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    Hi everyone,

    Ive just started using a site called swagbucks where you can do things like surveys, polls, tasks to earn virtual swagbucks, which can then eventually be traded in for rewards such as vouchers for amazon, paypal money or electrical items.

    Anyone else used it? is it too good to be true or have you managed to make money from it?
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    I used a bit in the past, they do pay out and seem to be a genuinely good company. Last time I looked they didn't send many rewards to the UK, though.
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    (Original post by pjm600)
    I used a bit in the past, they do pay out and seem to be a genuinely good company. Last time I looked they didn't send many rewards to the UK, though.
    Thank you when you redeem a voucher, how do you get it? does it come in the post?
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    Hi your thread just caught my eye as I'm a fellow Swagbucker :yes: I've been doing it since October 2010 and I make £40 - £50 a month in Amazon vouchers, I always cash out at every £25 and the gift code is emailed within 1-2 weeks. Once you get used to it it just all becomes habit and the surveys etc get quicker.
    I love it, it pays for Christmas and more.

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    They have more gift cards now for us in the UK. I always get Amazon but they have M&S and other places. They also do PayPal but the gift cards work out cheaper

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    (Original post by cambermam)
    Hi your thread just caught my eye as I'm a fellow Swagbucker :yes: I've been doing it since October 2010 and I make £40 - £50 a month in Amazon vouchers, I always cash out at every £25 and the gift code is emailed within 1-2 weeks. Once you get used to it it just all becomes habit and the surveys etc get quicker.
    I love it, it pays for Christmas and more.

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    Wow, thats a lot of money! How do you make your swagbucks? Like do you do the surveys, daily polls, internet search etc?
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    I started using it at the beginning of February. Tried to do it most days, made £10 cash (paypal) doing it, cant complain .

    I try to do the Daily Poll, NOSO, Search, Daily Surveys and Trusted Surveys.
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    (Original post by hughsey)
    I started using it at the beginning of February. Tried to do it most days, made £10 cash (paypal) doing it, cant complain .

    I try to do the Daily Poll, NOSO, Search, Daily Surveys and Trusted Surveys.
    thank you what's NOSO?
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    (Original post by SpottedZebra)
    thank you what's NOSO?
    Ermm No Obligation Special Offers. I don't actually dothe special offers, but if you click on the NOSO link, then you get asked to enter a Captcha and then it gives you 2 Swagbucks each time for doing nothing (once a day)


    Oh another tip. I dont do most of the tasks in the task section, but if you are on swagbucks just after midnight, or in the early hours/early morning, then look on the tasks section. There may be a number of tasks called: "answer a few questions about a website" (or something like that). They only take a minute or so to complete, but each one is worth 4 Swagbucks and you can potentially earn 30SB a day or so more just by doing these.
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    (Original post by hughsey)
    Ermm No Obligation Special Offers. I don't actually dothe special offers, but if you click on the NOSO link, then you get asked to enter a Captcha and then it gives you 2 Swagbucks each time for doing nothing (once a day)


    Oh another tip. I dont do most of the tasks in the task section, but if you are on swagbucks just after midnight, or in the early hours/early morning, then look on the tasks section. There may be a number of tasks called: "answer a few questions about a website" (or something like that). They only take a minute or so to complete, but each one is worth 4 Swagbucks and you can potentially earn 30SB a day or so more just by doing these.
    Thanks for the tips! I've been doing it for about a week and got about 400 points so far but the amount of surveys I get seems to have really decreased to none in the last 2/3 days
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    (Original post by SpottedZebra)
    Thanks for the tips! I've been doing it for about a week and got about 400 points so far but the amount of surveys I get seems to have really decreased to none in the last 2/3 days
    I had made an account 2 or 3 years ago, but totally forgot about it, I found your thread and thought I'd see how much was in my account from all that time ago, there was 800 in there!
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    Don't use it, but that is one appalling name for a website. Cringeworthy!
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    Might even try it out but still I'm a bit sceptic about all those things with surveys
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Might even try it out but still I'm a bit sceptic about all those things with surveys
    I've given up on it now, if you have a lot of time on your hands it might be worth it but it takes AGES to even get up enough points for a £5 gift voucher!
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    (Original post by SpottedZebra)
    I've given up on it now, if you have a lot of time on your hands it might be worth it but it takes AGES to even get up enough points for a £5 gift voucher!
    Oh then not even worth trying :eek:
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Oh then not even worth trying :eek:
    Yeah, i had been doing it for 3/4 weeks for about 30 mins a day before i got £5 :O i just worked my way up to my first £5 voucher then gave up
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    (Original post by SpottedZebra)
    Yeah, i had been doing it for 3/4 weeks for about 30 mins a day before i got £5 :O i just worked my way up to my first £5 voucher then gave up
    Well, maybe if you do at least 5 hours a day, it might be a lot quicker
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    (Original post by ForgetMe)
    Well, maybe if you do at least 5 hours a day, it might be a lot quicker
    haha yeah, i should have tried that
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    (Original post by SpottedZebra)
    haha yeah, i should have tried that
    You still can or deleted account? :rolleyes:
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    I opened an account 3 weeks ago and I've already earned £40 in Amazon vouchers, and I usually only spend half an hour a day on the site. The best ways to earn are the special offers and the task that asks you to write answers to questions. Good luck!

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