The other day in the library I had an hour gap between my seminar and lecture so I decided to look on Prolific for any surveys. Low and behold there were actually two, so I managed to do them both. In that hour I earned £5.50! Because of this, I estimate you could make a lot more, but for generalisation’s sake- here’s how to make over £20 a day with Prolific. Good luck!
The Frugal Frenchie
Prolific is a survey site, to put it bluntly. However, I can safely say, that having tried to make money from surveys since the age of 14, this is the best and quickest-earner I have ever experienced.
This is the site on a mobile device, this was a good morning for surveys!
How do you get paid so much? Is it genuine?
Prolific is 100% genuine. The reason why you get so much and so quickly is for two reasons. Continue reading “Make over £20 a day with Prolific”
I am all for money saving, but sometimes I feel like money saving posts are always designed towards students? Not sure if others feel this way… anyway, I thought I’d do a different post, where you could find loads of money saving apps and freebies for parents all in one place. Hope this ultimate money saving guide for parents is useful for you!
The Frugal Frenchie
Many shops and companies have apps to go alongside their “baby clubs.” Not only do they sometimes provide you with freebies, it’s also a great way to get first knowledge of sales, coupons and access to private events.
My Mothercare – advantages include:
- £100 worth of discount vouchers
- Early access to their sales
- Exclusive events instore outside of opening hours
- 20% off maternity clothing
- 24/7 medical advice
Tesco Baby Club – advantages include:
- Offers specifically aimed for your baby’s age
- Told about sales in advance
Boots Parenting Club – you need an advantage card to join up. Advantages include:
- Free Boots magazines
- 10 advantages points for every £1 spent on baby items (higher than the normal “rate”)
- The possibility of free gifts
Continue reading “The Ultimate Money Saving Guide for Parents”