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4 More Easy Ways to Earn Swagbucks

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Want to earn free gift cards from Swagbucks? I posted about How I Earned 70 Swagbucks and 7 Easy Ways to Earn More Swagbucks and some of you shared even more ideas for simple ways to earn more Swagbucks that I wanted to share with you today:

1. Print Coupons

Did you know you can earn SB for printing coupons? You’ll earn $0.01 per coupon printed (up to 100 SB per day). Allow 48 hours for these to be credited to your account.

To find the coupons, look under Discover and then Grocery Coupons. It also says that you’ll also earn 10 SB for every coupon redeemed in store, but it takes up to 12 weeks for these to show up in your account.

2. Play Games

There are a few games that are free to play and you can easily earn 10 SB every day for doing so.

Look under Play on the sidebar and then choose Swagasaurus Run (scroll past the games that aren’t free to find it). You get 2 SB for every two games you play (each game takes about 30-60 seconds to play), up to 10 SB total per day.

My kids love to help earn SB by playing these games!

3. Answer Questions

You can earn 2 SBs for every 10 multiple choice questions that you answer! I don’t know that there is a limit on this (anyone know?). I’ve done it more than once and not been limited.

To find this offer, just click on Answer and then look over on the far right side.

4. Click on Videos

This tip came from Christian:

“Scroll down below Peanut Labs Surveys to the Offers section. Sort by lowest value then select Free. There are usually 5-10 offers each day that require you to click a video. You only have to click on it. You don’t usually have to watch it. -Christian”

What are YOUR favorite quick and easy ways to earn Swagbucks?

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