Each month or so, Swagbucks hosts a Twitter party of sorts with a fun game of iSpy. They tweet clues to Swag Codes throughout the day along with a link to search for the answer. If you are the first however many “Swaggernauts” to enter the code, you can win SB. This game’s theme is New Year’s Eve, of course!
The first thing to do is follow Swagbucks on Twitter. On an iSpy day, they will first tweet a warning that they are going to be giving out a clue, then they tweet the clue. In a bit, they tweet out the answer and a little tidbit of information about the topic. There are usually several clues given every two hours or so. It’s fun, AND you get to learn something, too!
Click the Clue
Click the clue in the tweet even if you know the answer. You could end up earning a win for the search as well. Double bonus! Plus, you will know for sure what the answer is. Although, I suppose if you know the answer, you should enter it as quickly as possible to beat out all the other players! You could always click the clue later to see if you can win a search.
Enter the Answer
On the Swag Button, in the Swagbucks App, or in the Swag Code box on the Swagbucks home page, enter the answer in all caps as quickly as you can since you are competing for one of only a few thousand wins each round.
This month’s iSpy game is all about New Year’s Eve. This morning at 10:00am PT, Swagbucks will tweet out a warning, then a clue, then the answer. You have to be quick because only the first few thousand will get credit each round. The next round will begin about two hours later, with a total of four rounds. Good luck!