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My Favorite Rewards App

Raise your hand if you’ve tried apps like Ibotta, Checkout 51 or Swagbucks? You know, the apps where you have to go to Herculean efforts to save $0.17. I really gave it a go, people. I just don’t buy the right things I guess or go to the right places to do my shopping. It was just too much work. My time is more valuable than the rewards I received from those apps. I just decided they were not for me.

I was on my third try of Checkout 51, when I saw a post in a local mommy Facebook group about the verydice app. I have no idea why I clicked the link. I was so fed up with these apps but the poster said she got all her rewards fulfilled and shipped by Amazon. So, I read about it, watched YouTube reviews and signed up.

Ding, ding we have a winner!

I wanted something that I could do just here and there and actually earn something. You know, times like when you wake up at 4am and can’t go back to sleep or you’re sitting at a soccer practice that runs late. And I’m happy to say verydice has fit the bill. Ding, ding we have a winner!

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So how does it work? Well, I play short video clips (mind you, I said I play the clips, but rarely actually watch them), take surveys and do free trials of websites or apps. I average about an hour a day of time using it and take a look below at the stuff I got in just about two months time. 

I give a complete walk-through of how the app works and my advice on how to use it on my YouTube Channel. I also do little “haul” videos of the items I get so people know this really does work. I will say that like any other freebie app, you can get sucked in and this can be a major time-waster for some, I’m sure. If you know you are not disciplined to just put it down, I wouldn’t recommend it. I don’t want to waste anyone’s time. But if you are like me and just want to monetize your free time, check it out! And if you found my review helpful, I’d appreciate you using my friend code 2338286 when you get the app.

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