Here's 5 savvy ways to make up to £2,350 before Christmas | The Sun
AS summer starts to fade, it won’t be long before Christmas creeps up on us.
Preparing your finances for the festive season — this year in particular — may feel daunting.
But here are some savvy ways to make up to £2,350 between now and December 25 . . .
CASH IN ON A CLEAR OUT: Selling unwanted items from around the house could make you more than £1,000, according to eBay expert Clare Seal. Think laptops, pushchairs, musical instruments and gardening tools.
Facebook Marketplace and the Nextdoor app are also good for selling to people who live locally — and you don’t have to pay to list items. You can earn up to £1,000 a year from selling items without having to pay tax.
FLOG YOUR OLD PHONE: Dial up some extra cash from your old mobile. Of course, how much you get will depend on the make and the model as well as the condition it’s in.
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A 64GB iPhone 8 Plus in good condition could be worth £200 — and newer models even more.
GET A SIDE HUSTLE: If you fancy yourself as a bit of a star, you could make around £50 a day by working as an extra in adverts or TV shows.
Land yourself a few jobs over the countdown to Christmas and you could pocket £150.
WALK IN THE PARK: Dog walkers can earn £8-10 an hour. Or you can make cash by popping in to feed a cat or even a hamster.
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You can register for work through websites such as Tailster and Rover.
A few walks or feeds a week could net you more than £500 before the big day.
RUN ERRANDS: Lots of people need a bit of extra help with shopping and other jobs. Running errands for someone could pay £15 per hour through site TaskRabbit.
If you’re a dab hand at DIY you can assemble flatpack furniture or put up shelves. Pick up two jobs a week and that’s another £500 in the bank by the time you need it most.
- All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
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SPEND less dough with the Gardenline gas pizza oven from Aldi. It’s down from £179.99 to £99.99.
YOUR home will look and smell great with Habitat’s stylish Grapefruit & Wild Cassis reed diffuser, down from £10 to £7.50 in the sale.
GET your skin prepped for the colder weather with the Complete Winter Skincare Edit by TV beauty expert Nadine Baggott.
It’s down from £30 to £10 at Superdrug and includes six full-size products worth £50.
AESOP’S Reverence hand wash smells divine, but it’s not cheap at £28. Baylis & Harding’s Goodness Oud, Cedar & Amber handwash, has a similar scent and it’s down to £3 at Boots.
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