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5+ Swagbucks Referral Links

Swagbucks is a popular loyalty and consumer rewards program where you can get paid for your opinion.

Users earn points called SB by completing everyday online activities like searching the web, playing games, and watching videos.

These points can be redeemed for gift cards like Amazon or cash via PayPal.

Swagbucks offers various ways to earn rewards like cash back on online purchases from over 7,000 stores.

You can also earn rewards by scanning receipts, playing games, taking surveys, and using their browser extension.

Users can also find Swag Codes on social media or in-browser notifications and participate in Swagstakes for a chance to win prizes.

This list contains free Swagbucks referral links and codes to get a $10 sign-up bonus and 5 SB to redeem gift cards.

How to use a Swagbucks referral link

  1. Click on this referral link.
  2. Create a Swagbucks account using email, Google, or Apple.
  3. Verify your email address.
  4. You’ll get a $10 sign-up bonus or 5 SB.

How to find your Swagbucks referral link

  1. Go to swagbucks.com and log in to your account.
  2. Click on the profile icon and select “Referrals”.
  3. Copy your referral link and share it with your friends.

Swagbucks referral links

Swagbucks referral link

You can use one of the referral links above by clicking on it.

When you use one of the referral links above, you’ll get one or more rewards.

You’ll get a $10 sign-up bonus and 5 SB that you can use to redeem gift cards.

New Swagbucks referral links will be added to the list in the future.

You can bookmark the page (if you’re using Chrome, click on the star icon) and check back later.

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