There are sites out there called “GPT” sites, or “Get-Paid-To” sites, that reward you for completing various actions, watching videos, shopping at online retailers, or doing other tasks online. Some of these sites pay you directly into your PayPal account, which you can use at checkout at Pogo.com for Gems and Club Pogo subscriptions. (PayPal is safe, and free, and doesn’t require a bank account to receive money.) And I’ve even found one that carries EA Cards, which you can exchange at Pogo for Gems and Club Pogo membership time. Here are my three favorites, tips for using them, and what I like best about them:
What I love most about this site is their Guess the Card daily game. I spend a few minutes each day and walk away with over 60HC regularly — sometimes a lot more than that — as well as boosts, and Fountain of Youth codes that I can use for myself and share with friends. If you do nothing else at GiftHulk, do the Daily Check In and the Guess the Card game each day. GiftHulk is open to users from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, and Ireland. (full review)
Be sure to try the daily poll, playing games, and watching videos to earn quick SB. For playing games, check out Swagasaurus Run; it doesn’t matter what score you get so lose right away and play again until you earn the daily max for that task, 10SB. Also, Swagbucks often posts Swagcodes to their blog, Facebook, etc. You can enter these on their site for a few extra SB here and there. Swagbucks is available in US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Ireland. (full review)
This is a site I found recently that carries EA Cards as rewards — the other two on the list discontinued their EA Card rewards a while ago — and they also can do direct deposit right into your bank account. My best tip for earning at this site is to pay attention to the Chat and Ticker boxes on the right side of the home page. There you’ll be able to see what’s paying out and get tips and tricks from experienced members.
I always tell people that these sites are a marathon, not a sprint. A tiny bit of effort each day can really add up to big rewards!
I’ve also compiled a list of free stuff where you might find some interesting ways to keep Pogo from lightening your wallet.
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