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I want to share how I earn $210 a month in Amazon Gift Cards. I have shared the sites I use including my list of 45 Places to Earn Free Amazon Gift Cards. But I want to share what my typical day looks like, and how I can earn this much EVERY month. It is a huge help towards my grocery budget and my overall budget it helps me snag many items free!
How I Earn $210 (or more!) a Month in FREE Amazon Gift Cards
I spend less than 30 minutes a day to earn and in most cases I earn more than $210 a month that comes out to an average of $14 an hour! Not bad!
So here we go!
First I run Perk all day and all night I run it on my tablet and 2 of my old phones. I also recently bought a Nokia Lumina with my Amazon Gift Cards for only $29.99! Perk is an App that allows you to watch videos (like commercials) in exchange for points. You earn 4 points for every 2 videos. You can earn about $1 a day on these videos if you stay on top of them. Once an hour a pop-up comes up asking if you are still watching. Clicking yes continues the videos. To maximize my earnings, I watch the app trailer videos. They are the shortest. I earn about $2 a day if I do NOTHING else on Perk. But I also Use their search app and earn up to 100 points for a search. They also have a browser app to earn while your view the internet, A scratch card game and a Pop Quiz game as well. Plus if your download the wallet app you can get a discount on your Gift Cards you redeem. You can also earn points for shopping online.
With Perk, I earn about $75 a month.
First thing in the morning I get up (after feeding the kids and all) and I start on Swagbucks. I only do Swagbucks enough to reach my daily goal. I do this by starting with the Daily Poll, The NOSO offer, the Encrave Offer, and the toolbar offer. This is 5 Swagbucks. I will then use Swagbucks Video App to reach my goal. This takes less than an hour each day. You will earn bonuses for reaching your goal each day and for also doing your goal every week. I will also cash in any swag codes that come out (Swagbucks notifies you via the App or the Toolbar) and I use Swagbucks for search on my computer.
I will earn about 3,000 Swagbucks a month or about $30 in Amazon Gift Cards. So I am up to $105 for the month. Once I am done with the Swagbucks Videos on my Phone I will switch it over to run Perk Videos for the Day.
GiftHulk this is a site just like Swagbucks, I do my bonus bar point each day if I'm feeling up to it I will do more. This earns me $30 a month.
This takes my monthly total to $135.
Then I open a Tab in Reward Shopping and use their stumble feature. Every time you earn stumble points it’s about 25 points. I do this throughout the day and earn about $10 worth of Gift Cards a month. Taking my monthly total to $145.
Then when I have a minute I head over to InstaGC. I do the click offers, videos, and a few others. If I am saving for something special I will push and do more. I do about $50 a month here. Taking my total to about $195
Shopkick is a no brainer when out and shopping. Check in as you walk into a store, no extra effort needed! If you wish you can check out and scan products for points as well. I earn about $10 a month and I forget to do the scans when I'm in the store. Total $205
Also once done shopping I submit my recipes to Receipt Hog. You earn point based on your shopping. I earn about $5 a month here not bad for a paper that normally gets thrown away. Total $210
For some extra cash, I use Quick Rewards. They are pretty much like InstaGC. Do videos offers and more for cash. This one my earnings are directly affected by how much effort I put into it, and how much effort I put in depends on much extra cash I need to make that month. I have done everything from $5 – $100 for Christmas.
As a bonus, I will also score discounted Amazon Gift Cards from Gift Card Granny to save money on items I need.
Make sure to check out Amazon Prime Perks – 30 Hacks to Save With Your Amazon Prime Membership for ways to make those gift cards stretch as much as possible.
I am a Wife, mom to 4 kids, homeschool mom, blogger, social media junkie, Frugalista, Book Worm, and Closet Want-to-be Chef. We are a Roadschool family (homeschooling on the road while traveling fulltime).
I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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