These are my top five favorite survey sites. They all have an easy sign-up, you can cash out as little as $1 (for some) and they make taking surveys fun!
If you’re interested in signing-up, here are the links to the sites!
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Looking for ways to save money on groceries? Well, now you can with Checkout 51. Simply download the app here and checkout the weekly items on which you can save money. Sign-up today and get $5 added to your account!
If you’re interested in purchasing fashionable and fitting athletic wear for fair prices, check out Fabletics!
Your first outfit is $25, but if you sign-up with Swagbucks you’ll get $10.50 cash back. If you have also been a member of either SendEarnings or InboxDollars, there’s an email in your inbox that will give you $10 cash back as well! So you spend $25, and you get $20.50 back!
Just be aware that if you do purchase the VIP membership, to skip your months if you’re not going to buy anything, otherwise you’ll be charged about a $30 fee.
I purchased my first outfit for $17.99 (holiday discount) and received $20.50 cashback. I love my outfit; it’s cute, comfortable and fitting especially when I workout. Fabletics is one of the few clothing brands that fit every body type (their largest size is an XXL). I highly recommend Fabletics, I now have active wear that I’m excited to wear.
*I also highly suggest in signing up for offers you are truly interested in.
LEARN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
If you’re interested in learning a foreign language and need help, I suggest Italki. Italki is a community where you can hire a professional teacher (formal training) or a community tutor (informal training) to help you learn a language. The prices vary by teacher and tutor. You will be able to browse their profiles with their qualifications, experience, and reviews finding the teacher that’s best for you. If you want to sign-up on Italki, use this link. After you purchase $10 of credits, you’ll receive an additional $10!
So I’m going to share with you my current progress on various survey sites. I honestly can’t believe how much I’ve managed to make these past few months. Take a look at the pictures below, there are some sites where I’m over $100 !
If you’re wondering how I made money on Swagbucks, you can watch the video below for a step by step tutorial. You can also subscribe to the channel for future tutorials.
If you want to get started with any of these websites, here are the links with their sign-up bonuses!
- Mintvine : $3.00 bonus (Easiest Site!)
- Swagbucks : $3.00 bonus (Second Easiest)
- Inbox Dollars: $5.00 bonus
- Send Earnings: $5.00 bonus
- Screenwise Trends: $up to a $12 bonus for the first month
- PineCone Research: No bonus (but you get $3.00 for every survey you complete!)
- Survey Savvy: No bonus, but they have surveys where you can earn anywhere from $10-$110 per project.
- Vindale: After signing-up, you can earn up to a $4.00 bonus in less than 30 minutes!
(You can earn $20 in less than an hour for signing up, how crazy is that?)
When I first began with many of these sites, I felt like I wouldn’t be able to reach over $15-$20. It felt like it took forever. Then as I become more acquainted with each site, I started to learn their in and outs. I figured what worked best for me on each site. So there are some sites where I only do surveys, others I only do videos, and others where I do a combination of surveys, offers, polls, reward codes, videos, games, and etc… By participating in these survey sites, you will also find yourself trialing products for FREE and being inviting to survey panels where you can either earn gift cards or more money! Even if you don’t have a lot of time in your day, if you can donate maybe 15-60 min a week to each site you’ll start to see progress build. If you are short on time I recommend MintVine, Swagbucks, and Pinecone Research. If you have more time, I’d still recommend starting off with those and when you find yourself at a standstill signing up for more websites. There’s only one disadvantage to signing up and that’s filling out pre-qualification surveys. They can feel overbearing, monotonous and tedious but it’s worth it. What you’re signing yourself up for is extra income! Whether you’re looking to save for holidays, a nice vacation, a treat for yourself, groceries, debt, whatever it may be each time you earn money on these sites you’re helping your financial situation. Just be aware that the money does not come easy or fast, but if you keep at it you’ll be happy with the results. I know I am!
Swagbucks is a great site to make a couple extra bucks. Actually, it’s a great site to make a couple hundred bucks. There’s plenty of opportunity to earn in a variety of ways, they have: surveys, offers, polls, videos, swag codes, games, paid searches, contests and much more. This site can also be a lot of fun, not because it pays but because it’s very interactive. You can watch the video below to get an idea of how to make money and have fun with Swagbucks. When you sign-up you will receive a $3.00 starting bonus (you have to answer some basic profile questions) and then you can move on to making the bigger bucks. You can sign-up with Swagbucks here or you can watch the video to see if it’s for you. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Good luck on your financial journey!
I’m currently obsessed with Mintvine. Why? Well, for starters I get money for not qualifying for surveys. Most sites won’t give you diddly squat. It can range anywhere from 5-30 cents per disqualification. You also get a daily poll which is an easy 5 cents. On top of that the site is just really easy and fun. Normally with everything sites, it’s easy to get overwhelmed but with Mintvine it’s just simple and fun. Take a look at my earnings progress! In the photo it says I have 4643 points that means I have $46.43. 5 pts = 5 cents and etc…
Qriket is a quirky little phone app where you spin to win. All you have to do is download the app to your phone, pick blue or yellow, and spin! You will either get the change which can vary from $0.01 to $15.00 . It’s a fun little way to spend your time and earn money too! You can learn more about the app here.
Cash Crate is what I like to call an “everything” site. You can make money by taking surveys, watching videos, completing offers, taking part in their monthly trivia, and their survey contests. Those are just some of the things they have to offer. I have earned over $100 with their site. It really has helped me with my finances. If you’re interested in joining Cash Crate, but need help watch this video. Good luck to you!
Ever wanted to watch a movie or show and noticed it’s not available in your country? Well, now there’s a way you can widen your selection of the movies and shows you can watch on Netflix. Watch this video to learn how!
What’s your motivation to earn money online? Is it paying off bills, paying off debt, saving up for a vacation, gifts for the holidays, or something else? Well, whatever it is… making money online is a great way to expedite the process. There’s a multitude of ways to earn from taking surveys (SurveySavvy, PineconeResearch,Vindale) to watching videos, searching, more surveys, tasks, and referring friends(Inboxdollars, SendEarnings, Swagbucks, Mintvine), to even shopping online (Ebates) or saving (SaveUp). You can also get cashback on your groceries (Receipt Hog, Ibotta, Checkout 51) There are just so many ways! You can dedicate maybe 15 -30 minutes a day or even a week (depending on your schedule) and make a decent sum. Each year, I’ve increased my earnings by learning new ways to make money on various sites, finding new sites, and just being slightly more savvy (using coupons, getting paid to search, etc…). If you’re getting frustrated with these sites or feel like it’s not worth it, just think of how much closer you’re getting towards your goal each time you earn!
*For more information about individual money making sites read “What Can I Earn and Where?”
*To see how my online earnings has increased through the years, read “Yearly Earnings”
What’s your goal and how are you getting there?