Thursday, November 22, 2012

Swagbucks + Holiday Shopping = Awesome!

I am ready for Thanksgiving Dinner! Turkey and pumpkin pie alone is amazing! I hope all of you lovely people are having a beautiful Thanksgiving. We all know what Thanksgiving means aside from football, Thanksgiving Day parade and food. Holiday shopping season officially starts! Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the busiest days of the year. Also the days that make the most money for businesses big and small.

I know if you are anything like me you like to find a good deal to help save money. I don't know how many of you have heard of Swagbucks or are already members of the site, but this is my tip of the day. Swagbucks is an awesome site where you can earn... Well Swagbucks! What are swagbucks? Awesome points you earn and can redeem for merchandise or gift cards. They have gift cards in amounts of $5 up to $100 for many companies. Wal-mart, Amazon, Toysrus and much more are on that list. They even have Starbucks!

Now here is my tip on holiday shopping. Swagbucks has this list of online stores. Wal-mart, Target, Toys r Us, Children's Place and many many more top name stores are on this list. If you shop with them through the Swagbucks site (going to their list and clicking to shop with them) then you earn swagbucks for every dollar you spend! Some places are doubling the swag you can earn so you can earn 6 swagbucks per dollar spent. Might I add many of these sites don't charge sales tax and you can get free shipping if you have an order of a certain amount. This is best way to shop in my opinion if you have kids you need to sneak around. It comes in to your home in a box and hidden from little eyes. Also your saving on time and gas to have to run from store to store. Get all of your shopping done through Swagbucks stores while you earn swag that you in turn can turn around and use to get yourself a Christmas gift.

So be sure to check out Swagbucks to help you with your holiday shopping.
Many Blessings and Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe and stay sane.

L Caldwell

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