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Earn Cash and Crypto the Easy Way

My links are all about companies that love to give away many and crypto. If they’re giving it away, why not take it and learn something in the process!

Lolli referral codes and program details

Use Lolli to earn cash back in the form of bitcoin on purchases from many vendors both online and in store like Macy’s, Groupon, Chick-Fil-a… there’s so many! It’s very easy to use, especially if you’re still on the fence about purchasing BTC. Either select your reward for online purchases, or link a debit or credit cards for in store use and you’ll be earning bits of BTC almost on autopilot for you normal everyday purchases! In the near future, the dollar value might be MORE than what you actually spent on your purchases!

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Chime referral codes and program details

Sign up with my referral code and we will both get $100 when you get a direct deposit. You’ll have a referral code as well so refer a friend, they get their direct deposit and you both get rewarded. I think it’s $50 for your first time, then you successfully refer another person, it doubles.

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SwagBucks referral codes and program details

Pretty much the same as Inbox Dollars except you get your rewards in Swagbucks which get redeemed for gift cards.

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Ibotta referral codes and program details

Works perfectly if you’re also doing fetch. One receipt and you can get the points there and the $10 here. I tried this app years ago (3 according to the app). I didn’t see the point of dealing with the receipts but after actually looking at all of the cash back, I’ve been missing out! I went from nothing on there this morning to $21 already and another $2 pending.

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Fetch referral codes and program details

Really like the chance to exchange points for gift cards but that’s not the best part. You exchange those tickets for their lottery! If you don’t win, you maybe miss out on a couple bucks (or more if you saved up). If you’re the winner thought, the prizes are huge.

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Drop referral codes and program details

Drop cashback is an app that lets you link a credit card, and automatically earn rewards. This one is like a "set it and forget it", because all you do is link your cards, and whenever you make a purchase, either online or in store with a linked card, you get a percentage back.

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Mercari referral codes and program details

Mercari is a Japanese e-commerce company. Mercari is a safe and easy mobile marketplace for buying and selling clothing, electronics, household goods, specialty items, and more.

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Fluz referral codes and program details

This one is a game changer. Not only do you get cash back at tons of places, you start with a few vouchers for select places also to get a discount first. They gave me 35% off an Uber Eats order and then what I did spend, I got 5% cash back on it. On top of that, they dropped $5 in my cash back account after completing my first purchase. If you use my link, we’ll both get more vouchers and when you invite others you’ll both get more! It basically builds a network of cash back sorta as long as people keep invite others.

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Webull referral codes and program details

But, sell, and trade stocks quickly and easily. Great for opportunities for free stocks, podcasts on the basics of investing as well as some more advanced or about specific companies! If you prefer, you can learn from Webull’s community of users as it has a built in social media platform to discuss stocks and share tips or results from investing. Very secure and great for getting stock information you might otherwise have to look up on Yahoo Finance, Stock Investor, etc. — Others find successful investors and copy what they invest in for an even easier approach.

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Rakuten referral codes and program details

One of the OG’s with getting great cash back deals. Rakuten has an app you can search and and a browser extension you can install so even when you don’t think to search for cash back for a certain product or from a certain company, it’ll alert you anyway! Savings on autopilot.

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Stash referral codes and program details
Stash add cash to your stash account. Stash offers investing on auto-pilot by giving "stock back" instead of "cash back". It also has detailed information for each company you may invest in, or you can choose one of their prebuilt portfolios to invest in various stocks - this is a great option for when you want to have the benefits of having your money working for you in the market, but not necessarily want to research each and every individual company while also avoiding putting all of your eggs in one basket (or a few of them). I've personally used both options together - regularly investing in one of their premade portfolios (usually occurs automatically with each pay day) and investing in individual stocks that happy to spark my interest and attention.

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Public referral codes and program details

Public makes the stock market social. Follow other investors, discover companies to believe in, invest with any amount of money — commission-free.

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Dosh referral codes and program details

Very simple, sign up link your cards and explore all of the cash back merchants:l. VERY good for vacations as I’ve used their hotels, booking for flight, Groupon for an activities pass, and even a cool restaurant! to 48 cash back at hundred of store! $70 for AT&T

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Cash App referral codes and program details
Cash App

I love Cash App. The ability to transfer money between it and your bank are so fast that I don’t even keep my regular bank card on me anymore. I transfer what I need to my Cash App card when I need it and it happens in seconds. If I have anything left over, I just cash it out or lock the card. Sending and receiving money is also very fast + over the years they’ve added features like buying and sending bitcoin and stocks. I also love the weekly boosts they have to select from. If I’m going to shop at these places any, I might as well get cash back. They call it cash back but in reality, it automatically subtracts the boost percentage from the transaction. You don’t get “cash back”, you simply paid less from the beginning!

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Coinbase referral codes and program details

This is the platform I used to learn about crypto. Coinbase allows you to buy and trade hundreds of coins and tokens and even periodically pays you to learn about some new coins and projects through their Learn and Earn section. I started on Coinbase in January and already got $54 in free coins that were being promoted there. I converted most of them to bitcoin but some I kept thanks to Coinbase providing research and recommendations and I’ve seen returns on them. They even offer Interest on some coins just by holding them on the app or in your Coinbase wallet that completely dwarf even my high yield saving account. Why get 0.5% APR from my savings account when I can get 2.4% with USDc? Same dollar value but gaining ~5 times the amount of interest! They also have a wallet app now so you can convert coins for free - a huge plus as their fees before with swapping coins was the only qualm I had. I’m also currently using their Coinbase debit card to earn cash back in crypto on all of my purchases. You can either put cash on it or USD coin and purchase with no additional fees! Then just watch the bitcoin, ethereum or what ever option you chose rack up!

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Robinhood referral codes and program details

Qualified applicants receive a free stock worth up to $200 to hold or sell. You can just sell your free stock after it clears (which is typically just a couple of days) and send the money directly to your bank account. ** My stock was only valued at $15 but I was okay with that because… well who can complain when you get free stuff? My friend I referred got a stock valued at around $100 for her first one though. I’m still irked by that, but just letting you guys know there is a chance to get more when starting. No fees on trades + the addition of adding crypto is a huge plus for anyone wanting to keep both in one app. **I’ve personally been using Robinhood as a training tool while learning about stocks and can say it’s very learner friendly! It also has more intermediate features for buying and selling puts and covered calls which I do NOT do yet lol. Working on building up a smaller account and the advice and “learn” section on the app have really helped with that. It even has recommendations for the stocks you select and tells if (according to market analysts) you should buy,, sell if you have it, or hold your position based on the market and the price. For some, that’s enough! It’s very good at reducing the technical information down to what an average person would need to know when investing, verses say a professional day trader.

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