Earn Free Disney Tickets with Swagbucks

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I’ve talked about Swagbucks a lot in the past and occasionally share deals they offer.  This one was too good to not share!  Swagbucks is one of my favorite apps I use to save money and earn points (aka Swagbucks) that can be redeemed for free gift cards, Paypal or now Disneyland Tickets!!!  While we don’t have any plans to visit Disneyland anytime soon, we frequent Disney World and I have hope that maybe Disney World tickets will soon be an option.

Here are some of the details:

Swagbucks, the online rewards site where you earn cash and free gift cards for the everyday things you do online (like using a search engine), has added Disneyland eTickets to their lineup of rewards!

If you haven’t used Swagbucks before, here’s how it works: You get points (called SB) for things like online shopping, discovering new products and services, answering surveys, watching videos, and even searching the web. Then you redeem those points for gift cards from places like Amazon, PayPal, Walmart, Target, Starbucks, and now you can redeem them for tickets to Disneyland!

For you Disney fanatics out there who are planning a trip to The Happiest Place on Earth, Swagbucks is a great way to stretch that travel budget further. You can earn while booking your hotel, get gift cards for travel and restaurants while you’re away, or just offset the cost of the tickets using your SB points!

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How will I receive my eTickets?
These are electronic tickets that will be delivered to you via email.

Where can these eTicket be used?
These eTickets are specifically for use at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA, and cannot be used at Disney World in Florida, or at any Disney Stores or other Disney resorts. Tickets cannot be used for admission to special events (ie. Mickey’s Halloween Party).

What type of eTickets does Swagbucks offer?

  • 2 Day, 1 Park, Child (ages 3-9)
  • 2 Day, 1 Park, Adult (ages 10+)
  • 2 Day, Park Hopper, Child (ages 3-9)
  • 2 Day, Park Hopper, Adult (ages 10+)
  • 3 Day, 1 Park, Child (ages 3-9)
  • 3 Day, 1 Park, Adult (ages 10+)
  • 3 Day, Park Hopper, Child (ages 3-9)
  • 3 Day, Park Hopper Adult (ages 10+)

Important Notes:
These eTickets are non-refundable. Please make sure you are redeeming for the correct ticket and pay close attention to the type of ticket you are selecting, as there are different tickets depending on the amount of days you wish to attend the park, the type of ticket (one park per day vs. Park Hopper), and the age range the ticket is for (adult vs. child). Adult tickets are for ages 10 and up.

Also, please keep in mind it may take a few business days for you to receive your eTicket, so be sure to give yourself enough time when redeeming before you plan to visit the park.

If you haven’t yet joined Swagbucks join here and you can get 300 SBs to start your journey in September.  While it takes some time for the Swagbucks to add up, they do add up!  I usually earn at the very least enough to redeem a $25 gift card each month.  If you have any questions, be sure to ask below and I’m happy to help if I can.

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