You can earn up to £ 1,000 a month from the comfort of your own home, if you know how.
The extra money could be useful as millions of households face rising bills and a cost-of-living crisis.
Experienced bloggers and savers have revealed ways you can make money online, and while these methods probably don’t mean a full income, they could certainly help increase your home finances.
From selling old toys accumulating dust in the loft to participating in online contests, there are many ways to make extra money without leaving your home.
Bloggers and social media savers have revealed to The Sun their best tricks to increase your bank account.
The results can help you save a lot of money over a long period of time.
Whether you’re looking to increase your regular income or need some extra cash for a vacation, we have tips for you.
We found that if you did the nine tips on this list, you would earn just under £ 1,000 each month.
Here’s how they manage to do it and how you can do the same.
Lynn James, Mrs. Mummy Penny, about making money and completing tasks for money
Lynn Beattie is the founder of the blog Mrs Mummy Penny, which aims to make personal finances seem simple and suggest lifestyle options that can save you money.
Earn cashback – £ 100
I love TopCashback and have been a regular user for over five years.
Whenever I buy something online, I go to TopCashback first and click to access the website from there, which triggers a payment.
It can be a refund of £ 60 when changing broadband or £ 100 when booking a holiday with Expedia.
One of my best savings when using the site was when I booked a vacation in Las Vegas and got a £ 115 refund that I used to spend money.
Complete tasks for money – £ 180
The 20Cogs Earnings Website allows you to complete 20 tasks in a matter of weeks.
They can be things like questionnaires and sign up for offers, but they can all be canceled at no cost.
I tried and won £ 180 after completing all 20 tasks.
You can also currently earn a £ 5 welcome bonus just by joining.
If you have a particular skill, you can also sign up on sites like TaskRabbit or AirTasker, where people pay you to do casual work, such as assembling flat furniture.
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Deepak Tailor, founder of LatestFreeStuff and co-founder of LatestDeals, about lucrative sign-ups and share-sharing payments
Deepak Tailor is the founder of LatestFreeStuff, a website that informs people about in-game gifts and samples. He is also the co-founder of LatestDeals, a community of people who find and share deals.
Share offers and receive payment: £ 500
LatestDeals will deliver vouchers to people who share offers on your website.
Earn points that are added to Amazon vouchers for your contributions.
Top members earn over £ 500 a month just for sharing the deals they find online.
Registration is free and most people earn their first voucher in the first month.
Earn £ 15 by recommending your friends – £ 15
Plum is a chatbot application that automates savings for you.
You can link your application to your bank account and get £ 15 cash if you recommend three friends to sign up.
It’s super fast and easy.
Check out other sites as well for referral bonuses; for example, you can earn rewards site rewards to get friends to sign up.
Install an app: £ 20, then £ 10 a month
With Ipsos Media Cell, the consumer data tracking software, you’ll earn a £ 20 voucher just by installing an app on your phone.
Then you get £ 10 every month that you keep it installed on your phone. I tried it myself and it works well.
Take a survey: £ 3 per survey
There are a number of consumer research sites that will pay you to do surveys.
Pinecone Research pays £ 3 per survey you complete, for example, although it doesn’t always accept new members, so you’ll need to check the website.
The company asks for your opinion on health products, home, children and sports, which allows you to accumulate points.
You can then redeem points for cash or prizes.
You can also increase your earnings by signing up for more sites, such as Qmee, LifePoints, and iSay.
A queen of money told The Sun how she earned almost £ 4,000 in just 18 months this way, as well as vouchers to use in stores like Amazon and M&S.
Pay to listen to music: 10 p.m. per song
Listen to music and SliceThePie will reward you up to 10p for every song you listen to and value.
The more you listen and the more detailed your reviews, the greater the rewards.
You can also share your opinions on other items, such as clothing.
Sun’s team of money savers in mysterious shopping and selling antiques on eBay
Members of The Sun’s Facebook page also worked out some tricks.
Make Mysterious Shopping: £ 167
We’ve heard several Facebook users suggest that we go shopping for mystery to make extra money.
There are dozens of companies with which you can do mystery shopping.
MoneySavingExpert forum users have put together a comprehensive guide on how to get started with mysterious shopping that has links to all the different companies.
Some suggest that you can earn up to £ 2,000 a year by making mysterious purchases, which equates to £ 167 a month.
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Sell Stuff on eBay – Depends on What You Have!
It’s the oldest trick in the book, but many of our savers say they still sell their old junk items, such as clothing and household items, on the auction site to make extra money.
You no longer need to go to Correos, as you can choose to have couriers pick up your home.
Ebay will take part in whatever you do by selling your articles, so it may be worthwhile to look for other ways to whip up your articles, such as Gumtree, Facebook Marketplace, Depop or Vinted.
Check out these top tips for selling your stuff on eBay and how to maximize your money.
Meanwhile, by selling your old technology, you can raise over £ 600 to help you with the cost of living.
And an expert in car luggage sales reveals how he makes money with his unwanted belongings.
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