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Haveaniceday
Old 10-05-2013, 12:42 AM
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Cool Swagbucks

Does anybody have any experience with Swagbucks? I understand that you can get cash via Paypal, but when I checked on the site it was not that straightforward. The only way was to collect 100 worth of Swagbuck points....surely you could withdraw smaller amounts?
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Old 10-05-2013, 12:50 AM
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You can, you can collect as little as 5 via paypal.
http://www.swagbucks.com/p/category/439/Gift-Cards-5

At the side there is other amounts aswell.
Goals (Christmas 2014 Journey Started 29th June 2014)
Savings - 170 - 1,000 by 31/07/14
Debt - 1,400 - 1,784 by 1/01/14
Swag - 0,764/4,949sb 0/4 by 25/12/14 Freebies 0/100
Online Earnings - 0.00 /100 Vouchers - 0/100

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Old 10-05-2013, 1:06 AM
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You can, you can collect as little as 5 via paypal.

At the side there is other amounts aswell.
Thanks for that :-) I will have to be sure to register at Swagbucks with the same email address that I am registered at Paypal with :-)

In your experience, how much cash could you make with Swagbucks a day if you were dedicated?
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Old 10-05-2013, 1:16 AM
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Thanks for that :-) I will have to be sure to register at Swagbucks with the same email address that I am registered at Paypal with :-)

In your experience, how much cash could you make with Swag bucks a day if you were dedicated?
No problem
I'm new to it as well i'm 5 days in and have made 895 swag bucks with minimal efforts.
For 5 it's 1049 swag bucks so i'd say a couple of more days and i'll have my first 5 although if you keep saving up and go for higher amounts you seem to get more value for your swag bucks.

So with minimal effort earning 5 a week your looking at 20 a month but it could be alot higher i've saw people on here making 50-60 a month.
Goals (Christmas 2014 Journey Started 29th June 2014)
Savings - 170 - 1,000 by 31/07/14
Debt - 1,400 - 1,784 by 1/01/14
Swag - 0,764/4,949sb 0/4 by 25/12/14 Freebies 0/100
Online Earnings - 0.00 /100 Vouchers - 0/100

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Old 10-05-2013, 1:29 AM
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Yeah I'm going to go all out. I owe my girlfriend 2000 and I'm hoping to earn it in a year online via various websites :-) It's a challenge but I reckon that it's possible !
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Yeah I'm going to go all out. I owe my girlfriend 2000 and I'm hoping to earn it in a year online via various websites :-) It's a challenge but I reckon that it's possible !
I'm sure you'll do it you should look at these threads 2013 in 2013 or maximizing online earning. They're a great help and the maximizing online earning's thread has a list of great sites.
Goals (Christmas 2014 Journey Started 29th June 2014)
Savings - 170 - 1,000 by 31/07/14
Debt - 1,400 - 1,784 by 1/01/14
Swag - 0,764/4,949sb 0/4 by 25/12/14 Freebies 0/100
Online Earnings - 0.00 /100 Vouchers - 0/100
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Old 10-05-2013, 1:36 AM
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I'm sure you'll do it you should look at these threads 2013 in 2013 or maximizing online earning. They're a great help and the maximizing online earning's thread has a list of great sites.
I'll take a look......do you have link to these two threads? Thanks
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Old 10-05-2013, 1:38 AM
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I'll take a look......do you have link to these two threads? Thanks
I do here they are
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=4485241
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=4345007

and no problem at all.
Goals (Christmas 2014 Journey Started 29th June 2014)
Savings - 170 - 1,000 by 31/07/14
Debt - 1,400 - 1,784 by 1/01/14
Swag - 0,764/4,949sb 0/4 by 25/12/14 Freebies 0/100
Online Earnings - 0.00 /100 Vouchers - 0/100
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Old 10-05-2013, 1:40 AM
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Thanks .....I'll update as I start hitting targets...lol
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Old 10-05-2013, 1:44 AM
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Thanks .....I'll update as I start hitting targets...lol
Haha best of luck!
Goals (Christmas 2014 Journey Started 29th June 2014)
Savings - 170 - 1,000 by 31/07/14
Debt - 1,400 - 1,784 by 1/01/14
Swag - 0,764/4,949sb 0/4 by 25/12/14 Freebies 0/100
Online Earnings - 0.00 /100 Vouchers - 0/100
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Old 10-05-2013, 11:22 AM
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Yeah I'm going to go all out. I owe my girlfriend 2000 and I'm hoping to earn it in a year online via various websites :-) It's a challenge but I reckon that it's possible !
Good for you

I really hope you succeed in your challenge

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