Top Apps to Make Money While Traveling the World

A picture-perfect life would likely include both a lot of travel and a lot of money. Why not combine both and get paid to travel to exciting and unique places? That is what our technology-based society is starting to do now. It is excellent because it means that people can both travel to the places that they want to see and at the same time earn back some of the money that they spend on those vacations in the first place.

The average person spends just under $2,500 on their vacation. It is not easy to absorb that kind of cost for the typical household, and that gives you even more reasons to consider ways that you can make money while you travel. Apps and other technologies make it easier than ever to find ways to make some extra cash while on the go. We look at a few of the ways to do this now.

Roadie

Transporting other people’s items in your trunk over a distance is something that you can make money doing. A deliver pays between $8 and $50 for local deliveries in your trunk, but you could make up to $650 for a more extended distance trip. There is a lot of money in transporting a pet for someone in your vehicle as well.

The mileage that adds up while doing these jobs can be written off on your taxes, and that makes this job even more of a pure profit play for you. Just make sure you report all of the income that you make from this just like you would with any other type of freelance work.

Swagbucks Watch

Wouldn’t you like to be rewarded for merely watching television? That is essentially the concept behind Swagbucks Watch. You earn S.B. points on the site for watching videos such as short movie trailers and the like.

You are not compensated heavily for the videos that you watch as you only unlock 2 S.B. points for every six videos that you view, but this can all be done in the background while you handle other tasks. When you are travelling, there is often a lot of downtimes to account for. Get the videos fired up and running in the background to earn yourself some S.B. points for them.

You can exchange your S.B. points for Amazon gift cards or direct PayPal transfers. Either way, you walk away with more than you started with all for taking a few minutes to watch some television.

This is a fun one for those living in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the U.K., Romania, South Africa, and Australia. These are the areas where this app is currently operating. People in any of those countries can get this app rolling and look for little gigs that they can do on a piecemeal basis. They can be paid between $2 to $12 for each completed job. They pay via PayPal, and you can make up a pretty good hour rate by taking on these jobs.

The gigs include little tasks like checking on price tags in a store or making sure that the store displays are set up just right. No matter what, you can at least earn a little extra while milling around some of the shops that you probably want to visit anyway. It is a way to get in some money while you are doing something on your vacation that you want to do.

Online Casinos

If you love the thrill of playing casino games and want to earn a little extra money while in transit, European roulette in South Africa is a great option. Blackjack, slots, poker, and more are available at trusted online casinos as well. It’s as easy as adding cash to your account and start playing. Many of the top casino apps even give massive bonuses for new players.

Foap

You can make money while taking some photos of your travel. You can sell those photos to big-name brands that want that kind of imagery for their marketing. It is an excellent way to earn a little extra income for a crisp picture. You make five dollars every time the photo sells, and you can sell it to multiple companies.

Ammanulah
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