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Swagbucking into 2016

edited 11 April 2016 at 12:40PM in Boost Your Income
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  • AzzzaaAzzzaa Forumite
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    For any lurkers out there, of which I suppose I am one, if you haven't signed up to this site then it really is worthwhile. I've dipped in and out of it for four years, sometimes earning a few swagbucks daily, other times several hundred.

    In my time I've earned over $1100. That's paid for several Christmases :)
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  • pavlovs_dogpavlovs_dog Forumite
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    has anyone cashed out a £25 paypal reward since the sale ended? Are SB still honouring the sale price or have they simply forgotten to update the card?
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  • FloxxieFloxxie Forumite
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    For any lurkers out there, of which I suppose I am one, if you haven't signed up to this site then it really is worthwhile. I've dipped in and out of it for four years, sometimes earning a few swagbucks daily, other times several hundred.

    In my time I've earned over $1100. That's paid for several Christmases :)

    I'm using my SB earnings to pay for Ultimate membership on Neobux and that costs US$890 and I have no doubts I shall not be able to do it! :rotfl:
    Mortgage start September 2015 £90000 MFiT #06
  • FloxxieFloxxie Forumite
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    has anyone cashed out a £25 paypal reward since the sale ended? Are SB still honouring the sale price or have they simply forgotten to update the card?

    No but I would like to know the answer!
    Mortgage start September 2015 £90000 MFiT #06
  • looielooie Forumite
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    has anyone cashed out a £25 paypal reward since the sale ended? Are SB still honouring the sale price or have they simply forgotten to update the card?

    I cashed out for £25 paypal on the 25th March and it only cost me the 4799 swagbucks. Still the sale price.

    Hope that helps :)
  • juliesgjuliesg Forumite
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    looie wrote: »
    I cashed out for £25 paypal on the 25th March and it only cost me the 4799 swagbucks. Still the sale price.

    Hope that helps :)

    During the sale £25 paypal was 3750
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    purplevamppurplevamp Forumite
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    edited 3 April 2016 at 1:58PM
    Just sat through nearly 2 minutes listening to Olly Murs songs, answered questions about would I buy his stuff, I answered NO to all the questions and they kicked me out :eek::rotfl:


    Thanks for starting the new thread hiddenshadow :T
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