How to Get Free Gift Cards for Cat Products and More

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Free Cat Products by “Swagbucking”

As many of you know, I am a crazy couponer and have a couponing website.  I do most of my couponing in store, but also do some things online to help my couponing efforts in store to go a bit further.

One of those ways is through a website called, Swagbucks.

About a month ago, a reader wrote in and said,

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“I had been contemplating whether or not I could really afford a Ragdoll. I am on a limited budget and have an aging 16 yr old cat who is my heart’s love. A lot goes into him. This was the video, and information, that showed me I could come up with a great budgeting plan using the Swagbucks. I put my deposit down on Gus and got to work. And, tada! Flawless.

Westminister Weazel Ball Unboxing Video with Ragdoll Cats – The Weasel Rolls with Ball

I spent the months waiting for my Ragdoll kitten pouring over your videos, Swagbucking till my eyes crossed to pay for him and everything he would need upon coming home and reading your book to give me some serenity about his arrival andmy preparedness. He is AMAZING and at 5 months is already walking on a leash and riding happily in the car. Anyone with a pet should Swagbuck! So easy and pays for so much if the energy is put into it. Thanks for adding your couponing techniques for people to learn from. It was your Top 20 video that got me started on saving the Swagbucks. By far the most informative of your videos for those of us just starting.

Can net around $75+ a month depending on how good the offers are. I put it towards cat food, litter, treats and a percentage into a vet bill stash. While paying on Gus, I often picked up the PayPal cards and paid my breeder with that. Seems almost like a full time job to some but I tell everyone all it takes is just checking on it during the day and finding what way works best for you.

I know I would enjoy a newsletter on Swagbucks and/or cheats to help pay for our kitties. When deciding to get a Ragdoll I was quite intimidated by price and additional supplies I would need. After tallying all I paid with Swagbucks (litter, food, toys, grooming, litter accessories, mats, bowls, bed, etc) it came out to about $420 which cost me not even shipping! Amazon Prime for the win. Add in the $250 breeder deposit paid with PayPal and the price is nearly $700!!

I think of someone like me and those I know who want something extraordinary but feel held back by income. Seriously, Swags cannot be praised enough for people like that. One simply needs the drive, you know?

Ok, it looks like I wrote a book but I am a huge Swagbucking advocate Lol.”

I thought Jennifer had originally read my post about How to Get Free Cat Products, but it was the video above instead.

Join Swagbucks and use code “FLOPPYCATS” when you sign up to get 70 Swagbucks in addition to the 30 you get when you complete your profile, etc.

Some time ago, I put together a video of easy ways to get Swagbucks – I earn enough to equate to about $75 in gift cards a month – it really helps me pay for things I need, but can’t afford on my tight budget.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask in the comments below.  Of course, if you have any suggestions, please add those as well!  This video is older, but shows you how it works.

Comments (9)

  1. Pawesome post, Jenny! Great feedback, too. I think I’ll have to look into Swagbucks a bit more. I already joined but then it all kinda fell by the wayside. I’m such a MyPoints fiend and do the time to earn my Amazon gift cards to help offset some of the costs of living for us with things we need. I think I should become a Swagbucks fiend, too, which would really help to offset the costs of kitty cat maintenance and such. Thanks again for this wonderful info!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

      1. You are probably just as confused about MyPoints as I am about Swagbucks…lol. I think they may actually be pretty similar in concept on how you earn points (swagbucks) for rewards (gift cards, etc…). 🙂 <3

  2. Hey Everyone!

    I’ve never had so much fun spoiling a cat and feel as though I can do so guilt free!!! Lol If I can figure in MyPoints AND Swagbucks, yeowzah, I can really do some damage. Still have a long list of everything I want to get Gus. Bring on more coupons!!! =D

  3. Hi, Jenny! My husband and I are Ragdoll kitty ‘parents in waiting’, our deposit on a little girl Ragdoll kitten is in, her name is Mollie and she was born October 31st 2016 at Finer Point Ragdolls in Roseville, CA (we live in the next door town of Citrus Heights). I bought your “A Ragdoll Kitten Care Guide” from Amazon some time ago. We are very contented Floppycat video watchers. This waiting is hard. We got pictures of Molly from our breeder when she was 4 weeks, but we’d love another set now that she is a bit older. Her breeder said she’d get us some in a couple of days, but it’s been a week already.
    This will be the first kitten we’ve gotten. Both our first 2 purebred babies (which were Birmans) came to us at 18 mos old and 7 months old respectively, so we are very excited to be getting a baby this time. Thanks for your book – it is really helping us get a kitty eye view of our safe room for our new baby (my bedroom) as our established cat is about 12 years old. My Birman girl passed away in November and I’m still missing her and always will, but now I have a new kitty to get ready for. Have a merry Christmas, Jenny!

    1. Hi Sylvia,

      How exciting to be waiting for your baby.

      I am sorry to hear that the breeder has not gotten updated photos to you. That’s something some breeders don’t do well – and it’s a bad business/customer service approach, in my opinion. These days with social media, posting photos and sharing those little nuggets is the way to go for current parents and future ones.

      Sorry for the loss of your Birman.

      I am glad you have enjoyed the book – please let me know if you have any more questions.

      Thanks,
      Jenny

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