I found PrizeRebel to be a truly pleasant surprise!

(Last Updated On: July 29, 2016)

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!

2 thoughts on “I found PrizeRebel to be a truly pleasant surprise!

  1. Thanks for the nice overview of Prize Rebel. I have been a member there for some time now but often forget about it. I guess Swagbucks was taking up to much time.

    1. Thank you Lee Ann! Yes, it is easy to get busy with one site and forget about another. I am in the process of compiling a daily check list of what I do, along with links, so it is easy to go down it and make sure certain things are done each day. The easy things first, and then move on to surveys or other things. I will posting it very soon, and will revise it each month. 🙂

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