How I get some free stuff5:40 PM
I'm asked sometimes how do I get free stuff. Well some items are sent to me for reviewing purposes free of charge, some I received from BzzAgent or Influenster and others I buy on Amazon or other sites but don't pay for it out of my own pocket. I'm going to discuss briefly on the latter - how to get free stuff from Amazon, Target or Sephora using Swagbucks.
I love earning free stuff, who doesn't? One of things I use to earn free stuff is a toolbar from a company called Swagbucks. "Swagbucks.com is an online portal dedicated to helping you earn digital dollars called "Swag Bucks", which can be redeemed for exclusive Swagbucks.com merchandise" - from Swagbucks website. I love their toolbar and use it more frequently than Google because with each search you have the potential to earn Swagbucks ranging from a couple of SBs to 100 SBs depending on your "luck".
Once you've accumulated enough SBs you can redeems those SBs for a variety of items including gift certificates to Sephora, Amazon, Target, Paypal, Walmart, Starbucks and so many other companies. I normally exchange my SBs for Amazon gift cards because for every 450 SBs you redeem you get a $5 Amazon e-certificate to use on Amazon. I've also exchanged it for Sephora which was more SBs - 500 SBs for a $5 e-certificate.
Now I do have to point out that sometimes the more money the gift certificate (e-certificate) is valued the more SBs it takes and sometimes it's not worth it. For example, a $5 Amazon is 450 SBs while the $15 Amazon is 1500 SBs which breaks down to an extra 150 SBs more since you can get three $5 Amazon e-certificates for 1350.
I've been a member of Swagbucks for over three years now and I've earned a few hundred dollars in e-certificates which I've used at Sephora and Amazon on a variety of products ranging from shoes to makeup to cellphone accessories. My middle daughter earns more than I do because she does the surveys and does more than just searches so she's earned enough for a new MP3 player, wigs (she's a cosplayer), shoes, clothes and so much more.
It's free to join, free to use and you earn free e-certificates to use on sites you probably already use.
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