I was remembering all of the "Frugal Friday" posts I used to do way back when I first started blogging. I really enjoyed coming up with those posts and so I thought I'd post some more. It might even be fun to go back and repost some of those oldies, but goodies!
I've posted here before about swagbucks, and I'm still earning Amazon Gift Cards that way. As I've said before, its not a get rich quick scheme, but if you are patient and consistent, you can earn some gift cards for Christmas or what ever you need them for. I am saving mine for Christmas!
If you would like to sign up and try it, here is my referral link: Debbie J's Swagbuck Referral Link
There are always different ways to earn points going on. As an example, Walmart is running huge deals all week long on everything from clothing and jewelry to home electronics, grills, and toys, and Swagbucks is offering 6% cash back (in the form of SB Points) for every dollar you spend through Sunday. Whatever you need this summer, now's the time to buy it and get rewarded for doing it. Just click HERE to take advantage of the Walmart Swagbucks points.
If you haven't signed up for Swagbucks yet, you can also do that at this page and start earning points towards your first free gift card. As a bonus, if you sign up through me and spend at least $25 shopping online through Swagbucks before the first of the month and you'll get a 200 SB bonus - that's $2 in addition to the points you get for each dollar you spend.
For some reason this year I'm getting excited about preparing for Christmas in July! I have lots of gift ideas and am trying to earn all the "free" money I can. I already have a $25.00 Amazon gift card earned through Swagbucks and am well on the way to earning the second one.
What are ways you are preparing for Christmas? Most of the time I don't even want to think about it, but for some reason this year I am inspired to get ready early.
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