October 25, 2011 by Debi
Filed under Swag Bucks
Today’s daily poll question from Swag Bucks to earn one point is about their new Fall Classic game. If you are one of the people who answered I don’t know what that is, then this post is for you.
The way the Fall Classic works is simple – there are four ways to earn that count, and each one scores a different number of points for your team:
A Search win is worth 1 point;
Earning from a Task is worth 2 points;
Complete and earn from Trusted Surveys and you’ll score 3 points;
Earn from Special Offers or buy a Daily Deal and your team gets 4 points.
Of course, you have to join a team first! To do that, go to the registration page and click “I Want To Play” - that will autodraft you to either American Swag or National Bucks - registration will be open until noon tomorrow, Wednesday, October 26th, but you can start earning for your team as soon as you’re drafted. I got into National Bucks and we’re ahead so far
Just complete as many of the activities listed above as possible and come back to the scoreboard page to check on your team’s progress!
You’ll have until Wednesday, November 2nd to score those points. After that, every member of the winning team who scored at least one point for their team will get a bonus of 25 Swag Bucks, and every member of the runner-up team who scored at least one point for their team will earn 10 Swag Bucks.
You basically having nothing to loose on this one.
Also, Swag Bucks will be randomly awarding users on Twitter who sign up then tweet which team they’re on using the hashtag #sbfallclassic.
Wondering what Swag Bucks is all about?
Swagbucks can be used to purchase all sorts of things!
My personal favorite item is a $5 Amazon e-Card for only 450 Swag Bucks! You can also snag gift cards to Starbucks, O’Charley’s, Chili’s, Macaroni Grill, Home Depot, Fandango, Rixty, CVS, Overstock, Lands End, Cabelas, and more. If you are new, read more information here, you get 30 points just for signing up.
(Note: Some links in this post are my referral link. Read my disclosure policy here.)