5 apps that will pay you for walking 5 apps that will pay you for walking

5 apps that will pay you for walking

It is incredible the amount of things out there that will actually get you some free money. Unbelievable enough, walking is one of those things. Yes, that is correct: walking. Something you basically do every single day. Learn how it works.

If you’re the kind of person that enjoys a nice walk out, then you have half of the job done. If you don’t, this is a pretty good motivation for you to start doing some walking around your neighborhood. There are a LOT of apps that will claim to pay you for walking, but also a lot of them that actually don’t work. Here is a list of 5 of the best apps for you to consider:


1. Achievement

This app will allow you to sign up and link any other health app you use on your phone. Once you set it up, you’ll start earning points for every work-out you do. Once you get 10.000 you can redeem them for $10.

2. Lympo

This app will pay you for completing walking or running challenges either outside or inside, so if you have a treadmill, you can use it too.
Every time you complete a challenge, you’ll get LYM tokens that you can redeem for products within the app

3. FitPotato

In this case, there is a cash prize pool (usually around $1,000). You bet $5 on yourself and you’re on the run to winning the prize. If you successfully complete 3 sessions, you win the prize (or a share of the prize if there are many winners).

4. Fit For Bucks

Fit For Bucks is a really simple app: if you move, you earn. It doesn’t matter if you walk, run or do something else. The higher your amount of steps are, the more points you get. Then, of course, you can redeem your points for different rewards.

5. Wallgreens Balance Rewards

If you usually shop at Wallgreens, this is the option for you. This app will allow you to earn points for each mile you walk, and you can redeem your points for in store discounts. The maximum amount of points you can earn per month is 1.000.

The best way to make the most out of walking is signing up to as many apps as you can so you get a reward program for each.

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