Ways to make money while travelling round the UK

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Ever been in the mood to just go travelling but the idea of dealing with the finances scares you immensely? Well here are some great tips for making some money whilst you are on the move – no more excuses for putting off those travel plans.

Get cashback when shopping
The odds are you will be shopping on your travels. This is a great easy way to make and save money. Buy through the sites and get a percentage of that money back, build it up and get it paid to you in vouchers or bank transfer. Some banks also offer cashback when using your debit card too.

Play Online
Feeling bored in the evenings? Sat in the local pub? Currently in transit? This can be a fun way to make a bit of money, if done responsibly. If you 18 years+, you can try your luck with some online sport betting games, and keep up to date with the latest games across the country.

Work on the go
There are some amazing job opportunity you can do on the go, from freelancing and blogging, MLM companies and much more - work from your phone and switch off when you want. These do require a bit more of your time, but it can still be flexible and bring you in a little extra cash.


Busking
Do you have some kind of talent? Many travellers are playing an instrument, juggle, dance and even sing their way around the world. It may not be legal in some places though, so be sure to check the rules.

Before you leave, Sell your unwanted items
The chances are if you haven't used it in 6 months you don't really need it. It could help raise some vital funds for your travels, the best places to sell are local selling groups on social media (then you don't need to worry about sorting postage) but you could go to boot-fairs or go on online.


Going travelling does not have to leave you struggling... so grab your backpacks and lets go! 
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Of course, there are many more ways to earn money while travelling as well, so if you have anything you’d like to add, please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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