e-Rewards UK - any good? How to get an invite?

Hello all, 
On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
thanks in advance.

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  • mjm3346
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    Research Now and SSI merged and rebranded to Dynata - the group includes e-rewards and Valued Opinions, the MSE list includes comment on Valued Opinions

    https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/family/make-money-surveys/?_ga=2.99128989.2091292520.1592666410-1681616730.1572168148
  • Lokolo_2
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    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    I use them, they are one of the better survey sites out there, not as good as Prolific but they still pay ok. 
    Only downside is they only have 1 way to get paid and that is through Nectar points, so it will depend if that is useful for you. I use it to pay for Petrol and Food at Sainsburys but Nectar is quite limited on where you can spend your points so its not for everyone. 
    They also pay 10 points for surveys you get screened out of which is equivalent of 5p, the most generous I have seen. I see no way to refer someone so unfortunately I have no idea how you get invited, when I joined them I just signed up via their site and became a member that way.
  • mjm3346
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    Lokolo_2 said:
    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    I use them, they are one of the better survey sites out there, not as good as Prolific but they still pay ok. 
    Only downside is they only have 1 way to get paid and that is through Nectar points, so it will depend if that is useful for you. I use it to pay for Petrol and Food at Sainsburys but Nectar is quite limited on where you can spend your points so its not for everyone. 
    They also pay 10 points for surveys you get screened out of which is equivalent of 5p, the most generous I have seen. I see no way to refer someone so unfortunately I have no idea how you get invited, when I joined them I just signed up via their site and became a member that way.
    Pureprofile are one of the others that pay 5p for a screenout
  • Lokolo_2 said:
    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    I use them, they are one of the better survey sites out there, not as good as Prolific but they still pay ok. 
    Only downside is they only have 1 way to get paid and that is through Nectar points, so it will depend if that is useful for you. I use it to pay for Petrol and Food at Sainsburys but Nectar is quite limited on where you can spend your points so its not for everyone. 
    They also pay 10 points for surveys you get screened out of which is equivalent of 5p, the most generous I have seen. I see no way to refer someone so unfortunately I have no idea how you get invited, when I joined them I just signed up via their site and became a member that way.
    I'm a member of e-Rewards and there are lots of options for cashing out? I claim 2,000 Virgin air miles each month (the most you're allowed to claim) and the rest I get in Amazon vouchers.
  • Lokolo_2
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    Lokolo_2 said:
    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    I use them, they are one of the better survey sites out there, not as good as Prolific but they still pay ok. 
    Only downside is they only have 1 way to get paid and that is through Nectar points, so it will depend if that is useful for you. I use it to pay for Petrol and Food at Sainsburys but Nectar is quite limited on where you can spend your points so its not for everyone. 
    They also pay 10 points for surveys you get screened out of which is equivalent of 5p, the most generous I have seen. I see no way to refer someone so unfortunately I have no idea how you get invited, when I joined them I just signed up via their site and became a member that way.
    I'm a member of e-Rewards and there are lots of options for cashing out? I claim 2,000 Virgin air miles each month (the most you're allowed to claim) and the rest I get in Amazon vouchers.
    Lucky you! I'm not sure how but I seem to have signed up to "nectar.e-rewards.co.uk" which only pays out in Nectar points, that is all that shows up in the rewards section and going via the e-rewards.co.uk homepage brings me to the same thing!
  • dcfc67
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    I cash out in Avios points, 6500 opinion points for 2000 Avios, same rate as Virgin airmiles
  • silverfairy
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    Lokolo_2 said:
    Lokolo_2 said:
    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    I use them, they are one of the better survey sites out there, not as good as Prolific but they still pay ok. 
    Only downside is they only have 1 way to get paid and that is through Nectar points, so it will depend if that is useful for you. I use it to pay for Petrol and Food at Sainsburys but Nectar is quite limited on where you can spend your points so its not for everyone. 
    They also pay 10 points for surveys you get screened out of which is equivalent of 5p, the most generous I have seen. I see no way to refer someone so unfortunately I have no idea how you get invited, when I joined them I just signed up via their site and became a member that way.
    I'm a member of e-Rewards and there are lots of options for cashing out? I claim 2,000 Virgin air miles each month (the most you're allowed to claim) and the rest I get in Amazon vouchers.
    Lucky you! I'm not sure how but I seem to have signed up to "nectar.e-rewards.co.uk" which only pays out in Nectar points, that is all that shows up in the rewards section and going via the e-rewards.co.uk homepage brings me to the same thing!
    My account also only pays out in nectar points but I knew that when I signed up,think the invite came from  nectar when they used to do the videos to watch for  nectar points.
  • dcfc67
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    Avios was my only option through an invite.
    At least you have the option of swapping nectar points for avios now
  • Girl_Overboard
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    edited 8 February 2021 at 6:07AM
    Hello all, 
    On a random search I came across this lot - e-Rewards.co.uk. It appears to be an invite only survey+ site.
    Anyone use them? Are they any good? What's a good way to get invited?
    thanks in advance.
    If you have a Nectar account then keep an eye out on the 'partners offers' section. Every so often they'll have invites for e-Rewards and you'll get 250 free Nectar points when you sign up.

    I really like e-Rewards, they're one of my favourite survey sites. I only have the Nectar points cash out option, but I'm happy with that as I shop a lot at Sainsbury's and I like building up my Nectar balance. And there's loads of others places you can spend Nectar points anyway, like eBay and Argos. I think they pay fairly for your time, the stated time for each survey is always pretty accurate, and they don't screen you out halfway through a long survey. If you're screened out early on you get 10 Nectar points which is quite good. And there are always loads of surveys available during the day, so it's easy to reach the cash out limit. 
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