Well, I finally cashed in my first round of Amazon gift cards from Swagbucks. My wishlist on Amazon is incredibly long (books for me, homeschool books, read-alouds for the kids, books I've added that I keep meaning to see if the library has available for loan, and books that I once wanted but now no longer do for one reason or another).
I was sure I would find some book to spend my gift card on, however, the decision was just too difficult, so guess what I ended up purchasing?
Strange, I know.
I've done a great job staying on budget for monthly groceries by using Southern Savers, but the one category I have a hard time factoring in are my co-op purchases for bread making - most often wheat, honey, and olive oil. These are larger purchases since I buy them in bulk and since they are not weekly purchases I forget to budget them in.
Thankfully, I remembered this while on Amazon and was thrilled to get 88 ounces of olive oil for free. Free shipping too! Who can beat that?
So I am still Swagbucking and have found it a super easy way to gain gift cards. I recently noticed you can earn PayPal gift cards too which would be a great way to purchase those random things I seem to love on Ebay or Etsy.
Anyone else earning Swagbucks? You can find out more about them here.
2 years ago