PrizeRebel Review – is PrizeRebel Legit?

By | February 17, 2017

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If you’re looking for ways to earn money online, sites like PrizeRebel that pays you to do certain things will be in your radar.

The problem is PrizeRebel isn’t as popular as other sites like Swagbucks which might make it less appealing for us.

So, is PrizeRebel legit or a scam?

What is PrizeRebel

PrizeRebel is a website that pays you for doing various tasks. Similar to other sites you collect points and exchange them for money or gift cards.

There are a lot of things to do to earn you points as well. To be honest the offers that you see are similar to Swagbucks.

But then again you see the same offer walls pretty much everywhere.

PrizeRebel vs Swagbucks Offer Wall

So really whatever you can do in Swagbucks you can do here as well.

Can you make money with PrizeRebel?

Now, the offers are similar but what about the rewards?

In my opinion I do slightly favour PrizeRebel’s reward system because the minimum cash out is easy to reach.

All you need is 250 points to be able to get a £2 Amazon gift card and 500 points for $5 with paypal.

To put this into perspective, one survey grants you about 70 – 100 points. So you probably need around 7-8 surveys to be able to reach this minimum amount.

Also, each survey would take you around 15 minutes on average, which means you can even reach 500 points a day if you spend a few hours doing this.

What can you do to make money?

I used surveys as an example because when I first started I seriously thought that was the primary way to earn points.

I did not find the offer wall until a few days later. However, I still mainly do surveys here.

PrizeRebel Surveys

As you can see there are plenty of survey options although of course you won’t qualify for all of them.

You can also make money through referrals.

The referral system is really simple. You make a percentage amount of the points from anyone that you bring in for life.

You have your own referral link and banners and what not.

The amount of points you get depends on your user level. It starts at 20% for a bronze level and goes up to 30% for a diamond level.

There are also daily tasks.

I really do love daily tasks for sites like these because there is something consistent for you to do.

There is a daily task of reaching a certain amount of points to get bonus points.

Currently my offer ( it says level 1 ) is 136 points for 10 bonus points which is not bad considering we only do need 500 points for the minimum cash out.

You can also try out the offer wall.

Offer walls usually have some high paying offers.

If you think surveys are boring this is the best way to rack up those points. You can find anything from playing games to signing up for casinos.

I personally enjoy playing games for points or downloading new apps. Usually games that require you to hit a certain level will pay a lot more, around 150 points.

Lastly, there are contests and raffles.

I normally don’t do these in all of the sites I’ve joined but this might be your thing.

Raffles are like a $10 Amazon gift card with an entry of 10 points per ticket or something similar. The good thing is that they show you the number of entries and time remaining.

There is another contest called lucky numbers in which you buy a ticket for a jackpot of lets say 10000 points. Each ticket will cost 20 points and if the numbers on your ticket is the lucky number ( there are 4 numbers to be chosen ) you get the prize. This is just an example and there will be different jackpots and ticket prices.

The one and only competition which I would suggest you join is the contests for getting the most points.

It is a leader board of those who earned the most points in each category like surveys or offer walls. You get rewarded with more bonus points for ranking highly.

Do note that these guys are pretty crazy, I’ve seen them get like 3000 points in 4 days or something which is doable actually but tiring.

The Pros

  • It is international so everyone can sign up. A lot of other similar sites are for specific countries only.
  • Really low minimum payout which I like. You can reach the required amount of points in a day if you really want to.
  • A lot of offers with the offer walls and a lot of surveys.
  • On the site it says that a bronze rank ( which is where you start ) will cash out slower, but from my experience I managed to get my money within a few hours, which is not bad.
  • Daily tasks and point earning contests which rewards you with more bonus points.

The Cons

  • Although it is international a lot of offers are actually dependent on your region as well.
  • Some offers seem to be missing for me like watching  videos, which might be a region problem.

Should you join PrizeRebel?

If you’re looking for that extra buck then the answer is definitely a yes.

The offers are easy to do and the low minimum ( which is really the winning factor here ) will make your life easy.

If you decide to quit one day you can just get the remaining points needed and leave so you don’t waste your previous efforts.

However the thing is this PrizeRebel won’t make you rich. The most you can get out of it is probably about $100 to $150 a month if you keep doing offers everyday.

If you want a better, long term money making opportunity you can try Wealthy Affiliate, which is free to sign up as well.

If you have any questions leave a comment below,





22 thoughts on “PrizeRebel Review – is PrizeRebel Legit?

  1. Kurtis Quick

    It seems like it is an easy way to make a few extra bucks when you are bored. I will have to bookmark this site for next time I am online and bored. Might as well skip the Youtube and make a few extra bucks!

    1. Lucas Post author

      Totally agree haha. This isn’t some phenomenal way to get rich but it sure is more productive than browsing facebook or watching Youtube 😀

  2. Merry

    Great Review Lucas. I agree that Prize Rebel might be easier to achieve than Swagbucks and a few others I have seen. I would not be personally motivated to do surveys unless it was for a cash. There are a lot of these online but I think only a few can actually compare to either SB or PR. Thanks for the great info. Something I might just consider.

    1. Lucas Post author

      Thanks Merry 😀
      I’m glad you find PrizeRebel as good as Swagbucks. To be honest there are definitely surveys out there that pay cash directly which I might review soon.
      Nevertheless PrizeRebel offers more stuff to do on top of surveys which make make our lives less boring haha. Lets not forget the low cash out minimum too !

  3. Larry Burke

    Nice review. I’m not sure this would really do much for me because I really don’t have a lot of spare time to get enough reward points daily to make it worthwhile. I am curious though I must admit . I wouldn’t mind seeing the prizes that are offered.

    1. Lucas Post author

      To be honest it doesn’t really take that much time to answer a survey. The problem is if you don’t qualify. Usually surveys only take about 10 – 15 minutes. Thanks for your input though I might feature the rewards more later.

  4. Phil

    Hi there,
    I’ve just looked at your post and I must admit that you have covered almost every online money making opportunity and explained all the ins and outs of whats involved. Well done on that score. Stay at home moms and dads would be very interested in looking at your site for sure. There is something for everyone that is interested ie, either full-time or part-time, there is an opportunity for all
    Thanks again for a great post, very interesting.
    Cheers……Philip Browne

    1. Lucas Post author

      Thank you Phil for your compliment xD

      I am trying to share as many money making opportunities as I can so that anyone can make money online. This site is dedicated to helping beginners after all 😀

  5. Matt

    Thanks for posting such great information on Prize Rebel. I have never heard of it but I have used SwagBucks and Inbox Dollars before. I found that those weren’t for me because the payment wasn’t enough to warrant the amount of work.

    Maybe Prize Rebel is different, I will be giving it a try!

    1. Lucas Post author

      I’ve used them both before as well and since I’m generally very lazy I prefer a low minimum cash out requirement which is why PrizeRebel suits me 😀

      Not to say that Swagbucks or Inbox Dollars is bad since each of them has their good points but I find that I enjoy PrizeRebel more.

  6. TheTourist

    Wow! I checked out the money you can make on Wealthy Affiliate.. Looks very interesting! Not only the money is interesting but the information and tutorials there are so structured..

    See you there Lucas!

    1. Lucas Post author

      Wealthy Affiliate is by far the best program out there which is why it is my #1 recommendation ( and many others as well ).

      I do agree the education you get there is the best part, it is the reason why I have this site in the first place actually.

  7. JT

    Hey Lucas,
    Prize rebel sound very intriguing! I have to ask though, are these offer walls constantly trying to snatch your phone number before you can complete the tasks in them? I’ve seen companies like OfferToro or PeanutLabs in other sites and It was always “type in your phone number” or “enter credit card details to get the reward”, know what I mean?
    In any case PR sounds like a much better way to spend my youtubing time. 🙂

    1. Lucas Post author

      Hey man you actually raised a very good question here.

      Some offers do definitely want your credit card information. Offers can be something like start a free trial for 30 days, then after 30 days they bill you automatically which is why they want your credit card information. So it is up to you to keep track of these offers ( and also read the terms properly ) to cancel your free trial before you get billed.

      Quite a number of websites ask for emails but I don’t get asked for phone numbers as much. If you’re worried about spam a lot of people create a separate email just for these sites so their personal email doesn’t get spammed.

      In any case it is up to you to decide to take the offer and it is your responsibility to read the terms and offer properly.

      Hope this helps 😀

  8. Norman Richards

    Hello and thanks for sharing, this is a really great way to make some extra cash on the side. I am sure that many more person would love to here about this kind of program.

    1. Lucas Post author

      Thanks a lot !

      I do believe that doing little tasks for money is better than browsing facebook or watching youtube, unless you’re reading educational stuff 😀

  9. Tony

    Hey Lucas,

    Thanks for the write up on this one. It’s good to see some of these gift card reward sites actually follow through and don’t make you jump through a ton of hoops in order to cash out with the rewards they promise.

    1. Lucas Post author

      Yo Tony,

      Exactly my point ! To be honest I would recommend PrizeRebel over Swagbucks simply because it is so easy to cash out and you don’t have to do a lot to get paid ( relatively ).

      And yes they do pay you so no worries there 😀

  10. Chanan

    Yes, I agree with you on the notion that PrizeRebel is not really much known to everyone. Good thing you have this article which will serve as a guide for anyone who could get to stumble in this while doing their stuff online.

    As I have finished reading your article, I have come into an idea of actually trying out PrizeRebel to earn extra income. It is reliable with all the pros that you have presented here and I think the cons are quite manageable.


  11. Neil

    From reading your review, I can certainly see that PrizeRebel is a legitimate program. 🙂

    I particularly like the fact that PR offers various surveys giving you more options to make some money.

    I can see how this kind of ‘Get Paid To’ program can offer folks some rewards for having fu, but personally, I like the idea of Wealthy Affiliate much better because I’d love to build a real business online.



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