code: BirthdayBuck.
That would make 4 Swagbucks just for signing up and entering the free code.
After you do this you can earn more Swagbucks from doing searches in their search engine.
I am sure all of you do searches in Google or Ask.com on a regular basis. Well, you will get the same high-quality results from searching on Swagbucks.com, but you will also earn Swagbucks for doing your searches.
You can also earn Swagbucks from referrals such as inviting your family and friends to join.
Once you join it is easy to add their search bar to your browser’s toolbar and begin your journey to earn more Swagbucks.
You can do searches directly from their site, or by adding the toolbar to your internet browser.
Where to Enter Swagbucks Codes
If you are a member of Swagbucks you may be wondering where to enter Swagbucks codes when you find them.
You will need to go into your account the Swagbucks homepage, then once you are in your account you enter the code on the left side of the page in the box that says ‘Enter your Swag Code’ and then click on ‘Gimme!’.
You can find Swagbucks codes places like the Swagbucks blog, Twitter, and Facebook.
I hope this helps those of you who are wondering where to enter the free Swagbucks codes they find.