How to Earn Free Gift Cards Simply By Switching Your Search Engine

One of the things that has been a life-saver as a new mom has been the availability of shopping online at the last minute. When we were first moving back up to Ohio, I was able to go online, find a mattress to go inside Claire's pack-n-play for sleeping at her grandparents', and have it there by the time we moved up. Plus, there are so many online reviews that make purchase decisions easier and more reliable.

It's no secret that one of the things that has helped fuel this online shopping of mine (almost always at Amazon), has been Swagbucks. I've mentioned it a few times before but with Christmas coming around the corner, wanted to give it another spotlight in case anyone is interested in taking advantage of signing up to start earning points that can be cashed in for all kinds of gift cards to places like Amazon and other prizes.

If you're unfamiliar with the basics, is a new search engine, with the perk that they reward you for searching with them. Swagbucks uses Google and to generate its search results so it's not really any different if you already use either of those. Except that you can get rewarded for it!
You sign up for an account with them, and they reward you with points as you perform your searches or complete other tasks through Swagbucks. Personally, my favorite ways to earn points are through searches (I have Swagbucks set as my default search engine in my internet toolbar), by printing any online coupons through their tab (you earn 10 points for every redeemed coupon), by having Swagbucks TV (which is basically just a bunch of video ads) play in the background of my computer or iPod while I'm doing other tasks around the house, and by referring friends and family to try out Swagbucks for themselves.
Through those different methods (and there are plenty of other ones that I don't take advantage of), I've earned literally thousands of points that I've cashed in for hundreds of dollars worth of gift cards. (In a typical month, I usually have enough points to get $25 worth of Amazon codes if that gives you any idea of the potential the site has.)
If you want to sign up, follow this link. If you do, it'll show that I referred you, and I'll get extra points for doing that! Also, if you want a more thorough introduction to Swagbucks, you can check out an indepth primer I did a couple of years ago. I've been a member since 2009 and haven't looked back since, so feel free to check Swagbucks out for yourself if you haven't already!

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