I do not know about you all, but I love trying new things and earning money. Nevermind just a side hustle, there are other ways to earn big and small money. Some people turn to coupons, some go for cashback opportunities, and others opt for surveys. Find out if taking surveys for cash is a legitimate way to earn more.
My Experiance Taking Surveys for Cash
I do not do surveys frequently for cash. In the past, I tired some sites out, but the effort and time put into completing the surveys did not turn up much profit. Today, I use one website to complete surveys. That site is e-rewards. They send you surveys multiple times a day based on your established profile. Most surveys are product research.
While you do not qualify for each survey available, if you attempt them you get paid around .50 cents in e-rewards. If you complete a survey through to the end you get more. These rewards dollars are roughly equal to half its price in dollars. My rewards were used to cash in on hotel points, $25 Red Lobster and $50 Starbucks gift cards. I spent several hours and multiple days to get up enough money for those items using them as gifts for the holidays.
There are many other sites you can try to earn cash for doing surveys. Aside from my experience, I have heard good things about PrizeRebel and Swagbucks. If you have the time to dedicate to filling out a few surveys a week, you get a good amount of money by year-end. Use that money for the holidays, savings, or to treat yourself.
Many people will say, taking surveys for cash is a waste of time. Depending on the site you use, they may be right. You need to find the right surveys like e-rewards, Swagbucks, and PrizeRebel to make taking surveys worth your time and energy.
Shatel Huntley has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University. In her spare time, she works with special needs adults and travels the world. Her interests include traveling to off the beaten path destinations, shopping, couponing, and saving.