Beermoney tips

Manage farms remotely.

If you're running PerkTv on devices at your workplace, you might want to check up on / control them remotely. Or, if it's all the way across the room, and you don't want to get up...* TeamViewer QuickSupport works for some Samsung, Sony, Lenovo, Alcatel One Touch / TCL, Prestigio, Archos, Medion, Caterpillar / CAT, and Unitech phones* Or, if you root your phone, try running a VNC Server on it.


Recently they took the Amazon GC off for a lot of people. Including me. I waited a while and gained points waiting to get it back. For a month I did not get it back. I messaged support and was told it's random. So I stopped using Bing for two weeks. After the two weeks, I checked and I had the Amazon GC back. Cashed out and got my GC this morning. So tip: If you still don't have it, just stop using Bing for two weeks or so. I have a feeling they are doing this to save money. Those who still use Bing after they save money by not giving them the GC. Really imo stupid, but w/e. I got mine back and hope you guys do also.

Autofill radio button yes/no questions set to no via javascript.

When you are doing a survey and there are a bunch of radio buttons for yes or no in regards to different offers.Press ctrl + shift + j to open up chrome console then paste javascript:(function(){var inputElements = document.getElementsByTagName("input");for (var i=0; i<inputElements.length; i++) {if (inputElements[i].getAttribute('type') == 'radio') {inputElements[i].checked = true;}}})();formatted.. (function(){ var inputElements = document.getElementsByTagName("input"); for (var i=0; i<inputElements.length; i++) { if (inputElements[i].getAttribute('type') == 'radio') { inputElements[i].checked = true; } } })();this will select no for every offer on the page. neat!

Encrave AOL Answers.

If you go to your inbox on Swagbucks, click a message, then click "back to inbox," you should get a banner at the top of your inbox that says "Complete this activity for 1 easy Swag Buck!" This brings up Encrave AOL Answers. You are supposed to ask 3 questions or complete 3 tasks on the referenced site. Well here's how to make it really easy:1. Click on the background of the 'type your question' landing page. You get 1/3 tasks for this.2. Then type a quick question. I am doing "Who invented ___?" because it's easy to recycle. 2/33. Click the first answer link. 3/3Takes about 6 seconds? You can keep going back to this banner through your inbox. At least I am able to this morning. Makes meeting the goal really easy today. Here's a proof of it working: this helps out.

Know the Organic Store Brands

You probably know grocery stores offer store-brand items, which can typically help you save some money over regular name brands. But did you know some also offer organic store brands? Here are a few examples:

  • Aldi: SimplyNature
  • Kroger: Simple Truth
  • Publix: Greenwise
  • Safeway: O Organics
  • Target: Simply Balanced
  • Whole Foods: 365 Everyday Value

Tap Into a Local CSA

Find a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to tap into your area’s organic fruits, vegetables, meat and even honey. It’s like a subscription box. You’ll receive monthly, biweekly or weekly boxes of goods. Plus, you’re supporting local agriculture! Find CSA programs near you by searching the USDA’s CSA database.

Buy Organic Meat in Bulk

Did you know you can buy meat in bulk? The idea of it sounds kind of gross, but you can save a ton of money by shopping at your local wholesale meat supplier. Penny Hoarder contributor Shannon Quinn buys her meat in bulk from her local supplier.  She gets three months’ worth of beef, pork, chicken and fish for $50 — and it all fits in her standard-sized freezer.

Shop Seasonally

Stay in your lane — or season. Buying organic strawberries out of season, for example, can cost you a ton of money. Instead, shop and plan your meals seasonally. If you need out-of-season produce, buy it frozen.

Grow a Cost-Effective Garden

If you have a yard — or even shelf space for herbs — consider growing your own fresh produce. Because some veggies require more time, money and love upfront, plant the most cost-effective vegetables, which include salad greens, cherry tomatoes, green beans, herbs, summer squash, carrots and zucchini. Another perk? You’ll know exactly how your produce was grown.