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103 Ways To Make $100 Fast

Quick! Can you come up with $100? Some of you have that in your couch cushions, but for those who don’t, here are 103 ways to make $100.

I know most of you have $100 and lots more. But maybe you need another $100 to bail someone out of jail or something. So here they are, 103 ways to get that money. Some of them are shall we say, morally ambiguous, but when you got to get paid…

Your Home

Your home is a veritable gold mine if you know where to look.

100-Ways-to-make-$100-(House)1. Airbnb  If you live in a desirable place, a big city, a charming hamlet, chances are that someone would like to stay in your place for a few days. And they’ll pay you! Right now, a small studio near the United Nations in NYC, so, far, far from the subway, is renting for $175 a night. If you can crash on a friend’s couch for just one night, there’s your $100 and then some.

2. Airpnp Yep, it’s a thing. You list your bathroom with the app and for a price, strangers can use it. Don’t have nasty one ply toilet paper though. People are paying for this!

3. Stuff Your house is full of it. And you’re too lazy to have a yard sale or even put it on Craigslist. That’s okay, there is a new service for the lazy, $100-less among us. Gone is an app that allows you to text a picture of what you want to sell and a customer service rep will make you an offer. If you accept, they will send you a box and shipping label. If you live in Austin or San Francisco, they will send someone to your house to pick the items up! You can sell anything of value by some things, like electronics, do better than others.

4. Parking This won’t work everywhere but if you live near an event venue, a sports stadium for instance, charge people to park in your driveway and even your yard.

5. Storage Have space in your garage, attic or basement? Rent it out as temporary storage. Possibly get in touch with some contractors in your area who do home renovations. They can steer their clients to you for a place to store the things in the room being renovated.

6. Spare Change You probably have more of it than you think. I always empty it out of my wallet before I travel and am surprised how much lighter my purse is without it. So that alone is probably $5-10 worth. Go through all of your purses, pockets, junk drawers, and couch cushions.

Friends

Hopefully you have some. And hopefully they have more money than you.

7. Call In Your Markers It’s not nice to quibble over things like who owes exactly what between friends. Stuff like dinner checks split 50/50 even though one of you had an extra drink or buying both coffees so the other person snags you seats, all comes out even eventually. But you don’t need $100 eventually, you need it now. Time to call in those extra glasses of wine and mocha lattes.

8. Make A Bet But it’s going to have to be an embarrassing one to make it worth their $100. Like agreeing to streak in public or do ten minutes of stand up at an open mic night.

9. Blackmail Have some dirt on a friend? Ask them how much it’s worth not to reveal it at their wedding reception. You won’t have the friend but you’ll have the $100!

Family

They probably won’t let you starve or live on the street but they might not be willing just to cough up $100. Takes some persuasion.

10. Guilt In the 2005 Christmas tsunami, a mother was holding both her small children in the raging waters. One was five and the other was two. She knew that if she tried to hold them both, they all would die. So she made Sophie’s Choice. She let go of the older kid reasoning he stood a better chance than the smaller one.

And against every odd, both kids lived. But think of the opportunities to mine that vein of parental guilt. Kid probably got a pony for every birthday after that and a car when he turned 16. Surely you can get a lousy $100 if you remind your mother of the time she left you in the car while she shopped at Target.

11. Forego Inheritance Do your folks have some cash they plan on leaving to you? Maybe they would be willing to give you some now, when you really need it and you forego that amount once they pass.

Medical

Burke and Hare made a pretty good living selling stuff (well, bodies) to the medical field.

12. Bodily Fluids People will pay for them! Well, not just any people, medical people (mostly). You can sell plasma for about $35 per donation and platelets for about $50.

13. Your Genes This one is more intensive than selling blood products. If you want to sell your sperm, you’ll receive between $50-$200 but must donate two or three times a week for as long as six months. And you can’t “donate” outside the clinic. If I were a guy, that would be a deal breaker no matter how much they were paying.

If a woman wants to donate eggs, she can make bank! Between $5,000-$15000. But it’s no picnic. You’ll be subjected to a lot of medical and psychological testing before beginning, you’ll need to shoot yourself up with fertility drugs while undergoing more testing during the process, and the procedure to remove the eggs is a surgical one.

14. Your Womb If you want to carry a pregnancy for someone, again bank. Between $40,000-52,000. But you’ll go through lots of testing and medical appointments and have to be pregnant for nine months, so not exactly easy money.

15. Clinical Trials You can get paid to have drugs and things like MRI’s tested on you. You can make between $50-$300 per day. CenterWatch is a good place to search for trials near you. Hopefully you get lucky and are in the placebo group.

16. Kidneys Not legal in the states but don’t let that stop you! You can make between $5,000-$25,000 for your extraneous kidney. (Please don’t do this.)

17. Poo! Fecal transplants are a thing. I worked in functional medical offices for years and have been interested in this as a medical treatment for a while. Your gut biome is extremely important and having a healthy one may have implications medicine is only beginning to understand. So poo is big business. You can make about $40 per sample. The catch is, you have to be super healthy yourself. OpenBiome pays for poo if any of you are local to Massachusetts.

Re-Sell

People will buy anything! Take advantage of their acquisitive nature.

18. Yard Sales You were too lazy to have one but maybe not too lazy to go to one. Do a few searches on e-Bay and see what kind of stuff is selling. Then go find it and sell it yourself.

19. Old Gifts All those crappy obligation gifts you get from relatives are in the back of your closet somewhere. Surely there are people in this world who relish and collect hideous holiday themed sweat shirts and would pay good money for yours.

20. Your Ex’s Crap Still got some of that sob’s stuff hanging around? I don’t. I’m from the church of angrily burning it in a Santeria ritual but you might not be religious. Sell those old hoodies and CD’s and the bad ju ju that comes with them.

Make Cuts

Sometimes the first cut is the deepest. Dig down until you hit $100.

103-ways-to-make-$100(cuts)21. Cable It doesn’t have to be forever. I myself need cable during cycling and college football season but those months when there isn’t either happening, I could get rid of it and save more than $100. You might even get a better deal than you had when you re-up.

22. The Little Things You know this one, coffee, snacks when you get gas, lunches out because you didn’t bring from home. Those little things add up more than you think.

23. Dating Dating costs money, probably more if you’re a guy. Stop the fruitless search for your soul mate for a few weeks and watch that $100 accumulate.

24. Go Part Veggie I’m Paleo so I would never tell you to cut out meat but it is expensive and you could probably stand to eat more veg. So make a couple of meals a week vegetarian meals.

25. Walk/Bike I know not everyone can do this to commute to work but take a look at a week’s worth of your car trips. Is there at least one that you could have walked or biked for? This will save you gas, save wear and tear on your car and get you some much needed exercise.

Crime

Who says it doesn’t pay?

26. Drop A Dime Are there any unsolved crimes in your area? Do you think someone you know is the culprit? Turn them in for the reward!

27. Snitch Become a supergrass which is a super cool British word for informant. Know some shady ass people? Would the local filth like to know what they are up to? You can get paid for that information. You might even get off for your own shady ass antics.

28. Mock Jury Many lawyers will try their case before a mock jury to find out what needs to be improved before taking a case before a real jury. According to this site, you can make as much as $100 a day!

Skills

I know you have mad ones.

29. Cook I know someone who was a home chef/magician. Frankly I can’t think of anything worse than some guy making me dinner while he pulls a rabbit out of his hat but he made a living at it so there’s a market.

There is probably a better market for non-magical cooks. Do you have a friend who wants to make dinner for a potential SO but can’t cook? Here’s your $100. Some chicks have claimed to get a ring after making some kind of roast chicken so I think $100 would be a cheap price to pay.

30. Fix Stuff Not everyone has DIY skills. I would gladly pay someone to do things like assemble bookshelves or fix my broken lamp. Do you have technologically challenged friends? Gold mine! Yea, turning it off and back on will probably fix it but you can surely push a few extra buttons to make them think you earned that $100.

31. Iron This is a personal one for me. I have mastered several homemaking skills but ironing is not among them. The last time I had to iron something, I used a hair flat iron. That stupid advice about hanging clothes in a steamy bathroom does not work!  I’d happily pay someone to iron my stuff.

32. Clean Cleaning isn’t so much a skill as a pain in the ass. And some people will pay good money to avoid pains in their asses.

33. Organize Some people love to organize. All their clothes are arranged by type and color, their spice cabinet is alphabetized. Some of us are just not wired this way and will pay you to implement your systems.

34. Insurance Dealing with insurance companies is a nightmare. Just because you get a bill from an insurance company doesn’t mean it’s legitimate. If you can navigate through this, you can save people thousands of dollars.

Talents

Fewer of us have talent than have skill so you can charge a little more for these.

35. Etsy Are you a crafty person? Can you make things like fancy soaps, jewelry, clothes? You can set up an on-line store and sell your creations here.

36. Youtube Make an on-line tutorial for something you’re good at, car repair, building a bookcase, cooking your signature dish. Upload it to Youtube and enable monetization. This allows them to put ads on your videos.

37. Cater This doesn’t have to be a whole, starting a business, big to do. Ask friends, relatives, and co-workers if they have any special events coming up they would like you to cook for. As we get closer to holiday season, there will be a lot of opportunities for various kinds of get togethers.

38. Event Plan If you’re not much of a cook, you can still take advantage of all the holiday parties. Plan the event, which can mean anything from planning the menu to arranging for flowers, sending out invitations, and renting things like extra chairs and glasses. People are busy around the holidays and may be willing to outsource some things.

39. Bar Tend You don’t have to get a regular job doing this, you can do this at parties. You could even do it at a party you’ve been invited to. Stay behind the drinks area, serve people and put a glass with a few dollars in it on the table. I bet you get some tips.

40. Hair And Makeup Another good one to take advantage of around the holidays. Everyone wants to look their best but not everyone knows how to do the fancier hair and makeup that some holiday soirees require. Help us!

41. Tutor Those ultra competitive tiger parents want to make sure their special cornflakes get into the best schools, whether that means pre-school for three year olds or the Ivy League for eighteen year olds. A certified teacher can make up to $75 an hour tutoring.

42. Street Performer Can you play an instrument, break dance, do magic tricks? Go to a tourist area, set out a hat and show your moves.

43. Translate If you are fluent, and I mean very fluent, in a language, you can get paid to translate documents.

44. Public Speaker Speaking in front of a group regularly features on lists of people’s biggest fears. It’s up there with death. And clowns! More than a quarter of Americans fear it. This leaves plenty of room for opportunity. If there is a professional topic you’re knowledgeable on, there are groups who will pay you to speak about it.

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On-Line Daters

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45. Crappy Photos Why do some people have such awful photos on their dating profile? It’s not that they’re ugly, $100 won’t fix that, it’s just the pictures are so poorly taken. Well, because they aren’t a professional photographer or even an amateur one so there’s your answer. But if you are, you can help. Offer to take some panty dropping photos for cash.

46. Crappy Profiles Some people try, bless them. But it’s hard to objectively write about yourself. If you have a poor self image, you sound like a sad sack and if you have too high a self image, you sound like a douche. Offer to revamp their zero message getting profile.

47. Texts We want the new person we’re dating to think we are a hot commodity, much in demand! Or we want our nosy parents or co-workers to think we have a life in which boys or girls are interested in us. But our phones sit there, wan and silent. Offer a service to send texts at pre-arranged times to boost value. You can also arrange to send “escape” texts to people on first dates. You text with some terrible emergency thirty minutes into the date. If it’s going well, they ignore it. If it’s an SOS situation, they have an out.

Work

You already have a job but are you getting the most out of it?

48. Overtime If you’re paid hourly, see if you can get some overtime. If you have lazy co-workers, see if you can pick up some of their hours when they’re home with a hangover.

49. Change Shifts If your job has shift work, find out if working a less desirable shift pays a little more. Many people prefer 9-5, so working a late shift might net you a slightly bigger pay check.

50. Outsource There is a legendary story of a developer who outsourced his own job. He figured out a work around that let him outsource his work to China while he watched cat videos on Reddit all day. He was paying less than a fifth of his six figure salary to the worker in China. Genius! You can’t sit around all day on watching cat videos like he did though. You’ll have to be doing something with that free time to make some extra money. Drive for Uber or something.

51. Ask For A Raise If you don’t ask you don’t receive so it can’t hurt.

Freelance

Use your free time and your freedom to get your $100.

52. Uber Speaking of Uber, wages vary widely depending on location but you can expect to make between $15 and $53 an hour. But the great thing about Uber is that you can set your own schedule. So you can work your regular job and make your $100 in just a few hours on a weekend or evening.

53. Task Rabbit TR lets you bid on jobs for things like picking up dry cleaning, food shopping, and babysitting. Lots of little, everyday tasks that others don’t want or don’t have time to do are up for grab for taskers.

54. Elance It’s called Upwork now and is similar to Task Rabbit but for more professional kinds of work, writers, translators, customer service reps.

55. Move You don’t have to get hired by a moving company to do this. If you live in a big apartment complex, lots of people move in and out. Moving tops the list of things that suck but people don’t realize just how much until they start doing it. This is when they’re weak and wishing they had arranged movers. As you spot them carrying boxes to and fro, offer to help out for cash. I know this will work because it happened to me. Guy approached my boyfriend at the time and me as we were moving and offered to help. We took him up on it.

Ask

You never know unless you do.

56. Pandhandle Well, it’s not exactly dignified but you might be surprised by how much you can make sitting around with a sign looking sad. Bring a pet. I’m as cold hearted towards humans as it is possible to be but a sad animal gets me every time.

57. Panhandle Electronically If you read a sad tale of woe in your local paper, you can bet the woe haver also has a Go Fund Me. These people have less shame than traditional panhandlers. I’ve seen people asking for money on there for boob jobs. And they get it! I guess having shame isn’t very lucrative.

College Kids

They have rich parents or fat loan checks so they have it to spare.100-Ways-to-make-$100-(college)

58. Condom Delivery College kid Kyle McCabe started a condom delivery service on his campus. He arrives at your door, condom in hand, wearing a flashing blue light on his helmet to denote the emergency nature of the situation. He also provides a more discreet delivery sans lighted helmet, but hey, then your floor mates won’t know you’re getting some so what on earth would be the point?

59. Dumpster Dive You have to do it on move out day. College kids throw away the most amazing stuff! Clothes, furniture, books. Just anything they don’t want to bother lugging back home. You might get some great stuff for yourself and some stuff you can re-sell.

60. Fill Out Forms This one is for pre-college kids. If you’ve been to college, you know the Hell that is filling out student loan forms. I’m sure there are a few parents who would gladly hand over this chore for money.

61. Write Papers Morally ambiguous territory again but hey, it’s not your ass on the line. If you can knock out a term paper while some college kid gets drunk tail gating, good for you.

Drunk People

You’ve probably been drunk before. Would you have fallen for any of these? Exactly.

62. Read Palms You don’t actually have to know how to do it. Go here and pick up the basics. It won’t even matter if you mess up cause the other person is drunk! Palm reading is also a really great flirting technique since it immediately involves touch. But you don’t get paid for that (or maybe you do).

63. Sell Food Drunk people are hungry! And not picky about what they eat. Drunk people don’t order salads, they order Taco Bell. So go to Taco Bell and get a few of those twelve packs of tacos. Stand outside the bar at closing time and triple the price.

64. Drive Sober This probably works better in smaller places that don’t have things like Uber or hail-able cabs. It also probably works better if you make friends with the bar tenders who can steer clients to you rather than be some creepy stranger trying to get people into your car outside a bar.

65. Bet Them At Pool Drunk people don’t have great hand eye coordination. What they do have is bravado. So challenge some to a game of pool and bet some money on it. Even if you aren’t a great pool player, you’re probably better than a drunk person. Unless their first name is a city. NEVER play pool for money with someone whose first name is a city. Cards either.

Single People

More than half of Americans over the age of 16 are single so you have a big demographic to work with.

66. SO For Hire It’s not what it sounds like. The holidays are coming soon and for single people that means nosy ass relatives asking how come they don’t have a girl/boyfriend yet. They both know, it’s because the single person is ugly. But that’s rude to say. Man, the ugly single person would really like to show Aunt Martha by turning up with a real looker this Thanksgiving. This is where you come in. Works for weddings too where the atmosphere is really fraught.

67. Fake Engagement Grab an accommodating friend and announce that you’re getting married. Think about it. How much in cash and gifts have you given people getting married or having a kid? Thousands possibly. About time you got some of that back. Some people will give you money, other’s gifts, so ask for the receipt.

Tourists

Look at them, walking around with cameras around their necks and wallets full of local currency in their back pockets. Don’t take that route though.

Budgeting-For-A(Tourists)68. Walking Tours I do these in every city I visit. There are all kinds, history, ghosts, architecture, food! Craft one and advertise it in hotels and those kiosks that have information for tourists. Even if you don’t charge, a lot of people will tip.

69. Cooking Class This is another thing I do on vacation. Food is so intrinsic to a place. There’s no more appealing way to get a feel and a bit of history for a place as to eat and learn about its food. Again, devise a menu showcasing local dishes and advertise in tourist areas.

70. Bar Crawl They’re tourists so they don’t know all the great hole in the wall places you know and the guide books don’t list them. So take a group on a bar crawl so they don’t visit your city and commit the unpardonable sin of drinking at the bar at Applebee’s.

71. Activity Tours Are you an experienced scuba driver? You know all the best places, where to take lessons, where to rent the gear? Not everyone does and it takes a lot of research to figure it out. If you can arrange all the particulars of this type of trip, or similar ones, rock climbing, white water rafting, people will pay for it.

Sitting

You need to be a little responsible to do these.

72. Pet Sitting Especially if you know how to administer medication to an animal, you can make great money doing this. I had a diabetic kitty that required twice daily insulin injections. It cost $35 per visit, so $70 a day.

73. Baby Sitting They can make serious money now. When I did it, I charged $1 per kid per hour. In NYC, they’re getting about $15 an hour.

74. House Sitting No one really pays for this anymore. At least not people who live in nice places. People will house sit for free in exchange for the free accommodations. If you’re willing to do a little more work, this site has some paid listings. You could house sit for free though and use that time to rent your own place out on Airbnb as we discussed earlier.

X Rated

Puritans, please turn back now.

75. Your Underwear You all better appreciate this one and at least one of you better do it and send me some of the money you made. I googled this and forgot to use Tor. I suggest Reddit for this. The subreddits usedpanties and FetishItems are the most active. I’m not going into any detail but there are ways to make your panties more desirable to buyers. That’s enough now, my parents will read this.

76. FinDom I might be down for this one even though I didn’t have the stomach (but I do have the ass) for the panty selling one. FinDom is a subset of the BDSM community. The dominate demands cash and gifts from the submissive. That’s all I’m going to say but I assure you, it is a real thing. You can google the details. Use Tor.

77. Squashing If you’re a BBW, there are men out there who will pay you to sit/lay on top of them and squash them. Learning all sorts of things in the X Rated section!

78. Sex Tape Do you have a tenuous connection with someone famous? Can you find another Z lister who wants to have sex with you? Do either of you have a pimp for a mother and are absolutely devoid of shame? The path to riches is clear.

Around Your Hood

Become the entrepreneur of your block!

79. Mow Lawns Even if everyone in your street is hale and hearty, head over to the local old folks side of town and offer to mow their grass.

80. Shovel Snow Even if your neighbors are able bodied, shoveling snow sucks and lots of people will gladly pay someone else to do it.

81. Clean Gutters/Rake Leaves A two-fer. When leaves fall in the yard they fall into the gutters too and are wet, sticky and gross to remove.

82. Walk Dogs Everyone likes puppies! Look around for the fat ones in your neighborhood. Those are the ones who have parents too lazy to walk them. But all puppies need and deserve exercise and you need and deserve $100. Join forces with the fat puppies and profit!

83. Raid The Recycling Bins Does your town have mandatory recycling? Free money just sitting on the curb! Maybe do this one in the dark of night so your neighbors don’t see you pawing through their cans and bottles.

84. House Numbers If you live in or near a subdivision, buy number stencils and offer to paint house numbers on the curbs in front of houses. Otherwise the pizza delivery guy may never arrive.

85. Haul Trash This only works if you are in an area that does not have trash pick up but requires residents to haul the trash to the dump. If you do and have a truck, you can make the pick ups and drop offs.

You’re Bored

You don’t even have $100 so it’s not like you’re out of the town.

86. Mechanical Turk This is an Amazon site that pays small amounts of money for completing simple tasks like looking at an image and describing it in fewer than ten words.

87. Swagbucks Swagbucks pays small amounts to answer on-line surveys.

88. Gigwalk This is an app. You do things like go to a store and verify that items are correctly priced or displayed, take a photo and send it to the manufacturer.

Shop Around

Being lazy costs you money. A little leg work can save you some.

89. Insurance and Utilities Check and see if you can find a cheaper price for your various types of insurance, renter’s, home owner’s, car. Check for cheaper rates on things like cell phone plans, gym memberships (or cancel it all together if you don’t use it), cable and internet providers.

90. Groceries Do you have an Aldi near to you? They have great prices. Check ethnic markets too. Often you can get things like meat, produce, and spices for less than your local big box place. If you have farm stands near you, you can buy direct from the source which often means lower prices since there is no middle man involved. If you have a bakery outlet you can get reduced prices for things like bread, rolls, and sometimes baked items like pies and cakes.

DIY

Don’t always throw money at your problems.

91. Cleaning Products You can clean a lot with nothing more than vinegar and baking soda, both of which are dirt cheap. You don’t need a cabinet full of single purpose products to clean your house.

92. Small Repairs If it’s broken, there is a video on Youtube that will show you step by step how to fix it. Your car, appliances, electronics. You don’t have to run out and buy something new or pay someone else to fix something for you.

93. Dry Cleaning Clothes don’t need to be dry cleaned after every wearing. If it’s delicate enough to require dry cleaning, it’s unlikely that your doing manual labor in it or something. You can’t wear something to the point of smelliness but you can “dry clean” things at home with something like Dryel. If something is stained, google how to remove that stain on that fabric.

Misc

Because I couldn’t fit these anywhere else!

94. Bet Against The Lions I’m a self flagellating Lions fan so it doesn’t really pain me any more to say this than it does to root for the Lions. It’s almost always a safe bet. If you really want to clean up, double down on the bet when the Lions are ahead and there are only two minutes left in the game. You won’t lose because they will.

95. Sell Cold Water Stand outside some event that will have overpriced water and sell bulk purchased bottles for half the price.

96. Return Something I know we agreed that some of these would be morally ambiguous and I’m okay with that. What I’m not okay with is being a dick. So if you do this, don’t be a dick. Return something because you should not have bought it and have not yet used it. Don’t take advantage of places like Costco that have extremely generous return policies to get fast money. Because that makes you a dick.

97. Unclaimed Money You might have an old bank account that you opened as a kid, a check from a former employer from your high school job or a utility deposit on an account you closed. You can go to NAUPA and see if you’re owed any money.

98. Class Action Money When a company settles a class action suit, you might be entitled to some of it if you ever purchased the product in question. Class Action Rebates will show you open claims.

99. Sell Door To Door Remember when you were a kid and your school made you sell stuff like candy bars and gift wrap door to door? No reason you can’t do that as an adult. I would let people know you’re doing this as a fundraiser and then actually donate part of the money to a local charity. Otherwise, it just looks kind of weird.

100. Deliver Furniture Not everyone has a pick up truck. But no truck people buy stuff off Craigslist too and need to get it home. If you do have a truck, you could provide this service. Maybe even better, contact sellers of large items and offer it to them. They can pay you and add the delivery price to the purchase price. It’s a win for them because advertising something with free delivery is sure to increase interest.

101. Sell Your Hair Why give it away to Locks of Love when you can sell it for cold, hard cash? That’s where hair extensions come from. You can make anywhere from $100 to $4,000 for your hair! I wouldn’t expect to make $4,000 though. That was probably unicorn hair or something to make Elton John a wig.

102. Sell Your Breast Milk And not just to babies. If a baby needs it, you probably should donate it. But believe it or not, adults are buying the stuff too. And they’re paying a fair penny, about $2.50 an ounce. Athletes are buying it for the energy it provides and some people buy it believing that it increases immune function.

103. Sell Ad Space On Your Car You can make up to $400 a month to let companies advertise on your car. There are fewer of these opportunities than there once were but they do still exist.

So there you have it. Not all of them are fun and not all of them will make you $100 in one go but if you really need some money, there are plenty of ways to get it.

 

Featured Image Photo Credit: “Lack of money is the root of all evil – George Bernard Shaw” by Miran Rijavec on Flickr

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