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I had told you before that you could print coupons out of your Swagbucks Account — you can also do it out of a MyPoints account! MyPoints has been around over 10 years and I have used them just about that entire time!
How it works:
Earn Points for doing what you already do online: shopping, reading emails, playing games, searching the web, taking surveys, and more! The more you do, the more Points you’ll earn.
Shop or Book Travel
All the stores and brands you already love and trust are in one place, making shopping, booking travel and earning Points a breeze. Find the best products, prices and deals.
Use your Points to get gift cards for nearly 100 different stores and restaurants — or enjoy gas cards, airline miles and hotel discounts. You pick the rewards you want. Gift cards are quickly delivered to your door, free of charge. (And they do mean QUICK — we have done restaurant and gas cards mostly)
Points build up quickly…Earn 10 Points for every Coupons.com coupon you print and redeem. Find your favorites, shop at your grocery, save money while you earn Points, it’s that easy! Plus earn 25 Bonus Points when you print and redeem any 10 or more coupons.com, SmartSource.com or save and redeem any 10 or more Cellfire.com coupons in a month.
There are many other ways to build your MyPoints totals –
- Download their toolbar and get points for using it as your web search engine
- Shop online through their links
- Get the daily email for 5 pts
What have I redeemed the points for over the years?
- Restaurant Gift cards
- Gas Cards
- $25 Paypal Account deposits (that you can deposit from there to your bank account for free)
You might as well get the credit for printing out your coupons – instead of us bloggers getting the $.02 a print — it can help you pay for your holidays!