Olympic fever has hit Swagbucks!
While most of the globe is watching feats of athletic skill, we at Team Swagbucks are focused on rewarding Swagbucks Search prowess. That’s why we’ve just introduced Swag Sports: our newest edition of Collector’s Bills. This set of limited edition Swag Buck bills are only available through Swagbucks Search. Use it as your go-to search engine and you may win one of nine bills. Missed the men’s swimming 400 m relay or coverage on women’s beach volleyball? Look up the results on Swagbucks Search or learn facts about the Olympics as you watch, and you’ll have the chance to earn Swag Sports Collector’s Bills.
Each Swag Sport Collector’s Bill represents a different SB-themed event and has a different Swag Buck value. More Collector’s Bills will be released on Aug 7th, 8th and 9th, so make sure to keep up the Swagbucks Searching through next week to collect all nine. If you collect them all, you will be rewarded with a bonus of 15 SB. Swaggernauts have until Aug 12th at 11:59 p.m. PT to find them all. Collect these bills alongside your readers, share your tips and see how many of you can earn the bonus 15 SB before Swag Sports ends.
Swag Code for New Referrals
If anyone has yet to make their time online more rewarding by joining Swagbucks.com, now is their chance. From now until Aug 3rd at 11:59 p.m. PT, readers can enter the code SBISONTHEGO during registration to earn an extra 60 SB — that’s a total of 90 SB just for signing up.
What is Swagbucks?
Instead of using Google or Yahoo directly as a search engine, I use the Swagbucks homepage as my homepage. While doing my routine web searches, Swagbucks periodically has you win “dollars”. These bucks can be used to purchase gift cards or merchandise from the Swag Store. Recently, I have redeemed Amazon gift cards to help with my back-to-school shopping. There are other ways to earn Swagbucks, but doing web searches is the quickest and easiest way. It costs nothing!