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Opinion Outpost offers you the opportunity to earn rewards and influence decision makers in the UK by completing our paid online surveys about various products and services you know. It's free to join, and you can redeem your rewards in cash or vouchers for every paid online survey you complete!

How it works

Step 1 - Register - Paid Online Surveys

Register for Free

Sign up using the form above – it’s quick and easy and you can start taking our paid surveys immediately. You can take as many market research surveys as you wish - it's up to you!

Step 2 - Participate - Paid Online Surveys

Participate in Online Surveys

Share your thoughts and opinions in our online surveys! Start influencing products and services that you use in your daily life. Earn points for each paid online survey you complete.

Step 3 - Earn cash and rewards - Paid Online Surveys

Earn money and rewards

Exchange your points for cash, or choose Amazon.co.uk or App Store & iTunes® Gift Cards*.

 

Rewards

You can choose from a variety of rewards for completing our paid online surveys.

 
What we do and how you can earn rewards - Paid Online Surveys

What we do

Opinion Outpost is an online market research panel, where you can earn money, vouchers and other rewards for answering our online surveys. As a member, you will be invited to take surveys on a variety of topics, such as household products, gadgets and electronics, healthcare, sports, lifestyle, travel and more. In return for your time, you will earn points that you can exchange for cash, or for Amazon.co.uk or App Store & iTunes® Gift Cards* and more!

Opinion Outpost members claimed more than 3.5 million GBP worth of rewards last year including PayPal, Amazon, and iTunes vouchers and cash prizes

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Date: 07/06/2019


Every student knows that one of the best things about university is getting a student discount. Once you graduate hunting them down can be so much trickier so it’s best to take advantage of them while you can.


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Could YOU make money online with Opinion Outpost?


Date: 18/04/2018


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Online surveys show we don't trust social media - but why?


Date: 10/04/2018


Can we - and do we - trust social media? Online surveys in the UK reveal only one in four of us do. But why is that, and does it really matter? The annual Edelman Trust Barometer was reviewed earlier this year, and the online surveys revealed not only that 3 out of 4 Brits distrust social media, but that they majority of us would like to see tougher regulations on social platforms.


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