Exciting Swagbucks News!

Swag Bucks just announced that they are no longer limiting Swagbucks accounts to one per household! This means that when you refer anyone who lives in your house (your spouse, brother, sister, roommate, etc).  This was previously not allowed, but now you can BOTH have your own account and since you referred them, when they win you will win too until they reach the 1,000 Swagbucks limit. (That means if your husband wins 10 Swagbucks, you will get 10 bucks added to your account until he has earned his first 1,000.  When he reaches 1,000 – you will have also received a matching 1,000 = 2,000 Swagbucks!

This means MORE Amazon gift cards!! 

Here’s all the details:
– Swagbucks won’t be linking accounts if one of you doesn’t refer the other.
– This policy is in effect moving forward, and doesn’t retroactively apply to older situations where multiple accounts in a household were discovered.
– They are still only allowing one account per individual. Multiple accounts per person are still expressly prohibited and will be shut down.

What is Swagbucks?

Swagbucks is a search engine that rewards you for searching the web. I’ve reset my
homepage to Swagbucks so when I open my browser it’s there and I use the
 search feature just as I would Google or Yahoo search. You win
swagbucks for using their search engine.

There are also other ways to get swagbucks. Special Offers, Referrals,
Sweepstakes, Downloading and Using their Toolbar, Voting in Daily Polls, Free codes that they
post on their blog, Facebook or Twitter, etc. You can also trade in old
cell phones and video games for swagbucks!

Here are some of the rewards you can get for your swagbucks:

$5 Amazon.com giftcard – 450 swagbucks

$5 Paypal CASH – 700 swagbucks

$10 Starbucks Card – 1300 swagbucks

$15 iTunes card – 1850 swagbucks

$20 Target E-Card – 2200 swagbucks

Skeptical?  Read how I was able to save money on gifts by getting them for FREE or super cheap by using Amazon giftcards I earned from Swagbucks!

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