It’s been awhile since I’ve discussed the awesomeness that is Swagbucks.
Without a doubt, Swagbucks is the easiest way to earn on the web.
In fact, joining Swagbucks was one of the first things I did when I started down the “educated shopper” highway, because who doesn’t like FREE.
Seriously, if you use an internet search tool (like Google) you can be earning Swagbucks. And Swagbucks turn into FREE gift cards (to places like CVS or Amazon). In fact, after you earn 450 Swagbucks, you will have a $5 gift card.
Think it is hard. It isn’t.
I have 65 year old readers who use and love Swagbucks and get their Amazon fix on a regular basis with the bucks that they earn.
And to make the process toward a FREE gift card that much easier, I have a new user code worth 70 Swagbucks for new users (this is on top of the 30 you normally get), which means you will receive 100 Swagbucks and you will be 25% of the way to getting a FREE gift card.
Swagbucks New User Code
Use code KCMAMAS when you register. Just click the text that reads “I have a sign up code” and enter KCMAMAS and you will have 100 Swagbucks immediately.
But not to make my die-hard Swagbuck users feel left out, I’m giving away a $50 Gift Card to Amazon to one lucky KCM reader.
Here’s How To Enter The Giveaway
(Remember, each comment is considered a entry – so leave a separate comment each time.)
Leave me a comment and tell me if you use Swagbucks and if you do your favorite gift card. (Ex. HECK YES…love the Amazon gift cards.)
Additional entry: Become a email subscriber to Kansas City Mamas. (I promise, I won’t spam you.) And then leave a comment and let me know.
Additional entry: Become in Like with Kansas City Mamas on Facebook. (We have fun, I promise.) And then leave a comment and let me know.
Contest will be open till end of day on May 29, 2013. Winner will be notified by email and has 48-hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Winner must reside in the lower 48-states of the continental USA. Good Luck.
Disclosure: Swagbucks provided the giveaway prize, but I was not compensated in any other way. The written remarks are entirely my own. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.