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Swagbucks Paid for Our Wedding Reception!

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Today’s Swagbucks success story is from Simon

My wife had tried for years before we were married (and even before we were dating) to get me to use Swagbucks. However, I didn’t start using this fabulous rewards program until we were already engaged this past October — and the realization of paying for a wedding began to sink in!

I began using Swagbucks in earnest: surveys, videos, games, Internet searches, referrals, and by the time our reception rolled around in July, I had amassed nearly $250 in Walmart gift cards! The key to maximizing my earnings was to reach the My Daily Goal meter everyday and collect the monthly bonuses.

We decided to have an outdoor picnic for our reception to further cut down on the cost; and with our gift cards, we were able to purchase the hamburgers, hot dogs, cake, drinks, plates, cups, and cutlery to accommodate 120 guests.

We had so much left over that we were able to give the remaining food and accessories to our friends whose similar picnic-style reception was the following weekend. Thank you, Swagbucks, for helping pay for two receptions!

We’ve been so impressed with the buying power of Swagbucks that we’ve set our sights on a new goal — an anniversary cruise!

Simon: Can you email me so I can send you your $50 Amazon gift card as a thank you for submitting your story?

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8 Comments

  • Abbi says:

    Very neat story! An economical reception like that is very inspiring in our current world.

  • Sharon T says:

    Awesome! I try and accumulate at least $25 a month to help towards the purchase of dog food and treats from Amazon.

    • Tammy says:

      I cant even imagine how much time was spent to get 250. 🤷🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️ I have tried 2x and Give up after a few days because it was also time consuming.

      • Meg says:

        Have you tried these tips? I only spend about 15 minutes a day and I easily earn at least a $25 gift card each month. (And I don’t have any referrals.) Hope that helps! -Meg, MSM Team

  • lori says:

    how many swag bucks can you get for watching sbtv on your mobile? after a while, mine says you will get “0″ swagbucks for watching this next video, and it stops earning points.

    how do the daily goal points add up? when are the awarded, when do they show up on your tally?

    how do I find the swagbucks facebook page? do I search in facebook? do I have to like it? do the posts on it get into my newstream?

    I’ve been using Swagbucks, but not terribly efficiently since I’ve only amassed $45 in amazon gift cards since June 2013. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the money, but I’d like to make the most of what effort I put into it.

    • Judy Fuller says:

      Sawgbucks mobile limit is 50 a day. Once you reach that you will get that zero message you mentioned.

    • Christina says:

      The points you get for reaching the daily goal are calculated at the beginning of the next month and our usually put in you account by the 4th-5th of that month. For example I have almost hit the daily goal every day of January, the bonus points I earned for doing it will be in my account on the 4th-5th of February.

      I typically do the daily poll, noso page, activity’s page, swagbucks tv and or surveys to make sure I hit my goal. I will also occasionally use their search engine. By doing this I usually get 100 swagbucks or the daily goal which ever is higher for the day.

      Since I joined Swagbucks in july 2012 I’ve made 740 dollars worth of swagbucks. It takes time and patience but I find it really helps.

  • casey says:

    would love to read an updated post/comment about how to earn the most points currently. what is most worthy of my limited time? suggestions?

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