I know what you’re thinking. This can’t be real right? Well, this is NOT a scam! It is 100% legal, and guaranteed to work if you follow my instructions.
I will show you EXACTLY how I get my free Microsoft Point codes e-mailed to me using ONLY my e-mail. I’ve also used this to get Nintendo points, Playstation Network, WoW, Runescape, IMVU, Neopets, Xbox 360 monthly live cards, and basically ANY type of “code-based item” you can think of!
If you’re not into games, than you can even get e-mailed codes for itunes and amazon/ebay gift certificates!
You don’t have to read this, but if you want to know how this all works, then here it is:
There’s a website that can afford to give you free prizes because they get paid by sponsors that advertise on their site. These sponsors won’t bother you at all because you don’t have to pay any money for whatever it is that they’re advertising.
When the website has more members, more sponsors come, making the website more money. Of course, if the website charged money for prizes, it would have no members, and no members means no money.
This means that the website actually benefits more from giving away free prizes, and that’s where you come in. By accepting these free prizes, you’re actually helping them!
I really wouldn’t call this a catch, as you’re still getting these prizes absolutely free, and you don’t have to give up anything! But there’s one very simple and minor thing you’ll need to do to get these free prizes. You have to earn points.
Don’t worry, these points are extremely easy to get, and it’s still all absolutely free! In order to make these points, you’ll just have to fill out a couple of offers/surveys; that’s all! These offers are only a couple of seconds each, and they are VERY EASY to do! A lot of them only require you to put in your e-mail address. Some even give you points for playing games!
Don’t worry; making points is short, simple, and easy! Follow my guide, and I promise you you’ll have your free prize before you know it!
If you’re ready to get started, than follow the steps below.
Step 1: Click on the Banner and Sign up!
You’ll be asked for your e-mail, name and a password. I guarantee you that it’s 100% safe, but if you don’t trust me, feel free to create a 2nd e-mail account. You don’ t have to give your real name either.
Any time you click on a link, you’ll navigate away from this page so I would right-click on the link and click “open in new window” so you’ll stay here. Please don’t forget to come back here! I’m a much better guide than the actual website!
After you sign up, you’ll recieve an e-mail, so login to your newly made e-mail account and find the e-mail from prizerebel. Then, you’ll want to go ahead and click on the confirmation link they provide you with.
Then, go to the site’s homepage and login. After logging in, find where it says “prizes” at the top, and click on that (click directly on the word “prizes”, not prize claims, testimonials, or custom prizes”).
You will then see an organized list of free prizes organized according to category. So if you wanted Microsoft Points or Gold Membership Cards, you’d look in the “Xbox 360” tab. Notice that each prize has a certain amount of “points” required to order them. Don’t worry, I’m going to show you how to get these “points” in the next step.
Login to your account. Next, click where it says, “offers” (click directly on “offers” not “completed/ignored offers”). You’ll be taken to a long list of offers with several pages. Each offer has a different “requirement” and a different amount of points given for completing it.
Our goal is to quickly fill out these easy surveys and get the points that we’ll need to get free prizes. Don’t worry, there’s SEVERAL offers to choose from, and you’ll have to do very few to get your free prize.
Each offer takes less than a minute to do; so you can have enough points to get any of the code prizes within the hour! Pretty sweet deal wouldn’t you agree?
The best way to start would be to use the sorting feature to sort the offers according to “credited”, and “greatest to least”. This will make it so all the best offers you can do are first on the list.
Another way is to look at the “most credited offers” list on the homepage. DO NOT click on those offers immediately, because you won’t know the requirements needed to get credited, which is very important. Instead, click on “offers” and use the search tool to find that particular offer, and be sure it’s not an offer you’ve already done.
Important note: for some reason, many people think that when you get points, it will automatically update your “current points” collection for you. If you think you got more points, you gotta “refresh” the page to see it.
Don’t be fooled by those liars that talk about “instant points” and “point hack generators”. There’s absolutely no way to hack the website for points! Believe me, I’ve tried them all and those guys are all liars! Once you’ve made an account, don’t try to signup under someone else’s link, because you’ll be banned for making two or more accounts!
1. You must delete ALL your browsing information before each offer. If you don’t, the offer might not credit. I highly recommend CCleaner for this. CCleaner is free, and it’s the most effective, according to most users.
Click here to download CCleaner. Make sure you have EVERYTHING under Internet Explorer/Firefox checked when clearing your browser with CCleaner. Click here to look at a picture example of what needs to be checked. After having everything checked, hit “Run Cleaner”.
You can do it manually without CCleaner, but it won’t be as effective, and you might not get credited as much as you would using CCleaner. If you prefer the inferior, manual method of clearing your browser, here’s how:
If using Internet Explorer, you’d click: “tools”, “internet options”, “delete”, then “delete all”
If you use Firefox, click: “tools”, “clear private data”, then you’d check all the boxes and hit delete.
I only recommend Internet Explorer and Firefox for doing offers. Other browsers aren’t as effective.
2. When running CCleaner, make sure all windows and everything else is closed out first.
3. Make sure your browser accepts cookies. Go here to learn how: http://www.google.com/cookies.html
4. You MUST create a new e-mail EVERY time you do an offer, especially if you’re re-trying an offer. Use either Yahoo, Hotmaiil, or Gmail. I’ve heard Gmail works best. No temporary e-mail addresses!
5. You DON’T have to use your real info when doing offers. Just be sure it is realistic info, The address must exist so I’d use a neighbor’s if you don’t want to use your own. Don’t worry, nothing will happen to them. Same thing for phone #s, just make sure they’re real.
Use the exact same info for every offer, and every time. The only thing that needs to change is your e-mail.
6. Read the requirements for each offer before doing them.
7. Disable any popup blocker or firewall/virus-protecter.
8. Leave all windows and tabs open when doing an offer, and let every page load completely.
9. Most offers won’t credit the second you finish. Leave the offer page open for 5-10 minutes after finishing. Believe me this will work most of the time if you just wait. Most will credit after a minute or two though.
If it still doesn’t credit you, don’t give up. It may take a couple of days to credit even if it doesn’t say so. Simply move on to the next offer. Don’t forget to close out everything first, and then run before doing another offer.
1If you’re not getting credit for a majority of offers, check prizerebel’s FAQ section under the “How To” tab. It might help you. Make sure you’re logged in first though before checking the FAQ.
After reading the guidelines above, you’re free to try the offers yourself, but if you have an unsuccessful offer or two, or feel that you need more help, visit my “Doing Offers” section. I guarantee you’ll make fast points after reading it.
If you have a problem with the prize claim, go to the “Support” section and open a support ticket. The staff will help you out with ANYTHING, not just prize claim questions.
This concludes my guide! Good luck everyone!
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