SwagBucks Cashback and $5 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on November 13, 2014

We’re continuing our holiday cash back series with a special offer from Swagbucks!

Swagbucks allows you to earn points to exchange for gift cards that you can use for everyday purchases or holiday shopping. I just checked my account and I was pleased to see I still have over 16,000 Swagbucks to cash out (leftover from buying Visa Gift Cards Online last spring)!

Right now Swagbucks is offering a $5 sign up bonus. My Dollar Plan readers also get an extra 70 Swagbucks when you sign up.

How to Get Your SwagBucks

  1. Sign up for a SwagBucks account.
  2. Use the sign up code: DOLLARPLAN70, which is case sensitive.
  3. You’ll get 70 extra swag bucks just for signing up.
  4. Earn 2,500 Swag Bucks within the first 60 days of membership and get a $5 bonus.

Here’s more from Kate on Swagbucks if you aren’t familiar with the program:

What is Swagbucks?

Swagbucks is a site that allows you to earn cash back by visiting their site before online shopping, as well as playing games, watching videos, searching the web and answering surveys. You can then redeem your Swagbucks (points) for prizes, including gift cards.

What gift cards can I redeem my Swagbucks for?

You can redeem your Swagbucks for gift cards at a variety of stores, including Starbucks, Walmart, CVS, T.J. Maxx, Marshall’s and Amazon. A $5 gift card usually requires redeeming about 500 Swagbucks.

More on Swagbucks

Referrals. Swagbucks updated their referral program. You now earn 10% of the Swagbucks they earn for life. Referral programs that keep on giving are a great opportunity!

More Points. One way to really maximize your Swagbucks earnings is to use the toolbar they provide for searching the web.

Sign Up for Swagbucks

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