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Friday, December 12, 2008

Amazon Gift Codes

I have finally gotten off my butt and started buying presents. I'm usually done by this time. Ugh.

Anyway, I ordered an Elmo Live for my daughter, and I only paid $25 for it. How? First, I ordered it from Amazon which seems to have the best price on it, and secondly I had several gift codes from survey sites:

Testspin is a site that only pays in Amazon gift codes -which is fine with me. The usual range for a survey is $1 -$3, and it takes an average of 15 minutes to complete. The downside? Sometimes it's hard to qualify. Fortunately, unlike other sites, Testspin will tell you immediately if you don't qualify, so you're not wasting your time. When you get to $10, you can cash out, and they send a gift code to your email.

Another site I use is Consumer Village. You get points for answering questions and polls. An email is sent to you when they have a question they want you to answer. Usually takes about 5 minutes. Sometimes I get sent surveys, too. They take a little longer, but are worth more points. At the end of the incentive period (I believe that's 3 months), they send you an Amazon gift code for whatever you have earned.

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