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Wednesday, 4 September 2019

Money Making Apps That Pay You for Simple Tasks



These are some of my favorite apps on this list, simply because they require some hustle. If you are willing to put in some time, downloading these apps and doing the work can pay serious dividends!

1. Uber Eats

Tons of folks nowadays have started delivering food with Uber Eats because it’s is a flexible, easy way to earn money on your own schedule. You can deliver day or night, whenever it is convenient for you. If you are approved, you just sign onto the app, and you can start receiving delivery requests in your area.

With Uber Eats, you can choose how you deliver. Depending on your city, you may be able to deliver food with your car, bike, or scooter. Between deliveries, it’s just you, so you can turn up the music and cruise around town.

Once you finish a delivery you can take the next request, or sign off for a few hours or the rest of the day—it’s totally up to you how many deliveries you make. And just like other delivery gigs, at the end of each delivery, you’ll be eligible to receive a tip.

2. Instacart

Instacart is a simple app that pays you to deliver groceries to people who hate (or don’t have time for) grocery shopping.

As an Instacart “personal grocery shopper”, you are the one who is doing both the grocery shopping and the delivering (so be sure not smash anyone’s bananas). Your rate of pay will depend on many different factors, such as the average size of your orders and average number of miles drives per trip. You can also get tips in addition to the pay that comes directly from Instacart.

Most people report an average earnings rate of about $15 per hour. If you desperately need cash, this is definitely something to consider.

3. HealthyWage

I haven’t tried the HealthyWage app yet (as I am scrawny and actually trying to gain muscle), but if you’ve got a few pounds to lose, why not get paid $10,000 to do it.

HealthyWage offers a variety of ways to earn money – you can take on a weight loss challenge all on your own or you can enter a team challenge and motivate each other to shed more lbs. Prize payouts are based on a % of body weight lost and if you can manage to shed 10% of your body weight, you’re free rolling the competition (at no financial risk to you).

This totally beats those at-work pools where people don’t pay up, or worse, the competition never gets started all together. People are always looking to gym buddies to hold them accountable. But know what does an even better job? Your wallet. Head to our HealthyWage Review to learn more.

4. Rover

Do you love dogs?

Rover is an up and coming app that connects dog walkers and sitters with dog owners. That means you now have the opportunity to hang out with pups, and make money using your phone in the process!

For pet sitters, typical rates charged on the site range from $25-$100 a night.

Pop-in visits for 30-minute walks fall in the $10-30 range. With a neighborhood route, that can add up quickly!

As the service is still relatively new, your area is likely not yet oversaturated with animal pros. Get started before everyone finds out about this awesome gig!

5. Lyft – $300 Bonus

If you’ve got some free time and live in a reasonably busy area, becoming a Lyft driver can be a great money making side

And right now, they’ve got a promotion going on where any new driver will instantly get a $300 bonus after completing their 100th ride. If you start now and hustle hard on the weekends, you can probably unlock that bonus within a few weeks of driving (and that’s in addition to your normal earnings).

Get on it!!

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