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In January, I entered the New Years Survey Contest over at Hot Coupon World.  At first it started out as a little friendly competition, then I became slightly obsessed with winning (hehe, me? competitive?), and then I thought, hey, this would make a great blog post!  Sadly, I came in second, so I did not win the competition.  […]

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My 2010 Amazon Christmas Fund

I mentioned in a previous post that I was trying to save up a sizable Christmas fund, using Amazon gift cards that I’ve earned through Swag Bucks and various survey sites (activities which I’ve tagged “bored money” because they’re things I only do while otherwise bored, so not often). Well, my Amazon Christmas fund just […]

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Good news for all Swaggers!  There are now TWO more ways to earn Swag Bucks. Birthday Bonus: Enter your birthday in the Account Details section, and you will receive 50 FREE bonus bucks on your birthday. Surveys: You can now earn additional Swag Bucks for taking surveys!  Sign into your account and click on “Trusted Surveys” under “Ways […]

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Swag Bucks: 50 FREE Bucks for New Users

New to Swag Bucks?  If you sign up before May 7 (tomorrow) at 3pm EST, you can use the code SWAGNATION5 and you’ll get 50 extra Swag Bucks credited to your account!! Normally, they start off new members with 30 Swag Bucks, so hurry and sign up while the bonus is hot hot hot! If […]

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Heads up Upromise members: Log into your account and download Turbosaver, a free online savings toolbar, before March 31 and receive an easy $2 BONUS savings. I downloaded it, then promptly switched to “hidden mode,” and it hasn’t bothered me since! If you’re not a member of Upromise, you can sign up here.  Basically, you […]

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MyPoints: Get Paid for Clicking on Spam

This is an activity which belongs in the “bored money” category. In other words, it’s definitely not the most efficient use of your time. But if you have some downtime at work or school with internet access, you might as well pull in a little extra cash for a completely mindless activity.  How It Works:You […]

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