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Keeping the points straight for deal stacking

SaverGirl67
Moderator
Moderator

I really don’t know why the make it so hard - but I constantly forget how much a “point” is in the different apps. Does anyone have a handy reference or way to remember the difference between Shopkick. Swagbucks. And Fetch??  

Maybe it’s just me? Lol 

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Re: Keeping the points straight for deal stacking

MelissaR
Skilled Saver

I think after you do it for a while, it'll stick to your memory! 

Shopkick, I multiple the # of kicks by .004.  250 kicks = $1. 

Swagbucks is a penny per sb.  So 100 SB = $1, 1000 SB = $10

Fetch, every 1000 pts = $1

Re: Keeping the points straight for deal stacking

Rickibotta
Deal Master

SK is just so stupid, that I merely remember it is 250 kicks = $1

 

@MelissaR 

I always thought it should have been called SwagPennies since 100 points = $1.

 

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Re: Keeping the points straight for deal stacking

SaverGirl67
Moderator
Moderator

@MelissaR   Thanks for this. When I’m at home I feel like I have it all figured out - I have my list. I make my plan. But at the store when I have everything open at once I often get confused and I find there’s just no easy way to even know which app I’m looking at. Lol. It definitely makes checking clearance items interesting. 

Re: Keeping the points straight for deal stacking

Dean
Deal Ambassador

I make my lists ahead of time with conversions written down for SK. It’s a pain when reading about deals that include dollar amounts and then having to go back and forth converting to kicks. I thought of using a currency converter to put in custom conversions but the one I use is no longer supported so I can’t make changes.  

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