Aaron Murdoch

5 Ways to Earn More Money with Mystery Shopping

Life can get very hectic juggling children, relationships, and careers that it can become difficult to find the extra time to dedicate to mystery shopping. However, with a little bit of planning and organizing, you may be surprised how much extra money you can make by doing some of the things you love. Here are 5 ways to earn more money mystery shopping.

 

  1. Go out to a nice restaurant. Some of the most common mystery shops involve dining at a quaint eatery. Why not take a special loved one out for a scrumptious bite to eat and make some money at the same time? It sounds like a win-win situation to me.

 

  1. Go car shopping. I love to hit the local car dealerships to check out the latest and greatest new cars and trucks on the market – especially if I’m getting paid to do it. Most companies offer a wide array of new vehicle mystery shops in their assignment lists.

 

  1. At lunchtime. Many of us like to save money by bringing our lunch to work but what should we do with the other 45 minutes left on our mid-day break? Schedule a quick mystery shop and earn even more money while you are at work.

 

  1. Stop on your commute home. How many potential mystery shopping opportunities do you think you drive by on the way home? Stop in and complete an assignment or two and earn some extra cash to pay for the gas that you will be spending anyways.

 

  1. At the grocery store. If you are planning on going out to the local grocery store and stocking up on your weekly food supplies, check to see if there are any prospective mystery shops around you. The chances are good that there is an assignment available near the areas you frequent regularly.

 

Your Comments:

  1. Christie Piech says:

    A list of companies that have phone mystery shops would be extremely helpful.

  2. Barnabe Barnabe says:

    Greetings to you. For over three years, you contacted me about your mystery shoppers, I see that, you are playing game with people per se, all your messages are the same and there is truth in them. All you do talk about stores without specification. I hope you stop misleading people.

    Gosha Dhosh

  3. Michele says:

    I have been mystery shopping for over 3 years now and have become familiar enough with it that I can earn between 5 and $700 in a week. Not every week but I can work every week. For a comprehensive list of names and companies go to jobslinger. Com. Some of the better paying shops are Harland Clarke, athpower, and tell the shop, customer service reps, and I’m sure there’s others that work in your area. Some companies do stick to certain areas. Because I am a shopper everything she states I can attest to be true. And I have no idea who this person is. I keep getting the emails in case there’s another company out there I don’t know about and she does mention specific companies that I either work for or choose not to work four.

  4. Michele says:

    I have been mystery shopping for over 3 years now and have become familiar enough with it that I can earn between 5 and $700 in a week. Not every week but I can work every week. For a comprehensive list of names and companies go to jobslinger. Com. Some of the better paying shops are Harland Clarke, athpower, and tell the shop, customer service reps, and I’m sure there’s others that work in your area. Some companies do stick to certain areas. Because I am a shopper everything she states I can attest to be true. And I have no idea who this person is. I keep getting the emails in case there’s another company out there I don’t know about and she does mention specific companies that I either work for or choose not to work four.

  5. Barnabe Barnabe says:

    It is to be contacting for over without assignment, all I receive just fake information and mails. If you really wanted me to do this for you, you should consider been honest other wise, you arr just like those criminal.
    Often, companies and restaurants discriminate against disabled like me.
    I am in Connecticut, if you want to go shop somewhere as a mystery-shopper, fine a store like Burlington. There restroom is about 50 ft away from the cashier which makes it hard for people like me.
    SHOW ME HOW GREAT YOU DO YOUR JOB

Leave a Reply

Add your insights, criticisms, thoughts, opinions, or responses to the article.