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Contributing Editor – Stacy Garrels

By September 25, 2019 August 30th, 2021 No Comments

Stacy Garrels [ She / Her / Hers] is a Contributing Editor for Swagbucks and an aspiring donut connoisseur. Stacy writes about weird money, thrift store hacks, freebies, and life’s random quirks. Passionate about scoring freebies and great deals, Stacy’s been in the Penny Trenches:

  • Made over $20,000 flipping used clothes and used furniture online, including over $2,000 selling kids clothes on Facebook BST.
  • Has had gigs au pairing, teaching English, tutoring, copywriting, and bar-keeping in France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and North Dakota.
  • Had dozens of epic Target hauls where she saved 70%+ on cartfuls of groceries and household items.
  •  Scored over $1,000 in free baby diapers and baby furniture. 
  • Tried over 50 different loyalty sites, rewards programs, and cash app back apps – earning a ton of Target and Amazon gift cards along the way. 
  • Suffered some truly tragic Clairol home dye-jobs.  
  •  Was once forced by Security to leave a supermarket for trying to redeem too many (300+) coupons.

Stacy graduated from a small liberal arts college in Moorhead, Minnesota. Her rants and writings have been featured on InboxDollars.com, Medium, Upromise, Write One True Sentence, Reddit threads, social media posts, and random comment sections of HuffPost, NYT, The Cut, and The Onion. 

On Swagbucks, Stacy writes about ways moms can save money and their sanity, cash back savings news, shopping deals, and SEO content for pages like E.Juice Deals or the Pretty Litter coupon page. Outside of Swagbucks, Stacy writes about BST groups and clothing brands, mom life, and general life absurdities.

When not writing about money and consumer rewards, Stacy can be found downing copious amounts of coffee, back-seat politicking, sewing crooked quilts, or picking Cheerios out of couch cushions.

She lives in Minneapolis, MN with her husband, preschool daughter, 11-month old son, dog Wolfgang, and cat Katie. If Al Franken still lived in his childhood home, he and Stacy would be neighbors.

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