Thursday, November 18, 2010
Swag Bucks and Coupons: Print and Earn Swag Bucks When Redeemed!
Did you know that you can print coupons at Swagbucks.com? There's a special section at Swagbucks.com where you can view and print coupons to use at the grocery store. For every coupon you redeem, you get 10 Swag Bucks! For die hard couponers, this is an awesome deal. MyPoints also has a similar program, so you'll have to figure out what's best for you.
To put it in perspective, at MyPoints $10 Barnes & Noble gift card is about 1,500 points. That's printing and redeeming 150 coupons. At Swag Bucks, a $10 Barnes & Noble (e-cert) gift card is 1,250 Swag Bucks, or 125 coupons. Want some Amazon? A $5 Amazon certificate at Swag Bucks would only be 45 coupons printed and redeemed. Basically, I think if you belong to both, you might want to consider switching your coupon printing to Swag Bucks instead. Even factoring in the bonus for printing and redeeming 10 coupons in a month, you'll only shave off 2 coupons off the MyPoints total I mentioned above.
You wouldn't get instant Swag Bucks, since it takes about 6 weeks to credit. However, anything that boosts your total is an awesome thing. That's what I love about Swag Bucks... just when you think they couldn't possibly find another new and exciting way to earn Swag Bucks, they launch a new, exciting way to earn Swag Bucks!
Not a Swaggernaut? Don't miss out! Join today!
Disclosure: This post includes referral links to Swag Bucks. Please be aware that registering with Swag Bucks via one of my links would mean I referred you and would receive a direct benefit from having referred you.