Swagbucks is also celebrating Back-To-School this week with additional ways to earn!
- Back-To-School Themed Swagbucks — Collect all five back-to-school themed Swagbucks (one per day), and you’ll earn a 50 Swagbuck bonus!
- Swag Code Extravaganza — On Thursday 8/12, Swagbucks is hosting a Swag Code Extravaganza! Watch for no less than 5 Swag Codes to be released.
- Swag Store Sale — All School Supplies and Cookie’s Kids items are on sale in the Swag Store!
Not familiar with Swag Bucks? Swag Bucks is a search and win site that allows you to earn great prizes such as iPhones, iPods, concert tickets, gift cards, and more just for using them to search the Internet. For example, an Amazon.com eGift card is only 450 Swag Bucks!
If you’re not already a Swag Bucks member, register now so you can claim 30 FREE Swag Bucks. Through 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, August 15th, new members can also score an additional 40 FREE Swag Bucks when you enter the code BackToSchool when registering. This will get you started with a total of 70 Swag Bucks!
Then read through this post to learn more tips on how to maximize your Swag Bucks earnings, including a list of tasks to perform daily.
I’m just curious – doesn’t advertising SwagBucks fall under the same need for disclaimer as other promotions by Bloggers, since the links you provide will in fact result in compensation for yourself?
I’m not intending this to be snarky in any way – I love your blog – I just think it’s ‘cleaner’ and more honest if this is noted.
Over at the ‘MSM’ blog (abbreviated to be less obvious), she always goes on and on about how they’ve never bought diapers, they always buy them from their SwagBucks searches…which is of course more than a little false, because without a *huge* pyramid scheme of readers following the links she’d never have enough points to buy that much solo.
Incidentally, I do think you deserve to reap the benefits – you offer a fabulous, free service – but just thought this fell under the shady side of the new law.
Blessings from Florida!
You are correct, SNT — that’s why I have a disclosure policy linked on every page of my site. You can read it here: https://dealseekingmom.com/disclosure-policy/
I have tried for months to create an account with swagbucks, and every time I get this same message
“We are sorry we cannot offer this feature to you at the current time. If you feel you have reached this screen in error please email [email protected].”
Anyone know how I can bypass this?
Have you tried emailing them? It doesn’t sound like you’re going to be able to bypass it without their assistance.