Category: Make Money

I’ll show you quick and easy ways to make money from home to help boost your savings.

Survey sites have been around for years and are so easy to complete. You can quickly stack up some extra cash and let’s face it, who wouldn’t love to get paid for your opinions?

In this post you’ll find:

  • My most recommended, highest paying survey sites to try
  • A simple breakdown of how each site works and how you’ll be paid
  • Top tips to get selected for more surveys and earn even more cash!

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I feel like I’m cheating on eBay a little bit writing this post, but there are actually lots of alternative selling sites to the big auction giant that can help you shift your gear and declutter for cash.

I love eBay, I really do, but sometimes you could list something that’s quite heavy or unique and no one wants to collect it and it could be on there FOREVERR.

So it’s good to mix it up and try other selling sites.

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It’s car boot season – hurrah! It’s my favourite time of the year as both a buyer and a seller too.
If you’re looking to declutter and make some quick cash, a car boot is definitely worth doing.
Every time we’ve done one we’ve made at least £100 *touch wood* – not too bad for a few hours work on a Sunday!
Here are a few of my top tips to help you get prepared for your next car boot.
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Have you ever thought about selling on eBay to make a bit of extra cash? If you ask anyone I know, they’ll tell you I’m a big fan of eBay.

Why do I love it so much?

You can sell pretty much anything on there, that’s why and it’s so easy!

Do you want to start making money by selling on eBay as well? But you’re not sure where to start?

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Hello and welcome to my very first post on Cashback Collette. Eek! If you haven’t guessed by the name of my blog, I’m a HUGE fan of cashback.

It’s a really easy way to top up your bank account and it’s one of the many little tricks I use to save money on all of my purchases. It’s really helped me save money on everyday purchases and bigger ones too like car insurance.

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