on Aug 28, 2014 @ 08:48 am|
Hi Everyone -
I thought I would share my experience with SwagBucks for anyone looking for information or reviews from someone who has had experience with the site.
For those who don't know - you earn SwagBucks points by playing
games, searching the web, answering surveys, watching videos, completing tasks, etc. which you can then redeem for e-gift cards such as Amazon,
Sephora, and Starbucks.
I've been on the site for a little over a week (very actively) and have had a good experience so far. I just requested to redeem 1000 points for a $10 Sephora e-gift card (which can be redeemed in-store
like a regular gift card *but not online* for Canadian residents)
1 point = 1 cent so depending on how much spare time you have, it can take a little while to rack up a lot of points but if you're bored and/or have extra free time, I think it's a useful way to earn a little extra $ :)
Here's a referral link if anyone wanted to check it out :)
|:) on Aug 28, 2014 @ 02:21 pm|
I was interested in this so thanks for the info. You sure would need some time to be dedicated!
|- on Aug 28, 2014 @ 02:32 pm|
Yes absolutely it can be time consuming - but doing a survey or entering their daily poll here and there can definitely add up.
I am interested in trying out "Super Points" too but it doesn't look as reputable.
|love swagbucks! on Aug 28, 2014 @ 08:17 pm|
I really like Swagbucks too! I tend to my surveys and polls in the evening while relaxing dururing cvommercisl breaks of shows! I spend about 25mins/evening and an doing OK with my points!!! I'm saving myngift cards for stocking stuffers!
|Not worth the time you spend. on Aug 31, 2014 @ 06:38 pm|
If you have a lot of time on your hands this might be a good thing, but if you actually work out the per hr pay off I'm guessing it is less than $2/hr. You'd be better off doing some freelance work.
This is not a judgement, just a relisation after spending a month on swag-bucks.