Sweeps weekly is sent out somewhat randomly. It only works if you have the initial email titled Sweeps Weekly.
I didn’t get it this week. Make sure you have email subscriptions for SYW and Sears.
No bonus rounds in any of the apps today… maybe they’ll announce one later today, but I can’t remember the last time they did that
Swago starts today, but remember that there’s no wheel/bonus points, so only do the squares you need to submit your board. The most you can earn without spending $ on SB Local or MyGC+ is 70 SB for either the bottom row or the far right column.
AdGate Media has double SB on all offers. Now’s the best time to do 1-2 SB coupon prints, 2 SB timed online arcade games, and surveys. I feel like the value of the quizzes were all reduced so you basically get the same amount when the points are ‘doubled’… so I’m not doing then on principle.
Yesterday I noted that TLTG ran 1-Click offers at 2am EST two nights in a row, well last night they did it at 12am EST for 30 minutes, so it’s not a predictable time or length, but at least the late night block ‘appears’ to be back consistently.
I did the second row swago for 35 SB, I think. Didn’t feel like purchasing from mygcplus or setting up the local.
This month’s welcome center instant win tab has a pink doorbuster tag for 1,000 SYW points, for most people. After doing the instant win sweeps even if you don’t win, log out and then log back in, you should be 1,000 points richer.
to do the sweeps, you must use code (capital letter important): Easter
copy and paste below, if above link doesn’t work correctly:
@ctujackbauer “You were so close!”, sigh. Thanks anyway. Maybe others can cash in on this doorbuster!
For me, sweeps instant wins and Win It! spin wins have petered away the last couple of weeks. A few months ago, I was averaging close to $10/wk spending a few minutes a day on them. Now it’s closer to $2, if that…
if you saw the pink doorbuster tag, i’d definitely check your point balance by logging out and logging back in. i didn’t win anything on the spin/instant win game too.
This month’s welcome center sweeps/instant win has a doorbuster tag for most people, so you get $1 in points after spinning even if you don’t win anything on the actual spin. Log out and log back in after spinning to see your point balance.
use code: personalshopper
to be able to play the sweep
if that link doesn’t work use, copy and paste.
Most of ibotta’s bonus offers and mobile bonus offers are ymmv. I also got 2x $1 for $2 back.
I got an email about downloading the Bing app and getting 500 points and double mobile search points for 30 days. I installed it and have used it, but I have not gotten 500 points and am still only able to get 100 mobile search points per day. I am getting double PC search points, at least. Anyone else have success with this?
I installed it a couple of weeks ago, uninstalled, then reinstalled it for this promotion (even though mobile points are available every day). I’m pretty sure I never got the 500 bonus points.
@fatwking I occasionally use DuckDuckGo, and would probably do so more if I was in a witness protection program or had a high security profile somewhere. I just use Bing for the rewards (it’s my home page, but I only use it a few minutes each morning).
At this point Microsoft should be aware that I like quickly flashing up news briefs, movie cast members, and dig Amazon gift cards. Beyond that, not so much–well, at least from Bing.
I too value privacy, and don’t participate in social media stuff like Facebook, Twitter, and so on. Never have! Oh well. And I’m more humored than bothered by “targeted” ads that pop for me thanks to prior Google searches.
We, the people, have the power to take back our privacy that these big techs have decimated and blatantly violated. If enough people started using alternatives that work just as well and actually defend our privacy, these tech behemoths (Goog, Amz, Fbook, Msft, etc.) will lose power and will bend to the will of the people. We need to take that power away from them.
(mod note: this is an off-topic post, but I’m replying to off-topic replies. Thanks UkeDog for the heads up on 300 points a day, it supercharged my amazon redemption for 2 weeks)
Big tech monopolies are similar to landline telephones; it works better if the person on the other end has one, otherwise it doesn’t really work at all.
Facebook especially so because while there will always be a market for niche social media networks, if your friends, family, and long last pals from high school are sharing posts then you’re going to need to facebook to see it - otherwise you end up with a completely public social media site like twitter.
Amazon has its advantages in cloud software and web hosting because of its unparalleled size, and even IT workers get certs in AWS just so they can have transferable skills for their next employer (or to keep their current one).
Microsoft is pretty much regarded as a monopoly. There’s always room for linux and mac.
Google is the closest thing to a consumer-created monopoly. There’s no real reason to use it over other search engines, other than the fact that it just works better than everything else out there. Google Maps and the Google Chrome browser especially so; Microsoft even bases Microsoft Edge on Chromium, the Google Chrome’s software underpinnings.
The enemy strikes again.
And by enemy, I mean private equity leverage buyout firms.
Starbucks: Free Any Espresso Starting at 3pm for Rewards Members w/ App
Starbucks is actually a bogo. Thanks though.
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