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21) Don’t forget about cash-back apps

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Things like eBates and Ibotta can help you earn money just by purchasing things that you need every single day. From groceries and toilet paper to new clothes, the apps can garner you extra dollars—especially after a spending spree. Look for additional rewards within the apps as well to get even more money back.

22) Sign up for an hourly gig

Yes, it is possible to work for an hour and then get paid. Using a site like ShiftGigs, you can take a look at jobs in your area that are needed and sign up for them. The jobs show the pay rate, place, and the allotted amount of time that is needed, so you can accept jobs or decide they aren’t for you.

23) Play games

The website Blast.com is built for gamers and those who love to game: It allows users to put their passion to work and make some money. According to The Penny Hoarder, Blast.com works by utilizing triggers that are set by the user—things like the number of opponents you defeat or enemy bases you destroy.

Extra cash can also be earned by completing “missions” that allow you to test new games or take familiar games to the next level. You will earn 1 percent on all of your earnings, too, which means more money in your pocket.

24) Check your credit card rewards

Too often, people forget to take advantage of this opportunity to score cash. Many credit cards give cash-back rewards or even have partnerships with websites such as Amazon to cash in rewards as well. Check your credit cards to see if you have any pending cashback or rewards that you can redeem for either cash in your pocket, statement credit or credit on other places you happen to shop.

25) Drink beer

No, this is not a joke. Using website Secret Hopper, you can get paid to hang out at bars and try out beers. While it is not a website that is used to critique beers, it is designed to help improve the user experience around this adult beverage. Fill out a short survey after your experience and collect money.

26) Scan your trash

The saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” is absolutely correct. According to The Penny Hoarder, there are lots of things in your trash that can actually earn you some dollars. From magazines to wine corks, there are lots of things you’re tossing that can boost your bottom line.

27) Find a focus

Joining a focus group is a great way to make money while learning about the inner workings of businesses. New companies—or companies launching new products—will pay for your feedback. You can find a focus group to join on websites like FindFocusGroups.com.

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28) Try transcribing

From lawyers to journalists, there are a lot of people who work around interviewing others. Transcribing these interviews isn’t always easy and can be super time-consuming. That’s why people will pay money to have someone else transcribe for them. The rate is by the audio hour, and the payout is usually between $15 and $25.

Also see The Best Paying Online Jobs to Earn Legit Money (Make $50 an Hour Online)

29) Cruise the Internet

Yep, here’s how to make money in one hour just cruising the web. Make money testing out websites, apps, videos, ads, ideas, and more on Userlytics.

Sign up for a free account and then wait for an invitation to give feedback. The tests take about 10 to 20 minutes to complete and payment is $10 or more per test via PayPal.