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How to turn Pennies into Dollars with Reward sites- My favorites

When I first started out, I signed up for everything; I was quickly overwhelmed and had nothing to show for it). I gave up within months, on almost all of them. Below you will find the ones that were worth sticking out, some I found along the way and a few new additions that seem promising.

Online Point Reward Programs

Swagbucks- Reward program that pays in digital dollars,("Swag Bucks" ) that can in return be traded for a huge variety of gifts, or gift cards. 

You can earn Swag Bucks from participating in wide range of activities such as searching the web, taking surveys, watching videos, filling out offers, printing and using coupons in store, shopping at specific online stores and playing games.

My experience, Swagbucks is listed first for a reason, I have been a member since 2009,  and have never had a problem. The earning is steady,and pretty dependable. Every once in a while you'll get a survey/offer that doesn't credit. 

Instant Gift Cards (InstaGC)-  Earn rewards fast and cash in instantly, as low as a dollar. You earn points by taking surveys, offers, videos and tasks.

My experience, This is one of the newer sites that I have joined, and it has quickly became one of my favorites. There isn't a large range of activities, but there is always something and it takes very little to cash out. In the 6 days, I have been here I have cashed out 5 times, 2 of those being at $5. Have always received payment within seconds.

My Points-  Reputable site accredited by the BBB, Earn points for Gifts cards through Shop & earn, searching,games and surveys. 
My experience, I have been a member since 2008, and have never had a problem.. On the  other hand, I have also earned very little since I do not shop much online.  Once you earn enough points, it takes a while for the reward to show up. MyPoints is still at the top of my list for sites I recommend, it is the only site that I would trust giving my credit card information to. 

ZoomBucks, Reward program that pays in digital dollars,("Zoom Bucks" ) that can in return be traded for gift cards. 

You can earn by participating in wide range of activities such as searching the web, taking surveys, watching videos, filling out offers, and playing games.

My experience, The points need for redeeming gift cards are a bit steep, I have heard that payment takes close to a month. I have yet to cash out, but will keep you updated on the process. 

Gift Hulk, Reward program that pays in digital dollars, search, video, games surveys, daily polls and tasks. (Still learning)

iRazooReward program that pays in digital dollars, Coupons, search, video, shop & earn, games surveys and tasks. (Still learning)

Other Reward programs worth mentioning...

Viggle- Get rewarded for watching T.V with the Viggle app, this is probably the simplest form of point earning. You literally just check in with your smartphone and rack up the points. 

My experience. The rewards vary, and are always changing. I have enough points to cash in but am holding out for a better reward. 

e-Rewards- Survey site, This is one of the few survey sites that I belong to. The rewards are not the greatest but they do pay.

BzzAgent, Bzzagent is technically not a reward site, it is a word of mouth marketing... but it is so awesome that it is worth mentioning. You get to try out new products, tell your friends about it, fill out a report and then you are rewarded MyPoints (see 3rd listing from top)

MyCokeRewards, This is one I am sure everyone has heard of, You collect points from coke product packaging and bottle caps, and turn them in for awesome rewards. They are constantly updating there catalog, and there is always something fun. 

My experience, Been a member for at least 4 yrs, have had account hacked (followed a link from an external site, thinking it was coke) once in that time and Coke rectified the problem right away. Right before Christmas, I was able to cash out 2 $25 gift cards, 2 $5 gift cards and received 4 free 12pk- cola coupons, I have also cashed in for electronic, t-shirts, Club Pogo passes, and collectibles throughout the years. .   

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