These 30 Easy Money Making Ideas Vary from earn £ 240 watching TV to generate money by selling yours iPhone BOX

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Cost of living handouts will help & might even allow me to buy an extra pint. CHEERS, RISHI! Cost of living handouts will help & might even allow me to buy an extra pint. ARMED with a smartphone, earn easy money when you hit the high street, by taking snaps of menus and shop displays then chatting to sales staff for apps such as BeMyEye, Easyshift, Field Agent and MobEye. Make it fun by treating it like a scavenger hunt and earn around £3 to £11 per task.

They present 30 strategies to raise your income today as part of a new two-day series, many of which you can accomplish without ever leaving your couch. MAKE MONEY while out and about in your neighbourhood by doing simple checks. The Shepper app pays £4 to £11 for brief chores including checking vacant houses, keeping an eye out for graffiti, and keeping track of lineups. With just one or two assignments every week, you may earn £600 per year. The most energy-guzzling gadgets are exposed, along with how a simple modification might save you £300. HEATED AND CONFUSED The most energy-guzzling gadgets are exposed, along with how a simple modification might save you £300.

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  • She spends up to seven hours a day answering questions but you can do it on your commute or while watching TV. Anna, of Tipton, West Mids, said: “The surveys are interesting and pay quickly.”  ANIMAL lovers can register with sites such as Tailster and Rover to walk dogs or keep them company while their owners are at work. Earn about £10 per walk. Or feed a neighbour’s cat. DON’T bin it, list it. Those old cables and remote controls lurking in a drawer can be sold as spares on eBay, Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace. People will also buy job lots of loo roll tubes and gin bottles to use for crafts.

  • STOP shouting at the telly and get paid for your opinion on everything from last night’s soaps to upcoming shows. Earn around £1 to £3 per survey when you sign up with The Viewers, or up to £40 for a group discussion.  Worst energy guzzling gadgets revealed – and how one change cam save £300. HOT AND BOTHERED Worst energy guzzling gadgets revealed – and how one change cam save £300. Six ways to enjoy half term with the kids without a hefty price tag. SUN SAVERS Six ways to enjoy half term with the kids without a hefty price tag. EARN anything from a few pence to £4 for online surveys. Try i-say, run by Ispos, Ylive, Prolific, Crowdology, Curious Cat and Qmee. Carer Anna Lykova, 39, made almost £4,000 in 18 months taking surveys through Qmee.

NAOMI WILLIS, co-founder of the Skint Dad blog, said: “Scan your receipts with apps such as Shoppix, Huyu or Storewards and earn tokens or rewards.” Companies buy the information to track consumer trends. Make £52 a year by scanning 20 receipts a week, worth 5p each FLOG kids’ buggies, clothes and toys that you no longer need. Holly Mackay, of the savings and investment website Boring Money, said: “I recently earned more than £200 by selling lots of the kids’ old toys on eBay.”

MAKE Swagbucks your go-to website to pocket reward points that can be turned into gift vouchers, while you search the internet as usual. The Save The Student website estimates you could earn points worth about £300 in six months. OLD packaging is worth money. Consumer expert Martyn James, of online complaints service Resolver, said: “If you have old iPhone, Macbook or other boxes left over from expensive gadgets, sell them on eBay. People buy them to increase the value of tech items they sell.”

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