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Many survey sites out there market to kids under 18. But are they safe? It’s understandable that kids want to start making money to start buying their own things and survey sites can make that possible.
As a teen, you’d want to know that the survey sites you’re visiting would have your parents’ approval. And as a parent, you’d want to know that your child is using survey sites that are safe. You’d also want to know that the content on the site is appropriate for younger users.
Here are twelve survey sites that are geared toward kids and are committed to having kid-friendly content. The minimum user age on each site varies, so we’ll share this information here as well.
Also, it’s important to note that these sites require parental consent for any member under age 18. Check them out and see if any of these survey sites can help your child earn some spending cash.
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Best Paid Survey Sites for Kids
e-Poll members (you have to be at least 13 to join) will be asked to give opinions on various subjects. This company focuses primarily on TV shows and other media.
As a member, you’ll earn points that can be redeemed for PayPal cash, Amazon gift cards or other rewards. You can also donate your points to a charitable cause of your choice.
You can join Swagbucks as soon as you turn 13 years old.
So far, they have paid out over $331 million to members. It’s free to join and they even have a $10 bonus for signing up.
You earn points for each survey you complete. Then you can redeem those points to get Starbucks, Walmart or even Amazon gift cards.
3. Ipsos I-Say
The minimum age to join Ipsos I-Say is 14. They’ll pay you points for completing surveys and you can use those points to get rewards. Rewards options include gift cards to Amazon, Starbucks, PayPal and more.
Bonus: Ipsos I-Say also has contests you can enter to earn cash and other prizes.
Toluna pays kids aged 13 and up for participating in surveys and polls. As a member you might be occasionally asked to test products as well.
You’ll earn points for each survey or task you complete. You can redeem the points for cash or for gift cards or other rewards. Bonus: Toluna has a daily sweepstakes giveaway for all members as well.
5. VIP Voice
If you’re at least 13 years old you can join VIP Voice. VIP Voice lets you earn points for completing surveys just like other sites.
However, they run things a bit differently in that your points can only be used to gain entry into sweepstakes. The company can offer sweepstakes entries for a variety of prizes on any given day.
Sweepstakes pay winners in the form of electronics items, vacations, cash, and other prizes. VIP Voice also has auctions you can enter to bid on items too.
6. Survey Savvy
Survey Savvy will pay you for taking surveys and also for referring members who take surveys. The minimum member age for joining is 13. After you sign up to be a member (it’s free) your information will be put into the Survey Savvy database.
When you fit the criteria for a survey you’ll be sent an email with instructions. Most kid-geared surveys ask questions about video games, toys, snacks, etc. You’ll be paid for each survey you take. Payment is made via a check mailed to your house.
They will also pay you $5 per month for installing their tracking software on an internet connected device.
7. Kids Opinions
Kids Opinions is a division of Panel Polls surveys. Children as young as three years of age can be invited to participate. Survey “jobs” might include playing a video game, testing out a toy and more.
For each survey your child completes, they earn points that can be redeemed for cash or gift cards. Note that all surveys for Kids Opinions require parent participation.
8. Kidz Eyes
Kidz Eyes is an online research panel geared specifically toward kids aged 6-12. You’ll give your opinion on a variety of subjects. Some of those subjects include:
- TV shows
And more. You’ll earn reward points for each survey you complete. After you’ve earned at least 1,000 points you can request payment in the form of a check. Parents must be present for most surveys and act as a partner.
9. Paid Viewpoint
Paid Viewpoint accepts members aged 13 and up and pays cash for every completed survey. The more surveys you complete with them, the more your “TrustScore” rises.
The TrustScore helps the company identify which members are truly working to give honest answers. And it helps weed out people who may be simply trying to complete as many surveys as they can in the shortest amount of time.
You’ll get paid more for the surveys you complete as your TrustScore rises. Higher pay results in more total earnings.
10. Teens Eyes
Teens Eyes is a survey site that focuses solely on the opinions of kids ages 13 to 18. When you take surveys for Teens Eyes, you’ll earn points. You can redeem the points for cash as your balance accrues.
In some situations, Teens Eyes will offer sweepstakes or contest entries instead of points for surveys. As long as you have Internet access, an email address, and meet the age requirements, you can join Teens Eyes.
11. Teens Panel
Teens Panel is another division of Panel Polls that is geared toward teenagers. Kids as young as 13 can participate. As a member you might be asked to watch a TV show, play a video game or check out a movie. Then you’ll share your thoughts on the show, game or movie.
Beta testing and focus group sessions are also available for teens. As with the kids program, teen members will earn points for participation. You can then use your points for purchasing gift cards or cash.
12. Harris Poll Online
Harris Poll Online seeks survey takers age 13 and up. When you become a member (it’s free to join) you’ll be asked to take surveys on a variety of subjects.
You’ll earn points for each survey you complete. You can use those points to get a gift card to Amazon, iTunes or Starbucks. Bonus: you can also get merchandise with your points or use them for sweepstakes entries.
As you can see, there are several kid-friendly survey sites that are safe for your child to use. This type of work-from-home “job” can be a great way to teach your kids the wonders of entrepreneurship. It can also help them learn what kids need to know about money.
Have you or your child ever used any of these kid-geared or teen-geared survey sites? If so, what was your experience? Tell us by leaving a comment below.