Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Back To School With Swagbucks

While the kids have been out of school, it’s like I’ve been MC Mommy: Entertainment Guru for the past month. As fun as it is, I’m ready for class to resume. 

And although the only part of summer ending that my kids like is Back-To-School shopping, that hefty receipt hangs over my head from the start of July until the middle of September. Didn’t I buy them enough pens and binders last year?!

Well, I think it’s about time for Mommy to be rewarded. 

From now until September 1st, Swagbucks is offering double cash back in the form of points (called SB) when you shop for all your back to school essentials. 

Walmart - Up to 7 SB per $1
Target - Up to 2 SB per $1
eBay - Up to 2 SB per $1
Amazon - Up to 7 SB per $1
Macy’s - Up to 6 SB per $1
Gap - Up to 2 SB per $1
Old Navy - Up to 4 SB per $1
Priceline - Up to 10 SB per $1
Expedia - Up to 8 SB per $1
And so many more

Points can be redeemed for gift cards to stores like Amazon, Walmart, Target or Paypal cash so I can treat myself. 

Who said back to school shopping is all about the kids? Swagbucks also gives you 4% Cash Back at Starbucks, so order your Java Chip Frappuccino tumbler online and treat yo’self when you pick up your kids’ back to school goodies!


Shelly Peterson said...

It's only about mid July and I am already in back to school shopping mode. For me, Once that is done then it's time to start thinking about Christmas shopping. It's nice that Swagbucks is offering double cash back.

William Hunts said...

With the back-to-school season approaching, I'm interested in whether anyone has used Swagbucks to save money on school supplies and other necessities. I've heard it's a terrific way to earn extra cash or gift cards. Has anyone here utilized Swagbucks effectively for this purpose? I'm also thinking about investing in Professional Non-Fiction Writing Services for my forthcoming projects. Do you have any suggestions or techniques for combining these services with Swagbucks to maximize savings?