Some of you will just roll your eyes at this suggestion. It is true that it is a slow-growing balance; however, if you’re a game player it’s a great way to pay for your diamonds or cows or whatever your game needs. We often rent a movie and with our Samsung S7 and then we’re able to screen mirror the movie onto a smart TV. Much better, in my opinion, than watching the movie on the phone, though we’ve done that curled up in bed a few times.
I find that I get two or three surveys a week from Google Opinion Rewards. The surveys are fast, generally just two or three questions. Often on businesses that you’ve recently been by. So, if you’re someone who doesn’t like to have your location on, you are probably not going to get very many survey offers.
The pay varies by the number of questions you answer. As with all surveys, your answers could alter how many questions you get and, then, the total earned per survey. Usually I earn between $0.20 and $0.40 a survey, but I have been paid as low as .$010 and as high as $1.
One con of Google Opinion Rewards is you never see real money. You have to spend all accumulated balance through Google Play, but as I mentioned, you have many games and movies to pick from. Spending your balance won’t be a problem. Also, you can have multiple accounts on different emails and devices to multiply the ‘profit’.
The no real money and the small amount paid per survey is what lead me to pick 8.5 out of 10. Realistically, it’s perfect.
I’d love to hear about your experiences with Google Opinion Rewards or just say hi.