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/////////////////////////////////////////// SB Local Birthday Promotion! #sp
Posted: 24 Feb 2017 04:18 PM PST feedproxy.google.com/~r/SavvySweeper/~3/ghkENbTJIEg/sb-local-birthday-promotion-sp.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
You’ve probably heard me talk about Swagbucks before. It’s the site where you get points (called SB) for doing things like shopping, discovering deals, watching videos, taking surveys, and searching the web. Then you turn those points in free gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Target, and PayPal cash. Swagbucks is at its best when they’re paying you to do something you’d already do online, and now they’re taking that concept into thousands of restaurants around the country with the SB Local app for iOS and Android. Starting on 2/24 and running through Monday, 2/27, they have a killer deal running – here’s how you can take advantage of it:
1. Click here to download the Swagbucks Local app. You can create your Swagbucks account if you’re new to it. 2. Sign in with your Swagbucks account information. 3. Link your first debit/credit cards to your Swagbucks Local app and get an instant 100 SB! 4. Use your linked card to pay at thousands of participating locations! If you spend $20 or more before Tuesday, February 28th, you’ll get a 300 SB bonus! That bonus will be paid out by 5pm PST on February 28th.
As an EXTRA treat for their 9th Birthday, in addition to the 300 SB, you’ll be entered in to a drawing for one of eleven prizes worth up to 9000 SB!
Finally, if you’re also signing up for Swagbucks for the first time and use my link, that means you’ll get another 300 SB bonus. We’re talking about $7 plus for going out to eat, with a shot at up to $90 more!
Some more info about SB Local:
Soon after paying with your linked card, you will see the transaction show up in your Swagbucks Local Activity ledger. Your SB earned will be calculated on the transaction amount before taxes and tip. Swagbucks Local is currently supported in the following metropolitan areas: San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Ventura County, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington DC, Phoenix, Houston, Denver, Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinnati, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale and Chicago. New cities added on a regular basis, and you’ll get the 100 SB bonus for linking your first card even if you don’t live in one of the cities listed above!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post
/////////////////////////////////////////// Taking Advantage of the Warm Weather
Posted: 24 Feb 2017 05:39 PM PST feedproxy.google.com/~r/SavvySweeper/~3/bPSIstTWvPc/taking-advantage-of-warm-weather.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email
What a beautiful day it was in the Northeast today. It was a beautiful, sunny 70 degree day. Luckily, my husband had the day off today, so we decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather and headed down the shore.
We began our trip at a large indoor/outdoor flea market. We strolled amongst the tables, looking at the sea of items for sale. Honestly, a lot of it is pure junk, but it is amazing what some people are able to make from nothing. I really wasn’t looking for anything in particular. I just liked browsing and strolling. I did pick up a few antique pins for $1 each. I have a weakness for pretty things.
After visiting the flea market we headed out to lunch at an Irish restaurant. We had corned beef, cabbage and potatos and shepard’s pie. My husband wanted to share both because he couldn’t decide which one he wanted. I stuck to the corned beef and cabbage, since I am trying to eat more healthy.
After lunch we drove a few minutes to the shore to take a walk on the boardwalk.There was a beautiful breeze coming off of the ocean and many people were out with their families and pets, walking along the boardwalk. I was happy to get some walking in. I get a bit stir crazy being indoors. It was so nice to spend a beautiful day with my husband and relax and take a break from everyday life.
Did you have a warm Winter day in your neck of the woods? What do you like to do on warm Winter days? I would love to hear all about it.