It took awhile for me to get installed and logged in... I didn't realize pressing the return-arrow on my cell phone keyboard would do the trick, because there is no button to click to complete registration/login. Now i'm good and there are a huge number of offerings in Orlando.
I had to allow location services for it to even let me start the app. Can't connect PayPal. And I can only search by city name, not by, say, the name of a restaurant I am planning on visiting in said city. That means I have to search for the city and then scroll through ALL the options (unless you're certain of the subcategory it falls under), which are not listed alphabetically or in any other recognizable way, to see if the restaurant is on there. I gave up after a minute of that. It's a great concept, but there is definitely some oversight in the design.
This app would be a nice concept if they didn't just cater to the stinking rich. Why is it that there is not one freaking place listed that is not just 3 and 4 dollar sign upscale restaurants that most poor people can never afford to eat at and so us poor people when we do get a chance to eat out can only afford cheap places you would think they would have a few cheap options listed. I want to be able to make SB too you know. If you are poor and can't afford upscale restaurants you won't be making any SB off this app so don't waste your time. It will only depress you.
Wouldn't even let me use the app cause it said location was not enabled even though it was. Would give negative stars if I could. Fix the location issue and I'd willing to try again
Won't let me login. I put in my account info, select take a tour, and it starts it, keeping the "login" or "register" at the bottom. If I skip the tour, it shows me the restruant, but still has "login" or "register" on the side. My regular Swagbucks account works, right? I don't need to create a separate SBLocal?
There should be a way to unlink a credit card. And you shouldn't have to turn on high accuracy location settings to locate. Nothing in my area but I've found that to be true with a lot of credit card linking programs so far.