SB: July Swago Board

So…. I know it has been a little SB heavy on here lately, but there’s been some pretty good ops, annnnnd it just always seems so crazy busy and hard to get back into the routine of the blog.

But about the latest Swago board… I don’t always do great with these, probably along the same lines of things being crazy… I get a lot of the squares filled, then go back to finish right after it ends.  Don’t be me, LOL!!

The deets…  Swagbucks is currently holding their Swago promotion! It’s just like bingo, but in this case you’re filling out squares as you earn points on their site for doing things you already do online. If you’re thinking of trying Swagbucks, this is a great chance to learn all about how the site works and earn bonus points while doing it.

The best part is that the points you get can be used to get free gift cards to places like Amazon, or PayPal cash!

Fill up your board and then submit your pattern to get even more points – if you can fill in the whole board, you get a 500 SB bonus! That’s enough for a $5 gift card in our Rewards Store.

Click here to sign up and get started! If you sign up through my link and earn 300 SB before the first of next month, you’ll get a bonus 300 SB!

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SB: Money Back On School Shopping At Kohl’s (In Addition To Kohl’s Cash)

Aaaack!  It’s that time! Actually, it has BEEN that time here and I’m just a procrastinator and now behind the 8-ball!

Back To School shopping!  School starts for us in two weeks, and don’t tell everybody… but I’ve done pretty much zero back to school shopping. This Kohl’s deal comes at a pretty good time for me.

$12.50 back on a $50 purchase, PLUS Kohl’s Cash?  Yes, please.

Note: It isn’t limited to school related purchases, that’s just what is on my agenda right now.

Swagbucks has a deal where you can get 25% back when you spend $50 at Kohl’s, and that’s before any deals you’ll get through Kohl’s Cash.

Here’s how you take advantage of this deal:

1. Click here and sign up for Swagbucks if you haven’t already. Make sure you create your “Swag Name” after you sign up.

2. Send an image of your product(s) along with the qualifying receipt to Iredeemkohls@swagbucks.com and include your Swag Name in the subject line.

That’s all you need to do to secure your 1250 SB credit, which is equal to $12.50 – that’s 25% back on your purchase. If you already have a Swagbucks account, you can get a $50 Kohl’s gift card for 4650 SB, a 7% discount of the usual price.

Haven’t tried Swagbucks yet? They’re a site where you earn points (called SB) for doing things like shopping, watching videos, taking surveys, and discovering deals and services you might like to try. You then take those points and turn them into free gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.

This deal expires 7/29/2017. 

SB: eStories Free 3 Month Subscription

The quick rundown: Pay $5.99 for the first month and get 800SB ($8). Pay $5.99/mo for 2 add’l months & get 1200SB ($12). That’s 3 months free, plus $2 in your pocket.

The longer rundown:

If you’re looking for a deal on audiobooks, there’s an estories offer through Swagbucks where you get up to 2000 SB for paying $5.99/month for your first three months, which is 50% their normal rate. You get 800 SB when you sign up, and once your third monthly payment of $5.99, you get an additional 1200 SB. You can use estories to easily stream or download stories to your iPhone, iPad, Android, PC or Mac.

So even if you only try it for the first month, you still make money on the offer, since you’re spending $5.99 and your get 800 SB (equivalent to $8). Plus, if you’re also signing up for Swagbucks through this offer, you’ll earn an additional 300 SB bonus paid out at the beginning of next month. Just click here to take advantage of this offer!

Haven’t tried Swagbucks yet? They’re a site where you earn points (called SB) for doing things like online shopping, watching videos, taking surveys, and discovering deals and services you might like to try (like Hulu!). You then take those points and turn them into free gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.