UK Paid Surveys :: Valued Opinion

by Dan on March 11, 2009

valuedopinion UK Paid Surveys :: Valued OpinionAlthough this paid survey site doesn’t actually pay you any physical monetary income I decided to do a small review on it as I have now had quite a number of people giving me rave reviews about their program.

Valued Opinions is a popular and well established UK paid survey site. Valued Opinions pay its users “cash” for surveys they complete. This “cash” is then turned into gift vouchers when the user requests it. Gift vouchers are available for various different online retailers; Amazon, Boots, Argos, Tesco, HMV, etc. You can also win some great prizes with their regular draws on the Valued Opinions website.

There is a limit of £10 that you have to reach in order to be able to redeem your vouchers, but with the average payout being between £1 and £5, and the more specialised surveys up to £50, it sounds quite promising. I haven’t tried this as yet but will be signing up today. My plan is to not redeem any “cash” and fund my online Christmas shopping with it for 2009!

I’ll be keeping you updated on how it’s going as I progress and let you know if I manage to fund my Xmas shopping by December.

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Another voucher from Valued Opinions

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John August 1, 2009 at 5:24 pm

Valued Opinion is a great online survey site I have recieved payment from them 5 times now. 3 in 20$ amazon gift cards and 2 in 20$ visa gift cards. There are many online survey sites out there that realy pay you now you wont get rich doing them but heck every penny counts nowdays, thats why I have a site to show people my best picks and pans sites for online surveys its at

Phil Poole June 12, 2010 at 10:10 am

I have been doing Valued Opinions surveys for a couple of years now. In that time l have clocked up £150 worth of John Lewis vouchers. As stated above you will not earn a living doing these alone, but it is an additional source of income isn’t it. Their surveys are wide ranging from 5 minutes to 30-40 minutes or longer. Sometimes you don’t qualify for them, ie you are not the type of person they are looking for and sometimes they are boring as hell, but it is always a relief to get to the end, and they are a regular thing, with generally one or more being sent out each day. Having said the above they seem to be having trouble with their website at the moment, as l have been unable to check my balance for a couple of days now. Give it a try though if you get the opportunity.

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