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Earn with AchieveMint

AchieveMint earn money for walking and healthy habits. Do you use a fitbit or other fitness trackers? Do you use the Map My Fitness series apps or other fitness apps? Then AchieveMint is the app for you. This app will motivate you to do more fitness related items to help you earn points so you can later turn those points (50,000 points) into cash, $50.

Earn with AchieveMint

AchieveMint Screenshot

AchieveMint Screenshot

I first learned about AchieveMint in February of 2015, I linked my fitbit and my Map My Fitness apps to it, You earn points based on what you do with those apps.

You can earn points for drinking water, weigh-ins, walking, sleeping, mapping your fitness, tweeting healthy things, entering your calorie intake and much more.

I know I have been using it for over a year, before I reached my level to get my reward. But who knows, it could take you a short amount of time, if you are very active in what you do in those fitness apps and the more fitness apps you link, the more chances of earning points.

They do have a waiting list at times for you to become a member, best to put your name in it and wait for them to accept you.

Like I earned 105 points one time for walking 19,338 steps, 5 points for posting healthy things on Twitter (those are my daily stats that I have automatically posted to Twitter). The more steps you enter the more points you earn, like wise the less steps you take the less points you earn.

I even earned 10 points for a weigh-in. Plus points for using Map My Fitness App. Your points will vary for each activity at times based on number of activity for that item.

If you do more you can earn more points and more points faster than I do. Doing more and linking more apps is key!

It took me just over a year, but I earned the $50 reward, the last week in April 2016 and I submitted for my reward and the email said that I should get my reward within 60 days and that I am no longer able to earn rewards. So AchieveMint is a one time reward. Once you get your 50,000 steps you are done, you can still use the app if you wish, but there is no longer rewards anymore.

On the first week of May, I got an email from GiftRocket, asking me if I wanted it put on a credit card (debit & pre-paid cards not accepted) or my bank account. It ask you for your bank account info to receive your points. It says 3-4 business days on the bank transfer and 1-3 business days for the credit card transfer.

I received my $50 reward on by the end of that week deposited into my account. It didn’t take the full 60 days. I don’t think it took two weeks (14 days day tops). But, I am sure them saying that gives plenty of time for the emails and transfers to go through, etc.


You can also link your AcheiveMint to these apps

  • Fitbit
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • MapMyFitness
  • MapMyHike
  • MapMyRide
  • MapMyRun
  • MapMyWalk
  • ActiveBeats
  • BodyMedia FIT
  • DailyMile
  • EyeDROPS
  • FitBug
  • Foursqure
  • Garmin
  • iHealth
  • Interactive Fitness
  • Jawbone UP
  • Life Fitness
  • Microsoft Health
  • Misfit Wearables
  • Moves
  • MyFitnessPal
  • Personal Workout
  • Run Double C25K
  • RunKeeper
  • Strava
  • Sugar Sense
  • SweetBeat
  • Water Habit
  • Weight Snap
  • Witherings

This list is subject to change without notice. More could be added, as well as, some removed from the list. Not all of these apps are available in the US either. These were just a list of those participating at the time of this blog posting.

Learn more at achievemint.com

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My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. At church I help with the youth, van ministry, ushering or wherever else needed. Currently, I am working on my bachelors of theology. I am a father of an adult child. I work as a graphic designer. I also love listening to nothing but Christian Music. I am an Eagle Scout class of 1994. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle.

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