Walmart Summer Sale & Sweeps


When I hear from loyal Swagbucks members about their favorite Swagbucks Shop & Earn destination, the answer invariably comes back Walmart. Every extra penny saved matters and it’s basically impossible to beat any cash back on top of Walmart’s low prices. So when I heard that Swagbucks is giving you more for every dollar you spend at Walmart, I had to share! That’s right, Swagbucks is making earning Cash Back easier and giving away $1,000 in prizes when you Shop & Earn at Walmart.

 

Starting today through May 31st you’ll earn up to 7% Cash Back on your summer shopping needs at Walmart. Enjoy savings in your favorite summer categories including:

 

  • Home

  • Clothing

  • Toys

  • Baby & Toddler

  • Electronics

  • Patio & Garden

  • Sports & Outdoors

  • Autos & Tires

  • Cell Phones

  • Food

 

Plus, be entered into their Walmart Summer Sweeps! For every $25 you spend at Walmart from May 16th through May 31st you’ll be entered to into their $1,000 Giveaway!

 

  • 1 Grand Prize: $500

  • 20 Runner Up Prizes: $25.*

 

The more you spend, the better your odds!

 

*All prizes to be paid out in SB.

 

 

First Friday GiftHulk Fountain of Youth Codes – May, 2016

Only two codes this month! I was away on vacation for almost half the month of April, and then the days I was home I had a lot of catch up work to do! Sadly, that meant less time over at GiftHulk. Still, here’s two quick codes for the first one who sees these!

Note this is being posted at 12:30PM Central time, and these codes go fast. Good luck!

 

1sbvvbaot – Good for one more member

ij7371my7 – Good for one more member

 

Grab them quick!

Not a member of GiftHulk yet? Check them out!

Nike Bonus Days


Looking for a gift for an active mom, or maybe thinking ahead to get something nice for a fitness-focused Dad or Grad? Then snag this deal before it’s gone: right now on MyGiftCardsPlus, buy a Nike Gift Card and get 20% Cash Back! They have denominations from $25-$150 and the 20% Cash Back counts on every card, not just the first one, fitting every budget. 

So treat your favorite person to some Air Jordan’s, a pair of Nike’s latest sneakers or Athletic wear, Nike branded equipment, or anything else you can find on Nike.com or in any of their retail stores and save a whopping 20% up front

Here’s how it works: 

 

    1. Follow this link
    2. If you’re already a Swagbucks member, login. If you’re new to Swagbucks, sign up for your free account!
    3. Click the Continue Button to go to the Nike Gift Card page on MyGiftCardsPlus
    4. Choose your denomination(s) and go to checkout! 20% Cash Back will be added to your cart at check out in the form of SB (1 SB = $0.01, so 2000 SB = $20).
    5. Once you receive your Nike Gift Card, usually within just a few days, the SB amount will be deposited in your Swagbucks account. You can redeem these for more gift cards or cash via PayPal!

It’s so simple and such a good deal, it’s hard not to go crazy and get Nike Gift Cards for the whole family! 

Mother’s Day By The Numbers

Mother’s Day is around the corner (Sunday, May 8th) and if you haven’t started already, now’s the time to remember all the little things the moms around us do every day and get them a token of your appreciation. Moms are creative, capable, and resourceful. Moms work hard! That’s why moms deserve the best and Swagbucks wants to make sure your Mom gets the best. 
Right now you can earn up to 35% Cash Back on gifts for Mom at her favorite retailers when you shop through the Swagbucks Mother’s Day Sale, saving you lots of pennies and allowing you to splurge a little extra on mom!

Need more help shopping for mom? It’s no surprise that the Swagbucks community is packed with moms. So they surveyed their member base at the end of March to find out how moms view Mother’s Day.
Swagbucks received more than 10,000 email responses and found the following:  


ClixSense – Paid countless times!

Originally posted: January 15, 2011

Name: ClixSense

Program type: Paid clicks, Surveys, Crowdsourcing, Paid Registrations, Paid Video

Date joined: 12/11/10

Referral program? Yes

URL: http://www.clixsense.com/?3349517

Amount paid:

Cash Paid: $671.03 Paid

Advertising and update dollars redeemed: $45.18

ClixSense Payment Proof:

I get paid by ClixSense so often now, I’m not updating this image any longer. Pretty much it pays every week!

Recommended? Yes! This is a great site! This one pays very little, but you can use your earnings to purchase ads on the site. I’ve used this for both traffic and for PayPal payments, as well as transferring my balance over to a premium membership

International Members? Allows registrations from all countries except China, Vietnam and Bangladesh

Originally posted: January, 2011
Last updated:
03-30-16

Unique Rewards – Paid Many Times!

Originally posted: 01/15/11

Name: Unique Rewards

Type of program: Surveys, Paid Clicks, Paid Emails, Paid Registrations, Paid Videos, Crowdsourcing

Date joined: 12/18/2010

Referral program? Yes

URL: http://www.uniquerewards.com/cgi-bin/main.cgi?cmd=newref&refid=164093

Amount earned: $631.14 Paid

Paid? Yes! This site pays regularly and consistently. PayPal payments arrived in less than one week after requesting.

Minimum payment: $20.00

International members? Restricted to U.S.A, United Kingdom and Canada only.

Unique Rewards Payment Proof:  As I usually get paid at least once per month from this program, I’m not updating my payment proofs any longer. Some older payments are below. This is a trusted, legit site.

Recommended? Yes! At first I didn’t use this one as much as I should have, which obviously slowed down the amount of money I earned. Now that I’m in the swing of things with this site, I’m getting paid on a regular basis.

Originally posted: 01/15/11


Last update:
03-29-16

Amazon Mechanical Turk, aka MTurk

Program Name: Amazon Mechanical Turk

Site URL:
https://www.mturk.com

Referral program? No

Date joined: 11/25/2010

Amount earned: $3,448.80

Analysis: Definitely recommended! This one has obviously paid the most, and is one program that will pay you if you’re just looking for straight money without referrals.

Here are some tips and advice I can pass on, to hopefully make it easier for you to earn without any unnecessary rejections or problems.

Sign up for an account at a Turker forum to get a good idea of who to work for, and who to avoid. Some helpful forums devoted to MTurk are MTurk Forum, CloudMeBaby, TurkerNation, MTurk Grind and mTurkWiki.

Install the TurkOpticon browser extension  and check Requester reviews before doing any of their work. Don’t work for someone who pays too low, has arbitrary rejections, or is an out and out scam requester. Once you get comfortable with the site, be sure to start leaving reviews of your own so you can help new Turkers too.

Once you’ve got an idea of which Requesters you like the most, sign up for an account at TurkAlert at http://www.turkalert.com/ to get emails as soon as your favorites post HITS.

I tend to primarily do transcription, with an occasional research survey here and there. I only log into MTurk for less than hour per day, so my earnings are very low. There are many people making much more money than I do there, because they devote the time to it.

I do transcription offline for a local college, so that’s what keeps me the busiest during the day. However, I like to log in once daily and get a few HITs in just to keep my account active. During the holiday breaks when school is out and there’s no work to do offline, having MTurk to fall back on is a real lifesaver.

US members can get paid by direct deposit to a checking account or prepaid debit card, or by Amazon Gift Card codes. The minimum payment is $10.00 by direct deposit, or $1.00 to a gift card.

Personally, I choose the gift card option. We use it to buy pet supplies and household goods in bulk that offer free super saver shipping, so that we reduce our monthly grocery bill.

International? This I’m not so sure of any longer. They used to routinely accept members from all countries, but I started hearing in late 2012 that they were only approving new US accounts. If you’re outside of the US, definitely try to apply, but be aware that they may not approve your application. I have heard rumors of certain countries not being accepted, and recently was contacted by someone from Australia who was declined.