Hate grocery shopping?! This might change that! Sign up for National Consumer Panel and you can earn rewards for scanning your grocery store purchases! Still a skeptic? Then, read on.
KCL tip: the longer you’re an NCP member, the more points you will get credited to your account each time you participate.
How does it work?
As a member, you’re given an easy-to-use handheld scanner (or you can ask for mobile access) that you’ll use to scan bar codes during your weekly shopping trip.
Once you’re done, you’ll submit that information every week and earn points that can be redeemed for a wide variety of rewards, including Visa reward cards, Amazon gift cards, iTunes gift cards, Kindle Fire cards, electronics, and more.
Still wondering if it’s worth signing up for? Check out what some NCP users are saying:
“I have been a member of the panel since it was still just a part of Nielsen. I enjoy it very much, and it only takes a few minutes a week to scan and do surveys. Someone left a review saying it took them on average 5 hours a week to scan and do surveys, and I have no idea how it would take them that long unless they have a slow computer or perhaps they read the surveys more slowly than I do.” –Lori
“NCP is one of those sites where you have to scan your purchases with a hand-held scanner they send you and then you have to transmit your scanner’s data to the company every week. It is a lot of work if you buy a lot or buy from many different stores every week. The points are fair and they do increase with your time with the program. Their gift catalog has a wide variety and does change every year or 2, with new items added occasionally. They also give you surveys to complete which give you additional points.
Won a $500 VISA Gift Card from them in one of their sweepstakes – earned entries by scanning and submitting every week for the quarter so I upped my rating to 4 stars.” –Lisa