Category Archives: Walmart

Making money while you sleep – A “To Do” List for when you go ni-night

You want passive? I’ve GOT Passive! Stuff you can click on, set it and forget it, and then go ni-night. Or go out for the day, or just sit on your @$$ and stare into space.

I use the Vivaldi Browser for all of these passive activities. It seems to run smoother, and it prevents all of those annoying pop-ups that some of the videos have.
In the morning, or at lease once a day, I use the free version of cCleaner, and then restart my computer. Yes, you will have to log back into all of the sites, but it really cleans up your computer and the memory, so it is not bogged down from all the crap you’ve been running. Then, I open all of these passive gems again so they run for the day, while I work on other things, like my To Do List, eBay, mTurk, or just plop my butt on the couch and watch TV. (hours upon hours of Big Brother live feeds…)

Please note, that depending on your computers speed and memory, you may not be able to open everything I have here. I can because I have a super-duper-fast- desktop PC. Also an older laptop, and older desktop, an android phone and 4 Fire Kindles. The Kindles I got dirt cheap on eBay, because they have cracked screens. I did not care about the cosmetics, I just needed them so I could run PerkTV all day and night.They have already paid for themselves with Walmart gift cards. Of course, I place my FREE Walmart orders thru Swagbucks, so I earn SB back on the $$ I “spent” but not REALLY spent, because I earned the FREE Walmart gift cards! It’s a beautiful little circle. And then, my phone runs the Swagbucks apps if I’m not yakking on it.

True, all of these things listed below are not COMPLETELY passive, you do have to check on things here and there, to make sure they are still going, but it is VERY surprising how quickly these all together add up! Watch your earnings soar, even if you don’t want to sit in front of a computer clicking all day and night! You can easily make enough to pay for Christmas. All of it. Even the food and booze and stuff.

Important note! Some of these links will not work for everyone. Sometimes a site will disable certain video features for a while, especially if you are using multiple sites. This is usually because of the 3rd party verification service they are using, not the site itself. Basically, you will be temporarily blocked for a while. But changing your IP address usually will clear that up. Sometimes not. You can also just back off on some of the videos for a while. Just don’t change your IP too often, as it may flag your account. However, I have found that since I switched to the Vivaldi Brower, I’m having less issues with videos not being available to me. Could be a fluke, or… it could not be.

Pick ‘n choose from the easy stuff posted below, or try to do all of them. Scared money is no money, I say. But I am not responsible If a site bans you. I don’t think they would, since technically you are not using any scripts or bots — things like that — just running a ton of sh!t at once. If they do ban your account, dust yourself off and obtain a new IP address, and a new email. Oh…and a phone number if it requires it. Find out what pissed them off, and don’t do it ever again. 🙂 A new IP address seems to fix a lot of things, so always try that first. (Cough-cough, being put in “time-out” (twice!) from watching too many windows of EngageMe.TV.)

Remember — NO AD BLOCKS, or these beautifully passive links to FREE money and gift cards will not credit properly. Also, make sure you are logged in to the individual accounts.

Swagbucks <– Sign up or log in

 

EarnHoney <– Sign up or log in

ClixSense <– Sign up or log in

Earnably <– Sign up or log in

CashCrate <– Sign up or log in

Grindabuck <– Sign up or log in 

instaGC <– Sign up or log in

MyPoints <– Sign up or log in

QuickRewards <– Sign up or log in

PrizeRebel <– Sign up or log in

InboxDollars <– Sign up or log in

Grab Points <– Sign up or log in

KoinMe <– Sign up or log in

ClickPerks <– Sign up or log in

iRazoo: Invite code: MXPYLY Sign up or log in

PerkTV <– Sign up or log in

** If this link is not working, you will need to download the SwagButton, and click on the “Watch” tab.

*** You can only run one VideoLab per household. The one at EarnHoney is the highest paying one you will find at 1.5 cents. Use the Vivaldi browser! Ever since I’ve started using this browser, I’ve not gotten the message telling me I am done for the day. Instagc is the 2nd highest at 1.4 cents.

**** You can only run one MinuteStaff AutoSurf per household. The one at instagc is the highest paying one you will find.

MyPoints video playlists – each LESS than 6 minutes for every 2 points! Pays better than Swagbucks playlists!

I gave in. I’ll admit I was kinda pissed off when MyPoints changed their videos from watching single videos, (which I could fly through in no time) to video playlists. Why, I don’t know, because one can NOW earn up to 500 points per day, when previously it was capped at 75.Yes. I’m one of “those” that gets all out of sorts when there is a bit of change to my routine. Another valuable thing I like is that the points now credit immediately. You no longer have to wait and wait and……

And here is a little hint: I did the math, and if you redeem for gift cards such as Target or Walmart, the $10 ones are the best value for your points! If you do PayPal, the $25 or $50 payout is your best option. AND THEY NO LONGER CHARGE ADDITIONAL POINTS TO DO PAYPAL! Yay! I keekoala-ckp cashing for gift cards out as soon as I have enough points, because I am using these for Christmas shopping.

Also, these videos pay just a bit more than SB. Each SB is equivalent to 1 cent, each 2 points at MyPoints is worth about 1.25 cent. So it’s a good alternative to Swagbucks if you are looking for one. They pay 5 points ( a bit more than 3 cents) for a survey disqualification, unlike SB which pays 1 SB (1 cent). Actually, run both MyPoints and Swagbucks video playlists at the same time! Just watch them on different browsers so they don’t interfere. Otherwise you will get the, “Slow down! You may be watching videos too fast!” message.

So — if you are into the Swagbucks video playlists, this is nearly identical. The same playlist that pays 1 SB will pay 2 points here, and so on. It really is TOO easy to not do, and the play-lists will auto-play once you’ve clicked on the first one — so long as you do not have any sort of ad blocker on. I got tired of searching for the “good” video play-lists, so here is my list of links, and I’m sharing it with you! Enjoy!  🙂

Sign up for MyPoints here!

Please note: I make every effort to keep this updated on a daily basis. If it is not, I may be having a Fibro Flare, or just an attack of the lazies. lol  🙂

Mermaids Are Forever – 4 min / 2 pts

Fix Your Home – 3 min / 2 pts

The BET Awards 2017 – 4 min / 2 pts

Healthcare Victory For Trump – 5 min / 2 pts

Cassini Visits Saturn – 5 min / 2 pts

Elton John: Serious Infection – 4 min / 2 pts

To Be A Billionaire – 11 min / 4 pts

Kitchen Basics – 10 min / 4 pts

The Bill Cosby Trial – 4 min / 2 pts

Kesha Is Back – 4 min / 2 pts

Pie In The Sky – 4 min / 2 pts

Hollywood’s Fresh Faces – 16 min / 6 pts

It’s Shark Week! – 10 min / 4 pts

Super Bowl Commercials – 14 min / 6 pts

Rum Cocktails Galore – 9 min / 4 pts

Drink Recipes – 7 min / 4 pts

How Extreme Is Extreme? – 5 min / 2 pts

Funny Clips – 15 min / 6 pts

WWE Wrestling News – 16 min / 6 pts

Beyonce Welcomes Twins – 5 min / 2 pts

Are You A Coffee Addict? – 5 min / 2 pts

G20 Updates – 5 min / 2 pts

Dakota Pipeline Updates – 9 min / 4 pts

Health Tips – 12 min / 6 pts

Manchester Is Hurting – 17 min / 6 pts

S’mores By The Fire – 5 min / 2 pts

Check Your Heart – 5 min / 2 pts

One Love Manchester – 8 min / 4 pts

Fast Baby Food – 4 min / 2 pts

Chasing Unicorns – 17 min / 6 pts

A Royal-Adjacent Wedding – 9 min / 4 pts

FBI Director Fired! – 5 min / 2 pts

The End Of Medicaid – 5 min / 2 pts

Game Of Thrones S7!!! – 5 min / 2 pts

If you make it through this list and want to do more, stick with:

  • 2 pts: 6 minutes
  • 4 pts: 12 minutes or less
  • 6 pts: 18 minutes or less

Also check out: Swagbucks video playlists that are 4 minutes or LESS per SB!

I found PrizeRebel to be a truly pleasant surprise!

I’ll admit, when I first signed up with PrizeRebel, I wasn’t impressed. There didn’t seem to be that much to do there. But now that I’ve poked around, I realize the reason I may have rushed to judgement because their site is so clean and easy on the eyes. I’m used to cluttered messes jumping out at me. Their site is very clean and simple. Not hard to navigate at all.

prize rebel 2I found my initial reaction confusing, as most of the reviews I ran across regarding PrizeRebel, were of people simply raving about it. Myself, I found it at first to be an “okay” site. I thought if I were more into doing surveys that I would like it more. This seemed to be where the majority of where your earnings would come from. I found the videos to be quite spare in availability. I was finding only a few to watch each day.

However, the more I explored, the more I found to do. One of the things I like best is the Offers Wall. There, I found one-click deals where you visit a website for 10 seconds and are credited one point. Also, many slideshows to watch for one or two points. There are nCrave videos, Virool Videos, lots of other videos, slideshows and such. I initially thought the only videos were the ones listed under “Engage Videos”, and “Hyprimx Daily Points” on the main page. But check under the Offers Wall. There is SO much more to do there than sign-ups!

PrizeRebel was started in 2007 and is a free membership rewards site very similar to Swagbucks. They claim to be the leading survey site on the internet, with over 6.4 million members and over $9 million in cash and reward payouts.

On their site you earn points (each point is equivalent to 1 cent), which you can redeem for brand name gift cards, online game codes, Amazon.com items and PayPal cash. One earns points from various activities on their website like offers, surveys, videos, tasks, referring friends and contests. Sounds familiar, right? It is very similar to what you will find on Swagbucks, QuickRewards and other GPT sites.

They offer a wide selection of electronic and physical gift cards like Amazon.com, eBay, Target and Starbucks. They also offer game codes for popular games like League of Legends and World of Warcraft, or gift codes for XBOX Live and Playstation Network. PrizeRebel offers everything from $2 Amazon gift cards, to $500 in PayPal credit, so you will never be stuck looking for the right prize reward. Choose from a wide variety of gift cards, $1 – $5 rewards, online games, PayPal, direct deposit, Bitcoin, video games, music, toys, beauty, electronics, and books.prizerebel

They offer lots of video tutorials to get you started earning. PrizeRebel has 5 different account levels – Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. Account Levels are statuses that you reach as you complete certain goals. With each level you will unlock more benefits! Account levels can be reached by earning the required # of points for each level. Once you reach Silver Level or above, your rewards claims will be automatically processed if the item is in stock. The higher your account level, the more you earn from your referrals, you can get automatic prize processing, be eligible for monthly bonuses and receive prize discounts.

I do find it quite unique in that gamers will like this site, due to the prizes they can exchange their points for. Also the fact that they offer such a wide variety of ways to redeem. My initial impression that there was not much to do at PrizeRebel, but give it a chance. You will like it as much as, if not more than, the other sites you are used to. Some people like it better than <gasp!> Swagbucks! Plus, they offer the biggest variety of ways to cash out than any other I have run across so far. Nice and low cash-out minimums too! Sign up here if you are not already a member!

E-Poll Is A Survey Site Worth Checking Out

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www.epollsurveys.com

E-Poll is a survey site asking your opinions on current celebrities and TV shows.

Membership is free. Your personal information is never shared with any third parties.

Sign up now and you’ll be entered into their $1,000 monthly drawing. Just fill out the signup form on their site. You will then be sent an account activation email. Follow the activation link and you will be taken to your first survey. Completing this survey is worth 100 points. Future survey invitations will be emailed to you at random times. Currently they only accept signups from people residing in the U.S. but they will be accepting international members in the near future.

When you become an E-Poll member, they will send you email invitations to take surveys. Earn points for every survey you take. Use your points like cash to fund your PayPal account or use your points to earn gift cards. Or, if you are in a giving mood, you may donate your points to charity. All of their rewards are sent electronically.

Point values vaepollry depending on the length and type of survey. For example, a video survey that has many questions might be worth 1000 points, while a basic survey might be worth 200 points.

E-Poll points never expire as long as you complete at least one survey every 12 months and your account is in good standing.

They do not offer points for referrals. Bummer. But I chose to share this survey site anyway, because I a have the gift of anticipating of the needs and wants of others. In other words, I’m thoughtful.

If you hold out for the $30 gift card or PayPal payout, you get the best value for your points. In this respect, each 100 points will be worth about 16 cents. So, for example, you get a really short survey worth 200 points, this is equivalent to $0.32. Likewise, a 1000-point survey is worth $1.60. I often get 1000 point surveys and believe me, they are quite painless and go pretty quickly. For someone that does not like doing surveys, this is one of the better sites in my opinion. I’ve been with them since 2010.

These are the rewards you can cash out for on E-Poll:

Amazon.com:

  • $5 Amazon.com Gift Code: 3750 Points
  • $10 Amazon.com Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $15 Amazon.com Gift Code: 10500 Points
  • $20 Amazon.com Gift Code: 13500 Points
  • $25 Amazon.com Gift Code: 16250 Points
  • $30 Amazon.com Gift Code: 18750 Points 

Best Buy:

  • $5 Best Buy Gift Code: 3750 Points
  • $10 Best Buy Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $15 Best Buy Gift Code: 10500 Points
  • $20 Best Buy Gift Code: 13500 Points
  • $25 Best Buy Gift Code: 16250 Points
  • $30 Best Buy Gift Code: 18750 Points

Brinker Intl Gift Code (Chili’s, Maggiano’s):

  • $10 Brinker Intl Gift Code (Chili’s, Maggiano’s): 7250 Points
  • $25 Brinker Intl Gift Code (Chili’s, Maggiano’s): 16250 Points

GameStop:

  • $10 GameStop Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $25 GameStop Gift Code: 16250 Points

iTunes:

  • $10 iTunes Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $15 iTunes Gift Code: 10500 Points
  • $20 iTunes Gift Code: 13500 Points
  • $25 iTunes Gift Code: 16250 Points
  • $30 iTunes Gift Code: 18750 Points

PayPal:

  • $5 PayPal.com deposit: 3750 Points
  • $10 PayPal.com deposit: 7250 Points
  • $15 PayPal.com deposit : 10500 Points
  • $20 PayPal.com deposit : 13500 Points
  • $25 PayPal.com deposit: 16250 Points
  • $30 PayPal.com deposit: 18750 Points

Sears/Kmart :

  • $10 Sears/Kmart Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $25 Sears/Kmart Gift Code: 16250 Points

Starbucks:

  • $5 Starbucks Gift Code: 3750 Points
  • $10 Starbucks Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $15 Starbucks Gift Code: 10500 Points
  • $20 Starbucks Gift Code: 13500 Points
  • $25 Starbucks Gift Code: 16250 Points
  • $30 Starbucks Gift Code: 18750 Points

Walmart:

  • $5 Walmart Gift Code: 3750 Points
  • $10 Walmart Gift Code: 7250 Points
  • $15 Walmart Gift Code: 10500 Points
  • $20 Walmart Gift Code: 13500 Points
  • $25 Walmart Gift Code: 16250 Points
  • $30 Walmart Gift Code: 18750 Points   

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