An easy free way to get Facebook credits
I'm writing this purely as an experimental informational hub to pass a little secret onto you all which I've come across one day. By now in this age and time just about everyone on the face of the earth has heard about Facebook. So some of you might be asking just what are Facebook Credits? Just like the tokens you find at any arcade at your favorite beach, they are a safe and secure way to play games and buy virtual and digital goods on Facebook. Facebook credits are also a great way to make payments online. They also make your life easier by becoming your virtual wallet on Facebook, and they are supported in countries and currencies around the world. You can always buy Facebook credits, however I wanted to pass onto you an easy free way that you can obtain these wonders of the internet. Searching for these specially marked caps is certainly among fun things to do when your bored.
Now when I say it's easy, I really truly mean easy. This all started for the first time last year, and they decided to bring it back to us again in 2013. You start by simply getting the bottle cap off of several different specially marked soda bottles, like 7up, Sun Drop, Sunkist, Canada Dry, and A&W root beer. Sometimes you can just simply untwist these caps right off of bottles that you see and find laying around, without costing you a dime. Unlike most websites you visit to enter codes, this one is super fast and easy to use. (I could have used the words - user friendly here, however I really can't stand to hear that term.) When you pull up the site's web page, which is printed on the top of the green Facebook bottle caps, you just simply sign in like you are on Facebook. Then the site will ask you for a code, and you enter the 12 short digits, which is a combination of letters and numbers. These numbers and letters are also very easy to read, unlike other codes you may have come across in the past. You hit submit, and you are done! It's complete and over in less than twenty or thirty seconds. This sites the fastest and simplest way to redeem codes that I've ever had the pleasure of coming across on the internet. That's why I decided to pass all of this onto you good people.
So far to date out of the bottle caps that I've redeemed, the Facebook credits have varied some in size. Some were valued at one hundred credits, fifty credits, twenty five credits, ten credits, and five credits, while others were valued at one credit. It's advertised on the web site that they range in value from one to 5,000 Facebook credits. There's no rhyme or reason for the difference in their value, and you won't know how much each cap is worth until you enter it, but they all are 100% free, and take virtually no effort to cash in. So far I haven't used these Facebook credits for anything, but I'm building up quite a large account full of credits for the future. I really recommend this to anyone who is on Facebook, because you really never know when they might some day come in handy. If anyone has Any questions, problems or anything they would like to add to what I've said here, please just mention it below in the comment section and we will figure it all out. Have a great day, and keep on hubbing!
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