Swagbucks may have sponsored this post, but I assure you that I was a fan of Swagbucks LONG before this post came about. (You just need to take a quick peek at my social media history and you’ll see that I shout it to the roof tops when I earn Swagbucks for doing searches.)
I’m thrilled to announce that:
Swagbucks, the web’s largest rewards site, would
like to scare up some savings for your Halloween shopping needs this
month with up to 14% cash back from some of your favorite retailers
including Groupon, Target, BuyCostumes.com, Costume Supercenter,
Living Social and much more.
Yes, you read that correctly. That is up to 14% cash back from shopping at stores we all know and love. I know many of you are loyal Target shoppers and fans because when we’ve been blessed to do a giveaway with them that is one of my most popular giveaways. I can express how much money Groupon can save a family on the deals they offer for vacations to gifts for others. Living Social has some really high reviews too. Those costume places provide quality costumes well worth spending your money on. Now you can get MONEY BACK for all of those purchases.
I have used Swagbucks for years now. I can’t even begin to tell you how nice it is to do the things I always do and earn money back for it. It has saved us money on Del’s video gaming hobby, my blogging expenses have been covered (yes, I get money in my PayPal account from them), and the kids have received many of their gifts from Swagbucks. It’s so easy to earn Swagbucks that my kids have all helped earn them in some form or fashion through the years.
I may sound like a sales person when it comes to Swagbucks, but when you make the switch to using them instead of Google.com you gain something back for it. I’ve done the comparison of Swagbucks verse Ebates and MyPoints.com through the years, and by far I’ve gained more from Swagbucks than I have with either of those two resources. (Mind you, both of them do have their benefits and are good companies too please don’t get me wrong. However, when a company is superior to another there is no contest.)
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I’m pleased to announce that you have the chance to win a $50.00 gift card from Swagbucks. The terms are that you must fill out the Rafflecopter completely. You must be 13 years old and older and live in US or Canada. The winner must respond to the winning email announcement within 48 hours of the winner’s announcement email from email@example.com (hint: add me to your contact list) with the required information so that Swagbucks can get you your prize. Tidbits of Experience is not responsible for the prize being sent to the winner.
Still not convinced to fill out the form and join Swagbucks? Watch this video for even more information.