Learning how to earn free gift cards is simple!
But, be aware that:
It does take some time before the freebies start rolling in. Practice a little patience, and in the not too distant future you’ll be scoring those gift cards.
In this post, I’m going to show you FOUR ways to earn freebies on the fly.
The best part is:
Three out of these four ways to earn use ONLY your phone! SUPER convenient!
…That’s just what my inner lazy girl self ordered, when it comes to making easy money.
I use these four strategies all the time and I love it! It allows me to earn multiple freebies all at the same time.
The more I can get – the better!
You can save them up during the year to use at Christmas (less holiday spending burden – yess!) or use the free gift cards as you get them. How you use them depends on your own preferences, now let me show you HOW to get them!
4 EASY Ways to Earn Free Gift Cards
The first way to earn free gift cards is:
With the the Receipt Hog app!
This app rewards you just for submitting pictures of your receipts. Cool, huh?
The receipts can be from ANY store and for ANY purchase. So long, as they are physical receipts (sorry, no e-receipts).
The more receipts you have, the faster you can earn. With Receipt Hog you can submit up to 20 per week.
What kind of gift cards can you earn?
You can choose to redeem your rewards for Amazon gift cards, Paypal cash or magazine subscriptions.
Want to know more about Receipt Hog? Read my in-depth post about this app here.
If you’re ready to download the app it is available for iOs and Android devices here.
If you’re going to be using the previous app we just talked about to earn free gift cards; then it’s a no-brainer to also use this next app!
And that app is…
This app works just like Receipt Hog – you get rewards for your receipts. If you are uploading one for Receipt Hog, you might as well upload one for Receipt Pal.
Double points for you, and it takes only a a minute or two.
Even though they are VERY similar, there are some difference between these apps. Those small differences are…
#1 Receipt Pal accepts BOTH in-store receipts and online purchase e-receipts.
#2 The prizes you can redeem are gift cards only – no Paypal cash. Gift card retailers to choose from include Amazon, Restaurant.com, Target, VISA, Walmart + more (retailers tend to change every so often).
Note that out of these two apps, I tend to earn gift cards faster from Receipt Pal. So, if you’re on the fence about using more than one app – I’d go with this one.
Want to MORE about this app? Read my in-depth post about this Receipt Pal here.
You can also download it right away here (iOs and Android).
Using SwagBucks is another super, simple way to earn free gift cards. You’ll even get $5 just for signing up!
With SwagBucks, you earn points for doing things (some of which you probably already do) like: searching the web, watching videos, shopping online, answering surveys & more.
Redeem your points for gift cards from retailers like Amazon and Walmart, plus 100 others.
You can redeem your points for PayPal cash!
After signing up – the easiest way to find point earning opportunities is scroll down the bottom of the page and to click on “Ways to Earn”.
TIP: Watch for “SwagCodes” which you can enter for FREE Points.
There are a BUNCH of ways to earn points, making it easy to let the rewards stack up!
Get started with Swagbucks here.
Finally, my last lazy girl way to earn free gift cards is another convenient-to-use app.
That app is called Shopkick.
Shopkick gives you KICKS (points) when you go to the store. You get a kick for walking in, some for scanning products and some for purchasing specific items.
It’s easy to do and easy to earn those rewards we are all after!
Once you have enough, your kick points can be redeemed for a wide variety of digital gift cards.
Grab the Shopkick app here, available for iOS and Android.
Those are my four quick ways I earn free gift cards in my free time. Have you tried any of these methods for getting freebies?
What’s your take on these ways to earn free gift cards? Let me know your thoughts in a comment below.