How to Find & Use Swag Codes

Swag Codes are like a little coupons that earn you free points on Swagbucks, so the more Swag Codes you can find and redeem, the more you can earn. Read on for some expert tips on where to find them.

What is Swagbucks?

Swagbucks is the premier paid survey site, where over 11 million participants have redeemed over $100 million in cash and rewards.

Swagbucks users earn reward points, called “Swagbucks” or “SB”, for doing various side hustles like their search engine, watching videos, completing surveys, or shopping online.

These reward points can then be redeemed for various types of rewards, including gift cards to major retailers like Amazon and Walmart, PayPal cash, or charitable donations.

Take a look at our comprehensive Swagbucks review if you’d like to learn more.


What are Swag Codes?

Swag Codes are a unique feature of the Swagbucks platform that offer an alternative way to accumulate SBs (i.e. points) without partaking in the typical surveys or Get Paid To activities. Think of them as freebies or bonus points just waiting to be claimed.

Swag Codes are short text sequences that, when discovered and entered into your Swagbucks account, reward you with extra points, providing an effortless way to enhance your rewards tally.

However, acquiring Swag Codes comes with a few challenges. First, they’re not always easy to find, so locating them may require a bit of a treasure hunt. Second, Swag Codes expire pretty quickly, so you’ll want to get the added to your account quickly.

What does a Swag Code look like?

A Swag Code looks exactly like a coupon code. Sometimes they are just text and sometimes they have numbers. Some are uppercase, some are lowercase, and some are mixed.

Some recent swag codes have been MonopolyGo665, Archimedes, and Woodoku6569

You should also know that Swag Codes never have a space, and also the they are case sensitive, so be sure you write it down carefully, or just copy and paste.


How much are Swag Codes worth?

Most Swag Codes aren’t worth a ton, typically just 2 or 3 SBs (equivalent to a few cents) but if you’re persistent they can add up over time.

There are also occasional promotions and “Swag Code Extravaganzas” featuring more valuable Swag Codes you can nab.

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Where can I find Swag Codes from Swagbucks?

Swagbucks says that “Swag Codes can appear anywhere at any time.” While this may be true, we’ve put together this list of some of the top places to find Swag Codes directly from Swagbucks:

  • Swagbucks Website & Social Media: Not surprisingly, Swagbucks itself is your best place to find the best Swag Codes. Frequently, the company will publish limited time codes (they may only last a few hours!) to their official Swag Blog, Swagbucks Facebook page, and Swagbucks Twitter account. Once you become a member of Swagbucks, it pays to check these resources frequently as they also post limited-time high-paying offers in addition to Swag Codes.

  • SwagButton: The SwagButton browser extension offers a number of ways to earn with Swagbucks. But perhaps best of all, the extension will alert you instantly when new Swag Codes are made available. Plus, if you use their toolbar to search the web, you’ll have a (slim) chance to win a Swag Code worth 1,000 SB a few times each day.

  • Swagbucks Mobile App: If you’re on the go, the Swagbucks apps (iphone | android) will send you a push notification when there’s a new Swag Code and even tell you exactly where to find it. It’s also packed full of other ways to earn.

  • Swagbucks Daily Trivia: The Swagbucks daily trivia game will find you answering questions about everything from pop culture to science, with a nice reward at the end in the form of a fresh Swag Code for you.

There are also a variety of ways to find Swag Codes outside of the Swagbucks ecosystem. Read on to learn about those.


Where else can I find Swag Codes?

Another way to keep tabs on new Swag Codes is with a handful of dedicated Swag Code trackers. These sites update frequently, giving you a better shot at finding unexpired Swag Codes. Here are some of our favorites:

  • ez Swag: For Twitter users, we recommend ez Swag. This long-running handle has been sharing Swag Codes since 2010!

  • SBCodez: If you’re not on Twitter, head on over to SBCodez. This website has a subscribe box so you can notified by email every time they find a new Swag Code to share.

  • Swag Codes Spoiler: You’re sure to be spoiled with an easy way to find Swag Codes when you visit Swag Codes Spoiler. They’re also on Twitter.

  • /r/Swagbucks on Reddit: Reddit is a great way to learn about paid surveys, and there’s even dedicated Swagbucks subreddit where Swag Codes get posted automatically within 12 minutes of release (or so they say). You don’t even need to sign up for Reddit, just check the page frequently so you don’t miss out.

Now that you know where to find Swag Codes, let’s learn how to submit them to your account.

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How do I redeem Swag Codes?

Here’s how to use Swag Codes once you find them:

  1. Log into your Swagbucks account.
  2. Look for the Swag Code box, usually located at the top right of the webpage on desktop or under the menu on the mobile app.
  3. Enter the Swag Code exactly as it appears (they are case-sensitive).
  4. Click “Redeem” or something similar to add the value of the code to your account balance.

You can also redeem Swag Codes using the SwagButton browser extension and the Swagbucks mobile app.

Note: Some Swag Codes can be used and shared by anyone (i.e. “static codes”) while others are are unique to a specific user and can’t be shared (i.e. “stealth codes”). If you’re having trouble redeeming a Swag Code, there’s a chance it’s only valid for someone else.


Closing Thoughts: Are Swag Codes right for me?

If you like to make money taking surveys, Swagbucks is an absolute must-join program. It’s the most popular paid survey site on the planet, where you’ll never run out of ways to earn. Plus, now that you know how to find Swag Codes, you’ll have a chance to earn points even faster.

Robert Fleming
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Robert Fleming

Robert Fleming is a 20-year veteran of the market research industry and now serves as co-CEO of Paid Survey Update which he co-founded in 2015. He resides in Myrtle Beach with his dog Gunnar.