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Shop and Scan Rewards Panel
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Shop and Scan Rewards Panel

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Kantar Worldpanel is a leading company in the UK running consumer panels. We operate a number of different panels looking at purchasing and usage of many things from Groceries to Fashion.

As a panel member you'll receive regular rewards - usually in the form of points which can be exchanged for high street gift vouchers. You'll also have access to competitions and prize draws as well as other member benefits.

The information provided by our panels is used by manufacturers and retailers to understand how popular, or not, the products they make and sell are. So your help really makes a difference.

To volunteer to join one of our panels please click here to access the online application form.

Please note that because we have to keep our panels demographically balanced there may not be a vacancy straight away and there is no guarantee that you will be invited to join.

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MrsPacker
MrsPackera year ago

sunshinemum I was a member of the Shop and Scan Rewards Panel and when I signed up I was not informed that anyone who signs up for it must have a computer or a Laptop. The company who runs the Shop and Scan Rewards Panel should make it clear to people who sign up for it. I wanted to let you and other people know before they sign up for it. sunshinemum I hope you understand why I am letting you and other people know what I went through and how the company who runs the Shop and Scan Rewards Panel don't want people to do it if they don't own a computer or a laptop.

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sunshinemum
sunshinemuma year ago

No problem, might help others and save them some time and dissapointment but for all those who can access desktop or laptop, can highly recommend it...

Hope you and Brett are ok, take care x

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Will4molly
Will4mollya year ago

I do this and earn about £200 in vouchers every years.

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umeedkiroshni
umeedkiroshnia year ago

Will4molly what v have to do plz

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kalancucka
kalancuckaa year ago

I’ve got mine a week ago and already started. We’ll see how it will looks like for rewards

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GSM
GSMa year ago

Totally recommend this. Easy money and very professional

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LyndseyVC
LyndseyVCa year ago

I'm on the Kantar shop and scan panel, it's the only reason I turn my personal laptop on 🤣 easy way to make money! You may also get invited to the web and TV panel, and their food on the go panel, all of which offer additional points!

Points mean prizes!!! 🎉🎉🥳🥳🥳

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flynny39
flynny39a year ago

LyndseyVC hi there so in your opinion is the work worth the rewards, it just seems to waste my time wen I join panels that's all ***

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LyndseyVC
LyndseyVCa year ago

flynny39 definitely, the basic shopping and receipt panel earns about £7 a month for about five minutes a week, if you're invited to food on the go it's at least another £1 a month, but that one you get more if you register more purchases (takeaway or food bought out and about), the TV and Web panel (passive) is £6.60 a month plus £30 on the anniversary. Works out at £130+ a year.

There are also occasional surveys that are only 5-10 minutes long and usually £1.50 a time.

Panels like this generate my Christmas budget 🤣🤣

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archanat
archanata year ago

Thank you so much for sharing with us

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umeedkiroshni
umeedkiroshnia year ago

Hi anyone can tell me what to do

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sunshinemum
sunshinemuma year ago

You just need to fill in the online application form and they will get back to you if you're successfull

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