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What are the best Australian survey sites? Are the rewards worthwhile? What kind of rewards? Is it time consuming? Is it fun? Do you recommend? All experiences and answers would be appreciated. Thanks.


Posted anonymously, 18th May 2015


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  • I like Pureprofile


  • I love My Survey Net and My Opinions.
    When you’re a stay at home mum with time it can be quite fun :D


  • I don’t do any. I used to but found my email was being bombarded by too many junk emails, so I stopped


  • I see a lot about this topic on here and don’t usually click to have a look as I have no idea. This time I thought I would check it out. I had no idea! I might even look into doing it myself. It’s s big thing hey? Wow!


  • I use My Survey Net which I like. The rewards are a choice of gift card or paypal credit. You gain points for completing surveys and then you can redeem them on which available giftcard/paypal/donation you like. I do a few surveys and then usually cash them in for Coles gift cards. They can be time consuming sometimes, but most of them are enjoyable and the points add up.


  • I highly recommend toluna :)
    http://www.toluna.com.au


  • Most are for vouchers which are quite useful. I am just concentrating on your source now. They have in home product tests also which I enjoy.


  • Nine mns rewards is rather good. I do about 3-4 surveys a week and they let you know the reward amount upfront. In 6 months I’ve earned $250 for a JB hifi voucher!


  • well it can be time consuming but if you are bored and want a hobby, then it is worth it. What you earn per month can vary and a lot of surveys glitch up and you will spend a lot on time on them to not get paid for it. Also if you are in the demographic that the company wants to target, that is good, but a lot of older people get screened out all together.


  • Pureprofile
    Myopinions & Rewards Central
    Your Voice
    Valued Opinions

    I do agree that it is time consuming but I’ve been lucky enough to get onto a couple of forums through pureprofile, and the first one was $50 cash for answering 1 question a day for a week and then this latest one is a few weeks, paying $20 per week. There’s been a couple of samples as well where you test the product and then get cash for a survey! Its just something extra that you can enjoy, bit of extra cash here and there and a voucher.


  • Mouths of Mums!


  • There are lots and I really enjoy all of them. Pureprofile, rewards central, valued opinions and my survey would be my favourites and provide the best rewards (in my experience)


  • I ditched all but one about 12 months ago, yes it is time consuming and sometimes the rewards don’t cover the amount of time you put in. Best thing to do is Google, there are lists on the web, join and see how you go for a few months or more and then you can boot the ones that aren’t right for you.


  • I can’t remember the names of the ones I tried but I found I rarely qualified for the survey and that in itself was often quite a few questions. My bro in law was unemployed and using one and ended up getting a kmart voucher and that helped with his xmas shopping


  • I do agree that it is very time consuming but if you are like me a stay at home mum with a little extra time on your hands. It does help with thoose little extras you wouldnt normally buy for yoursef or your family.


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