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Do You GPT Play Games?

Do you play games on your phone? Do you get paid for it?

Honestly, I was never a fan of playing games on my phone. I always felt like it was a waste of time. Until recently, when I learned that I could get paid for it.

So, of course, I looked it this and tried out a few apps.

That was slightly aggravating. Some of them seemed to take too long to earn points. I also ran into a few other issues. It was a lot of wasted time. Eventually, I did manage to find one that seemed to work out best for me. I’m sure I’ll look for more at a later time, but I’m satisfied for now.

I have been using Mistplay for almost a year, and cashed out $90 to date. It would be higher, but I was testing out a few other apps for a while. I also backed off recently so I could focus on a few other things. As far as I’m aware, Mistplay is available on both Android and iPhone.

I received a $10 Amazon gift card on: 9/10/19, 9/26/19, 11/11/19, 11/25/19, 3/9/20, 3/10/20, 3/25/20, 5/3/20, & 8/21/20.

My end goal is to make a few bucks, not actually play the games.

So, I pick the games that pay higher. I also choose ones that I won’t need to stare at the screen to play. This way, I can still make a decent amount and also be able to multitask. For example: If I’m playing Forge Of Empires, I can easily tap my screen to collect things while I’m working on something else. Bingo seems to pay higher, but needs full attention. I’ll play this when I just need to zone out for a bit, or if I’m watching TV.

I also calculate the payouts to get the most out of those too. When your points balance hits 1,800, you can cash out for $5. I like to wait until it hits 3,000 for $10, so I can get more money back. The next payout is 7,500 for $25, which has no benefit for waiting.


For those that are new to GPT play games: The concept is that you play games on your phone, while earning points. Once the gaming app is installed, you would choose a game, then download it via the app. The game also must be launched via the gaming app, each time you play it. The app has to track your gaming activity, so you may need to adjust your security settings. When you have enough points, you can then cash out for an electronic gift card.


Try Mistplay with my referral link, and I will receive 100 points. Thanks! Thanks for visiting & taking the time to read this. I really appreciate it. Feel free to leave comments & share with others.

Mistplay: Games That Really Pay

I had already mentioned Mistplay here on my site in the past, but I really didn’t have a lot of information listed on the Financial Tips page. I just updated this, but I felt the need to spotlight it as well.

Mistplay is a gaming app that you would play games on.

The process is simple:
* Choose the game that interests you.
* Download via the app.
* Open the game and play.

Usually, you will need to adjust security settings so that the app can track your activity. If it doesn’t seem like you are accumulating points, check your phone’s settings.

This has actually become one of my favorite apps, surprisingly. While they are fun, I’m usually not a fan of playing video games. This is only because I feel it wastes a lot of time and I always need to be productive. This particular app has proven to very productive for me. I have made $70 in Amazon gift cards since I’ve started using it, less than a year ago. I’m about to cash out another $10.

Use my referral link to get a bonus 50 points. Let me know what you think.

Everyone’s results will vary. For the most accurate up to date information, see the individual company’s site/app. I’m in PA, US, using an Android phone and Windows laptop to access above mentioned. My only affiliation is that I have personally used these companies and share my referral links, which may pay an incentive.

The Rewards Are The Reason

Sometime soon, I plan to update the Financial Tips page. There’s several more sites to add that I’ve been using. I also realized that I added some that haven’t actually paid me yet. I tend to get side tracked and lose my train of thought. I really want to make a point to separate those that are legit, tried, and true.

That’s the whole point of sharing all this on my site. I’ve experienced not being paid, wasting too much time, contacting customer service multiple times, researching, and so forth. I have been doing the crappy part of the work and discovered what is right for me. Now, those that are interested can partake in the benefits part with me. All I ask is that my referral links and codes are used. Most of the time when you do this, both parties get some sort of extra rewards.

The rewards are absolutely the only reason I do any of this. I honestly never had any interest in playing games on my phone. Except for that time I was obsessed with Dragon Vale for a while, but that didn’t last long. I viewed anything unproductive as a complete waste of time and other things should be done instead. When I learned about being paid to play games, this finally intrigued me. I looked into several apps. One paid me, but then stopped accumulating points. I ran into all sorts of snags, but I have found one that has been pretty decent. It’s called Mistplay. So far, I made $40 and I’m just about to cash out another $25.

I am taking a break from testing out any extra apps at the moment. It’s time consuming and I want to check out a few other things. I definitely need to do more surveys. If you find the right ones, they actually can be profitable. They are a bit of a timed, focused commitment which I struggle with. I will add the ones I have been successful with at some point. My latest endeavor has been testing and receiving discounted and free Amazon items. There’s one site I’ve received several items from, but it’s not always successful. I am working on researching some other sites at the moment.

Are there any apps or sites that you are using to make or save a few extra bucks? Share what works for you and any referral codes you may have as well.