MyLot: What can you do with $5.00?

@WiseGhots (11328)
January 16, 2019 10:55am CST
Probably everyone knows that here, the minimum amount to receive the monthly payment is $5.00. Ok, it's not a fortune, but any amount is important for those who aren't rich, haha!, right? So... What, effectively, can you buy with that value in your country?
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@JohnRoberts (73636)
• Los Angeles, California
16 Jan
I can buy 5 items at the 99 Cents Store. Those in other countries can get a lot more.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Can you buy good things there?
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@JohnRoberts (73636)
• Los Angeles, California
16 Jan
@WiseGhots Yes, I can.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@JohnRoberts Great, my friend.
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@Corbin5 (130935)
• United States
16 Jan
I would buy 5 books at the resale shop.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Books are good investiment.
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@florelway (2641)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
17 Jan
I used to buy second hand books here, but it's been years that I have not read the books since I get glued to this internet mania
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
@florelway Fair enough.
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• Agra, India
16 Jan
It gets transferred in my bank account. I like it growing up each month
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
What a clever plan.
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• Agra, India
16 Jan
@WiseGhots helm.what are your plans with your first payout
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@amitkokiladitya Just saving.
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@just4him (141463)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
16 Jan
Every little bit helps when added to what you have.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Yeah, that's what I think.
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@Sheali (4306)
• India
17 Jan
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@florelway (2641)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
17 Jan
No dollar without a penny. I make sure my first payout goes a long long way as I will put it in my E wallet for my e-loading business.
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@dodo19 (35131)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
16 Jan
Honestly, not really much I can do with that. I can probably a cup of coffee or two.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
But coffee is a GREAT thing.
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@dodo19 (35131)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
16 Jan
@WiseGhots That is very true. Coffee is really good.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@dodo19 I'm totally addicted to it.
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@mandala100 (56255)
• Hong Kong
16 Jan
Use that $5.00 for charity my friend.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
What an amazing answer!
@florelway (2641)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
17 Jan
Very laudable deed my friend.
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@Ladanger (5444)
• United States
25 Jan
That is awesome
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17 Jan
I can buy a snack and a grande size starbucks coffee or tea
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
Starbucks... I love it!
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@Ladanger (5444)
• United States
25 Jan
I love Starbucks
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@WiseGhots (11328)
25 Jan
@Ladanger Me too!
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@responsiveme (22895)
• India
16 Jan
A chicken for dinner
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Wow! It's kinda cheap.
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@Nevena83 (14087)
• Serbia
16 Jan
I could pay a bus ticket and lunch to my child.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
So, $5.00 dollars really can help you.
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@Nevena83 (14087)
• Serbia
16 Jan
@WiseGhots Not really, but for a day at school it's okay.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@Nevena83 Well, it helps anyway.
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@nela13 (13242)
• Portugal
16 Jan
I can pay my children's meals in their schools for 2 days.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
That's a nice thing.
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@nela13 (13242)
• Portugal
16 Jan
@WiseGhots every little help counts, right?
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@nela13 Yeah, every single penny.
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@Fajibar (137)
• Philippines
17 Jan
Hmm, here we have a Japanese thrift store where I could buy 5 items with a dollar.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
Is it good items?
@Fajibar (137)
• Philippines
17 Jan
I guess. Just simple items like key chains and nail cutters and stuff.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
@sofssu (21733)
17 Jan
I have never taken out my earnings from mylot or any other site so far. saving it up for something nice. Maybe a lovely birdbath for my garden. .
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@Sheali (4306)
• India
17 Jan
This reply is the best @sofssu
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@sofssu (21733)
17 Jan
@Sheali Thank you.. I am glad you like it.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
I hope you can do it.
@leny34 (7674)
• Sidoarjo, Indonesia
16 Jan
I don't think that's a big amount, and maybe enough to buy some food
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Well... But Money is money, right?
@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@wolfgirl569 It's a good thing to save money.
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@allknowing (77324)
• India
16 Jan
In India with 5 dollars one could buy 20 kilos of rice. And that is the salary of a labourer - almost per day They demand around Rs. 600 plus food
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@Sheali (4306)
• India
17 Jan
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
20 kilos? That's great (I guess)!
@1hopefulman (37439)
• Canada
16 Jan
With $5 I can buy, at this time, 20 small oranges which would make 3 snacks for me.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
Wooow! Oranges, haha!
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@JudyEv (153825)
• Bunbury, Australia
16 Jan
You can get a small amount of change after buying a drumstick (ice-cream). I could buy a few things at a garage sale or thrift store.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
Garage sales usually are a good thing.
@nomus24g (26526)
• India
16 Jan
I can have a medium Pizza here...
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Pizza!
@nomus24g (26526)
• India
16 Jan
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@nomus24g Puzza is always a good thing.
@Hannihar (52664)
17 Jan
@WiseGhots I look at it whatever I get here helps me. What I get here it has to be converted to shekels. Whatever I make here goes into my Pay Pal account and it adds up. I do not touch it so grows.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
It seems a wise plan.
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• Israel
17 Jan
I try to save the money and if I have an emergency then there is a little cushion and I am not completely broke
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
@rachael5760 You're right.
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@TheHorse (80196)
• Walnut Creek, California
16 Jan
I can buy five Matchbox cars for my 10-year-old neighbor kid friend.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
17 Jan
What a nice thing.
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@TheHorse (80196)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Jan
@WiseGhots He's funny. The other day he dragged me to Goodwill and we bought...a Handel record and a Mozart record for $5 total. The kid actually LIKES classical music.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
18 Jan
@TheHorse Wow! That's great for him!
@lovebuglena (8840)
• Staten Island, New York
16 Jan
I can buy five items at the Dollar Tree, where each item is only $1, however that won't cover the tax. Now it all depends on the cost of the item and whether it's on sale or not but I can buy a carton of eggs and half a gallon of milk and I will even have some money left over. I can buy five scratch-off lotto tickets.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
Your last option looks good.
• Staten Island, New York
16 Jan
@WiseGhots I am thinking of doing that today. But I think I have a $20 bill in my wallet. They do give change but maybe I should just splurge a little. Maybe I will win big.
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@WiseGhots (11328)
16 Jan
@lovebuglena Fingers crossed.
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