Welcome to my PrizeDr review.
There is nowadays an abundance of ways to generate extra income by doing simple tasks online.
As I have found out, some through reviewing countless sites and apps, many of them are simply no good.
Whether that be straight up misleading you or just taking away your precious time.
But luckily, not every opportunity out there is like that, and you will find legitimate ways to trade your time for money.
This is where PrizeDr comes into play.
It’s a website that claims to pay you for doing simple tasks online, through surveys, videos, that kind of thing.
However, the question is whether this site pays and if they will give you money worth your time.
I have done the work for you by checking them out first-hand to deliver the answers you want on this site.
PrizeDr Review Summary
- Owner: PrizeDr
- What Are They?: GPT Site
- My Worth It Rating: 4/5
What Is PrizeDr?
PrizeDr is a GPT site founded at the end of 2020 that offers a way for people to earn through completing different tasks online.
The company claim to pay their users out through several gift cards but also by cash and interestingly in-app credit, similar to EzCash.
Since they are new, they aren’t established yet, however over on Facebook, they have a following of over 8000 people along with 28 thousand subscribers over on YouTube.
Getting Started With PrizeDr
You can get started really easily by clicking on either the sign-up or login button in the top right corner.
Or by inserting your email address in the start earning box, both of which are found on the home page of PrizeDr.
Once you have clicked on either of them, you can create an account by filling in four boxes.
This consists of your:
- And your password again
Now while this is all very simple, you should know that this site only accepts people who are over 13+.
However, since you are here and interested in earning money, chances are you are over that age anyway.
Completing The First Three Steps
Once you have completed this and any captchas, when prompted, you will be taken to the first of four steps.
Now it’s at this stage that you get to choose what reward you want to start working towards.
Below is a picture of the payouts they support, which, as you can see, there is plenty to choose from.
The second stage sees you being offered free points if you follow their Instagram and youtube channel.
For each one, you get 10 points, which combined with the sign-up bonus they give you starts you with 70.
With the third stage, to incentivize new users to get started on tasks, you get double payouts for the first two hours.
As you can see by the image below, there are links to the easy points section, which is essentially quick tasks to complete.
Plus, the download apps, which for both are quite self-explanatory.
That, however, finishes the account set up, and from then onwards, you can browse around the site and check out what else is on offer.
In the next section, I will cover each of these ways and the earning potential behind them.
How Does PrizeDr Work?
Like most get paid to websites, the site works by paying you each time you complete one of the tasks that are on offer on-site.
With PrizeDr, you do have a few ways to start earning almost immediately.
However, while I will talk about some of the cool aspects of these new sites.
The earning section is a bit underwhelming especially considering this is what you will be relying on to cash out.
So what you have, eight offer walls. These are all external, meaning you will be redirected to new tabs, and with each of these, you will find little basic tasks that you can do while also earning points.
Now offer walls from my experience can be hit and miss, as sometimes you can be credited straight away whereas other times you just never receive your points.
That is why I always recommend sticking to those with simple instructions, as they typically credit more consistently than others.
Lastly, on these offer walls, you can earn up to 10’000 points per offer.
Now one thing to bear in mind is that the more you get offered, the more work it will take you to complete it.
Either that or you need to put in your CC details for something like signing up for a free trial for a movie service, for example.
The survey section consists of one survey router, which is external and isn’t studies brought to you by PrizeDr themselves.
Now here you just have a survey router called ‘Your Surveys’, which, to be honest, is the best one out there from my experience.
They credit the best and have a lower rate of disqualification compared to others out there.
To complete these, you simply click on the router, which will take you to a new tab, where new research opportunities will be sent your way.
Here is a short video from the owners, who take you through how to earn gift cards:
How Do They Pay?
As I will explain in the next section, the payouts are good and bad.
They do payout fast within 48 hours; however, oh boy, will you have to work for it.
Now, if you do have the patience to stick around with PrizeDr, you will have a good choice of gift cards to take your pick from.
Not only do you have the typical choices of PayPal, Amazon, Walmart, but you have some unique ones such as Roblox, Twitch, League of Legends and Xbox vouchers for gamers who want to earn free V-bucks for Fortnite.
To name the other rewards, you also have Steam, Google Play, Spotify, Netflix, iTunes, Playstation, Crunchyroll, Adidas, Nike, Gamestop and Uber.
Shortchanging Their Users?
I do want to also mention something that you may or not realise from signing up to them, which is very important to know.
This is with the payout for this router, which stands at 66.5o points for each survey you complete.
It does look like you can do as many as you want, but this amount is much lower than other GPT sites I have used.
To the point where it does concern me how much of a cut are they taking away from their users.
First things first, any business needs to generate profit to be successful.
But with these surveys, you are paid significantly lower than you should be.
To explain this, let me compare the payout to an established GPT site called PrizeRebel that I recommend and use myself:
PrizeRebel pays you 73 points for completing the same surveys and pays you once you get to 500 points ($5).
This means you only need to complete 7 to get paid.
In this case, with PrizeDr, they pay you 66.50 per survey and allow you to withdraw at 1490 points ($5).
However, with them, you must do 23 of these to withdraw.
As you can see, it’s very clear that you will need to put in over 3x the time to get paid the same amount, which I do not like at all.
I become quite used to reviewing a site where every review on site is just bad.
However, with this new gpt site, it made quite a change to see positive feedback left by its users.
Now don’t get me wrong, with this site being very fresh, there aren’t too many users hence not that many reviews.
But the common theme I found with the reviews were that people were getting paid but also quickly.
In fact, looking over at Trustpilot, where PrizeDr currently has a 4.2-star rating out of 5, it does look like people are getting their payouts within 2 days of requesting them.
You love to see, and it shows with this site, even at this early stage, that they are prompt with the paying side of things.
While that area is good, there is one aspect that some users picked up on, including me, being the lack of opportunities.
Even though they have a low minimum threshold and fast system, there doesn’t seem to lots of ways to earn.
They could do with more survey routers, ideally ones with higher payouts in particularly.
For what it’s worth, I do think PrizeDr is a legitimate paying GPT site that will allow you to earn the free gift cards that say.
While you will get paid, and fast by what I have seen, I wouldn’t say this one is worth it.
It is a shame, as it looked promising at first glance, but the lack of ways to go about earning and the really low-paying surveys really do put me off recommending them to you.
Especially since I know of websites that are just far better, such as PrizeRebel, the site I mentioned earlier, which is put bluntly on another level to PrizeDr.
Now to cut this company some slack, they have got things right.
First of they are paying, which is always good to see, and they have also made the site accessible for anyone who is over 13+ with an easy sign-up process.
But until they increase their payouts or introduce other ways for people to earn, I wouldn’t recommend them at this point.
Having had the chance to share my thoughts on this site and where they go wrong, for those of you who are serious about earning, here are the sites and apps I use to make money online.
Thanks for reading my PrizeDr review.
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