Saturday, May 19, 2018

Free $100 Postmates delivery credit for you and me

Use code 9HNYH and we both get $100 in delivery credit. Their delivery fees can be super high, especially during prime hours, so this is really useful. They deliver from cheaper places than many of the other apps too, which is nice. 

Sunday, May 6, 2018

$20 off TaskRabbit, first-time users only

Use this code and get $20 off.

I've had hit-and-miss success with TaskRabbit. I wouldn't rely on it if you absolutely need something done at a particular time, as they don't provide you with a replacement if your person doesn't show. I hired someone once to do setup for an event, they didn't show, didn't respond to my messages, and all TaskRabbit would do was give me a $25 credit. Infuriating. But I've had great luck with using them for things like electrical and plumbing work that didn't need to get done at a particular time. There are a lot of tradespeople on there who aren't licensed in this state or have let their license lapse, but absolutely know what they are doing and are perfect for small jobs that don't require a license or permits. I also used it once when I needed something business-related dropped off and needed it to look a little more professional than just sending documents in a cab.

Saturday, May 5, 2018

You can still get $25 for that survey on your health insurance

Ha. I just got an e-mail from JOANY saying I'm one of their top referrers for the healthcare survey. Woohoo!

If you have insurance you purchased through your state's marketplace (so, not straight Medicaid/Medicare and not through your employer), you can take this survey and get $25. They will ask you to text/email/upload a picture of your card, so you will need to have an insurance card of a type of insurance sold through the marketplace.

After you've taken it and they've paid you (it takes a few days, and they pay via PayPal), you can refer your friends and get $25 when they take the survey as well.

Friday, May 4, 2018

Amazon gift card for parents of infants

MIT wants to study the brains of infants  Looks fun, gets you an Amazon gift card. 

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Swagbucks: What's worth it and what's not

So, I went back and looked at my last post on this topic, and it's actually pretty much the same still. Surveys are super hit-and-miss. I try one every time I'm bored, and if it's legit, I keep going, if not, I don't. The Reddit Swagbucks forum also is usually up to date on which things are working and which aren't. 

Definitely go to my post linked up above and check out the tips for how to run the Swagbucks TV app on your phone while you go do something else. 

If you don't have Swagbucks, go here to learn how it works and to sign up under my referral link so we both get free stuff. Then refer your friends so you get more free stuff.