The internet is filled with so many funny money-making gigs. From getting paid to view Ads, to getting paid to watch videos, shopping, and playing games. Now I don’t mean playing on devices such as Xbox, PlayStation, etc. I mean just web based games here. You sign-up, log on, play some games and get paid, really? Yes, some sites run this with different structures and varying degrees of success.

Some of these sites have succeeded in establishing themselves in this niche, however, a lot of them just come up, run for some time, and wind up. I guess it’s a challenging business model. Now let’s look at some sites that seem to be going-good at the moment. Here we have also added those paying for surveys, among other things:

Swagbucks.com: Is an all out Get-Paid-To (GPT) site. At Swagbucks, members earn money for things that they are already doing online anyway. Among other things, they get paid to play games as well. You would be presented with the usual arcade, word games, etc. As you get busy engaging in different games, you earn credits that are called Swagbucks. Other money making alternatives include taking surveys, shopping, searching the web, referring friends, and much more. Redemption comes in the form of Amazon gift cards, other prizes, or cash (via PayPal).

Worldwinner.com: GSN/Worldwinner is a gaming company that offers a wide range of free games and competitions for you to earn tokens and wins cash. Here to you get paid to play games. The tokens can be used for daily sweepstakes that include cash prizes and gift cards. Not many gaming companies get as popular as it does in the online world. There are multiple tournaments that reward cash as gamer’s pit their skills among one another. How much you can win depends on your skills and dedication as a gamer. To enter competitions, you will have to deposit some money in order to compete to earn cash.

Secondlife.com: Second Life is a virtual world rather than a game. It is said to have over 1 million active users where users can create their own avatars and attempt to become a virtual success. Through your virtual endeavors, you can earn virtual money (Linden is the Second Life currency) which can then be exchanged through the Lindex into US, British and Indian real life currency. Second Life does not sell itself at a site where you get paid to play games nor will most of the users of the site have ever signed up in order to generate cash. The site is mainly designed for people to express their potential in creating a successful life that they dreamed about. It has been rumored that people have met their real-life spouses by using Second life.

Exodus3000: This is one of the more popular multiplayer role-playing-video-games (RPG) strategy game. Here, the player is transported into the future where the earth is no longer sustainable for life. This happens after a catastrophic event and earth’s inhabitants are tasked to find minerals and mars dollars (the official currency of the game). A player then accumulates these mars dollars by – mining volcanoes, searching ruins and attacking other game players. Upon reaching a prefixed amount, a player can cash out, which comes in the form of real money.

Pogo.com: A great place to play free online games, including puzzle games, word games, card games, and board games. Unlike other free online games sites. They offer a variety of classic Hasbro board games like RISK, Yahtzee, Scrabble, and Monopoly. You make friends and play free online games on Pogo. Here you get paid to play games in certain ways – firstly, you can play daily prize drawings which work by trading in your earned tokens from playing games for a chance to win the drawing or you can Play any game with a Jackpot and if you play well you get bonus spins.

Inboxdollars.com: Designed to connect targeted members to brands, they pays real cash to millions of members. InboxDollars is a GPT website similar to Swagbucks that will pay you to play games. They provide direct cash rewards to members in the U.S. and U.K. for their everyday online activities, such as reading emails, taking surveys, signing up for offers and of course you get paid to play games too.

Paid Survey Sites

Prizerebel.com: This site doesn’t exactly get you paid to play games. It is a paid survey site designed to tackle bad customer service and slow rewards processing. They work with the biggest global market research companies to provide you with the highest quality paid online surveys that you can complete to make money and earn gift cards. Getting started on this site is easy and free – click on the signup button and fill out the form with your name, email and chosen password. Check your email, click the validation link and you are ready to make money. Head to the paid surveys section and answer a few questions. This will help them find only surveys relevant to you, giving you optimal earning potential.

Mysurvey.com: MySurvey, is an online paid surveys community where consumers influence future products and services by volunteering to participant in consumer research, such as online surveys, diaries, and product tests. Members are able to voice their opinions, while also getting rewarded. What can you redeem for? It’s your choice! We have a huge variety of products, gift cards, e-certificates, vouchers, money and so much more! Some of the more popular rewards are PayPal and Amazon e-certificates as well as electronic, home and personal care items.

There are many good and promising sites we also reviewed including – lalaloot.com, cashdazzle.com, i-say.com. These sites have the potential to yield good income as a side hustle or paying hubby. In making use of any of any of them, I would suggest you do a proper research about them online, check user reviews, etc. This will guide your expectations.


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