It’s easy to earn cash for surveys. How much you get paid completely depends on how many paid surveys you attempt and complete. Each online survey has a different payout, with some offering as much as $50. Most will pay less, but also take less time. Expect to earn about 40 to 200 SB points per survey (100 SB = $1), with occasional opportunities with much higher earning potential.
I have been doing surveys off and on for awhile now I recently signed up with these survey sites: 1. sumo surveys 2. survey birds 3. paid research on line 4. preminum surveys they offer high paying surveys between $100 and up to $275 the surveys though are complicated you have to get life ins quotes, car ins quotes medical ins quotes and other misc quotes I filled out all the paper work I had to give my phone number of course so these sales people can call me and try to talk me into buying whatever they are selling I am honest with them and say that I needed to fill out this paperwork for a survey company but I was not interested in buying any kind of insurance my husband is getting tired of all these people calling I get about 10 calls a day sometimes more by my calculations sumo surveys owes me $696, survey birds owes me $519 and paid research online owes me $195 and they have sent me more surveys worth lots of money but I have not done them I do not want to waste my time if I am not getting pair I have sent them all many emails to find out how to get my money but they never reply have you ever heard of these sites or had any complaints about them any ideas how to get my payments I was going to try to get a phone number for them I am still working on that maybe it is unlisted has anyone else out there had dealings with these survey sites any ideas would be appreciated glad I found your website I am going to sign up with the sites that pay cash only and I do have a paypal account because I have sold things on ebay I do not have a regular job so I am trying to make extra money to pay our bills and our dream is to go to Hawaii next fall for our 25th anniversary thanks for listening
One of the great things about Survey Savvy is that they really do offer a great variety of surveys to choose from, so you won’t simply be talking about the consumer goods that you buy on a day to day basis. They have surveys on topical issues and about politics in general, but don’t worry you don’t have to be a political animal to be able to complete the survey – you just need to have an opinion. Another thing I really appreciated about survey savvy is that their surveys are short and snappy, and you can complete them within ten minutes or even less. That means you can quickly earn the points that can then be exchanged into folding cash.
Survey Junkie. This site is a smaller survey aggregator, but it stands out. The site has a clean, easy-to-use dashboard and offers a high point value for each survey you complete. The point system is direct and shows you how much your points are worth in dollars right on the dashboard. But you have to get to 1,000 points, equal to $10, before you can cash out. Check out our Survey Junkie review for more information.
OneOpinion. This site is a survey aggregator with an effective screening process. Its dashboard is informative and displays helpful sections, such as your activity and a customer support form. The site was above average at picking surveys we qualified for. As for the points awarded per survey, 500 or 1,000 points may look high at first, but when converted to actual rewards, you’d get 50 cents or a dollar. Also, you can’t cash out until you reach 25,000 points, equivalent to $25. Read more in our OneOpinion review.
This survey panel is open to people aged 14 and up. They have a lot of options for getting paid, including cash paid to you via direct bank deposit, or you can get a prepaid Visa card. One downside is that you do have to have $50 dollars accumulated in order to request your money, and that might take a while just depending on how many survey invites you end up receiving from them. But, they are legitimate and are known for paying out.
Global Test Market’s tagline is that they are ‘a rewarding experience’, and their position inside our paid survey sites top 20 shows that’s pretty much the truth. From the moment you click on the site you’re greeted by a video showing you how it works, and how you can earn. It’s a nice, reassuring touch, so you won’t have to worry whether this is a legit site or not. Surveys available cover a broad spectrum, from household shopping, to restaurants and motor cars, so you’ll be able to find something you want to fill in, and something you’re eligible for. In 2014 they paid out around thirty million dollars, and it’s easy to gain a share of that money. Check out Global Test Market review.
You can expect to earn $2-$5 for most of the surveys in general. For some special surveys you can earn up to $50 per survey but those are rare. Harris Poll also conducts paid focus group studies where you can earn $50-$100 per study. Usually these focus group studies are 1-2 hours long where you interact with other participants under a supervision of a focus group moderator.
Free to join, the site runs a range of special offers, including awarding prizes at random, giving you daily targets to hit for which you receive bonus points, and posting deals on their social media feeds. They have a great new app and a strong referral scheme. However, like everything, it’s not perfect – it can start to suck up a lot of your time. Swagbucks runs on the premise of incentivising day to day internet use to make both you and them money, so it is worth being aware of this so it doesn’t end up seeping into too much of your life!