What is Swagbucks?

Posted by Mrs Money on March 30th, 2010

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One of the ways I make money online is by searching through Swagbucks. How does Swagbucks work? Swagbucks is a free search engine.  You sign up for a Swagbucks account, start searching, and win swagbucks that you can trade for cool things like Amazon gift certificates, Paypal money, and you can even donate your swagbucks to plant a tree!  When you search, you’ll see ads up at the top (just like other search engines) and basically they are giving you a cut of the advertising dollars they earn.

How I use swagbucks is like this:  I make it a point to do a few searches everyday until I win some Swagbucks.  The amount varies each time, but every time I win it makes me happy.  They add up!  Once you hit an amount that you want to cash in, you can check the Swag Store and trade in the bucks for prizes.  It’s pretty cool.  I like that it’s free and you don’t have to do much to get the Swagbucks.

When you sign up, I would love it you would use my referral link! I earn Swagbucks from the referrals.  Then, have all your friends sign up under you!

Do you use Swagbucks?

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8 Responses to “What is Swagbucks?”


  1. Cate says:

    I love swagbucks! I have about $40 in Amazon gift cards right now, which I plan to use to order a water bath canner and a book I’ve been wanting to read. Swagbucks really add up, and since I do a lot of searching anyway, it’s definitely worth my while!

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  2. Jeff says:

    I always wondered what SwagBuck was all about. I’ve seen it all over and get hits on the blog from it but never really knew. I used your link to sign up :-) Make sure you get da Bucks…

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  3. Cindy says:

    I love swagbucks too! All the swagbucks add up before you know it. I usually get the Amazon gift cards. It’s a way to get paid for searches that I would be doing anyways.

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  4. Abigail says:

    I heart swagbucks big time. (Yes, I said “heart” but so what?)

    Thanks to the program — and many fab, fab readers who signed up through my blog — I was able to get Tim a PSP for his birthday/Christmas absolutely free. Hooray $5 Amazon GCs!

    Last month, we were able to get an iPod Touch, which is helping Tim’s ADD because he uses it like a PDA: calendars, alarms, the works.

    I think the weirdest thing about the program, though, is just how weirdly vindicated you feel when you win Swagbucks. You get inordinately happy about it. It’s kind of funny, in a strange way. But I suppose I’m just easy to please.

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  5. BibleDebt says:

    Thanks for sharing. I was not up to speed on what swagbucks were either. Might have to make the a habit and pick up some extra bucks!

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  6. I’ve been using swagbucks for a while now. I only have 420 swagbucks, but hey, its a work in progress right??

    You also get points just for using the toolbar!

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  7. Little House says:

    Okay. You won me over. I just signed up using your referral link. Thanks for the info. I do have one question: I checked out their widget and ad codes, I thought they had a search bar feature that I could install on my blog. Am I wrong about that? I can’t find it on their site. thanks!

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