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e-Rewards- This program allows redemptions to a moderate to large number of different loyalty programs depending on how you signed up for it and your home country. Enrollment is through the web site of a participating loyalty program. For better explanations and suggestions on how to make the program work with your broader award strategy, see the main e-Rewards thread:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/s-p-m...er-thread.html

e-Miles: This program is literally e-Rewards lite- it's now owned by the same company. The surveys are provided by Peanut Labs. Current USA travel redemption options are: United, Hilton, Frontier, American, IHG, Alaska, and Southwest. Enrollment is through the web site of a participating loyalty program. The main FT discussion thread is here:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/s-p-m...er-thread.html

MyPoints- This is primarily a shopping portal with the option to do a few surveys and other non-spend activities. You can redeem for United miles. The main FT discussion thread is here:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/s-p-m...hread-new.html

Main program site:
https://mypoints.com/

Valued Opinions- Per the Southwest web site, but no points seem to be in stock as of November 20, 2016

https://www.valuedopinions.com/signup

Checkpoints- This is mainly a USA program for scanning bar codes in grocery stores to expose you to new products but there are often a few surveys in parts of the app. Current miles partners are American and Southwest. FT conga thread is here:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/s-p-m...-aa-miles.html

The SSI Family of Programs- Survey Sampling International operates surveys for points programs worldwide for a number of different partners. You may complete 5 surveys each day across all their program (example- 2 United, 1 Jet Blue and 2 Accor surveys in a day)

Opinion Miles Club- United Mileage Plus, USA membership, no points for survey screen out

https://www.opinionmilesclub.com/

Rewards for Thoughts- Avios and/or BA Avios, UK membership, no points for survey screen out

https://www.rewardsforthoughts.co.uk/

Points for Surveys- Jet Blue points, USA membership, 10 points for survey screen out (Note you can transfer Jet Blue points in 1,000 point blocks to other programs via points.com. It's not a great exchange rate, but can be useful in keeping points alive in exchangeable programs)

https://www.pointsforsurveys.com/

Miles for Thoughts- Free Spirit points, USA membership

https://www.milesforthoughts.com/

Club Opinions- Le Club Accor points, Australia, China, Germany, Brazil, United States membership, no points for survey screen out

https://www.clubopinions.com/en for USA version

Opinion Check-In- IHG points, USA membership, 5 points for survey screen out

https://www.opinioncheckin.com/en

Opinion Rewards Club- Flying Blue points, USA, France, Netherlands membership

https://www.opinionrewardsclub.fr/ France version
https://www.opinionrewardsclub.nl/ Netherlands version
https://www.opinionrewardsclub.com/ USA version

Opinion Rewards Panel- Wyndham points, USA Membership

https://www.opinionrewardspanel.com/
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Old Nov 20, 16, 3:31 pm
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The Wiki for Active Points for Surveys Programs

Please update with any new programs you come across and correct country info. If you have a referral link, start an appropriate conga thread for it in this section instead of putting it into the wiki

Okay, getting a substantial number of points or miles from a survey program isn't generally going to get you as much as opening a credit card, but there is zero spend involved, and these kinds of programs can be useful in some situations:

1. You need some token number of points to post as 'account activity' in order to keep a balance in a program from expiring
2. You're someone who has more time than money
3. You actually enjoy sharing your thoughts about car insurance or breakfast cereal to companies and are willing to tolerate getting bounced from surveys without a full payout a fair number of times in the process

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