So you’re looking for easy ways to make some extra money? Well let me tell you, you’re not the first and you definitely won’t be the last.

Whether you're trying to find more ways to save up for a home down payment, or looking for some more spending money in retirement, everyone should be able to find something on this list that will help put more money in their wallet.

If you want a little more financial freedom, dive in and take advantage of one (or multiple) of these easy ways to make money.

Easiest Ways To Make Extra Money

1. Sell your body for extra money (not like that)

If I offered you $50 to sit in a chair for an hour on your phone, would you do it? What about $20?

Donating plasma allows you to do exactly that. For those of you who can handle a needle being poked into your arm twice a week, this might be the perfect opportunity for you to make an easy $40 – $100 a week for only 2 hours of your time.

If you are 18 years or older and weigh 110 pounds or more, you may be eligible for this opportunity. To find a testing center near you and start earning extra money, click here and enter your zip code for more information.

2. Make extra money delivering groceries

Though it may not be the most exciting way to earn a few extra dollars, delivering groceries might be a great way for you to put some more money in your wallet.

According to Shipt, you can earn $22 an hour or more.

There is a growing population of people who are having their groceries delivered right to their door. I have my groceries delivered because I don’t have a car and the closest grocery store is a 15-minute walk from my apartment.

I would rather click a few buttons on my computer, pay the delivery fee, and save myself the 15-minute farmers walk (I’m trying to get groceries, not train for an Ironman).

Here are a few delivery services that let you work on your terms:

3. Make extra money delivering food

Fine, so you don’t want to deliver groceries? Then maybe delivering meals sounds more appealing?

If you have access to a car, scooter, or bike, you could set your hours and be in control of your wage depending on the number of deliveries you complete.

Some reports estimate that on average, drivers earn around $12 an hour. Click the links below to learn more:

4. Drive for Uber or Lyft

If food delivery doesn't work for you, maybe people delivery sounds more appealing to earn some extra money.

Uber and Lyft have become more and more competitive and are offering better perks to drivers.

Uber has started guaranteeing earnings after a set number of rides in most cities. For example:

Los Angeles – $1,600 for 300 rides

• Chicago – $2,500 for 400 trips

• New York Suburbs – $1,150 for 150 trips

Also, if you don’t have a car but want to become a driver, they are providing short-term and long-term auto assistance.

Alternatively, Lyft has introduced Lyft Direct which gives drivers access to their earnings immediately after they complete a ride, 4% cash-back on select restaurants, 2% cashback on gas, and 1% back on groceries. They also offer discounted and faster maintenance on your car.

5. Rent out your car

Don’t want to risk the awkward silence of a car ride with a stranger or take the chance of a drunk college kid puking in the back seat?

Well, then maybe renting out your car is a better option.

If you take the subway all week and don’t touch your car, or if you just simply don’t leave the house that often, Turo is a great site that allows you to rent out your car when you aren’t using it.

Wouldn’t it be nice to wipe out that monthly car payment?

Try out Turo’s Carculator to see how much your car could earn each month.

Here is a breakdown of the top-earning cars on Turo.

6. Go for a walk… with some dogs

Alright, maybe you don’t have a car, scooter, or bike. If you’re a dog lover and enjoy going for a walk on a nice day, you should try out Wag!.

According to Wag!, dog walkers can earn up to $1,250/month all while working on their schedule.

That’s a hefty chunk of change to stash in your wallet each month.

7. Open a pet hotel

Perhaps you love dogs or cats and want to take it to the next step. Sounds like it may be time to move in together (temporarily, of course)!

Rover is another site that caters to dogs and cats and is a great opportunity to earn some extra money if you can’t get enough of these four-legged lovers.

By simply boarding pets, providing daycare, or checking in on the pets at their own home, Rover states that sitters can earn up to $1,000/month.

It sounds like a win-win to me. Get to play with some furry friends AND make extra money.

8. Make extra money off your home

If you aren’t ready to give the extra room in your home to someone else’s pet, then maybe letting another human stay a few nights might be a better option.

Airbnb makes it easier than ever to rent out an extra room to an individual or group of individuals looking for a cheaper option than nearby hotels. You may even be able to vacation for free if you can rent out your house or apartment while you are vacationing.

According to Airbnb, individuals can earn over $2,500 a month in major U.S. cities.

9. Use your handiness

If Airbnb isn’t for you and you don’t want to invite strangers into your home (I can’t blame you), then maybe you’d be willing to help others around their homes.

Handy is a great site for people who aren’t afraid to put a little elbow grease into things and get paid for it.

If you like to clean, help people move, assemble furniture (we’re talking about you IKEA), or even completely remodel someone’s home, Handy might be the perfect platform for you.

Check out the link above for more details on the services you can provide.

10. Sell your services on Fiverr or Upwork

Maybe you aren’t great with a hammer or a vacuum. How about a computer?

Fiverr and Upwork are two platforms that allow you to earn a little extra cash for things you are good at. You set your price and work on your terms.

If you’re great with graphic design, video editing, grammar, and spelling, or can even provide consulting service, online freelance work might be perfect for you.

Make sure to check out each site to see a full list of services you can provide.

11. Fill out online surveys for money

If all else fails and you can’t sell your plasma, don’t have any means of transportation, have zero spare rooms, don’t like animals, refuse to clean, move, remodel, or do anything handy, and have zero computer skills, then the ever so tedious but ever so easy online surveys may be the easy way to make extra cash for you.

Sites such as Survey Junkie and Inbox Dollars ($5 bonus for signing up now) will pay you to fill out online surveys from the comforts of your couch.

Swagbucks is offering a $10 bonus to sign up right now!

Other survey sites include:

Disclaimer: Survey sites that ask you to pay are likely a scam.

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