Paid survey sights.

(17 Posts)
Happymumof3tob Wed 23-Nov-16 18:05:41

Need some advice. Are they worth it?

I am trying to pay off my credit card bill. About £400. And i thought even just a couple of pounds a month extra would help.

I joined 3 today and im not sure if its worh the time.

Anyone else use them?

What are the best ones?

Any pennies would be really helpful right now.

EmpressOfTheSpartacusOceans Wed 23-Nov-16 18:13:57

I use www.talkinsights.com and get surveys roughly every week / 10 days. The points don't mount up that quickly though, I earn a £20 reward voucher a couple of times a year maybe.

Polarbearflavour Wed 23-Nov-16 18:18:28

Opinion World - I get around £10 a month but I get Amazon vouchers - they do a PayPal option.

Happymumof3tob Wed 23-Nov-16 18:21:55

Thanks guys will give them a try. I have some time in the evenings so thought why not try and make a few pounds...

lolalament Wed 23-Nov-16 18:25:07

I use Swagbucks and have earnt about £20 this month so far

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Wed 23-Nov-16 18:27:13

I do occasional mystery shopping:

uk.marketforceshopper.com/

whyohwhy000 Wed 23-Nov-16 18:31:18

I use Qmee. Basically you install something in your browser and you just search normally. You'll sometimes get suggestions on the side of Google/Amazon/Yahoo/Ebay and some have +5p or +10p on them. When you click on them, that gets added to your account. There are also paid surveys about once every two days (about 50p each). You can cash out whenever you want (no minimum) - either to your PayPal account (which you can get sent to your bank account) or as a gift card.

whyohwhy000 Wed 23-Nov-16 18:31:38

I should have added that I earn about £5 a week.

Happymumof3tob Wed 23-Nov-16 18:54:49

ooo noted thanks guys. so its deffo worth it then

lolalament Wed 23-Nov-16 23:09:52

It's not going to make you rich. But you can make a bit of extra money. If you're the kind of person who browses the Internet whilst watching TV or in bed or similar then you might not even notice you're doing it as you won't have to do anything too much difference

Clueless131417 Sun 27-Nov-16 14:14:50

Yes I've got into it a bit now. Banked about £5. So not too bad. Thanks for the help guys x

PurpleMinionMummy Sun 27-Nov-16 16:00:59

If you find the right ones yes.

I've had £35 in amazon vouchers and £239 in cash since Jan.

chugnut Sun 27-Nov-16 16:12:15

Far easier to make money matched betting, explanation here: http://www.profitaccumulator.co.uk/idevaffiliate/idevaffiliate.php?id=5979
(It is an affiliate link or you can google profit Accumulator)

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers Sun 27-Nov-16 16:47:25

Betting is still betting. Not earning.

chugnut Sun 27-Nov-16 17:00:49

Nope matched betting ensures a return as you utilise the offers from bookies to make or earn money. It's not the same as just betting randomly

Beth2511 Sun 27-Nov-16 17:02:44

when I have time I can easily earn £50 from swagbucks a month

Happymumof3tobe Sun 27-Nov-16 17:06:34

I wouldn't use a betting sight.

I have had a go at a couple. They are reasonable but ergh a bit repetitive. I know I know. But how tedious. Might try it for a bit longer

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