We often take surveys that provides us points and/or money that we use towards travel. The three we use most often are erewards.com, pointsforsurveys.com, and Toluna.com E-rewards has several travel related options that can utilize the points earned. We often alternate between IHG Rewards (Holiday Inn, etc) and JetBlue reward points. Points For Surveys is completely tied into JetBlue, and allows you to ramp up your reward points with the airline carrier. Toluna Surveys provides cash payouts of upward of $30 or more after you meet a high threshold level of survey points achieved.
Each survey tend to take from as little as 5 minutes to more than half an hour to complete. The longer the tests, the more points it tends to be worth. A downsize to these tests is that by asking of demographic questions, you may not always qualify. In most cases, they'll give you some of the points. For example, Points For Surveys will give you 10 points for not qualifying for a survey, but after 5 non-qualifiers in 24 hours, you will earn no points. With Toluna, it can take upward of 3 months or more of taking tests daily to earn the $30 threshold for cash payout.
Do you take surveys, and utilize the points for travel, money, or other? If so, which ones?
Rhonda & Sharee Washington