Swag Codes are strings of text that you can apply for instant
Swag Codes can appear anywhere, and at any time, throughout the Swagbucks
network. (Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Swag store, Swidget, Toolbar, and more)
A good way of knowing a code is out and active, is to
watch Swagbucks Facebook wall, if it is full of people
saying "THANKS TSG" that means a code is out and
active! You also need to get a
(Click the word SWIDGET above to see more)
When you get a code, do not post
it anywhere but in the Code box, as shown below.
( You can LOSE YOUR ACCOUNT posting a code
anywhere others can see it. )
Also do not ask for codes. It is also against the rules. You can ask for hints to help you
find it, but again sharing codes is grounds for deactivation.
What codes look like....
(Below are old expired codes, but they will show you what a code can look like.)
Swagbucks Home page
Hidden code in blog...
Some codes are dynamic, which means they are constantly changing.
They do this so people can't cheat and share the codes with other
people. Since the codes change often, you need to be quick to redeem
it. It's a good idea to have the Swagbucks homepage open in a different
tab. Then you can quickly copy the code and go to the
other tab and enter it before it expires.
Also make sure you are not coying and pasting an empty space
at the beginning or end.
Look at all the link buttons on the left side of
swagbucks.com. These are a lot of the places codes
are given out on. :)
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