Opinion Miles Club

6 Research Drive, Shelton, Connecticut  06484 United States
Tel: 1.866.360.9568  Contact:
Operated by: Survey Sampling International, LLC

Overall User Rating

12 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkboxAirline Miles
Green checkboxSweepstakes entries
Member Opportunities
Green checkboxOnline surveys
Redemption Info
Miles are automatically credited to your United account upon completing surveys.
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Opinion Miles Club General Information

Offers MileagePlus members the opportunity to earn award miles by taking online surveys. United Airlines miles awarded for completing surveys. Typically around 50-70 miles per survey.
"Miles Galore!"
Thursday, January 22, 2015 by Steve

I'm not sure why other reviewers have not gotten many miles from this web site, unless they have not completed all items in their profiles. Since joining in October, 2013 until today (January 21, 2015), I have completed 815 surveys totaling 45,454 miles. Surveys open in a new window, leaving your account's dashboard window open. I have found that many times the site will display a message saying there are currently no surveys to take, but after closing this window and refreshing/reloading the dashboard window once or twice, new surveys will appear. The web site seems to limit you to between 200-300 miles per day and I have made it a goal of completing 200+ miles per day in surveys. All in all, this is my favorite survey site as mileage is credited to your United Airlines account as soon as the survey is completed. I also use this site's sister sites opinionoutpost.com and surveyspot.com, but they do not seem to offer as many surveys as this site. As someone else mentioned, you cannot wait until you receive an email notification of an available survey. If you have the time, log in every day and you'll see surveys waiting for you.

"Worked For Me"
Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by Katy

Based on other comments I've read I'll go ahead and say I don't work for this company or have any ownership interest. I discovered some survey sites through Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards program and gave up on those rather quickly because I was not earning points at a reasonable rate. I joined Opinion Miles Club and have managed to rack up 1,000 points in a week. I've had a few surveys cut me off saying they already have enough information or I don't qualify but every time but one, it has been early on and didn't waste too much of my time. I had one that did this about 20 minutes in and I was very unhappy about that one. If you visit their website on a regular basis, they've got way more surveys than competing companies so there is definitely a greater chance of earning miles. I check mine in the morning while I'm drinking my coffee and don't mess with it much during the day. If you wait for the emails, you won't earn many points. I recommend joining and realize you are getting miles for very little time and effort.

"don't get the fuss"
Tuesday, December 30, 2014 by Lucy

I have racked 13500 miles in 2 moths (not including the welcome miles). Yes it takes a bit of time every day, but I much rather collect miles than watching mind numbing television. If you wait for the e-mails for an invitation you will get very few miles, instead go directly to the website (opinionmilesclub.com) and go from there.

"Run!!! Complete waste time"
Saturday, December 20, 2014 by Kevin

Every survey has the same results: twenty minutes into a thirty minute survey you are then notified that you are not a match. This company is making money by getting twenty minutes of free survey time.

Do join to get any signing bonus. But once the miles are posted, RUN!!!!

"Complete waste of time"
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 by P

Bait and switch repeatedly. Plus, they collect information for 20 or more minutes, then say "not a match" or conveniently develop a technical glitch so that you can't complete the survey.

The help desk is beyond frustrating, work off of a script and seem incapable of addressing any problem. The only thing they "help" with is to issue the same stock response and refuse to put one in touch with a supervisor.

This is, by far, one of the absolute worst survey sites ever!

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