15 Weekend Side Gigs That Pay You Enough for a Week

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14. Become a Mystery Shopper

Some companies want to collect data about their customers’ experiences, so they may be willing to pay you a fee for offering feedback about your shopping experience in different stores. Usually, for this side gig, you’ll need to make a purchase, use the product or service, and provide feedback before you’ll be reimbursed. IntelliShop and Market Force are two free platforms you can start with.

15. Help Set Up Events

If you enjoy getting ready for a party (who doesn’t?) and have some experience in the hospitality industry, look for event set-up gigs to do in your free time. Festivals, farmers’ markets, and weddings all need staff to help with event setup and teardown. Check out TaskRabbit if you’re interested in this kind of side gig.

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