Get FREE Christmas Gifts!

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by on February 22, 2009

If you haven’t started using Swagbucks yet, here is a great reason to start now:
You can get all your Christmas Gifts FREE! How?

When you use Swagbucks to do searches (powered by Google and Ask.com), you can earn “swagbucks,” which you can redeem for gift cards, video games, books, electronics and more. For example, when you get 45 swagbucks, you can redeem them for a $5 gift certificate at Amazon.com!

On average, I get about $1-4 swagbucks a day from searching…however, to get even more swagbucks you can get your friends to sign up and earn a buck every time that they do (up to 100 bucks each). This can really add up when you have 10 or more friends…for example…

10 Friends at 100 swagbucks each =
1000 swagbucks by the end of the year,
which would give you $110 at Amazon.

(That doesn’t even include the bucks you’ll get from your own searches!So far, I’ve been using Swagbucks for about a month and have enough to get $10 in gift cards at Amazon.)

The more friends you get, the more swagbucks you can accumulate and that makes for some great FREE Christmas gifts!

You can also get swagbucks through online shopping that you may already do- you get 1 swagbucks for every $5 you spend at stores like Walmart, Linens N Things, iTunes, Lane Bryant, and more.

If you have friends, family, co-workers, or other bloggers that can use some FREE christmas gifts, I encourage you to have them sign up using your referral and then you both start earning bucks!

If you haven’t already signed up for Swagbucks, go HERE and start earning to see if we can get ALL of our Christmas gifts FREE this year!

Thanks, Mom by Heart!

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