on your computer

  • Install QMee
    QMee is one of my personal favourites. It isn’t something that takes up your time like a GPT website; it’s just a browser addon that runs in the background. When you search for things (usually online shopping related), sometimes QMee “sponsored results” will show alongside your regular search results. You earn a little bit of money from each one you click on - typically $0.06-$0.18
    You can instantly withdraw your earnings via PayPal with no minimum!
  • Put ads on your tumblr
    I recommend Chitika. They’re far less strict than Google AdSense, and their ads are easily customisable (size, colour, layout…). Plus, they won’t randomly ban you without reason like AdSense has done to me.
    Keep your ads small and unobtrustive, but make sure they’re visible. Take my blog for example. I put ads under my posts on each page, and under my post but before the notes on my permalink pages.
    You can withdraw your earnings via PayPal at a $10 minimum.
  • Use SwagBucks
    I think most people have a SwagBucks account by now. If you don’t, sign up for one. If you do, make sure you use it!
    SwagBucks is arguably the most popular GPT (get paid to) site out there right now. Assignments on SwagBucks include clicking links, watching videos, taking surveys, playing games, and even printing out coupons.
    You can withdraw your earnings from SwagBucks via PayPal at a $25 minimum. They have a HUGE selection of gift cards, though, so you can redeem for a $5 gift card long before you reach 2500 SwagBucks.
  • Sign up for SendEarnings
    SendEarnings is a GPT site with hella high payouts ($5 just for signing up even!), but they can get spammy with the emails. I suggest using a new email address for it or opting out of emails in your settings.
    Their minimum payout is $30, via mailed check.
  • Sign up for Bing Rewards
    Free gift cards for searching for shit on Bing. They have a pretty wide selection of gift cards, but I mainly use them for their wide variety of xbox cards. They have Amazon cards, too, along with plenty of other companies. Points can also be redeemed for coupons or sweepstakes entries, namely for free Xbox Ones.
    Use Bing to search for 60 things a day (there’s no timer, you can keep keysmashing and searching) and earn 30 points per day. 30 points translates to a bit under $0.30. Just by “searching” on Bing you can earn a few $5 Amazon cards each month.
  • Complete HITs on Amazon Turk
    This is a lot of actual transcription and proofreading work.  Transcribe files, receipts, etc… and get paid.
    Payouts are through Amazon Payments, a minimum of 10 days after you complete your first HIT (job).  Withdraw a minimum of $1 from Amazon Payments to your bank account or as Amazon gift cards.

on your devices (phones, tablets, iPods…)

  • Install FreeMyApps
    I LOVE FreeMyApps - I use it on both my real iPhone and my old iPhone. You earn points by installing free apps to your phone and opening them for 30 seconds. As soon as your points go through feel free to delete the app. Since it requires so little attention I’m usually idly earning on FreeMyApps while using tumblr, watching TV, or applying my makeup.
    You can redeem your points for gift cards codes for Amazon, iTunes, Visa, Google Play, XBox, Playstation, Steam, Starbucks, Best Buy, Skype, RedBox, and more, at a $1 minimum (Amazon). They also do a limited time “Gift Card Of The Week” you can redeem for, which could be anything from PayPal to League of Legends.
    It’s available for Apple devices iOS 6 or later, and Android devices 2.3 or later.
  • Use AppNana
    Make sure you enter my referral code during signup - m7199678 - to get 2,500 free “Nanas” (their currency).
    AppNana works much like FreeMyApps, but the one advantage it has is readily available PayPal codes, with a $5 minimum.
    It’s only available on iOS.
  • Install the SwagBucks TV app
    Log in with your SwagBucks account and let the videos autoplay on your phone while you sleep.  The max is 50 SB a day.
    Available for iOS and in the Google Play store.

important info

  • Use /r/GiftCardExchange to trade/sell gift cards
    I love the community on this subreddit. When I get too impatient waiting to earn enough for a Visa prepaid card on FreeMyApps I usually end up redeeming a $1-$5 Amazon GC and sell it for 85% price for PayPal here. There’s a huge market for Amazon gift cards.
  • ALWAYS use a dummy email address when completing surveys
    Sign up for a new gmail or hotmail before doing offers through GPT sites. Use the fake email whenever you’re signing up for a paid offer or completing a survey. (then notice how much spam that email account gets and be thankful you didn’t use your real email)

I’ll update this semi-frequently with more shit - so check back :)

if you have any questions, feel free to ask me off anon so that I can privately answer!!! good luck getting paid to sit at your computer :)

Okay, so on July 9th Ravi tweeted this~

and 12 hours ago he tweeted,GPT.

GPT on the Hangul keyboard layout is 헷.

헷(het) is like the sound of a slight chuckle or laugh in Korean.

Wtf is this dude hinting at or does he think he’s a funny bitch?

Prizerebel GPT review - Legit or scam?

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Today I want to talk about perhaps my favorite GPT, Prizerebel.

A GPT(Get Paid To) site is a place where you can earn cash and / or prizes for completing offers(Offers can be things like signing up for an email newletter, completing a survey, taking a quiz for something like “What animal were you in a past life?”, signing up for a service, or requesting a free sample).

As for how to complete an offer, I think would be too much in one post, that and there are many different types of offers, so I would suggest if you are new to GPT’s and see an offer that interests you, to go to a video site like Youtube and search “How to complete X offer) X being the type of offers. An example could be Next Day Rewards, or Quiz Jungle, etc.

But one thing with that, though, is if you click on an offer to open it, complete the offer then, rather than closing it and coming back later and doing it. As some say that if you’ve been to the specif offer page before doing it, it might not credit.

You may be able to clear cookies and try again, though. But I’m not sure.

One tip I can give here is that before you start the offer, clear all cookies in your browser, and then again afterwards. Along with using a new, real email for each offer. So it would be best to make the emails ahead of time with a free service like Yahoo!.

Now, back to Prizerebel:

What I like about Prizerebel, first off all. is the offers.

Why?. Because, at most times, there are a lot of straight-forward offers. Such as liking the Facebook page of a product, or simply joining a site.

The only thing about their offers(But granted, it is also true about a lot of other GPT sites, so you can’t really hold it against them) is that they don’t always have many offers those under 18 can do.

So, for a while they might have a bunch, and then when they expire it might take them a little bit to get some new ones in.

But regardless of what offers you can or can’t do, there is always referrals.

A referral is someone who uses your link to sign up. When you’re starting out with Prizerebel, you are at the "Bronze” level and get 20% of whatever your referrals earn(Not taking any money from them), and 5% of whatever your second level referrals earn(The people your referrals directly refer).

But there are also higher levels besides bronze.
You can also choose on your referrals page whether you want your referral earnings is points, or cash. As for the difference, you can get anything you want with points, but I’m not sure if you can redeem a prize with cash.

And on to the prize note, Prizerebel has a large amount ranging from gaming cards(Facebook, PSN, Xbox Live, Runescape, etc) to actual video games, even digital games like Minecraft.

You can also redeem prizes like electronics and gift cards, and you can also even custom order prizes from other websites.

Another thing I like about Prizerebel is that it has it’s own forum, so that comes in handy if you ever need help. They also have support staff to answer you monday - friday.

With that being said, I would give Prizerebel an A+ rating.

But if you’re still not convinced, check out the testimonials:

And if you’re ready to sign up, click the banner at the top or use this link: