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Swagbucks Games: European Vacation

Posted by on Wed, July 18th, 2012 at 11:00 am

Like you, I want to know where in the world TSG is. Unlike many of you, I have a horrible sense of direction. I don’t know how it happened. My dad can find his way around any city you place him in, so I must have inherited this from my mom, who would always leave for a destination at least 30 minutes early to give herself what she called “getting lost time”. I am my mother’s son, but I want to get better, so I’m putting my geography skills to the test by play European Cities in Swagbucks Games:

The concept is simple: You have 15 seconds to correctly locate the city the game is asking about – the closer you get, the more points you score – do it quickly and get a time bonus!

I won’t even ask to to beat my score. I’m outright terrible at this game, so just post a screenshot of you playing the game to Twitter with the hashtag #Swagbucks and your Swag Name – we’ll hook three of you up with 100 Swag Bucks each.

Oh, and by the way – if you want even more geographic challenges try World Cities and US Cities!

Good luck,


Happy Flag Day

Posted by on Thu, June 14th, 2012 at 7:00 am

On June 14th, 1777, the flag was adopted by the United States of America.  Today marks the 235th anniversary of this momentous occasion in our country’s history.  The adoption of the flag was an outcome of the resolution of the Second Continental Congress.  Not only are we celebrating the adoption of the flag, but we […]

Happy Flag Day

Posted by on Tue, June 14th, 2011 at 5:00 pm

Happy Flag Day, Swaggernauts! I think we probably all know of Flag Day’s existence, but most of us probably do not know the meaning of the holiday.  On June 14, 1777, the flag of the United States was adopted by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.  But it wasn’t until 1949 that National Flag Day […]

How Networked Is Your City?

Posted by on Tue, March 22nd, 2011 at 8:00 am

Good Morning Swag Nation! This is Hal from Team Swagbucks. Yesterday I came across this article on that features a list of the 100 Socially Networked U.S. Cities according to Men’s Health Magazine – not necessarily the place any of us would go to get our tech/social networking fix, but it’s a good read […]