Activity from 2012 January (page 6)
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Tue, January 24th, 2012 at 10:00 am
Have you started thinking about how you’ll say “I Love You” to the special someone in your life on Valentine’s Day? A beautiful piece of jewelry is a great way to celebrate your love and affection. At YaySave you’ll find a large variety of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings that will make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. You’ll also earn 1000 Swag Bucks for every $30 you spend in the Valentine’s Day category at yaysave.com.
Offer valid January 20-30, 2012. Swag Bucks are awarded within 5 days of purchase. Shop now.
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Tue, January 24th, 2012 at 9:00 amThese cute and adorable Fleece Animal Hats are perfect for those cold winter days, animal costumes and many other occasions. These Animal Fleece hats feature extremely soft material and are fully lined inside for your comfort. They are connected with side flaps that measure 12 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide, so you can ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Tue, January 24th, 2012 at 8:00 amHey Swaggernauts! It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for the Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays (a.k.a. TTPTP), the contest where your creativity is rewarded with Swag Bucks (in addition to that warm, fuzzy feeling). Instead of all the bells and whistles, we’re going to keep it really simple. If you want a chance to win ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Tue, January 24th, 2012 at 7:00 amHey there, festive Swaggernauts! I hope you’re enjoying Swagbucks Spirit Week so far. Have you tried any of our new games yet? Mah Jong Solitaire or Wealth and Treasure? Has anyone snagged any of our Chinese New Year swag? An Oriental Wooden Bookmark? The Chinese Character Fan? The Chinese New Year Zodiac Placemat? I’d like ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 5:00 pmDon’t worry, folks! I did not forget about your Poll Round-Up today. Let’s jump right in. This first question was one of my favorites. Although it was a favorite, I had a really hard time choosing an answer. I’m still debating between the Land of Oz, Alice’s Wonderland, and Pandora. Who can help me decide ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 3:00 pmToday begins the Year of the Dragon. The Dragon is a creature of myth and legend. In ancient China, the celestial Dragon represented an emperor and power. Today, it is the ultimate auspicious symbol signifying success and happiness. May the celestial Dragon bring great good luck to everyone. Enjoy this sweet song performed by four ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 2:22 pmSetting off fireworks has long been a Chinese New Year tradition, and a personal favorite of mine. In ancient China they were used to drive away evil spirits but now are used to exemplify the joy surrounding the New Year celebrations. In the spirit of today, enjoy this fantastic fireworks show! Don’t miss out on ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 1:00 pmBring your TV into the new generation. Enter to win the Roku 2 XS 1080p Streaming Player for as little as 7 Swag Bucks. The Roku is the original, best-selling streaming player. ”With Roku, it’s a snap to enjoy the best movies and TV shows, live sports, music, games and more—all instantly on your TV, ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 11:00 amIn Chinese and other Asian societies, a red envelope is a monetary gift typically given out during holidays and special occasions, like Chinese New Year. The color of the envelope, red, signifies good luck and is supposed to ward off evil spirits. In honor of Chinese New Year, we would like to present you with ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, January 23rd, 2012 at 9:00 amFushigi is a brand new, dynamically designed ball used in the mysterious art of contact juggling. With Fushigi the operator exploits the reflective properties of a sphere through specific hand and body isolations and movements that are designed to give the appearance that the Fushigi sphere is moving on its own or even floating. Using ... Read More »
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