SurveySpot Reviews and Features

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6 Research Drive, Shelton, Connecticut  06484 US
Tel: 1.866.360.9575   Contact: [email protected]
Operated by: Dynata


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Rewards-dependent. Amazon vouchers require a 500-point ($5) minimum while Paypal starts at 1000 points ($10).

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SurveySpot permanently shut down on June 30, 2019. Opinion World and Opinion Outpost continue to operate.

SurveySpot was launched back in the year 2000, by the market research powerhouse, Survey Sampling International (now known as Dynata). Take online surveys for great rewards and chances to win sweepstakes.


SurveySpot offers 4 different types of rewards for your participation. You can cash out with PayPal, or elect to request iTunes vouchers, Amazon vouchers, or Air Miles! Start cashing out once you have earned as little as $5 in points ($10 for PayPal requests).

New Member Cash Draw

New members automatically receive an entry into the $10,000 quarterly cash sweepstakes draw. Additional entries are awarded each time a survey is successfully completed. The more surveys you take, the better chance you have of winning!

Unfortunately, SurveySpot is no longer operational. Click the button to discover survey panels that are running and are actively looking for new members!

SurveySpot Instant Win Game

All online surveys offer an instant win play where you can play a slot machine or scratch card game with a chance to win additional prizes.

Survey Details

The time it takes to complete an online survey will vary, however most surveys offered by SurveySpot take between 10-15 minutes to complete. Most surveys are rewarded within the range of 50 to 100 points, depending on their length and complexity.

Eligibility: SurveySpot is open to USA residents only.

Note: McAfee antivirus has been known to mistake SurveySpot as an "unsafe" website. You can ignore this warning.

SurveySpot Reviews (373)

5 Star Reviews (100) 26.8
4 Star Reviews (67) 18.0
3 Star Reviews (41) 11.0
2 Star Reviews (54) 14.5
1 Star Reviews (111) 29.8

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love them

September 17, 2010 by Roshan from United States

got my first check!!!

5$ here or there

September 17, 2010 by Dan from United States

They do tend to give out 5$ surveys from time to time.

my wife is actually a member here. I strangely never got emails or survey offers from them after joining, even after asking support.

She said they never paid her for her last "paid" survey, but I've heard good things from other people.

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Lots 'o cash

September 17, 2010 by D from United States

SurveySpot pays quite a bit, but you just have to wait a while for the incentive to be put into your account. It sometimes takes up to 2 months for you to get your cash, but with the amount of paid surveys you get, the cash flow is still high.

My recommendation, do ALL surveys, even the unpaid ones. They sometime lead to paid studies.

Love Survey Spot

September 17, 2010 by Rena from United States

It took me a little while to figure out that you should do every survey they send you. Even if it something that probably wouldn't fit my profile, like pet owner. I click on the survey, answer truthfully, and I get entered into the sweepstakes anyway. But doing every survey they send me, at the end of the survey they tell me about all the open surveys, one at a time. So I just keep taking them until they tell me there are no more available. This is how I get the cash surveys. They are always hidden in there. Because a lot of times the survey links they send me for cash surveys are usually expired by the time I get around to them.

They have changed

September 17, 2010 by Nyeima from United States

I have been apart of SurveySpot for over 5 years and previously you had a really good chance of winning one of the prizes and the incentives were great. Since they have changed to the new "instant win game" It's a joke now. How can one person have 100 entries for almost every survey taken and never win a prize? I think they put that in place to limit the amount of prizes won.

I really enjoy taking the surveys and they send enough that you should be able to win but now I only take the surveys they send me with a guarenteed incentive.