Today, the two Kyocera phones I ordered for Perk TV arrived.  I installed the Perk TV app from Google Play store, logged in and began running videos in about two minutes.  Now I have three phones running Perk TV flawlessly. Because it’s working so well, I decided to buy two more phones to bring the number of phones I have running Perk TV to five, the maximum allowed. Over the last couple days I’ve earned $20.00 in passive income in the form of Amazon.com gift cards ($5.00 from Swagbucks, $5.00 from Perk.com and $10.00 from InstaGC) and so decided to use that money to finance part of the purchase. The purchase price of both phones came to $37.98 with shipping, butRead More →

Today I earned $5.00 in Amazon gift card credit from Swagbucks.  Swagbucks works a lot like Perk (and vise versa).  I have Swagbucks TV and another video app EntertainNow! from the same company playing on an old iPhone I had lying around.  The major difference between Swagbucks and Perk is that there are earning maximums on Swagbucks and Swagbucks does not have the token system Perk does. With Swagbucks, I usually limit myself to $5.00 Amazon gift cards because they cost 450 points, rather than the 500 most $5.00 cards on Swagbucks cost.  That means each point is worth 1.11 cents.  It’s not much but over a few gift cards, that difference becomes a real increase in earnings.Read More →