Swagbucks is currently taking Swagbuck donations to aid in relief efforts for Japan in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. They will continue to collect Swag Bucks until Monday the 2nd of May at 12pm PDT. This is a great way to help and all you need to do is earn a few Swagbucks to donate.
Swagbucks is a search engine powered by Google and Ask. I admit I was a bit skeptical about Swagbucks so I used it myself for a few months before letting you know about it. Now I am a believer.
I signed up and just from doing my regular searches, I earned almost 2000 swag bucks in 2 months. This was just from me searching and no referral credit.This is enough for $20 of Amazon gift cards! There are lots of ways to earn Swagbucks. You can earn them by using their search tool bar, completing surveys, shopping links and more. All I have done though is use the search bar. I search for sites that I already know like Bargain Shopper Mom or ebates. I always get a little rush when I earn Swagbucks for searching for Bargain Shopper Mom. A $10 Starbucks gift card costs 1300 swag bucks or a $5 Amazon gift card only costs 450 swag bucks. (Enough to get a free game or something else!)
Now is a great time to sign up for Swagbucks because there is a great code that will help you start out with 80 Swagbucks in your account!
So how do you get started?
- You sign up for a Swagbucks account and you automatically get 30 swagbucks.
- You enter the SwagCode HelpJapan to get an additional 50 Swagbucks. You enter your code on the Swagbucks main page on the right hand top corner and click Gimme.
- Then if you would like you can donate some Swagbucks to All Hands Volunteers for Japan Relief (Anyone with a Swagbucks account can donate. You do not need to be a new member.)
What Swagbucks prize are you saving for?