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The Best Way To Earn AMAZON Vouchers????
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Old 28-12-2010, 7:33 PM
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Hell all,
I do hope this is the right place to post this, I was wondering were the best places to earn Amazon vouchers were. I currently use Valued opinions which i find very good (although the surveys are like busses). I was wondering if anyone was using other ways with much sucess.
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Old 28-12-2010, 10:54 PM
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Hell all,
I do hope this is the right place to post this, I was wondering were the best places to earn Amazon vouchers were. I currently use Valued opinions which i find very good (although the surveys are like busses). I was wondering if anyone was using other ways with much sucess.
Many thanks for reading
STEVE
A few views on my topic but no replys, if i have posted this in the wrong section please let me know,
thanks once again
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Old 28-12-2010, 10:59 PM
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You can get amazon vouchers with topcashback if use them for cashback in exchange for cash you get slightly higher payout in vouchers
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Mysurvey (used to be lightspeed) aren't too bad and do amazon vouchers, although I think they only do 30 ones so you need a lot of points to get there.
Also ipsos do amazon, although I don't seem to get so many surveys from them.
If you have a nectar card, you can also exchange your points for amazon vouchers.

Have a look in the "up your income" forum - I think that's where most of the threads on survey sites etc are.
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Quickest way by far that I've found is by joining QNA. You can only do this if you work in IT I think.

Each survey is worth either 5 or 10 which you can have as an Amazon voucher. Almost all surveys are very short, take less than a minute to complete, and you get them fairly frequently - say, 3/4 a month on average (although obviously it does vary). The actual voucher is sent out usually a couple of hours after you complete the survey, or occasionally the next day.

Have bought absolutely loads on Amazon since joining a couple of years ago so would definitely recommend them, as for a few seconds' work you can earn 10. But only of use if you work in IT though.

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i trade in my nectar points for amazon vouchers, takes for ever to build up to even 10 though
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