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Top 3 Legit Reward Apps for Free Amazon Gift Cards

Updated on October 26, 2016

Yes, it's true! Free Amazon Gift Cards!

It may be hard to believe when you scroll through the Google Play Store and see an app promising users free gift cards or Pay Pal cash rewards, but some of them are actually legit apps! I have tried so many of them, I am surprised that my phone hasn't exploded----or my brain for that matter.

I know it all sounds like a total waste of time, and I have to agree that some the apps are just downright scams, but I still use these 3 apps for my Android to keep the Amazon Gift Cards rolling in!

Lucktastic Rewards App!

Lucktastic is a great start and at first, is really fun. Basically you get rewarded with tokens that you can spend on a variety of gift cards like Amazon, Burger King, and, in exchange for watching advertisements, downloading and trying new game apps like Pirate King and playing scratch-off cards, like the ones you buy in the store from a State Lottery.

They usually give a bonus for first time sign up and as long as use it every day, you can earn up to 1500 tokens as a Mystery Reward. I actually have cashed out at least $30 worth of Amazon gift cards (23,000 tokens=$5 Amazon card).

Microsoft Rewards is My Fave!

Formerly known as Bing Rewards, the new and improved Microsoft Rewards program is by far, my all-time favorite rewards app and program! I have been using this program for a long time and at first, only used it to get more credits and subscriptions for my Xbox Live account.

Now, I strictly use the Microsoft Rewards app to acquire $5 Amazon Gift Cards and I get one about every 2 weeks. All I had to do was sign up and use the Bing search bar, check out their daily offers (looking at pictures of cute animals, learning about history, and whatever).

They offer Bonus points for completing other tasks like making 150 searches in a month, which is a cake-walk. They also have many other bonus opportunities to earn points and cash out for free Amazon gift cards. Totally the best app ever!

Swagbucks! Cash out Early!

Swagbucks is another great app for earning Amazon gift cards, and what is great about this app is you can cash out with as little as 300 Swagbucks ($3 Amazon Gift Card)! Basically the same idea as most reward apps (download a new app for the first time, play it, get reward).

Swagbucks also gives you the opportunity to earn through referrals, taking easy surveys (I know you hate them but they pay) playing games, buying from online stores, watching movie trailers and so much more. I have made at least $20 in Amazon gift cards from these guys and they also have other gift cards to choose from, like Pay Pal.

Tips for Earning the Most!

Here are a few tips to getting the most bang for your buck out these reward apps! Always read the fine print and choose your apps carefully! Some apps give more of a reward for downloading a game or new app, but remember you only get rewarded if you are a first time user. So if Lucktastic offers 1500 Tokens for downloading Pirate Kings, and Swagbucks only offers 25 Swagbucks for the same download, you need to weigh out which one will pay you more, because you only get one!

Another tip is don't download any reward app that makes you pay for signing up with them. This is a SCAM! The only time you should have to pay anything is if you are offered points/tokens for shopping online at stores like Amazon and Walmart. Don't fall for it!

Finally, choose your offers carefully. You will see some that promise points and tokens for signing up for emails from a coupon company or "Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card". Know that these have an extremely lengthy fine-print section and require you to spend money! Which brings us back to the first tip "Read the Fine Print"!

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