Follow the steps to turn on notifications for Swag Codes in our UK Swagbucks group on Facebook. Please follow and like us:Read more
If you’re having trouble ticking off Swago boxes, here are a few tips: – if it’s the ‘attempt a survey’ box, remember you have to be actually disqualified from a GOLD (not peanut labs) survey – not just told it’s not suitable for you. You need to have started the survey, answered a few questions and then disqualified. I don’t know for sure, but I don’t think a ‘we’ve hit max capacity’ counts – If it’s the ‘get a referral’ […]Read more
What’s this? You can get alerts when there are studies available to you on Prolific? Well, yes and no. Unless you want to pay, you’ll only get alerts when your computer is on, browser is open, & you’re connected to the internet. If that all sounds good to you, read on… Please follow and like us:Read more
So, you’ve signed up for Swagbucks. What do you do now?
Earn your first Swagbucks (SB) by completing everything listed in the first section, Registration, of the Newbies guide to Swagbucks.
Once you’ve done that, there’s loads more that you can try. The guide will give you the bare bones. If you want all the nitty gritty details, however, read on.Read more
Swagbucks nCraves – if you have a laptop / PC you can get a few extra SB by running nCraves. I tend to only run the ones that autorun and either leave them running in another window (hovering my cursor over them in between doing other stuff to keep them running) or leave them running with the cursor in the window while I make coffee / have breakfast etc. The images here show you: 1) Autorun ncraves to choose 2) […]Read more
*** STOP PRESS! After feedback from members of our Facebook group (thanks Kelly!) it seems that there are no longer any fees to pay Mastercard into Paypal if you add the Mastercard as a payment card on one Paypal account and then pay using it into your main Paypal account. So you need 2 Paypal accounts with different email addresses*** If you’re a Swagbucks member, you’ll know that at the time of writing it costs 800 swagbucks to get a […]Read more
If you’re a Swagbucks user, you’re probably familiar with the ‘Daily Goal’ aspect of the site. This is shown at the top of your screen when you’re on the desktop version of the site, and has a ‘first’ daily goal and a ‘second’ daily goal. The first is usually fairly low – if you’re new it could be as low as 40 or 50 swagbucks – and the second a higher target. The more you do on Swagbucks, the higher […]Read more
If you’re a Swagbucks addict like me, you’ve learned a few tips and tricks along the way (although I’m still learning all the time) to maximise your chances of earning Swagbucks. One of the easiest that guarantees 60/70 sb per day is the video apps. I run a group on Facebook where members help each other out on various survey sites and receipt / cashback apps, and one of the questions we’re asked the most is how we make 60/70 […]Read more