WOW, she earned almost $1,400.00 towards her 2015 trip! I was very inspired by Rina’s story and wanted to share it with you all.
I started really getting into Swagbucks last June (2015) to help earn money for my Disney trip in December of 2015. I tried to make at least $3.00 every day Swagbucks. I always tried to hit my daily goals (the blue goal for sure, but I always try to make the higher red goal as well). There are many ways I earned to reach those daily goals- I had the Ncrave videos playing until I’ve capped out for the day and I always did the No Obligation Special Offer (NOSO). The Swagbucks TV apps are really a big help in earning points without having to be too active. Playing the Swagasaurus Run game gave me a max of 10SB and I printed coupons for another 32SB, along with any inbox videos that would show up, entering swagcodes and spending some time with Laptop Guy. I would use shop and earn for any online purchases because it was an easy way to get points towards my goals, even if I did have to wait a few days for them to credit. When I did surveys (I don’t do them often, I don’t like them), I always went through Peanut Labs, they seem to be easier for me to qualify. I also did a few trial offers, but not very many of those.
I think it is easy to make $100 a month on Swagbucks just by letting things like the Ncraves or videos run in the background while you do other things. I work full days and don’t want to spend all my time on Swagbucks. I love that they added RadioLoyalty- it adds up quickly when you are working an 8 hour day and all you have to do is check on it every 20 minutes or so as it runs in the background. I am going to keep following my earning plan and hope to pay for my entire Disney trip next August with Swagbucks!
For the December 2015 Trip, I earned around $700 using Swagbucks, while Louder Rewards (back when it was a great app) brought in almost $400. InstaGC helped me to earn close to $300. Crowdtap, Shopkick and a few other apps also helped, but Swagbucks was by far the main money maker for me!
I used the points I earned on Swagbucks to buy Target gift cards, which I then used to buy Disney gift cards from Target’s website. When I linked my Target Redcard, I got 5% off my order, meaning my $100 Disney gift cards were only $95 out of pocket (which I paid using those Target Gift cards)! Even after I paid for the park tickets (2 adults and 1 child for 3 days) I still had enough gift cards to pay for our food at Disney! I used hotels.com gift cards that I bought at a discount through raise.com to pay for our room and I went through autoslash.com to save money on renting a car!
This trip, I have started also using Mplus rewards, so I am hoping that I can increase my earnings and this time we will get to stay on property!
New to Swagbucks? Swagbucks is a way to earn points by doing surveys, watching videos, and discovering new things. All these points, called SB, can be redeemed for gift cards from hundreds of major retailers including Target, Walmart, and you can also redeem your points for Paypal!
If you haven’t joined Swagbucks yet, you can join through this link. Be sure to enter the code DISNEY70 to get started with 70 SB (this is exclusive to CouponingtoDisney readers; you only get 30 SB if you don’t use this link and code).