Swagbucks is awesome. I get points for searching the web, doing polls, and printing out coupons. And then I can take those points and redeem them for gift cards! Getting paid to coupon? Yes, please!
Ebates is an awesome site for online shopping. You log in, search the store you want to shop at, then it brings you there. Generally you get back 1-5% on each purchase. Nothing that will make you rich, but I did get money back when my family went on vacation. Also, you can get your money in the form of a check, paypal deposit, or amazon gift card.
At the risk of telling you too much information, I use Betterment. It’s like a savings account, but with stocks. In a month I made more than I had earned with a savings account in a year. And i had 3X more money in the savings account. On that note, because it uses stocks, some days you’ll lose money. In my experience, I always earn it back. Definitely a fun account to have.
Paribus is a great program that gets you money back when the price does down on a product you bought. It’s gotten me $1.50 so far (and they get 20% of that). I don’t have to do anything, and it gets me money. Definitely a good deal for something I have to do nothing for.
Ibotta is a rebate app. Buy something, upload the receipt, get money. It’s pretty sweet.
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