Refer a Friend and Earn Rewards

Are you looking for a way to bring in some extra money? If so, you may just want to check out this list of Apps that Pay You to Refer a Friend. 

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  1. Cash app– you can quickly send money between friends and family using this app. You can also earn $5 when your referral sends $5 or more. They earn $5 as well! It’s a win-win.
  2. InboxDollars– this app gives you various ways to earn extra money. Another way you can earn is by referring a friend. You can earn $1 for every referral for up to 5 referrals. You can then earn 30% on all qualified earnings acquired by your referrals.
  3. ibotta– When a friend signs up using your code, and redeems a qualifying offer, you will earn $10 and they will earn $10 as well.
  4. Fluz– Fluz is a newer cashback program out there that I highly encourage you to check out if you are interested in cashback opportunities. You can also earn even more when you refer friends (and when they refer their friends).
  5. Groupon– You can earn $10 in Groupon credit or, Groupon Bucks as they call it when you refer a friend and they purchase their first deal.
  6. Rakuten– When your referral joins and spends at least $30, you both will earn an additional $30.
  7. Acorns-In addition to Acorns being a great way to get started with investing when you invite a friend you both earn $5! Acorns also often runs promos where you can get bonuses for a certain number of referrals during a specified time frame.

Earning money by referring a friend is just another way for you to bring more coins into the household. Give it a try.

We would love for you to share some of your favorite apps that pay for referrals. Please feel free to share in the comments below!



  • Briana Marie is a mental health and financial literacy advocate, and founder of Major League Mommy. In her spare time, Briana enjoys yoga, travel, and spending time with her Husband and two daughters.

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