That is my goal at the moment. I'm trying to be able to get the maximum amount of $5 Amazon Gift Cards per month which is five. I'm doing this in order to buy textbooks on Amazon "for free". By getting all of the money through Swagbucks instead of through my bank account. When I am going over my personal finance, I don't include the income that I make online. So therefore the amount of money I have when I need to buy textbooks (or other essentials) on Amazon that I've gotten through Swagbucks is a way to save myself money.
I have successfully completed this goal for September. And the best part about it is that I already have more then enough Swagbucks to buy 5 Amazon Gift Cards in October. It's awesome to have that much already! I'm hoping to be able to get my next 2,250 swagbucks as soon as possible during the month. My plan for the excess Swagbucks is to try to save up for a $25 Paypal Gift Card with costs 2,500 swagbucks. So I will use any extra Swagbucks per month to go towards getting that.
The Paypal gift cards allow me to get money to put into my bank account which would add to the money I actually count in my personal finance. It's what I consider real money and it can be used anywhere, not just Amazon. Which means that it could go towards the student loans that I need to pay off.
The more I make on Swagbucks, the easier and faster I will find myself in a financially free situation.