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Are you or someone in your household a college student? Do you use Swagbucks? If the answer is yes to both, you can really “clean up”! Amazon gives one year of free shipping to college students. These are Amazon Prime benefits with free two day shipping! Sign up using your .edu email (If your school does not provide a .edu email, contact Amazon. They will ask for proof of your status and set you up. They did this for me.). Use your Swagbucks to cash in on Amazon gift cards, combine them with your free shipping, and you will have a really great deal!
I average about $60 dollars a year in earning gift cards from MyPoints. This is without much effort. If you shop online often, you can earn more. You earn 5 points for opening emails (no spam, I have been with them since 2006), taking surveys, and going through their site to do your online shopping. If you do drugstore deals, this could work out VERY well for you. You can turn the points in for gift cards for a drugstore gift card (or many, many, other popular stores, restaurants, etc.) Well worth checking out!
A great way to get cash back when shopping online is to use Ebates. If you click through their site, you earn a percentage from participating stores.
YouData will not make you rich. However, they are an honest company and you can earn anywhere from a few cents to a few dollars a week paid directly to your Paypal account on Fridays. You set up your MeFile (your personal consumer profile). Your MeFile brings you targeted ads which you open and get paid for. Even on a week with several ads, I have never spent more than fifteen minutes. I have been paid as low as 0.09 a week and as much as $5.24 (there are weeks with no ads as well).
If you would like to check it out for yourself, you can do so here: YouData
Crowdtap is a social media platform where the consumer gives their opinions and earns points to turn into cash and/or give to charity. I just recently started using it and I am pleased so far. Find out more here: Crowdtap
LinkWorth is a program that allows bloggers to sign up and get paid for posts, banners, ads, etc. I personally have only been with them since July 1, 2011, but have already made $30.
Blogsvertise is by far the company I get the most sponsored posts through. Blogsvertise offers paid posts (there is a one month hold on payments).
Sponsored Reviews has been doing well for me lately too. I will say it was quite a while before I received anything at all, but it has been steady lately. Sponsored Reviews offers paid posts.
Jingit is a site where youwatch videos and get paid (payment varies by the video). Some videos will ask you a series of questions after completion, but it only takes a couple of minutes (and those with questions usually pay a higher amount). Jingit will allow you to earn $5 a week, which you can put on your Jingit debit card or purchase songs for your iPod with your balance through musicme. The card does costs $2, but it comes directly out of your Jingit balance. If you invite friends and they sign up, Jingit will increase your earnings up to $10 a week.
Superpoints allows you to save up for rewards such as gift cards (Amazon, Target, Walmart, and much more) and electronics.They have PayPal cash available too.
You can collect points by watching videos, completing offers, referrals, and clicking the SuperLucky Button. The SuperLucky Button allows you 30-100 clicks a day depending on your level. If you need an invite code, please contact me at agoddessoffrugality at gmail dot com.