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My Favorite Extra Money Apps

I realize there is quite a bit of information on my site that may be overwhelming for some just getting started with these types of things. I thought I would focus on earning gift cards today and also showcase my favorite apps.


An easy fun start would be by playing games. As you play, the app tracks your gaming activity and you accumulate points towards gift cards. My favorite app is Mistplay. So far, I’ve made $120 from it.

Then you have your passive apps, ones that take minimal effort while you are multitasking. They may have other tasks like installing other apps, completing offers, surveys, and so on. My favorites include Giftloop ($40) so far, Lucky Money ($28), and MobileXpression ($75).

Surveys are a bit more involved. You can really make a decent amount of money with these. I have a hard time focusing so I fall short here. My favorites are Crowdtap ($40), and YouGov ($115).


For a lot more information about each of these app, please see the Extra Money page.


More About Giftloop

Hello! Happy Saturday! I hope everyone is having an awesome day.


I wanted to revisit an app called Giftloop. It has been listed on the Extra Money page, and I wrote about it earlier this year. I’m pretty sure that I also sent out my referral link over social media. But, I realized that I could elaborate on it a bit more.

I have been using Giftloop since July 2019, and cashed out $40 so far in Amazon gift cards. That doesn’t seem like a lot, but this is one of the most passive apps that you can still easily make some money on. That’s perfect for me. There are more tasks that will build coins a lot quicker, like trying other apps, but I rarely complete any of those. Also they just added a gaming feature too, however mine isn’t working yet.

Literally, this is all I do. I’m usually multitasking. So I’ll just open the Giftloop app on my phone, while I’m doing other things. Once I collect my “Daily Specials” (listed below), I just swipe through the screens until I see a cute cat meme. Then I stop to collect 5 coins. I swipe through some more to the videos, so I can earn 50 coins for watching each of them. Depending on what I’m doing or how I feel, I’ll take a survey. That’s pretty much it. Oh, and I also get a decent amount of coins whenever I charge my phone.

Daily Specials:
Log In = 100 coins.
Log In 7 Days Straight = 3,000 coins
Watch Video = 100 coins (then 50 each additional)
Take Survey = 750 coins + coins paid per survey

Cute Cat Memes =5 coins

If you’re interested in trying Giftloop, and use my referral link, I will receive bonus coins. Thank you!


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Giftloop

This app has quickly become one of my favorites. You can make a few extra bucks doing quick tasks with little effort. The “coins” accumulate fairly quickly.

Giftloop has a continuous loop of screens that you swipe through. As you swipe, you come across several cat memes that you click on for 5 coins. In between the cats, there are also short videos to watch for 50 coins. You can complete offers, trials, install apps, take surveys, and more. They have a daily login bonus, along with other daily bonuses. For example, there’s a daily bonus for taking a survey. So, you get the coins for the survey itself, then collect an additional 750 bonus coins.

I have made $35 in Amazon gift cards since I’ve started using this app, near the end of last year. That’s not bad since I primarily just watch the videos, do an occasional survey, and collect my 5 coins whenever the cats pop up. Oh and I always have my phone set to collect coins whenever it’s charging. I would have cashed out more but I rarely complete the offers, apps, and trials. Since I’m really not testing out as many apps anymore, I think I will be using this one a little more often.

If you’re interested in trying Giftloop, use my referral link & let me know what you think: https://app.giftloop.co/r/93WYDMW.

For more apps like this, see the Financial Tips page.