- Swagbucks $5 bonus
We’ve written before about Swagbucks as a way to earn side money. You can make this even easier now by using Swagbucksas an app instead of just on your computer. As with many of the other apps featured here, this one will give you notifications when you’re eligible to take surveys or complete other paid tasks.
- my points $10 Bonus
My Pointsis a popular rewards site established in 1996 that offers users the ability to accumulate virtual points in different ways to exchange them for prizes or cash. You can later redeem your points for Amazon gift cards or 75+ other retail and restaurant partners.
- Acorns $10 Bonus
Acorns is a terrific investing and savings app that is offering $10 after signing up. Acorns can help you in tracking your daily finances, saving for the future and planning an investment strategy that fits your risk profile.
- Worthy bonds
Worthy Bonds earn a fixed rate of return of 5% and the cost of the bond is only $10. Buy as many bonds as you’d like; and watch as you accrue interest weekly. Bonds have a 36-month term but can be cashed out at any time, without penalty.
This cash back app lets you search for rewards, coupons and promo codes. If you’re a frequent mobile shopper. Installing eBates can help you save. The app also gives you push notifications about new deals and sales.
You’ll have to work slightly harder to earn money with this app. But Uber driving could be a full-time job if you work it hard enough. For many, though, it’s just a side gig. Consider signing up to drive and then just turning the app on as you go about your day. You might be able to pick up a ride on your way to work or school, for instance, for just a bit of extra money.
- survey on the GoThis
is another survey app that lets you set up your profile and then take surveys for which you get paid. It lets you rate shopping experiences and products or even review movies or TV shows. You’ll get your first dollar right away when you download the app.
- Google Opinion Rewards
Here’s yet another survey app that lets you get surveys about once a week. With this app, you get rewards that you can use in the Google App store. The surveys are generally pretty short, and can include things like rating different ads.
- money machine
This app is similar to others that focus on surveys but also let you earn money by watching videos and completing other small online tasks. It will notify you when you can complete different types of offers. You can then transfer the rewards to your PayPal account as cash.
This app gives you alerts when you qualify to take a paid survey. You can set up your profile ahead of time, and then get notifications for surveys for which you qualify. You can also do product reviews, be a secret shopper, or test ads. You’ll get money, which you can reward at iPoll’s online store.
This app basically turns your step counter into cash. It tracks your activity, and then rewards you with sweat coin. You can’t turn the digital currency into cash. But you can spend it in the in-app store on goods and services, or you can donate them to charity as cash. It’s an easy way to earn cash just by walking around.
If you’re constantly snapping photos on your smartphone, Foap could help you make money. You can sell your photos to brands and individuals around the world. You can sell photos you already have in an online portfolio. Or you can go on specific missions to sell photos to brands like Bank of America or Pepsi. Foap lets you cash out your earnings through PayPal.
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