Managing Money

Combining Swagbucks and Coupons.com for Even Bigger Savings

October 26, 2012

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about I site I like and use, Swagbucks.

Today I want to share with you an easy way to earn Swagbucks if you are a coupon user.

1. Log onto Swagbucks (the account is free to setup if you don’t have one).

2. Click on ‘Coupons’ under the ‘Earn’ dropdown menu at the top of the page.

3. The Coupons.com interface will load for you there, and for every coupon that you print and then redeem at the grocery store, you’ll earn 10 Swagbucks.

Here’s an example of how you can use this feature: for every 45 coupons you print from Swagbucks and redeem, you’ll earn 450 Swagbucks that you can cash in for a $5 Amazon gift card.

That’s an Amazon gift card you can use for Christmas shopping or as found money. You can also choose to use your Swagbucks for any of the other prizes in the Swagbucks store.

It’s not life-changing money, obviously, but it is free money for something you’re already doing if you’re a coupon user.

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  1. I am a huge fan of Swagbucks but have yet to use their coupons. Thanks for reminding me about it! Those Amazon gift cards have definitely helped Santa fill his sleigh for our family :)

  2. Awesome post! I just discovered Swagbucks lately and it’s amazing, i haven’t started with the routine yet but i will be familiarizing myself with it when i’m free.

    1. Yeah, you definitely need to make sure the coupons are for things you need and will use. Sometimes I find a lot — I’ve got some yogurt coupons in my purse for the next trip to the store — but sometimes not so much.

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