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Using Swagbucks Points to Buy Groceries
Posted By Crystal Collins On March 14, 2009 @ 4:02 pm In Deals,Finance | 4 Comments
I spoke about Swagbucks before, and think that it is absolutely fabulous. I’ve racked up plenty of points in order to redeem gift cards just by doing my normal internet searching. I’ve been using my points in order to get Amazon gift cards, and have found that this is a great way to get some groceries for super cheap!
I just placed an order for 12 boxes of Annie’s Mac & Cheese, and only paid $1.13!
If you’ve earned 90 points from Swagbucks, then you can do this deal. Go to the Swagbucks store and use your points to get 2 $5 Amazon Gift Cards. It does take a few days for them to arrive. If you haven’t signed up with Swagbucks yet, you need to! It is the best thing to happen to my search engine. No more is Google making money off my searches! Now I make the money!
Here are the steps to get the Annie’s Deal on Amazon.
Step 1: Do subscribe and save to the following item: Annie’s Homegrown Totally Natural Shells & Real Aged Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)
Important: When you do subscribe and save it takes 15% off of the purchase, and it will create a subscription for the product to be delivered every 1 month, 3 months or however long you choose. If you decide later that this is not something you want to be subscribed to, then be sure to cancel or your card will be charged and more products will be delivered to you.
Step 2: Use coupon code ANNHOME5 to take an additional 30% off of your order. Your order should come to a total of $11.13.
Step 3: Use your 2 Amazon Gift Cards that you got for searching with Swagbucks, to take $10 off. Your total for 12 boxes of Annie’s will come to $1.13 Shipped!
I’m so excited to get such an awesome product for so cheap!
Total Spent: $1.13, Total Saved $25.19
YTD Spending: $415
YTD Savings: $1,636
Coupon Costs: $30
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