If you’re a bit cash strapped and would like some extra coppers in your coin purse then check out how you can make, or even rake back some extra money in the run up to Christmas. These are normally the kinds of sites I avoid but I’ve had decent success with iPoll. Oh and if the faff of sitting down and uploading to eBay through your computer puts you off then use the app on your phone!
If you’re not using a cash back site of some kind I could happily ding you on the head. Have a play around with a few and check out the communities surrounding them as they are quick to point out great deals.
If you’re like us here at Thrifty Towers who now access most of our music and films via the internet or cloud etc. Now not all of these will have the money ready in time for Christmas (the waiting periods can be up to 90 days for first payment with some of these schemes), however they’ll certainly help out in the early months of 2014. This page and all pages on this site contain links to outside sources including paid affiliates. A Thrifty Mrs is not responsible for the content of any third party website.


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I’m in the process of eBay all the crap I have and don’t use, such a tedious proces but so worth it when the money slowly rolls in! Sorry too for your loss: and thank you for, despite that, being committed to helping us all save and thrift at Christmas! This is a great post – I always forget to put money aside during the year then am left wondering how to afford everything (next year I WILL be better!). Basically their website is a typical survey site and you can make small amounts of money through it.
Now’s the time that people are searching for festive items an using seasonal search terms so take full advantage of that fact.
I absolutely love it for the sheer convenience of taking the photo there and then and popping in a description to go with it in just a few minutes. We’ve had a lot of money back when buying things such as insurance or when checking in via our mobiles at various stores.


I already do most of these things (except Mystery Shopping – have signed up with several sites and they never seem to contact me!
Log into all of your online accounts for your loyalty cards and check exactly how many points are in each account and what that actually equates to. Last year I put together a whole post about scoring Christmas eBay sales and it’s still true today. Now check for any festive or seasonal deals – for instance Tesco are currently running Clubcard Boost which doubles points across various departments (check out my guide to Clubcard Boost). Basically instead of purchasing directly through the company website, click through from the cashback website and you are paid for doing so. I actually learnt about iPoll through another survey site a few months back and since then I’ve made a nice little bit of cash for not very much effort at all.




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