Sign-up for our newsletter and join us on our mission to save as much money as possible!

This Is How I Drink Starbucks Every Day For Free

The Money Manual
June 16, 2017
Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors, and we might earn a commission if you click on one. We are letting you know because, as our grandmother taught us, an honest penny is better than a stolen dollar. Now, back to filling up your piggy banks.

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m addicted to coffee. I’m always looking for an excuse to head to Starbucks for a latte or a Frappuccino on treat days.

But I have a secret: I never pay for my coffee habit.

Here’s my little trick: InboxDollars.

I first saw InboxDollars on Cnet, where I discovered this market research company pays people in cash or gift cards just for watching TV or taking simple surveys online. Once you’ve got enough points, redeem them and start to drink Starbucks every day for free!

Here’s how it works. First, click here to sign up to InboxDollars for free. Take two minutes to fill out some basic information and confirm your email (you need to confirm it to get paid). Then head over to their website and start sharing your opinions taking various online surveys.

I’ve already used the gift cards and cash I’ve earned to get Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Dominos, Applebees, the list keeps going. I wish I’d discovered this trick sooner. Seriously, signup ASAP so the next time you’re feeling hungry, you can get your coffee fix for almost nothing.

Still on the fence? InboxDollars will give you $5 just for signing up! That’s your first coffee right there!

Hold on!

We aren’t done helping you make and save money! Swipe for lot’s of ways to connect with us so you never miss a single one of our money tips or tricks. Your wallet will thank you.

In need of some daily motivation to get your finances on track (who isn’t)?

Follow us on Instagram.

Follow on Instagram

Join our community “Let’s Talk About Debt” for support and expert help around all things debt.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for money saving app reviews brought to you by our editors.