Is AMC Premiere Worth $15?

There are 2 types of basic reward memberships for AMC Theaters; Insider and Premiere. While Insider is free, Premiere costs $15 a year. While that may be an instant turn off to any novice penny-pincher, I’m here to tell you that with this membership, not only are there ample opportunities to make your money back, but loads of savings as well. Why listen to me? I sell these and see the savings Premiere customers rack up on a daily basis.

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4 Ways to Make a Little Bit of Money in a Pinch

These tactics aren’t going to make you a lot of money in a short amount of time, or really even over a long time, but they’re definitely ways to get small direct deposits when you’re in a tight situation. Something is always better than nothing in a struggle.

These methods are real ones I rarely see blogged about (for some unknown but amazing reason) that I searched the crevasses of the web for. So, none of these are sponsored.

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How to Save Money at the Movie Theater (I Work at One!)

So if any of my readers are on my Snapchat, you’re familiar with my “Movie Theater Chronicles” about crazy guests and other work-related things. Those my be funny, but now I’m going to tell you what I’ve learned about saving cold hard cash at the movie theater. All of the guests who complain about prices–I hope you find this.

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Making Money using Inbox Dollars: 3 Ways

So I only do a few things on Inbox Dollars, and I do them while I’m at work. I have a desk job, so it works well, and I get paid nicely for the little things that I am doing. Please use my referral code by clicking the link in this sentence if you decide to sign up!

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My Advice on ‘Slice the Pie’ to Make Cash 

I have used Slice the Pie since the summer to feed my spending habits while I don’t have a job. Despite the seemingly low payout per review, the money adds up quickly.

If you want to read my previous article about how I successfully made extra cash at home this summer (without a job) click here! If you’re already interested in Slice the Pie and want to sign up, sign up here!  

These are my tips that I used while reviewing in order to make the most cash possible.

I have used Slice the Pie since the summer to feed my spending habits while I don’t have a job. Despite the seemingly low payout per review, the money adds up quickly.

If you want to read my previous article about how I successfully made extra cash at home this summer (without a job) click here! If you’re already interested in Slice the Pie and want to sign up, sign up here!  

These are my tips that I used while reviewing in order to make the most cash possible.

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No Job in the Summer, but I’m Making Bank. How?

I’s simple- online.

Wait, wait, don’t exit. This post isn’t sponsored, and it isn’t a scam. I actively use everything I’m about to recommend and I extensively researched all of them before I used them. I’m 16 and paying for college by myself (and don’t have a car), so I need to be SUPER creative when it comes to making cash. I get paid via PayPal (direct deposit) and not in gift cards (I hate the gift card thing tbh). Couch + phone >>>>> Uniform + burgers. I’m going to explain what each one is and what I do to earn money on each of them.Continue reading “No Job in the Summer, but I’m Making Bank. How?”