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5 Ways to Earn $100 in a Few Hours

Now, back to the lecture at hand. Perfection is perfected so I’m a let ’em understand…er…sorry. Sometimes, when I get excited I start spewing some classic flow…

Anyhoo, let’s get back to the topic of the day. How’d you like to earn an extra $100 in just a few hours? Whelp my friends, there are plenty of easy ways to do just that.

Here’s a fun little list of side jobs that can help you earn $100 in just a few hours. Enjoy!


Babysitting is a great way for anybody, of almost any age, to make some extra cash! It doesn’t take a lot of time and (at the risk of getting throttled in the comments) it doesn’t take a ton of skills either. Simply be available, play with the kids, and make some money

Of course, different types of care require more or less effort. That also means that pay varies. Opening a daycare is one of the best work-from-home jobs for moms, and I’m sure you’ll agree that a professional sitter deserves to make more than a teenager who is just filling in while the kids sleep for a few hours. Experience and location matter as well. If you’re making just $10 an hour, you could easily make $100 in one or two jobs.

Run Errands

Do you have transportation and are willing to help? Running errands for others can definitely put some extra cash in your wallet. There are tons of people needing others to help them out. Some are older, some need physical assistance, and others are busy enough that they’re willing to pay you to help them. Tasks could include things like going to the grocery store, doing laundry, picking up prescriptions, and more.

If you’ve got access to a truck, you might have even more options. People are always looking for help hauling items around town. You can haul away junk and debris, pick up packages and large items, or even assist with a move. The opportunities for picking up odd jobs are endless. Websites like TaskRabbit and Craigslist are a great way to connect with others searching for these types of services.

Clean Houses

Cleaning houses isn’t a particularly glamorous way to make money. It’s hard work, and it can be pretty dirty too. That being said, it is a great way to make extra money on your own time. It pays really well, and there are endless opportunities to pick up jobs. Everybody knows that one of the first thing people do with disposable income is to hire a house cleaner. Take advantage of that and make some money!

Before starting her 9-5 gig, Holly used to clean several houses. My grandmother used to clean houses too. The work is hard but the money is good. In our area, you can easily make $100 for one house that takes just a couple of hours to deep clean. Seriously, if you’re looking to make $100 fast, cleaning is a great way to do it. Print some flyers, drive around your neighborhood, and drop them off!


Speaking of things people do with their disposable, yardwork is another way to make a quick $100. And picking up jobs isn’t that hard; just post a couple of flyers on some street signs, knock on a few doors, and put an ad on Craigslist. You’ll find all the work you need. Seriously, rich people can’t wait to stop doing yardwork.

Even though yardwork might seem seasonal, it doesn’t have to be. You can probably parlay it into a (mostly) year-round job, depending on where you live. In the spring and summer, you can obviously mow lawns and do clean up work. In the fall, rake some leaves and do more yard cleanup. Winter time provides the opportunity to shovel snow, so you can still make a little money even when the grass isn’t growing. Around here, most people make at least $20 a yard or driveway…for about an hour’s worth of work. Pick up 5 jobs, and you’ll make a 100 bucks quickly.

Drive for Lyft

Want to make some extra money on your own schedule? Try driving for Lyft.

Getting set up as a driver doesn’t take much. Just sign up and fill out the required information. After passing a background check, you’re good to go. Earn money with your own car by driving for Lyft. Sign up here!

Freelance Writer

Of course, I wasn’t going to finish this article without mentioning freelance writing! Getting paid to write is a fantastic way to make a quick $100. Most client either pay you by the word or a flat fee to write individual pieces. That type of money can add up fast.

Think about it: If you get paid just $100 to write one blog post, you can probably knock that out in 2 hours. That’s $50 an hour! Or, perhaps you can crank out 2 $50 pieces in 4 hours. You’ve just made $25 an hour. That’s a pretty great gig, right?

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Wrapping Up

Making an extra hundred dollars isn’t hard. There are plenty of jobs available to put extra dough in your pocket. Just look around and put some sweat into it. When you’re willing to do things others won’t, you can turn your effort into dollar signs.

What are your favorite ways to earn a quick $100? Let us know below!