I know that some of you guys have been diligently squirreling away presents throughout the year. But if you’re like me and wait a little longer… Well, don’t feel bad — now’s actually the best time to act.
Not only are we coming up on Black Friday (and pre-Black Friday) sales, but you’ll also get an extra return on your spending with bonus cash back shopping rates!
Swagbucks is currently offering double cash back at a number of stores. You’ll receive the money in the form of points called SB. Redeem those for gift cards to various stores or as PayPal payments.
I love to redeem my SB for Amazon gift cards. Over the years those have gotten us myriad cool stuff: gaming consoles, collectibles, shirts, watches, etc. Even our latest piece of furniture is courtesy Swagbucks Amazon GCs.
Of course, we’ve also done the grown-up thing and used the gift cards to buy household items, saving us hundreds of dollars in day-to-day expenses.
If you’re already a Swagbucks member, then you know what to do: Use this link to check out the holiday double cash back sale.
If you haven’t signed up for Swagbucks yet, it’s a great time to join.
Not only will you get bonus rates on shopping — and get some gift cards to be/help you pay for holiday presents — but you’re eligible for a 300 SB bonus! Just use my link to join and earn your first 300 SB before December 1st.
Obviously, my favorite thing about Swagbucks is getting something for nothing (duh), but my second favorite thing is probably the site’s turnaround time for rewards. I can redeem for a gift card at any point and it’ll be in my account within four business days. I usually get them in two. If you’re holiday shopping, quick access to rewards is a pretty big deal!
Of course no matter how much I love Swagbucks, I won’t pretend it’s the only game in town.
Oh, and before you shop you should check out my post, The RIGHT way to cash back shop. Even seasoned shoppers may learn a thing or two — like which sites are best for using gift cards. Because yes, those run the risk of disqualifying your purchase from a rebate.
Are you still doing your Christmas shopping? Do you shop cash back?