I’ve been doing some rearranging, and thought that I would move the survey section to it’s own page.
There are several apps and sites that will pay you to take their surveys. A lot of them are very time consuming, and don’t pay very well. I have done several of them, and gave up quickly. I have a short attention span, get confused easily, and forget. So surveys aren’t the best for me. I have read about lots of people having a ton of success, so please do not let me discourage you. I hope to focus on this a lot more now.
On the new Survey Sites page, you will find the ones that I have been able to manage so far. I’ve made about $500 with them, and I’m currently testing a few others. Try some out with my referral links so that we both may receive an added bonus. Thanks!
Mistplay is an app that pays me to play games. I have already made $130 so far. When you use my referral link, I will receive extra points.
At the very least, I try to log into the Mistplay app daily and play for a few minutes. Then I’m able to collect a few streak bonus points (units).
Every so often, a game will be “boosted” for a limited time. This means that units are earned faster with an increased reward speed. I always install these games right away and play them as much as I can until the boost is over.
If you log in now, there are two boosted games. If you haven’t tried the app yet, please use my referral link. More information can be found on the Extra Money page.
I just redeemed points for another $50 Amazon gift card from YouGov. This has been my third payout over the past year, for a total of $115.
I even missed several surveys, so I would have actually made a bit more than that since they are pretty generous with points
YouGov has been listed on my site for a while now, and I have written about it in the past. I just felt the need to share again, since it’s proving to provide a decent amount of extra money for the time spent on it.
If you are interested in trying out YouGov, please use my referral link. I will receive extra points, which I greatly appreciate.
Just so that you are aware, there are two apps. YouGov is the Panel app for surveys, which can also be done on a computer. YG Pulse is the app that runs in the background of your phone, automatically accumulating points.
I really do love getting these emails from Coupons.com.
This site have always been a great source for printing coupons. Most people don’t know that you can also link loyalty cards to your account. I have my Giant Food connected. You can then add digital coupons to your card through the site or the app. I always add all of them, just in case. Then these random emails pop up in my mailbox, like an added bonus.
Coupons.com is also another one of those sites that I use to scan my receipts. While some stores are linked, others are not. This includes Dollar General, Target, Walmart, and several more. So you’ll have to upload the receipt in this case. You also need to know the coupon that is being redeemed first because you’ll need to scan those items. It’s a little extra work, but you’re getting paid for it.
Why not sign up, if you haven’t already. If you have, make sure you’re taking advantage of all the savings.
I just cashed out another $10 from Receipt Pal. That brings my total to $55 so far. That’s a decent amount just for scanning my receipts.
You can scan most receipts with the Receipt Pal app. They have sweepstakes that you automatically get entered into. You can connect multiple emails to be scanned for digital receipts. I also have my Amazon account connected.
Last I checked, you can get cards for Amazon, Target, Best Buy, iTunes, Lowe’s, Starbucks, VISA, and Walmart.
If you try them out, please use my referral code: PPTWMPZJ. Thank you!
I just cashed out another $15 Amazon gift card from Inbox Dollars. That makes $45, since I started using this site in 2019. My first payment of $30 was in February of 2020.
For me, it’s been very slow to accumulate. This is because I rarely do a lot of the tasks. Inbox Dollars pays you to take surverys, watch videos, read emails, shop, complete offers, and more. But, I feel like it’s still worth it as a passive app.
If you try it out with my referral link, I’ll get an incentive. Thank you!
I’ll be doing my end of the year calculations soon, where I will figure out what apps and sites have been the most profitable. It will help me to determine what is worth my time to continue using.
All of it is very time consuming, regardless of what is being done. It also gets overwhelming. That’s added anxiety that I don’t need. So, I try to limit it any way I can. Not to mention, there’s only so much time in a day.
I’ll share once I have the data. I also want to do some year end assessments of some of the companies. In the meantime, I’ve been cleaning things up a bit across the site. I may be making a few more changes.
I downloaded Mobile Xpression in November 2019. According to their site…
Once a week, I click on the app. It opens a browser. I click continue, then collect five points. When you accumulate thirty points, you can trade them in for a $5 digital gift card to Amazon, Dunkin Donuts, and more.
In one year, I’ve made $65 on this app. Just from clicking a few buttons once a week. That’s not bad at all. This is one app I’m definitely going to continue using.
There’s no referral information, I just really wanted to share, since Mobile Xpressionis one of favorites.
I just added National Consumer Panel to the list of apps to scan receipts with. The difference with this one is that you don’t actually scan the receipt. Instead, you scan each item purchased. You then need to enter price and if coupons were used or if it was on sale. There are also surveys to do. I couldn’t find any referral information, but still wanted to share since I just cashed out a $25 Amazon gift card.