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Spring Into Action with Swagbucks




This month, Swagbucks in springing into action by offering a great way to earn even more SB -- which means more prizes and gift cards to redeem. Here's the scoop: for every new referral you bring in, you will earn matching SB on everything they earn (except Swag Codes). That means if they earn 27 SB for watching SBTV, you get 27 SB just for referring them. You'll get matching Swag Bucks on nearly all the ways to earn - which you can find on the top bar at Swagbucks.com: 
  • Shop & Earn
  • Search
  • Watch (SBTV)
  • Play (the Swagbucks Games portal)
  • Answer (surveys, daily polls, tasks)
  • Discover (special offers, coupons, toolbars, NOSO)
If you haven't signed up for Swagbucks yet, now is great time to try out all the different ways to earn. Sign up here and use the sign-up code SPRINGIN2SWAG for 50 bonus SB just for signing up. The Spring Into Action matching SB event goes on through April 30th so get started now to make the most of it. 

I love Swagbucks and have redeemed many things from Amazon ecards, Paypal cash, clothing and dvd's! There is so much benefit to earning a few SB as you search the net, play games or watch videos. Even without completing offers you can still earn, and earn it quick! What have you got to lose by checking it out?

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