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SwagBucks Tips & Tricks

Updated on September 18, 2018

Internet Search Addiction

I have to admit, I have an Internet search addiction. I know this addiction is spreading like wild fire in this day and age. But, I have a solution. This solution will not make your addiction go away but it will make it more rewarding. How would you like to use your addiction to your advantage?

This is a screen shot of the SwagBucks I have earned so far.
This is a screen shot of the SwagBucks I have earned so far.

SwagBucks For Searching

You can actually earn SwagBucks from a lot of different sources. But, the one most worthy of your time is using the search bar. When you first sign up, you get the option to download the search bar. I use this instead of Google for example. It functions the exact same way as Google does and you get rewarded for using it. You could be doing research for school and all of the sudden, a picture pops up that says "you just won 10 SwagBucks!" These accumulate quickly without you really doing anything other than what you were already doing. I typically earn about 30 SwagBucks per day from using the tool bar.

Swag Bucks For Shopping

You can also earn Swag Bucks by using the site whenever you are shopping online. It rewards you almost like a cash back system. Right now, you earn 8 Swag Bucks for every dollar you spend on if you go through the Swag Bucks site. That is a great deal! You can also earn a few Swag Bucks every day for taking polls, watching TV on the site and clicking through the NOSO (No obligation special offers.) There are the fastest and simplest ways to use the site. The other Swag earning avenues of the site are not worth the time in my opinion.

Some of the most popular things to use your Swag Bucks for.
Some of the most popular things to use your Swag Bucks for.

Sign Up

Just for signing up I won 30 Swag Bucks. For uploading a picture: 15 Swag Bucks.

And if you want to help me out when you sign up go to

What Can I Buy With Swag Bucks?

I personally have my eye on the Pay Pal cash. You can get $25 deposited in your Pay Pal account for 2,500 Swag Bucks. The best deal when it comes to gift cards is the $5 Amazon gift card for 450 Swag Bucks. But, there are tons of things you can buy. The options range from gift cards to coupons to clothes, electronics and a ton of more awesome things! If you break it down to Swag Bucks equivalent to Pay Pal cash, 1 Swag Buck is equal to 1 penny. 100 Swag Bucks = $1.

You can also use your SwagBucks to buy different items in the Swag Store. There are so many options, it is like going to However, you should price is out and compare how much it costs in SwagBucks to how much your SwagBucks could be worth in PayPal cash. A lot of the items I thought about getting I could but cheaper after cashing them in for a PayPal deposit.

SwagBucks can also be used to buy coupons and discounts through

Tips to get SwagBucks Fast

  1. Use SwagBucks search for everything!
  2. Do the daily polls
  3. Do the daily NOSO
  4. If you shop online, go through the SwagBucks site
  5. Invite your friends
  6. Like SwagBucks on Facebook, they post Swag codes often

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