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Little Extra Stories: Lisette

Posted by on Mon, April 27th, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Good People Stories Lisette

Today’s Little Extra Good People Story is probably the most “English” testimonial we have ever received.  So lets once again  travel across the pond to the UK where Lisette (SwagName: LizzieAnnD ) first discovered Swagbucks on the website Money Savings Expert.

At first she didn’t pay us much attention because we sounded too American. However, being born in Boston, Mass., USA, originally, she thought that maybe like her, Swagbucks also had the best of both worlds. So she gave us a try and to put it in her own words, “Swagbucks was very kind to me.”

Lisette makes most of her SB taking surveys. Which makes sense as she also enjoys being able to share her good fortune with her family.

Lisette’s family has established a “rule.” Every time she reaches a voucher redemption (that’s English for redeeming a gift card) , or wins anything or reaches any cash redemption threshold, Lisette cashes in her earnings and distributes them to the members of her household where they use the earnings collectively, and make each others birthdays, Christmas’ and Easter extra special days.

They get all sorts of different things online from Amazon or using Paypal. And by “things” Lisette mostly means books. Lisette’s household are all book bugs (that’s English for “book worm”)  and have no less than THIRTEEN collective bookcases. They are full of collected works from all their purchases, the highlight being a complete collection of  reprinted original editions of Charles Dickens gleaned from E-bay over the years.

“Thank you Swagbucks for all your help in helping us to help each other and keep our family close, looking after each other and helping each other to have happy celebrations on special days.”


That’s really kind of you to say, Lisette. But it is really us who should thank you for the amazing things you and your family do with Swagbucks. After all, a rewards program is only as successful as its members.  


What could you do (or did you do) with a little extra?

Send your story to and include your

1. Name,

2. Swag Name,

3. How you first came to Swagbucks

and 4. A photo.

Members who get their stories published receive 1,000 SB. And just because we didn’t tell yours this week, doesn’t mean we won’t tell it in the future. We look forward to hearing from all of you.

-Team Swagbucks

Bee ONEderful

Posted by on Mon, April 27th, 2015 at 7:00 am
You thought our last Bee ONEderful referral promotion was sweet? Just you wait until you see what we have in store for you this time! Again, for one day only we are asking you to Bee ONEderful. From 8am PDT/11am EDT on Wednesday, April 29th through Thursday, April 30th at 8am PDT/11am EDT you will receive 2 SB for inviting your ... Read More »


Posted by on Sun, April 26th, 2015 at 1:30 pm
“God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.” – Rudyard Kipling “All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” – Abraham Lincoln “Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.” – Robert Browning If you couldn’t tell, at Swagbucks HQ, we think pretty highly of mothers and ... Read More »

Introducing The Swaganigans Invitational!

Posted by on Fri, April 24th, 2015 at 4:00 pm
What are Swaganigans? Who came up with the name Swaganigans? How do you even pronounce the word Swaganigans? Fortunately for you, we can answer two of those questions. Swaganigans is a new subreddit community developed by Swagbucks very own Swaggodore of Smart Rewards Challenge Thingy fame. Go ahead check it out. Swaganigans is a weekly ... Read More »

$2,500 Referral Pyramid

Posted by on Fri, April 24th, 2015 at 8:00 am
It’s time to play the $2,500 Referral Pyramid! Today’s special guests are all of you! And we are your hosts, Team Swagbucks! We always wanted to see a Winner’s Circle like this: Contestant 1: Swagbucks Contestant 2: Things that are fun! Contestant 1: Swagbucks Contestant 2: Things that are rewarding! Contestant 1: Swagbucks Contestant 2: Things ... Read More »

The 7th Smart Rewards Challenge Thingy: 3200 SB Grand Prize for your Tom Swifties

Posted by on Thu, April 23rd, 2015 at 7:00 am
Last week you all acted dumb for a good cause. You all made mouseofthehouse’s smart phone insult him. And you all made BattyJanice fall out of her chair laughing (again). “This week’s challenge is more challenging,” said Swaggodore simply. <To Skip To Last Weeks Uneducated Winners Click Here> This week’s Smart Reward Challenge Thingy is all ... Read More »

iSpy Search: Earth Oddities

Posted by on Wed, April 22nd, 2015 at 9:00 am
It’s time for another round of Twitter iSpy Search and in honor of Earth Day we decided to give it up for our favorite habitable planet! We searched the internet far and wide for the greatest things our planet has to offer and boy were we amazed. Your searches will have to do with… drum ... Read More »

April 101 – Search and Learn

Posted by on Tue, April 21st, 2015 at 10:00 am
Swaggernauts, class is in session and this week’s topic is April 101. Be prepared to learn about one of our favorite months, April. As always, this session will be both informative and rewarding because it will be taught as a Search & Learn! Introducing Swagbucks Search & Learn: April 101! For those of you who haven’t ... Read More »

Good People Stories: Emma

Posted by on Mon, April 20th, 2015 at 4:04 pm
Today’s Swagbucks Good People Story comes from across the pond. Emma (Swag Name: wildchild554) is the single mother of 2 very young and cute boys. It’s not easy for her to cover rent, water, council tax, gas, electricity, phone, food and clothes.  Emma wrote in to tell us about how Swagbucks has helped her replace ... Read More »

Swag Crunch Swag Code Extravaganza

Posted by on Fri, April 17th, 2015 at 11:30 am
Do you remember what breakfast was like when you were a kid? I sure do. Your mom cooked up hearty breakfasts of eggs and hash browns, but for you, it was all about cereal. It didn’t matter the size or shape, it just had to be sweet. Well we’re taking those great childhood memories and ... Read More »