- Online Survey Taker at PrizeRebel
- $2 – $5 per hour
- Published August 23, 2020 by Will Peach
How does Ricky make money online?
Ricky doesn’t really exist. He’s our avatar to represent a typical person participating in online research studies on a site called PrizeRebel.
PrizeRebel is a website that pays you to take surveys, watch videos or complete daily challenges.
As you complete such tasks, you earn points. These points can then be redeemed for cash or gift vouchers from sites like Amazon, iTunes, eBay, PayPal, and more (country dependent).
- 1 point = $0.01
- 100 points = $1
- 1,000 points = $10
Anyone in the US, UK, Canada, or Australia can complete surveys but those outside these countries can still earn from offer walls, tasks, daily points, and gaining referrals.
One of PrizeRebel’s favored features is the fact users can cash out with fairly low earnings. Users in this Reddit post, for example, claim being able to cash out for an Amazon gift card at just $5.
Here’s a quick video from PrizeRebel showing how their platform works…
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How much money does Ricky make?
Earnings from PrizeRebel vary but are generally pretty low.
An average for someone spending a couple of hours completing surveys each day tends to be around the $5-10 mark. So it’s best to assume your earnings will be $2-5 per hour.
Users choosing to watch videos tend to report slightly higher earnings. This is partly because the site allows users to watch videos on up to three devices at once.
Another thing to consider is the individual point allocations of each survey or video. These are set by the advertisers themselves meaning some pay more than others. Each survey will tell you how much it pays out beforehand.
Some users report being disqualified for surveys despite being part of the way through completion. This would mean any potential earnings are then lost.
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What’s Ricky’s background?
Ricky wouldn’t need any particular skills to complete online surveys or watch videos on PrizeRebel.
But with some social skills, he could probably earn more by convincing other people to sign up for PrizeRebel. The more people he convinces to sign up, the higher his reward per referral, as you can see here…
How did Ricky get started?
He would have signed up for PrizeRebel here and got started selecting surveys to complete.
- For alternatives to PrizeRebel, see our list of best survey sites.
What type of online business does Ricky have?
Other ways to make money online
There are many other ways to make money online, to work from home or anywhere in the world.