Tasks are an opportunity to do specific actions (called “jobs”) and earn Swagbucks based on performance, accuracy and time spent. You can even bank the Swag Bucks you earn from a task if you have to stop in the middle and come back later. Once your task meter is filled up, cash out and watch your Swag Buck total increase! Tasks include things like doing searches on specific websites, answering questions, or helping with website research. You won’t get rich doing these tasks, but it’s a simple, quick way to earn more Swag Bucks.
Not familiar with Swagbucks? Swagbucks is a website that allows you to earn free stuff by doing the things you do online every day – searching the web, shopping online, playing games, taking surveys, watching videos, and completing special offers.
You can cash in your Swagbucks (as they’re called) for all kinds of things including:
- Gift cards to some of your favorite merchants like Amazon, Target, iTunes, and Starbucks.
- Cash (via PayPal)
- Sports and Music Memorabilia
- Books & Magazines
- Office and School Supplies
- Sweepstakes entries
- And Much More!
Swagbucks is fun and easy to use especially when you know how to maximize your Swagbucks earnings. Swagbucks is one of my favorite ways to stretch my budget. Since I’ve started using it, I’ve earned hundreds of dollars in gift cards and cash.
Disclosure: When you sign-up for Swag Bucks through the links on my blog, I win Swag Bucks every time you win. Thanks for supporting Northern Cheapskate! Please read our disclosure policy for more information.