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Can You Really Make Money Online? Yes! Here’s How..



I have a not-so-secret secret. I am always looking for new ways to pad my income and make a little extra money online. Here’s the roundup of the best sites and apps I’ve found to actually make some spare change. I’ll post more detailed entries on each but I thought it might be helpful to have a full list, so here it goes:

1) I love, love, love me some Swagbucks! There are a ton of different ways to earn Swagbucks from surveys to watching videos to signing up for actually helpful offers. Seriously, it’s not all stuff you’d never be interested in. For example, I knew I wanted to switch to Hulu after I canceled my cable and Swagbucks paid me $25 to use the link from their site. One Swagbuck is equivalent to one penny and you can cash out for gift cards or cash through PayPal.

2) CashCrate is similar to Swagbucks. You can earn money by completing surveys, watching videos or signing up for offers. You also get $0.03 a day just by checking in (there’s a $0.50 bonus if you check in every day for a month). CashCrate pays for each task you complete and once you earn $20 they’ll mail you a check.


3) Receipt Hog is an app that I’ve been using for quite some time. You take a picture of your receipts and earn money based on the amount you spent. Grocery stores, gas stations and stores like Wal-Mart and Target earn you coins. Other stores like TJ Maxx or restaurants earn you a chance to play “Hog Slots” and win more coins. Coins can be redeemed for an Amazon gift card, a Visa gift card or cash through PayPal.


4) Receipt Pal is similar to Receipt Hog. You scan your receipts and earn 100 points for every four receipts. Unlike Receipt Hog, Receipt Pal accepts any and all receipts for points. Points can be redeemed for gift cards but unfortunately not cash. I’m hoping they’ll eventually add PayPal as an option but I won’t complain about such an easy way to earn gift cards.


5) Shopkick is another app I’ve been using for quite a while. Download Shopkick, then open up the app when you walk into certain stores to receive kicks. You can also earn kicks by watching videos, scanning bar codes or shopping through the Shop Kick app. Kicks can be redeemed for products, gift cards and now cash through Pay Pal.


And just for good measure, I’m going to add the apps that I sell the stuff I no longer need that’s just sitting around the house:

6) Mercari is an online marketplace I use to sell anything and everything from clothing to household items. The minimum list price is $5 and the Mercari commission is 10%. Use my referral link to earn $10 just for signing up.

7) Similar to Mercari, Poshmark is the place to sell your old clothes. Poshmark charges $2.95 for all items sold under $15 and 20% for all sales $15 and over. Get $5 by using my referral link. Posh Mark is also a great place to update your wardrobe on the cheap.

That’s all I’m going to add for now because these are the seven tried and true websites and apps I have used and earned money through. I have an eighth I would love to add but I haven’t cashed out yet and I will not recommend it until I know they pay. Unfortunately I have downloaded apps promising money and not delivering (UGH!). By using the above sites and apps I'm hoping you will avoid all that frustration.

Do you have a favorite that I'm missing? Let me know in the comments, I'm always willing to add more to my list!
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