These websites pay real money and gift cards by taking surveys, playing games, installing sponsored apps and by watching trailers. Most of these websites are
based on points, and you can earn points by installing new games, watching games trailers, giving answers to quizzes.
After earning points, you can convert these points into real money and can withdraw it via Paypal, PaySafeCard or by redeeming gift cards of popular
platforms like Amazon, Ebay, Google Play, iTune, Xbox, Stream, etc. (PaySafeCard code you can use to upload Skrill and withdraw money via Skrill).
Bananatic is a website and a mobile app that pays you with redeemable points known as “bananas,” just for playing games on the platform.
Bananatic offers a simple sign up process, as you are only required to provide your name and email address. Alternatively, you may sign up using your
Facebook or Google ID. You are then required to provide a fictional name that you will use as your game handle.
Before you can start collecting bananas, you need to register with your favorite games listed on the platform. Bananatic has plenty of free-to-play games,
with each game offering a specific amount of bananas.
Also, each time you register with a particular game, you will receive a badge and XP points. Popular games include War Thunder, League of Angels,
Crosscut, the Outpost Nine and Life is Feudal among many others.
Each game consists of various quests (instructions) that players have to complete in order to collect bananas. Once you complete all the tasks, you are
required to submit a screenshot of your activities.
Bananatic will then verify your submission to confirm that you have adhered to all instructions as stipulated. After verification, you will receive your
bananas within 48 hours.
Literally, every activity on this platform will earn you points (bananas). Besides playing games and completing quests, you may also collect bananas by
downloading and trying out various apps, cashback shopping, viewing ads, blogging on Bananapedia, liking and sharing the site/app
on social media.
PointsPrizes is a site where people can get paid for taking surveys, looking at video ads and playing free games. People collect points that can be converted to offers/prizes. There is a daily poll for 5 points. There are also coupons you can redeem for points.
People can claim and use their points for prizes like iTunes, Amazon.com, NetFlix and of course, cash out through PayPal or Bitcoins. There does seem to be some feedback that cash payments can take a little while. It takes 3,000 points to claim a $20 gift card or other prizes.
ySense is mainly known as a survey site, and it usually gives plenty of daily opportunities for doing paid surveys.
Be aware that you will probably not qualify for all the surveys that are available. I mention this, as I know how frustrating it can be to click on available surveys and then not qualify.
Depending on where you are from, your age, etc. it will be different how many of the surveys you can participate in. This goes for all survey sites, so it is not just on ySense you will not qualify for all surveys.
ySense has a whole section with paid offers. Through this, you will get access to a big number of different offers offered by ySense’s partners (please check offers of partners like Wannads or Adgate).
You can do small online tasks through what is called Figure Eight.
If you have a certain activity every day, you will get an extra bonus called Daily Checklist Bonus.