Try the Root App & Get $25! (No Strings Attached)
Get $25 just for trying the Root car insurance app!
Need ways to make money in college without a job?
Then you’ll dig this offer!
Root Insurance Sign Up Bonus
If you missed the $50 bonus from Root, there’s still an opportunity to score $25.
Root car insurance is offering new customers $25 just for trying out their app and getting a car insurance quote from them!
The best part:
Whether you take the quote or not, they’ll still send you the money.
All you need to do is:
Create an account by clicking here, download the app and then see if you qualify for a quote. The quote takes 2-4 weeks while the app on your phone keeps track of your driving habits.
There are no credit cards and no commitments.
Once you get your quote you are NOT obligated to take it to receive your $25 bonus.
There are no strings attached to this offer, just know that calculating your quote takes 2-4 weeks.
How can I cash out the $25?
Processing of the $25 bonus can take up to 2 business days after completing the test drive.
Once your quote is complete you will then be shown it, again you are not obligated to take the quote to receive your bonus.
NOTE: After viewing your quote wait awhile and then you will receive a notification letting you know that you earned the bonus. You should get an email letting you know, as well.
The $25 you earned will then be mailed as a check to your address.
But if you earn referral credits…
Payment options include vendor gift cards (Amazon, Restaurants, etc.), Paypal, or bank transfer.
All, in all I think this an awesomely easy way to earn a little cash! And hey, you might even find out you can get a better car insurance rate on top of it.
What do you think about this Root Insurance offer?
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Charlie is the co-founder of College Life Made Easy and author of the book 175+ Things to Do Before You Graduate College. She’s a 2015 graduate who teaches overwhelmed students and parents of students how to confidently navigate the whole college thing. As a former broke college kid, she’s passionate about helping students develop the skills they need in order to thrive (instead of just survive), stress less, and actually enjoy the full college experience.