PrizeRebel – April 24 Proof

I like shopping on Amazon so I focus on Amazon gift cards when I can lately.

PrizeRebel helps me with that.


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Of course, Amazon cards aren’t the only option. Physical prizes, PayPal, gift cards to other companies, etc. are all available for you too. PrizeRebel has been around for years, and I’ve never had an issue with them.

They’re a long-standing GPT site where you can do offers, surveys, and tasks to earn points in exchange for prizes. There are also cash earning opportunities.

Per their TOS they allow users from the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada or Australia.

If you’re not a member, click here to sign up and try it out for yourself. It’s pretty straightforward.

Feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions.

PrizeRebel 2013 Proof

It’s 2013 and PrizeRebel is still going strong.

Or at least they paid $5 (instant delivery!), however you want to measure that.

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PrizeRebel is a GPT site aimed at users 13+ with parental permission (or 18+ ’cause you’re an adult) in theĀ United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada or Australia.

Prizes include (but are not limited to) Amazon gift cards, PayPal and eBay gift cards, video games, video game accessories, and so much more.

If you’re not already a member, click here to sign up and try it for yourself.

Is PrizeRebel legal?

I’ve had multiple people contact me to ask if PrizeRebel is legal. I suppose this is because you have the ability to earn free things, and many people don’t understand how sites like this work.

Note how above I mentioned that you “earn” free things. There is work and effort involved. The process is legitimate and legal:

You are filling out surveys and showing interest in “offers” on the site.

Each offer will have different requirements. You would only be submitting the offers that interest you.

The advertiser pays PrizeRebel for your activity, and they pay you a portion of what they earned.

On PrizeRebel you’re earning cash as well as points. Points have a conversion rate of: 1 point = $1.

You exchange your points for prizes. Items from Amazon, eBay, and other sites can be purchased for you, and there are multiple gift card options available.

To sum it up, PrizeRebel is legal and legitimate. With a little effort you can earn some great prizes.

Just a few examples: XBOX Live, iTunes gift cards, Amazon gift cards, Game consoles (Wii, PS3, XBOX 360), and more.

For the record:

“Users must be atleast 18 years old OR 13 years or older with parental permission.” (from the PrizeRebel TOS)
“Users must reside in the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada or Australia.” (from the PrizeRebel TOS)

You can sign up by clicking here.