I’m not normally a big fan of booking travel through third-party vendors. 95% of the time, it works out just fine. The problem is the other 5%. If you do use third-party agencies, though, Swagbucks has temporarily boosted some of its travel bonuses.
Swagbucks And Travel
Normally, merchants such as Expedia and Travelocity only give you a rebate of a couple of percent. For a limited time, though, Swagbucks is paying some big bonuses to book travel through them.
- Travelocity and Hotels.com earn you 8 Swagbucks (SB) per dollar spent on travel booked through SB. That’s an 8% return.
- Expedia and Priceline get you 10 SB per dollar spent. I’ve never noticed much of a difference between Expedia and Travelocity, so I’d use the former.
Swagbucks is a referral site. If you don’t already have a membership, I’d appreciate it if you used my link and we will both get a bonus. Thanks!