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No Longer Available: Earn $20 and Sample Products with Toluna!

Update: Toluna is no longer accepting applications. Keep your eyes peeled for more offers in the future.

Are you looking to make a little extra cash?  Do you like taking surveys? Then Toluna may be perfect for you! Toluna is free to join, and for participation in Toluna surveys you will be awarded points that are redeemable for cash rewards and gift cards from Amazon.com, Target, and the Gap. You may even be asked to try products and give your feedback!

Here’s how to sign up for this FREE online survey site:

  • Click Here.
  • Enter your personal information (i.e. name, email address, education level, etc.) in the designated boxes and then click on the yellow “Register” button. Registration should take about two minutes to complete.
  • Once registered, sign in to the site and “opt-in” for surveys by selecting “Your account” from the “You” menu. If a survey matches your profile, you will receive an invitation by email. The more up-to-date your personal interest surveys are, the more chances you have of being invited to take part in surveys you qualify to take.
  • For each survey you will earn between 1,000 and 20,000 points depending on the survey’s length and complexity. Survey completion points are awarded in point values where 3,000 points is equivalent to $1.00. You can request payment when you have reached a minimum account balance of 60,000 points (which is equal to $20.00). Payments will only be made in multiples of $20; for example, if you have a balance of $22.00 when you request payment from Toluna, you will receive payment for $20.00, and have $2.00 remaining in your account.

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11 thoughts on “No Longer Available: Earn $20 and Sample Products with Toluna!”

  1. Staci Erin says:

    Are these focus groups legit?

  2. Lydia says:

    Do you actually make a little money on mystery shopping, have looked into some but most require payment to join :(  I do enjoy survey’s I’ve joined and few and have racked up quite a bit of gift cards.

    • Staci Erin says:

      I do mystery shopping. It is great because you can pick and choose what you want to do. Also, if the company has shops at the end of the month that they need to get in, you can name your price and see if they accept. Last month, I did 4 different shops and made $100.

    • Jill Stephens says:

       I work for a number of different mystery shopping companies and have never paid for any “training”. Basically you should only need to fill out an application, some require a sample of your writing from a recent shopping/restaurant experience. I started out doing a lot of restaurants which usually only reimburse you for your meal but I have recently done a few store shops and have been paid.

  3. Sherry Anderson says:

    Sites like this make me mad cause I put in all my info in, go about 20 min into a survey for them to tell me im not qulified!!!

    • melissa says:

       so sorry that this site didn’t work out for you I currently am with 4 survey sites Ipso I say is really good pays you in Gc or Paypal cash   also E-rewards althought you have to be invited to join      valued opinions is pretty cool pays in gc   and the I just joined toluna hopefully one of the one’s I mentioned we’ll work for you  

      • Anonymous says:

        Toluna puts viruses in your computer!  And even one that the antivirus doesn’t detect with regular scans… :(

    • Anonymous says:

      Same here. Toluna is a scam.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have e-rewards and Opinion Place accounts.  I live OP better because I accumulate advantage miles.  The only thing is that you can only do one survey per week if you qualify.  With e-rewards I haven’t gotten much.  I usually don’t qualify for their surveys… 

  4. I have done it… takes alot of time, I have been doing it for about 2 months now and have yet to hit the $20 mark, though I am close. Just depends on how many surveys you qualify for I guess! You won’t make a fortune, but every little bit helps!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Has anyone on the KCL team done this before personally?  Curious to know if you did/do it and enjoyed it.