My Very Best Money Saving Tip…Back By Popular Demand!

FREE FREE FREE!  I love free!!
For those of you who are new to the blog in the past few months, here’s a post I’ve run before, but updated it to include new goodies!  Happy reading…and salivating!
Here’s the BEST money-saving tip I could possibly offer you.   How would you like to get a variety of your craft items COMPLETELY FREE?  Here’s a few brand new items I’ve gotten over the past few years and none of it cost me a single penny…not even for shipping!  How?  Scroll down!































And this is just the CRAFT STUFF I’ve gotten for free!  It doesn’t include Christmas presents for family and other assorted goodies, or the nice sum I’ve already saved up towards my next purchase!

So. have I got your attention?  Ha ha!  A few years ago, I joined Swagbucks.  Basically, Swagbucks is a program where you can earn (you guessed it) Swag “bucks.”  You’re randomly rewarded “bucks” for doing web searches using their Google Search Engine.  Although I don’t normally do tons of searches, every time I go to ANY site, including Hotmail to check my email, or Facebook, or my own blog even, I type it into my Swagbucks tool bar.  You don’t have to install their tool bar to join or search, but it makes it a lot more convenient for me.  You can also earn Swagbucks by taking daily polls, watching videos, playing online games, and all sorts of other activities.

Now, here’s where the free stuff comes in.  You can save up your “bucks” and redeem them for all sorts of various prizes.  I ALWAYS redeem mine for Amazon gift cards.  It takes 500 “bucks” to earn a $5 Amazon gift card.  (I can usually earn enough points without really trying, to exchange for 5 or more gift cards each month.)  Even though we’re only talking $5 at a time, you would really be surprised at how quickly it adds up.  There are other increments of Amazon cards you can save up for too.

Once I’ve saved up enough Amazon cards to purchase what I want, I make sure to get items that qualify for free shipping.  Your Amazon purchase has to add up to at least $25 – $35 to get the free shipping, but I’m more than happy to do that.  After all, free is free!!

If you would like to check out Swagbucks, click HERE!  If you have any questions or would like more info, please don’t hesitate to ask…this is a program that has given me so many free goodies, so I’m happy to help! Oh, and FYI…quite a few blog readers also participate in this program, and I know from one very sweet reader, that it works in Canada too. My understanding is that it works world wide, although some different prizes may be offered in other parts of the world.

Happy Scrapping! ~Amy E

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Amy England

Creator of the Scrap This Save That blog and Youtube channel and curator of a ridiculous amount of paper crafting supplies!

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  1. Lyne says:

    Thanks for the tip
    Lyne – BL
    For scrapbook inspiration follow me at Lynn’s Everyday Ideas

  2. LisaM says:

    Thanks for sharing! BL

  3. Janet's Planet says:

    Great tip! Bloggie Love Janet

  4. Unknown says:

    Thanks for sharing this!! BL Hugs ~ Lori

  5. An'Jenic G. says:

    Great re-post Amy. Happy BL An'Jenic

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