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I thought it might be useful to group some of the top survey sites that I often use.

πŸ–± Register with a few of these survey websites and you will soon start earning points that you can trade in for high-street vouchers, donate to your favourite charities or simply transfer to PayPal or your bank balance. πŸ‘

😍 Some of the survey sites also offer you the chance to keep and test products too. What’s not to love about free stuff?

These are just a few of the top survey websites out there. There are lots more to be found. πŸ”¦

πŸ–₯ Get stuck in and you’ll be reaping the rewards before you know it. Enjoy! πŸ’–

I hope it helps.

Clare.

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BzzAgent: https://www.bzzagent.co.uk/

Clicks Research: https://www.clicksresearch.com/

GFK Media View: http://panel.gfkmediaview.com/

Global Test Market: https://www.globaltestmarket.com/

Inbox Pounds: http://monetisetrk5.co.uk/?a=12240&c=12932&s1=

Ipsos: http://monetisetrk6.co.uk/?a=12240&c=1&s1=

Mingle: https://mingle.respondi.com/

Mint Vine: https://mintvine.com

Newvista: Live https://www.newvistalive.com/

Opinion Outpost: https://www.opinionoutpost.co.uk/en...

Opiniumresearch https://www.opiniumresearch.com/Por...

Panel Base: https://www.panelbase.net/

Pinecone Research: https://www.pineconeresearch.co.uk

Populus Live: https://www.populuslive.com/

Prolific: https://www.prolific.ac/

Survey Bods: http://www.surveybods.com/

Swagbucks: http://www.swagbucks.com/

Valued Opinions: https://www.valuedopinions.co.uk/

Yougov: https://yougov.co.uk/

Ceebers
3 years ago
What do you think of this?
Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

CHoward I do those too. The Post Office have one (Β£100), also New Look (Β£250), Bon Marche, Waitrose (Β£500) Dunelm (Β£250) and Iceland seems to occasionally but not at the moment. It is always worth a quick look.

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LynnRoberts
LynnRoberts2 years ago

Thank

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garygemmell
garygemmell2 years ago

Very comprehensive list ta!

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Just been out to spend my TK Maxx vouchers. I bought 4 large and 4 small tumblers to match the wine glasses I won and only had to pay Β£5 so was pleased with that. TK Maxx is very good for reasonably priced glasses and suchlike.

I'm quite to way to go for my next vouchers.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

TK Maxx is brilliant for homeware! Even better when a voucher pays for most of it!

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Gems
Gems2 years ago

https://www.albavolunteers.com/

i have tested a black soap from these people before, ive had a couple of email surveys as well

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

Spotted this on my travels this morning...FREE sample of Pet Wound Rapid Treatment Spray. https://www.fauna-care.com/test

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

TK Maxx also does till receipt surveys. They are on the back of the receipt. 10 chances to win Β£1000 in a daily draw Β£1500 worth of prizes in a weekly draw or a Β£250 gift card in a weekly draw.

You can also sign up for their In-Moment Panel to give reviews and win rewards.

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

I do enter the Morrisons monthly comp. In it to win it is my motto!

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

Totally agree about the in it to win it! Definitely my motto too!

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

I look at till receipts automatically now. They don't take too long and you have plenty of time to do them so I try to get them done. The Post Office is a bit irritating because I can't seem to get to it by going straight to the survey but I still do it. My broadband is with the Post Office so I get the receipt when I pay that.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

I've just signed up with Ipsos Mori. I've done one survey, no points showing, but I guess that takes a while like Toluna does. Mori polls are what are using during elections, right? So if we get some more elections/referendums we are all going to making some points. 😎

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Ipsos Mori, Populus and Yougov all have more during elections although I never get anything from YouGov and did them for years. Ipsos Mori usually add your points pretty well straight away.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

I think Mori's 1st survey was just the 'tell us about yourself' bit that all survey sites do. Today they emailed me with a proper survey and the points went straight on. I also noticed last night that I hadn't completed all profile surveys at Toluna, so I ended up with 1,400 plus points yesterday from them. YouGov - I have a story about them and what happens when they decide to pick your address to take part in a survey. Not from being a member, just at random from electoral register. To cut a long story short, they wouldn't leave me alone. Banging on my door day and night (literally). In the end I had phone them and threaten them with a cease and desist from a solicitor if they did not leave me alone. It was a survey from the government about housing for young people (because clearly I'm an expert in this area *rollseyes) that they do every year. They wanted to know all my finances etc. I laughed when I got the letter as there was no way I was taking part in this. Little did I know they were going to bang on my front door 7 days a week trying to get me to take part. That went on for almost 2 months. My reward for letting a strange man into my house and doing an interview that would last up to an hour was a Β£10 love to shop voucher. No way.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

I don't use either, so can't give you an insight, but that story is awful! I would have threatened them with an order from a solicitor too! That is just shocking behaviour. If you didn't want to do it they should have respected that and left you alone!

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

MrsCraig Absolutely. When I looked them up online that was their standard behaviour. The people sent to your house only get paid if you talk to them, so they don't give up. Also they say once your postcode has been selected, they can't pick any other postcode and you are the chosen one - even though you never asked to take part! They also target single people mostly- this can be young, old. A lot of elderly people being harassed. It was really quick shocking and this is how the government operates as it was their survey! Once I kicked off big time down the phone, they left me alone.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

ShellyAnn That is awful! If they had constantly been at our door, my husband would have told them in no uncertain terms where to go! Elderly people should not be targeted like that! If it was my granny then mother in law,father in law, me and my husband would all be straight on the phone at them! It isn't your fault that they don't get paid until they talk to you! I reckon they can easily pick a different postcode, they just can't be bothered! Disgusting!

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

I like Mori. They just don't have that many surveys that I can do but they are efficient and seem impartial (unlike YouGov which is owned by a Tory).

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

I do use both of these sites. You Gov not so much for the reasons stated. That site is very biased. Plus it is taking me an age to get to 5000 points. I am only 50% of the way there and I have been using the site for ages.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

I've just had 35 points from Ipsos Mori for not doing a survey. I only did about 3 clicks. That's not bad. I sometimes think most of my survey points come from failed attempts to do them.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Maybe we all spoke too soon on Toluna improving. I was doing surveys yesterday and getting bounced out, but it wasn't taking me back to the Toluna homepage, then when I did complete one it said there was an error and I didn't get back to the homepage where normally it would say congratulations you've completed. Then when I tried to log in later on, I couldn't. I haven't been able to log in as it says there are errors with either my email address or password (there's not), so I tried to log in via Facebook, no wasn't having that, so then I tried to clicking forgotten my password (eventhough I haven't) and it wouldn't let me submit it! I contacted them yesterday saying I can't log in and I just did again. I was doing a bit too well with them over the last few days. Annoying because I was going to junk them after I got my voucher after all the bad stories I'd heard about them, but as that arrived so fast, I carrried on.

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

I have complained to Toluca. They owe me Β£30 worth of Costa Cards. They are months late in getting these to me. Not good. Next time I am choosing PayPal.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Ceebers That's terrible! We all take the time to do the surveys and then they don't want to deliver the reward. I did get back into Toluna. They emailed to say they had tech issues.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

I spent ten minutes doing one with them yesterday and then it said I wasn't eligible. I think that if you get past 5 minutes you should get the points anyway. Then I tried another 4 and wasn't eligible. It isn't bad enough to junk them yet but their website management does not seem to be up to the size of the company.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

This is true. I've sat there and done surveys for 20 mins and been bounced out or I've gotten to 98% completed and then all of a sudden I'm not eligible. Very annoying.

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mso
mso2 years ago

I used Toluna for a while but to be honest I received lots of email inviting me to do a surveys but every single time I didn't qualify half way through 😞 That was my first survey website that I used and it did put me off a bit. I might go through your list and try it other one again though.

Thank you for everyones coments, they are super helpful πŸ‘πŸ»

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

Good luck and just stick with the ones you like best. 😍

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mso
mso2 years ago

Ceebers I will try one or two 😜

Thank you 😘

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sarahtwinmom
sarahtwinmom2 years ago

Just signed up to toluna and keep doing surveys but my points arent increasing?? Am i do something wrong or id this how it is.........does anyone have anything good come from it? should i keep going?

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

They can be frustrating but I have had a Β£15 TK Maxx voucher from them and I am currently at just over 50,000 points. They are one of the slowest sites but they do seem to have the most surveys.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

It takes toluna up to a few days before they add your points after you complete a survey. I logged in yesterday and found my balance shot up by over 3000. Talking of surveys, mingle sent me one. I laughed as I have never completed a mingle survey as I am never eligible to take part and get bounced out after a couple of minutes and end up with 5 points for trying. Well, knock me down with a feather, I completed a survey!!!! A whole 40 points coming my way. 🀩 😁

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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2 years ago

Do not spend it all at once... 🀣

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Ceebers I'm going to save it for 5 years as that is how long it will take me to reach any kind of pay out figure from mingle.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Toluna are playing up again. Spent 15 minutes doing a survey and very last click - 'it's not you it's us' so lost the points. The annoying thing is that it was about the Guardian which I quite liked having a moan about (I think it's gone downhill) but they won't get it.

I hope it is just a temporary blip because I had it for ages before and I have over 51,000 points.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Toluna have been up and down all week. The hamster keeps falling out of the wheel that operates the site. 🀣

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

ShellyAnn I've found that. I finished one. My points got updated, then it started going pear shaped. Its hard not to be cynical as it happened last time when I ran up a lot of points but I think you are right, it is incompetence rather than anything more sinister.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Toluna seems to be behaving again for the time being. I got one done but decided to leave it at that for now.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

Since joining Nectar Canvass on 16th January, I have earned just under Β£10 in points. So pleased, really glad I found it!

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CHoward
CHoward2 years ago

Toluna is really good - I've earned Β£40 in Amazon gift cards in just one month. They haven't arrived yet, but it does say to allow up to 6 weeks.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Image I have a feeling I'll be posting the hamster a lot. 🀣

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

If anyone does swagbucks this website puts the codes up so you can get points that way. http://sc-s.com/

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Toluna is such a joke. I have 2 cases open with them right now - the dried up mascara and yet another survey I completed that took 30mins and then the error screen comes up. They have told me I'll be getting a survey to fill in on my dried up useless mascara, which I can not test as it is dried up. I have to complete the survey and say it is dried up. I should have quit Toluna when I got my starbucks voucher and left it at that.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Mascara shouldn't dry up that quickly, especially if the tube hadn't been opened before. Shops keep it on the shelf for years.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

Exactly. I wonder if it had been opened before. Plus that product test ended back on 25th Dec. Why did they send it to me now? And they want me to review it! Erm, how when it is dried up? I also at the moment can't access my points at Toluna and am completely unable to log into Mingle. Toluna were no help in their email. I thought they would say sorry and send a new one. The only survey site I don't have problems with is swagbucks.

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Jaycee5
Jaycee52 years ago

Yes, that's the deal really isn't it. You do a review and get the product for doing it. If the product is unusable you are doing it for nothing. I haven't been able to get any surveys through Toluna for a while. They seem to keep sending me the same ones that I have already been rejected for.

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CherylParry
CherylParry2 years ago

I'm making roughly Β£7 per week with qmee , I get more surveys by refreshing the page a few times a day http://qm.ee/5C9E3CC9

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lizzie95xx
lizzie95xx2 years ago

Does anyone know if this one is legit - I dont rember signing up to it 'McCormick Consumer Testing'

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 years ago

I haven't heard of them so unfortunately can't help you. I would say if you aren't sure that it is legit then don't go with it. Better to be safe. You could always put the name through scamadvisor, it might give you an idea.

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CHoward
CHoward2 years ago

I've had an email from them too - filled in the survey they sent but they only put you into a draw to maybe win some vouchers. I don't think you actually earn anything from them.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn2 years ago

I had that one too. I couldn't remember. Apparently it was to do with testing herbs and spices, which just about rings a bell with me. I did apply for something to do that.

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