Replace lost income or supplement your existing salary with these ideas.
Thanks to the past couple of years of the pandemic, high unemployment rates and many people switching careers, figuring out how to earn extra money can be challenging and stressful.
Whether you need to earn extra money to replace income you lost or you simply want to supplement your existing salary, there are plenty of creative ways to earn extra money—even from your own home!
So whether it's freelancing online to selling items you no longer need, this guide will take the frustration out of how to earn extra money so you can spend more time hustling throughout 2023!
125 Ways To Earn Extra Money
1. Invest your spare change with Acorns
With Acorns, investing in your future has never been easier. Simply by downloading the app onto your phone, you are able to round up your purchases to the nearest dollar amount and invest the spare change into a portfolio. While funds aren't available immediately, nickel and dimes add up and it is a great way to build a nest egg for the future.
2. Sell your old electronics for cash
Have an old tablet, computer, or phone lying around? Consider selling it on sites like Swappa and NextWorth. This is a fast way to get some extra money in your pocket!
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3. Take an online survey
If you're looking to make some extra money fast, look no further! Survey sites like Swagbucks and Survey Junkie will pay either in gift cards or deposit money directly into a PayPal account. Pro tip: Signing up for multiple survey sites will make you more eligible for more surveys and you'll be able to pick ones that pay the most money.
4. Sell your gently-used clothing
Selling clothes you no longer wear is a guaranteed fast way to earn some extra bucks. Start by researching your local used clothing stores to see who is offering a sell-by-mail option in which you can mail your items and either get store credit or cash. If no clothing stores are operating, sign up for sites like ThreadUp or Poshmark and deal with buyers directly.
5. Negotiate your bills (to an extent!)
Rather than combing through all your subscriptions and bills to see where you can save money, let Trim do it for you! Trim is a free app that uses bank-level security that analyzes your spending and subscriptions and finds out ways to save you money. It can even negotiate your bills and find you a better rate on things like car insurance.
6. Rent out your parking spot
A reserved parking spot can be a hot commodity, especially in large cities. If you have a driveway or a parking spot you're not using, consider renting it out on Craigslist or another site. Just double-check your lease or your homeowner's association to make sure leasing your space is allowed.
7. Grocery shop for people
Sign up for Instacart and grocery stop for the elderly or immune-compromised in your area. Want to learn how? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to get hired at Instacart.
8. Make deliveries with Amazon Flex or Grubhub
Take advantage of people ordering in and sign up for a delivery service like Amazon Flex, UberEats or Grubhub. You get paid per delivery, in most cases, earn tips.
9. Take up tutoring
10. Test websites
Many businesses pay people to visit their sites and test functionality and how user-friendly they are. Getting into website testing is relatively easy, simply sign up on sites like UserTesting which pays a $10 flat rate for each completed and accepted test.
11. Apply for a job at a grocery store
Consider applying to your nearest grocery store to make some extra money. Stores like Walmart have even been known to cut down the hiring process to just 24 hours which means you can be hired and start working in a day!
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12. Open a high-yield savings account
By opening a high-yield savings account, you can earn money on top of the money you already have. All you have to do is find a savings account with a high annual percentage yield offer (like 1.40%). With some banks and credit unions, it only takes $5 to open an account and all you'll need to do is sit back and watch your money grow.
13. Online Nurse
The demand for medical professionals is surging now more than ever, and if you have medical credentials, you can earn some cash online. There are several options within telemedicine like virtual clinical research associates, remote diabetic educators and nursing evaluators.
Consider reaching out to your neighbors with young children to offer to babysit so they can get some work done (or much-needed rest!).
Scoop up some cash like you shovel up the snow. Some people may be looking for someone to do yard work and other maintenance like snow shoveling. List your services and rates on Angie’s List or NextDoor to get started.
16. Participate in mock trials
You don't need a law degree to participate in a trial. Online juries give lawyers the chance to “pre-try” their cases before presenting them in court. As a member of a jury, you'll get a little something for your time and the lawyer will get experience. Look up sites like eJury or OnlineVerdict to find out more!
If you have a topic you’re passionate about, why not start a podcast? All you need is a microphone and editing software to get started. As your audience grows, you can get some pretty sweet sponsorship deals.
18. Become a Beta Tester
Before computer products are released to the general public, companies will often hire beta testers to conduct a final round of evaluation. Testers will try out a range of unfinished products before they're available to paying customers. To get in on the action, check out sites such as VMC’s Global Beta Test Network.
19. Resume Writing
Resumes are something that people can be very insecure about, which means there is always a demand for services that require an extra set of eyes. If you consider yourself a resume master, consider offering your services locally or posting on Fiverr.
If you’ve got expertise in an area and think you can help small businesses near you, give it a shot!
If you consider yourself a grammar junkie and know the right way to use an apostrophe, this might be the best way to earn some extra money! Look on career sites like Indeed or LinkedIn to get started.
22. Participate in Clinical Trials
Medical clinics, hospitals and universities are regularly in search of people to participate in their research studies for payment. Websites like ClinicalTrials.gov and CenterWatch allow you to search and connect with thousands of clinical studies across the country.
23. Rent out your belongings
Whether it’s a grill, camping equipment or even your bike, sites like Loanables and Fat Llama enable users to rent anything to anyone—for a good price!
24. Become an election officer
Find out you can make money by becoming an election officer! Rates vary state-to-state but election officers can generally earn over $100 on Election Day.
25. Become a transcriptionist
Transcribing audio and video content into writing requires a detail-oriented mind. If you have strong grammar and spelling skills, you can earn a solid income with this side gig.
26. Become a neighborhood co-host
Become a neighborhood co-host with Airbnb! As co-host, you will not have to rent out your space to travelers but you'll act as a concierge figure. You can also screen and approve guests before their stay.
27. Mystery shopping
All you need for this job is to fill out an application with The Source and once you're approved, you can become a mystery shopper. Following the completion of the tasks given, the mystery shopper reports feedback on the cleanliness of the shop, the helpfulness of employees, and other details about their experience. In return, you'll be paid for providing your information and reimbursed for expenses paid.
28. Sell your unused gift cards
If you end up with a pile of gift cards from Christmas that you know you won't use, consider selling them on the Facebook marketplace or Gift Card Granny. You may not receive the full price for them but you'll be able to put that money towards things you actually want.
29. Sell junk mail
Did you know you can virtually recycle junk mail? Small Business Knowledge Center (SBKC) is a market research company that evaluates your direct mail and email, rewarding you with prepaid Visa cards once you earn enough points.
30. Rent out your closet
Rent The Runway who? Make your clothes do the work for you and post them on websites like RentNotBuy and Loanables and allow people to rent clothing by the day or week.
31. Teach English online
With sites like Teach Away or VIPKID, you can make up to $23 an hour just by teaching English online. All you need is to be a native English speaker and have a Bachelor’s degree or higher.
32. Turn your car into a billboard
Usually called "car wrapping", this is one of the most interesting ways you can make some extra money. Companies will pay you for simply driving around with a product logo on your car. Check out sites like Wrapify or Carvertise to get started.
33. Online workout sessions
Now is a great time for those with fitness certifications to take their talents online. Many fitness professionals have begun offering classes on video platforms like Zoom or Skype.
34. Sell your art
Your hobby might be the one thing that might help improve your financial situation. Websites such as ArtFire, Etsy and ShopHandmade allow you to sell your own creations with ease.
35. Sell your lesson plans
If you're an educator or a tutor, consider putting up your lesson plans for sale.
36. Become a virtual assistant
With today’s technology, being a virtual assistant is easier than ever. From home, you'll conduct typical office duties like answering emails, managing schedules and assisting with social media.
37. Start affiliate marketing
If you're already a blogger or own your website, affiliate marketing may be for you. To cash in on affiliate marketing, you write a product review and provide a link to the product. Visitors to your site follow the product link to the advertiser’s site, where they can complete the sale. Once the payment goes through, you'll get a percentage.
38. Sell homemade goods
In these trying times, a little comfort food goes a long way. Consider making sweet treats or some homemade bread and sell it to your friends or neighbors.
39. Sell virtual property
If you're a skilled gamer in the worlds of World of Warcraft or Second Life, consider getting into virtual real estate. Selling virtual land or high-level characters has real-life value. Notable Second Life player, Anshe Chung, became a millionaire by selling property on the site.
40. Work as a translator
If you are fluent in one or more languages, put your skills to use and make some extra money! Sites like Upwork almost always have jobs open for translators. Assignments are usually posted with a range starting from $15 to $1,000 depending on the difficulty and the languages needed.
41. Take photos for others
If you have an eye for photography, offer to take family photos for others in your area!
42. Become a personal chef
If food is your passion, consider helping out your community and building meal kits for the elderly or individuals who are super busy. You can market your services on social media or the old-fashioned way by hanging up flyers around your neighborhood.
43. Wash cars
Washing cars is an awesome side hustle that requires little skill. However, you should avoid using dishwashing liquid on cars and refrain from scrubbing the sponge in circles.
44. Do odd tasks
For a lot of people, time is money. Apps like TaskRabbit and Zaarly let people post their chores for a price. Get paid to do what other people don’t want to from building IKEA furniture to standing in line.
45. Start your own subscription box
Subscription boxes like Stitch Fix are a great way to spread joy to people while also making a profit. You can create your own with Cratejoy, a platform that enables you to build, run and scale your own subscription box business.
46. Lose weight to earn cash
Finally, there's an app that pays you for every pound you shed! Sign up for HealthyWage and you can make money shedding pounds. Start by defining your goal weight and the amount of time needed to achieve it, and then place a bet on yourself.
47. Donate blood plasma
With the need for blood donations at an all-time high, consider donating your plasma. You'll tuck away at least $50 for every donation you make and you'll help someone in need. Check out sites like BloodBanker or CSL Plasma for more information.
48. Self-publish an e-book
There's an old saying about how everyone has a story to tell. If you are in the process of writing it all down, finish it, polish it up and publish it. You can release e-books through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing or Nook Press. At Amazon, you’ll earn up to 70% royalties on sales.
49. Run a virtual storefront
If you're a crafty genius, consider opening an Etsy shop. You’ll earn money from each sale, which can be more than $100 a month depending on how popular your shop is! If you just want to create designs, consider opening a storefront on CafePress, Zazzle or another site that takes care of the actual production.
50. Invest in mutual funds
If the stock market makes your head spin, consider investing in mutual funds instead. Mutual funds have consistent returns rather than big ones like the stock market. Look for those run by managers who don’t change their stocks too often and view their investments as partnerships.
51. Recycle scrap metal and tires
Metals like copper, aluminum, brass and steel are widely desired at most recycling plants, pawnshops or scrap yards. You can earn around 7 cents per pound for magnetic metals, 40 cents to 50 cents for aluminum and up to $2.20 for bare bright copper wire.
52. Conduct data entry
As a data entry clerk, you will be responsible for putting a high volume of data into a company’s database, ensuring that all necessary information is being entered correctly and maintained. The pay range for a data entry clerk can be from $10.37 to $23 an hour.
53. Become a matchmaker
If you love setting up your single friends on blind dates consider being an online matchmaker! Apply directly on sites like Tawkify.
54. Be a social media manager
If you're fluent in all things social media, consider being a social media manager. You'll create marketing content for potential customers for the company's Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat platforms.
55. Participate in an online focus group
Let your voice be heard and make money! Participate as part of an online focus group with sites like ProOpinion, and you’ll get paid for sharing your thoughts. Payments typically come in the form of gift cards or PayPal deposits.
56. Create video games online
If video games are your life and you have a knack for creating digital alternative worlds, consider creating your own game! With websites like Roblox, you can create your very own family-friendly video games and charge users to play them.
57. Watch video ads
If you like spending time watching videos on YouTube, consider turning it into a side gig! Visit sites like InboxDollars and you’ll find opportunities to earn money watching TV or video ads.
58. Become an Airmule
For those who have to travel during this time, Airmule could help you make a little money. Airmule is a free app that lets travelers sell their unused checked luggage space to shipping partners. According to their website, you’ll earn up to $600 per round-trip flight.
59. Remote web developing
As a web developer, you’ll be building websites from scratch and maintaining them for companies. Visit switchup.org to find a boot camp that fits your schedule to learn the basics.
60. Become a virtual public relations representative
Now more than ever, instead of hiring big firms, small businesses are hiring a public relations representative to handle promotions and communicate with customers. Apply to virtual PR assistant jobs, so you start making money on LinkedIn or Indeed.
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61. Remote voice acting
Do you stun people with your Siri impression? Consider auditioning to be a remote voice actor! Check out sites like VoiceBunny or Voice123 to find out more information.
62. Virtual caption writing
Make the most of your recent Netflix and Hulu binging and look into becoming a caption writer. You will transcribe dialogue for television shows and movies, and create verbal representations of sound effects.
63. Become a remote call center agent
If you're a person who doesn’t mind helping people and being on the phone all day, consider making some extra money by becoming a remote call center agent. You will be required to take calls from customers that range from technical issues to roadside assistance.
64. Virtual test scoring
If you're an educator or have fond memories taking standardized tests, consider scoring answers as a way to make some extra money. Apply directly at test scoring companies like Pearson Assessments or ETS to find test scorer opportunities.
65. Remote salesperson
If you're outgoing and flexible, remote sales can be quite the way to pad your pockets. You'll be representing the company by selling products to selling advertising space to clients.
66. Virtual Creative Services Provider
If you can illustrate coloring pages for kids to color, conduct spot-on tarot readings, or proofread someone's memoir, consider posting your services on Fiverrr for $5 an hour. Build initial interest by posting your listing on your social media pages.
67. Digital music reviewer
68. Virtual Interior Designer
If you have the eye to make a room "pop" why not become a virtual interior designer? You'll get to decorate rooms in people's homes and get paid to do it. Apply at virtual decorating companies, like Modsy, Decorist and Havenly.
69. Laundry service
Cash in and make some extra money while doing one of the basic household chores! Simply, pick up your neighbor's bags of dirty laundry. Then, you’ll do their laundry from your own home, using your own tools. After folding them, you’ll drop off the freshly laundered items just outside your clients’ front door (social distancing for the win!). Interested? Check out LaundryCare to find out more.
70. Tax Preparer
If numbers and calculations are your thing, reach out to your neighbors and loved ones and ask them if you can prepare their taxes (they most likely will say yes!).
71. Brand Ambassador
If you're obsessed with a particular brand, consider reaching out to them for a partnership. Apply directly through the company's career portal and you can get paid up to $17 per hour.
72. Virtual Stylist
Whether it’s a complete closet rehaul or an outfit for an event, a virtual stylist’s job is to help their clients achieve their desired look. You can find job listings on employment websites like Indeed or Cabi.
74. Virtual Corporate English Trainer
Corporations in Korea, Japan, Germany and other countries are looking for someone for their executives and employees to practice their English on. You can be that someone! Check out GoFluent.com for more information and steps on how to apply.
As a remote dropshipper, you'll spend your time researching products and looking for the best deals, as well as fastest shipping times, on the items you want to sell. Create a Shopify account and list your products. When a customer orders something from your Shopify store, you’ll place the order on the original seller’s website, input the customer’s address and pay for the transaction. You’ll earn whatever the markup rate is!
76. Computer support specialist
As a computer support specialist, you’ll use problem-solving skills to diagnose technical problems and walk clients through solutions over the phone, by email or instant messenger. You'll be able to make up to $22 an hour!
77. Deliver newspapers
It may seem old-fashioned, but delivering newspapers is a great way to get out of the house while also making a little extra cash. Call your local paper and see where they need help!
78. Dog treat baker
If your idea of happiness is creating custom treats for your furry loved ones, consider becoming a dog treat baker! Some pet supply stores are considered essential businesses, link up with them to see if you can sell your treats at their store.
79. Graphic designer
If you can navigate through programs like Adobe Illustrator or InDesign, consider partnering with local businesses to see if they need any graphic design done. You'll be primarily responsible for creating any visual representation of the company.
80. Freelance writer
Someone who is a freelance writer not only can engage a person with their storytelling but can also stick to tight deadlines and keep calm under pressure. If that sounds like you, join Facebook groups made especially for freelancers to learn about content marketing freelance opportunities or how to pitch story ideas to an established website.
81. Sell unwanted jewelry
If you have some old gold or silver jewelry lying around that is collecting dust, sell it for scrap metal. It won't make you a millionaire but you'll have enough to add to your emergency fund. Be sure to shop around different jewelers and metal dealers for the best price.
82. Plan a virtual event
If you’re someone who’s detailed, thorough and extremely organized, consider reaching out to a soon-to-be-married couple and see if you can plan a wedding or other event.
83. Become a copywriter
Persuading people to act on something or buy a product via the written word can make really good money. Becoming a master at copywriting takes time and effort to perfect, but once you get the hang of it, you become very valuable.
84. Transcribe for law enforcement
True crime junkies take note! As a law enforcement transcriber, you will listen to the audio of criminal investigations, internal affairs audits, and various law enforcement agencies' verbal communications and type it out word for word. Not only will you make some extra bucks but you'll also have first dibs on juicy crime drama!
Blogging is so versatile. It can be just a simple side hustle or it can become a special place to talk about the topic you’re passionate about and share your ideas with others. To become successful, buy a domain name and watch a few videos to learn how to publish your blog effectively. Once you start posting regularly and create an audience, embed an ad program like Google Ad words, so you can start earning revenue from ads.
86. Virtual Customer Service Representative
Being a virtual customer service representative is a great way to earn some extra money. You’ll work with a company's customers to keep them satisfied and provide customer service over the phone.
87. Virtual coach
Whether it be coaching clients to complete a fitness goal or even a tough level in a video game, virtual coaches can make up to $28 an hour while also helping people reach their goals. Check out employment sites like ZipRecruiter to see which companies are hiring coaches.
88. Fandom writer
89. Video editor
A video editor uses digital software to organize video and sound files into a final product. Usually, to become a video editor, you'll need a Bachelor's degree in film production but that's not always required.
90. Traffic manager
A traffic manager's job isn't an easy one. On any workday, dozens of new advertising projects may need to be scheduled and it is the traffic manager’s responsibility to keep everything running smoothly, despite the constant changes and demands of the advertising agency. Despite the stress, though, it can be worth it as the median salary for a traffic manager is $80,614!
91. Grant writer
Grant writers create proposals that request funding from various agencies. They might work for universities, social service organizations or in the healthcare field. With many remote opportunities, writing grants is a great way to make some extra bucks.
92. Remote mortgage underwriter
A mortgage underwriter’s job is to approve, suspend or decline someone’s mortgage applications. Check out employment sites like Indeed or Glassdoor for remote opportunities!
93. Digital fundraising specialist
As a digital fundraising specialist, you'll be in charge of creating fundraising programs for political candidates, non-profits or advocacy causes. With most campaigns ending after the election, it is the perfect temporary job.
94. Market research analyst
Market research analysts study market conditions to examine potential sales of a product or service. They help companies understand what products people want, who will buy them, and at what price. In order to become an analyst, a Bachelor's degree in statistics, math or computer science.
95. Become a notary
In some states, it can only cost a couple of hundred dollars to get registered. But, once your registered you can charge whatever you want for your services.
96. In-home help for the disabled
You'll need a love for this job but the results are so worth it.
97. Estate Sale Service
Skim the obituaries in your local paper. Then, contact their next of kin and offer to help with sorting through, moving and selling the possessions that have been left behind by their deceased loved one.
98. Develop an app
Even if you're not a coding genius, you can still develop your own app and potentially make some money off it. Use software like Appy Pie or Nativ to build an app without having to know how to code.
99. Sell your hair
If you're interested in a new look, consider selling your hair when you make the big chop. Use this hair price calculator from Hair Sellon to find out how much your hair can go for.
100. Improve Google
If you don’t mind about letting Google into your web search history, you can get free money. They'll use the information they gather to help them market and increase the functionality of their advertising programs when targeting users that are in your demographic.
101. Sell baseball cards
102. Remote crisis hotline worker
With the pandemic feeling like it is never-ending, many people are finding that their mental health resources are spreading thin. Look on Indeed for crisis hotline worker jobs to help people during these trying times.
103. Content Moderator
A content moderator is responsible for user-generated content submitted to a company's website. The content moderator's job is to make sure that the content is placed in the right category, free from scams and much more. Check employment sites like Indeed or ZipRecruiter for opportunities starting at $15 an hour.
104. Sell photos from your phone
If your Instagram feed is constantly flooded with likes and comments, you might be able to sell shots right from your library. Foap is a free app that lets you upload photos you take on your phone and sell them. You earn 50 percent of the revenue for each photo you sell.
105. Sell your wedding dress
Earning extra cash can be simple as selling something you've only worn once, like your wedding dress! Look at sites like StillWhite or NearlyNewlywed to see how you can sell your white gown online.
106. Sell old textbooks
If you have old textbooks that you know you won't need anymore, consider selling them on Amazon or BookScouter. You'll clear out some coveted closet space while also making a little extra money.
107. Create an online course
If you’ve got expertise in a certain area like creating masterful dishes or writing personal essays, package up your knowledge into an online course and sell it. You can have live Zoom or pre-recorded sessions.
108. Start a Facebook Ad hustle
If you are a wizard at blogs and digital marketing, why not create Facebook ads for small local storefronts and online businesses? You can bring in $1,000 or more a month with just a handful of Facebook ad clients.
109. Sign up for free gift cards
Free to use, Rakuten lets you find online retailers you want to shop with and get cash back for purchases. They will give you a $10 gift card when you sign up on the site and make a minimum purchase of $25 within 90 days. Sign up for MyPoints to shop online and complete tasks that earn points which you can redeem for gift cards, travel miles or cash via PayPal.
110. Flip things on Craigslist
If you have a knack for flipping products into their best possible selves, consider buying broken items off of Craigslist, give them a makeover, and re-sell them at a higher price.
111. Refurbish antiques
If you love poking around in grandma's attic, this is for you. Find a couple of antiques, restore them to their former glory, and sell them on eBay for profit.
112. Edit college admission essays
Be smart about your marketing and focus on targeting parents of high school seniors and offer your editing service to look over their kid's college admission essay at a set price. Most parents are more than happy to pay for an extra set of eyes on their kids’ writing.
113. Launch a YouTube channel
What's cool about owning your own YouTube channel is that you can make videos about anything. From elaborate pranks to daily vlogs, anyone can make money off of YouTube using platforms like AdSense.
114. Design logos
With freelancing sites like Upwork and Fiverrr, there's almost never a shortage of new businesses needing a logo. Charge competitive rates, and make extra money designing logos.
115. Sell your recycling
You can earn money by gathering recyclable materials like tin cans and plastic bottles and delivering them to local recycling facilities. They pay you for the items you bring in by weight. You can also make money recycling through sites such as Gazelle, BoxCycle and uSell.
116. Clean windows
It's not glamorous work by any means but many small storefronts need their windows cleaned. With just a couple of tools and cleaning supplies, you can provide that service. Reach out to the businesses directly or post on sites like NextDoor.
117. Play poker online
If you're a natural card shark, consider playing a couple of rounds of online poker to win some serious cash. However, playing online poker shouldn't be considered a stable income and should be played sparingly.
118. Sell custom T-shirts
With Teespring.com you can design cool custom shirts and sell them online. If you are a creative and can use social media to sell your designs, then you should be able to earn some extra dollars.
119. Buy Bitcoin and refer your friends
With Bitcoin becoming an acceptable currency to pay for traveling, online shopping, and even pizza it's safe to say that cryptocurrency isn't going away anytime soon. Sign up for Coinbase, buy $100 worth of bitcoin, and you get an extra $10 bonus. For every person you refer to the app, you get another $10.
120. Repair electronics
People drop their cell phones and crack their screens on the regular. With a little bit of training and the right equipment, you can easily start your own mobile electronics repair business.
121. Sell stock photos
Stock photos do not come cheap. With the high demand for quality photos and graphics, skilled photographers can easily earn a profit. Sign up on stock photo sites like iStock, Shutterstock and Dreamstime to start raking in the dough.
122. Sell your CDs, DVDs and old video games
Even though it may seem like no one will buy them, selling your old CDs and other types of media is pretty simple. Use an app like Decluttr, you can get a quote for your items, box and ship them to the site for free and get paid by check, PayPal or direct deposit.
123. Scan items with Shopkick
If receiving free gift cards to your favorite store sounds like your preferred form of payment, check out Shopkick! All you'll need to do is download the app, input your location and you'll receive points just by walking into a store. To increase your points and receive gift cards faster, you'll receive more if you scan a particular item and you'll even double your points when you buy an item.
124. Get Cashback with Ibotta
With all the trips you're taking to the grocery store you might as well earn some extra money while you're at it! The Ibotta app gives you cash back on the groceries you already bought. Some deals are brand specific while other deals give you cash just for purchasing a certain type of item, like a loaf of bread. Before you check out, choose your deals. Then, submit a picture of your receipt and get paid via Venmo, PayPal or redeem for gift cards.
125. Give out advice
If your friends think you're a great listener, consider putting your skills to good use and get paid to give out advice. Sites like JustAnswer pay users to answer questions online after their responses are approved.
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