February 28, 2017 mommyandlittles 0Comment

How To Make Money From Home

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 Getting Started —

Does making more money from home with minimal effort sound appealing to you? Well, I’m not sure that many people would answer “no” to that. Today I am going to share with you a few places that I have personally used AND love for making extra money every month. Here are the tools on how to make money from home!

Swagbucks:

Where to even begin with Swagbucks! I joined Swagbucks in 2010. Since joining I have made $225, which off the bat doesn’t seem like much over a span of 6+ years. However, $125 of that is just from December 2016. The amount could have easily been more than that, but it has been a busy couple of months for me. Since I have been so busy, I haven’t been as diligent at doing it daily as I was in December.

You can earn money many different ways. One way is surveys; take a survey and receive typically  receive 5-200 SB points ($0.50-$1.00), which isn’t much… but it adds up. You can also do things that they call “discover,” one example being get 3500 points for signing up for Bluehost, which equals $35 (the offer may be expired at this time). There are many different ways to earn points. I usually aimed for 500 SB points per day, which would equal $5. You get paid by giftcard, which there are TONS to choose from.

ShopYourWay/WinIt:

Shopyourway is a program I just recently found. Shopyourway is a reward program for Kmart and Sears. One way to earn points is by purchases you make. Another way to earn points is to play sweepstakes with an “instant win” feature. By playing the sweepstakes you are able to earn points. The instant win sweepstakes enters you into the sweepstakes, but also allows you the chance to win points.

Shopyourway also has a WinIt app, which links up to your shopyourway account and is another way to earn points. The biggest plus that I find with shopyourway are the surprise points. Many times they will have surprise points of $3 – $8, with a minimum purchase of that amount. You can accumulate points from the ways listed above, combine them with surprise points, and get free/minimally price items (depending on price, of course) quite often. I have bought items totaling $203.17 (which doesn’t account for the discounts I have received from sales), but only paid $60.33 of that.

Pampers Rewards:

Pampers Rewards are found on Pampers products, such as diapers as wipes. By entering in the code you get a certain allotted number of points. You can then redeem those points for many different things: Pampers Coupons, Shutterfly items, toys, giftcards, sweepstakes, etc. The reward choices are constantly changing. I have personally redeemed 1000 points for a puzzle, and I currently have 1856 point right now. The points definitely add up pretty quickly, especially if you have multiple children.

Huggies Rewards:

Huggies Rewards is very similar to Pampers Rewards, except, obviously, for Huggies products. The recently changed their method of claiming reward points. In the past it was just likes pampers and you entered in a code. However, now you scan your receipt and earn your points for purchase that way. You can redeem your points for giftcards, sweepstakes, etc. I have earned 4450 points and have redeemed 2500 for a $5 giftcard for Starbucks.

Figuring out how to make money from home isn’t too difficult. All of these just take dedication and making sure that you remember to take advantage of them! Although some of them aren’t as rewarding as quickly, any little bit helps! Swagbucks and Shopyourway can be more on the confusing side if you don’t know all of the tips and tricks, or what specifically to look for. If anyone would like a more detailed description of any of these, please let me know! I would be happy to explain them in more detail so you can get as many rewards as possible.

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