I created Dime Will Tell in hopes of sharing my experiences (both good and bad) I’ve had over the years with different products & services that help me either make some extra money or save it.
So, I decided to put all of the great products & services that I use to this day all in one place for you to scroll through and start using some (or all) for yourself to make more and save more. Below, you will find all of the products I personally use myself to make more and save more in my day-to-day life.
Just so you know, I might make a few bucks when you sign up using the links below. It doesn’t cost you anything, and it helps keep the lights on. Read more about the details here, and just know – even if I get a few bucks, I’d never endorse something I don’t 100% believe in, no matter what.
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- Survey Junkie
- Checkout 51
After testing tons of different survey companies (probably 20+ at this point), I’ve came to the conclusion that Survey Junkie is by far one of the best paying survey companies around. Not only that, their platform is easy to use and actually enjoyable to partake in.
They pay in cash and is a great way to spend a few minutes a day to make some nice little side cash. Sign up for Survey Junkie and start earning today!
Swagbucks is neat in the way that it allows you to make money in many different ways. You can take surveys, surf the web, shop like usual, watch videos, and more and finally make money while doing these things that you’d likely do anyways. Sign up for Swagbucks and start making money doing things you are going to do anyways!
Ibotta gives you cash back at grocery stores (and honestly a lot of different brick-and-mortar stores) on everyday items you buy, both name-brand items and generic. You get cash back (actual money, not just gift cards) on things like milk, bread, ice cream, meats, snacks, produce, and much more. This is by far one of my favorite apps / tools I use to save real amounts of money. I literally recommend it to everyone I can in my life and I couldn’t leave it out. Sign up through my referral link and they’ll give you $10 just for joining. Referral code is: XIDADJV
Checkout 51 is virtually the same as Ibotta, just with different offers. I use them in tandem because some offers I’d like to use are on one app and not the other, and vice versa. By having them both, you’ll expose yourself to more cash back offers on your grocery trips, allowing the potential money to be saved even greater. Read my Checkout 51 review here.
Ebates is like Ibotta and Checkout 51, but their main focus isn’t on groceries (like Ibotta is). Instead with Ebates, you can earn cash back between 1% to 40% on online purchases from places like Walmart, Amazon, Old Navy, Macy’s, and many, many other stores.