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Saturday, June 13, 2020

Saving for Vacation with Swagbucks

As a budget traveler, the more money I can save on my trip the better. If you are also looking for ways to add money to your vacation fund or save on luggage or other travel goodies, then look no further than Swagbucks. Here are just a few ways to get points that you can trade in for gift cards or Paypal credits:

How To Contact Swagbucks – The Daily Swag

Use Coupons

Swagbucks has coupons for things you want to buy at the grocery store. Get points for both printing and redeeming them.

Take Surveys

On your downtime, or while you're watching TV, or standing in line, take some surveys to earn Swagbucks. There is always a great list of surveys that fit into whatever time you have free.

Watch videos

Interested in celebrity news or new movies or current events? Watch featured videos to easily earn Swagbucks. I don't always love the videos, so I have them play in the background while I'm doing other things.

Web Search

If you use Swagbucks to search the web, they randomly give out Swagbucks. If there's a special event going on with collector's bills, you can earn even more than usual. 

Get Cashback in Swagbucks

I have SB on my Chrome browser where it will pop up the cashback button on eligible websites. If the cashback is better than Rakuten or has better coupons, I'll use that and then get my cashback in the form of Swagbucks. This can really help you rack up points quickly for payouts.

Sign up with this link and get 300 FREE Swagbucks (that's $3!) when you accrue 300 SB in your first 30 days. I've been using Swagbucks for 10 years or so, and I used it mostly for free Amazon gift cards for travel gear and party supplies. It really allows me to get more for my money. 

How would you use your free money from Swagbucks for your vacations?

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