Friday, April 21, 2017

Revisiting Reward Programs

Recently I received two free bags of cat food from Purina because I cashed in some of my reward points from the My Perks reward program. So, I wanted to make a post to update my readers. 

You can earn points with the My Perks program by signing up and doing various activities such as following them on Facebook and Twitter, sharing your cat's name, updating your profile, and logging in daily. You can also earn points by entering the codes found of the bags of Purina Cat Chow. 

I've gotten several free bags of cat food from the program over the years, which helps me to save money. I like to feed my cats Purina Cat Chow because it is a brand that I trust and is not made in China. 

Another reward program I use is Inbox Dollars, which is a program where they pay you to read the emails they send to you. You can also do surveys and watch videos to earn money. You do have to have $30 in your account before they allow you to cash out, but it only takes a few minutes a day to do and I think it's worth the time. I have around $32 right now, but I've cashed out with $30 twice before already, so I know this program works. 

Send Earnings is the same type of rewards program as Inbox Dollars. I've cashed out with them for $30 before and already have over $20 in my account now and will be cashing out with them again soon. 

I also still use Swagbucks and Recycle Bank as well. I find these programs to be worth the time I invest and I hope you do as well.  :)

~ Living within our Means ~

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