Rewards value is seriously diminished. $35 of reward dollars earns you a $10 amazon card (if they're even in stock). Survey's usually earn around $5 in rewards and take an average of 25 min. Most of the rewards offered are coupons requiring you to spend money somewhere, such as restaurants.com (which is another rip off - don't ever buy these). And, then they have stipulations attached to them, such as minimum purchases and only available on full-priced items (no sale items). If you like magazines, it might be worth it to you. I only did it for the amazon card and once I finally earned enough to get it, it was out of stock, so not very happy with their program right now.
How is it this panel calls itself E-Rewards, yet the actual rewards are so lame? The vast majority are airline or hotel points, which might be fine if you travel for business or are retired and constantly on vacation, but that's got to be maybe 10-15% of the population? Most the rest of the rewards require you buy something first, in other words you need to spend 20 dollars and up at some site or restaurant just to get the reward. Then there's the magazine subscriptions, about the only thing I use, but the selection could use more broad based titles like Smithsonian or Entertainment Weekly than narrow niche publications like Cigar Aficionado.
Use to be this site offered rewards I actually used, like Borders certificates or Target gift cards, but the first is long out of business and not seen them offer the other in a while.
Oh well, points never expire, so guess I'll just keep taking surveys and sitting on my $600 plus points until they come up with something worthwhile rewards wise.
I've been using erewards for a couple of months now and the accrued funds have been transferred to my upromise account. I think its a great way to earn money for college. You're getting paid to participate in surveys, whats the complaint about? Free rewards - why would anyone complain over something FREE being offered to them??
Not many rewards I want other than the Gamestop powerup rewards, have just a few more surveys to go then I'll be able to cash out for the points for my rewards card.
I've been with e-Rewards for a few years now. I do receive a reasonable amount of surveys and they do pay out in good amounts and will sometimes give you a small consolation amount even if you don't qualify. Their rewards are not that impressive for me, but being that I have children, the Gamestop cards they offer are always my choice. The only thing I don't like is that you would have to earn double e-Rewards dollars to get a gift card that is half the amount, i.e. a $25 Gamestop Gift Card will "cost you" $50 e-Rewards dollars.
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