Swagbucks Challenge – Last Stand

The Swagbucks challenge is coming to an end today. A sneaky peak of the league tables (and other people’s posts etc) makes it clear that I will not be bagging the £250 prize for the most points accrued. That said I have still built enough for £35 of Amazon vouchers in a short time and will very little effort to be fair. If I’m being very honest had I not been so busy over the past month work-wise I could have made more but a few clicks here, a couple of surveys, watching some videos and a couple of spacial offers later and I have enough for stocking fillers for the boys, a new slow cooker for me (mine disappeared during our house move…. I’m aghast!) or something extra for Roy.

The most enjoyed “bucks” have been those that have hit the account through my doing nothing. Others who have joined up via my referral link (below) and gone on to earn swagbucks themselves have helped me earn too. What a bonus!

Anyway – if you fancy earning a little extra for yourself then do give Swagbucks a go. I must dash, I have a few hours of this challenge left!

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SwagBucks – Progress Report

As some of you will know from my previous post, my tweeting and Facebook posts I am taking part in the Tots100 Thrifty Blogger Swagbucks Challenge. The idea is to accrue as many Swagbucks as I can before the 14th December in order to win £250 worth of points.

So far I have to say that I’m thoroughly enjoying it! I doubt I will top the table for the highest earner however I am still forging ahead as I have found SwagBucks to be a fantastic way of earning a little extra that you can do even when working full time. I’m working like a mad thing at the moment and have little time to spare yet already have a Swagbucks balance of 6468. If you have a nosy at the Redeem section of the website then you will see that already I can cash out for a variety of treats, including Amazon vouchers. I have my eye on these (great for last minute Xmas gifts!) and I already have enough Swagbucks for £35 worth.

I love the fact that there are so many ways to earn points without being glued to the computer all day and every day. I pop on and off when I get a chance and have earned via searches, no spend offers, special offers, videos, surveys and more. There is also a Spend and Earn function so that if you are shopping via certain retailers you will get Swagbucks for every pound that you pay out. I also must try the games as you are able to earn more that way. So many ways to earn so easily without sacrificing too many precious hours.

There are also numerous other ways to win extra Swagbucks on the Facebook page so it is worth having a look on there. New ways to earn and special offers often come up there.

So, my progress so far has been surprisingly good! With very little effort I have already built up a decent amount of Swagbucks and am looking forward to exploring the numerous other ways that I can continue to do so.
How fantastic would it be to have a bonus £50 to spend on the kids at Christmas?

One of the best (quickest) ways to earn via Swagbucks is to get friends and family to join. You can earn up to 1000 Swagbucks as they earn so you both benefit. If you fancy the idea of earning some extra with little effort do keep my referral link in mind.

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Keep an eye on the blog over the following few weeks and for those on Twitter you can find out more via the #SwagbucksChristmas hashtag and potentially be in with a chance of winning something yourself.