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Best Paid Online Surveys in Singapore [2022]

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A few days ago, I created a guide that talked about the many survey companies you could sign up for if you lived in the Philippines.  Since a lot of my visitors come from a variety of countries, I figured it would be best if I created a guide for the many countries out there.

In today’s guide, I talk about the paid survey companies open to Singapore users.  If you reside in Singapore and you’re looking for ways to make money online by completing surveys, let it be known there are options.  You just need to know where to look.

In the list below, you will find a variety of free and legitimate companies that pay you to answer questions.  Don’t expect to get rich, but you can make $1 to $5+ a day, depending on how often you log in and how many companies you sign up for.

Best Surveys for Money in Singapore

Superpay.me

Superpay.me is one of my favorite options on the list, and it’s the reason I’m going to put it at the top here.  They are open to everyone around the world and work with so many reputable third-party providers, which means a lot of survey opportunities.  Aside from surveys, you can also earn through offers, contests and much more.  The website is kind of cluttered looking at first, but I promise you that it’s very easy to use.  Just click on an earning opportunity of interest and pick a company.  Then, you can start earning cash immediately.  You only need $1 and payments are made almost immediately.



Swagbucks

Swagbucks is one of the larger sites on the list.  In fact, I would gamble to say it’s the largest.  Having paid out hundreds of millions in rewards, Swagbucks offers a ton of survey and offer opportunities, some of which pay much more than the sites mentioned here.   Even though you can join in Singapore, your options are limited, but you can join.  I’m just saying this because U.S. residents see much more to do than, say, someone in Singapore, etc.  Payout thresholds start at $5 and you can cash out from almost any reward imaginable, including PayPal.

FeaturePoints

FeaturePoints is an easy-to-use app, but they also have a desktop version as well if that’s what you prefer.  With the app, you can earn in two ways, either via surveys or offers.  There are options to earn money in Singapore, but it’s not as plentiful if you live in other countries such as the U.S., etc.  You only need $3 to cash out and you can do so via PayPal, Bitcoin or through a variety of gift card options.

Freecash

Don’t let the name fool you as you won’t be handed free cash, however, you can earn it by completing surveys and offers.  Unlike the many I mention here, Freecash has a unique, interactive dashboard that actually makes earning money fun.  You only need $0.10 to cash out, making for the lowest threshold in the industry and you can choose crypto as a cashout option if you so choose.  PayPal and gift cards are available as well.

GrabPoints

GrabPoints is a melting pot of making money online, from surveys to offers.  The company works with a lot of reputable third-party companies and pay some of the highest rates in the industry.  They even go on to claim this, which is true some of the time.  You only need $5 to cash out, in which you can choose PayPal or gift cards.  Of course, 100% free to join.

instaGC

instaGC, as the name implies, will pay you out instantly upon cashing out.  You only need $1 to cash out and they have a ton of reward options.  Like some mentioned here, you can earn money by taking surveys, completing offers and even downloading games.  The company works with a variety of third-party offerwalls and always have a ton of things to do.   instaGC is open to almost every country worldwide.

Mobrog

Mobrog offers a variety of surveys and is open to most countries around the world, including Singapore.  This website is so easy to use and you can find a few survey opportunities throughout the day.  You only need $6.25 to cash out, which shouldn’t take long at all.  Once you do so, you can choose PayPal or Skrill as your rewards option.



Opinion Pioneer

Opinion Pioneer focuses solely on surveys and is open to Singapore users.  The nice thing about this website is that it’s extremely easy to use and there always seem to be surveys available.  The best thing, however, is that you can see the success rate, presented in a star form.  The more stars you see, the better your chances at completing it are.  You only need $10 to cash out, in which you can do so via PayPal.

PrizeRebel

PrizeRebel works with a variety of third-party offerwalls that offer a ton of survey opportunities.  The thing I like about PrizeRebel is that they lay out the surveys in an easy-to-read format, making it easier for you to choose the surveys that make the most sense for your time.  Aside from surveys, you can also earn in a variety of other ways, including watching videos, completing offers ad much more.  While PrizeRebel is open to users in Singapore, don’t be discouraged if you don’t see a lot of survey invites. It’s worth a look, however.

Rewards1

Rewards1 isn’t as popular, but I want to include it here as I have seen some success with it.  It’s like many here, where you can earn from much more than surveys.  Once you rise in the ranks, you can earn an instant cashout, which includes PayPal and a variety of gift cards.  You only need $5 to cash out.

Surveytime

Surveytime is different in that they don’t have a points/cash balance.  Rather, for every survey you complete, you will earn $1 and it’s sent immediately to your PayPal account.  This is probably the simplest setup of them all, but some may not like the idea of getting paid after each survey.  I get that.  If you do sign up, make sure you fill out your profile in detail so that you can maximize the surveys sent to your email.

Timebucks

Timebucks is another interactive GPT-like website that’s open to Singapore users.  There are a variety of ways to earn, from taking surveys to watching videos and playing online games.  You can also earn daily bonuses through the daily competitions.  It’s a fun site that’s much different than your traditional survey-like sites.

Toluna Influencers

Toluna has a survey panel in almost every country, including Singapore.  As a member, you can simply answer survey questions and earn rewards for your time.  You can also earn money by creating content, even though this will vary and won’t earn you too much.  Toluna pays out via PayPal or gift cards.

Triaba Singapore

This is probably one of the simpler survey sites to use.  Just sign up and click on a survey invite to start earning cash.  The company, like some mentioned here, has a Singapore division, which means every survey is catered to a Singapore demographic.  Don’t expect much, but you can earn something.  Redemptions start at 8 SGD and you can get paid through PayPal or gift cards.

Univox

Univox offers a variety of surveys to keep you busy and it’s extremely easy to use.  Best of all, the company will give you $2 if you sign up for the first time.  You can follow the link below to claim your bonus.  If you’re looking to make money taking surveys for cash in Singapore, then this is one to put high on your list.  The more active you are with the company, the more benefits you can receive.  You can take surveys via the desktop version or on your phone.

Valued Opinions Singapore

Valued Opinions has a Singapore division wherein you can earn up to S$10 every time you take a survey.  In my experience, the dashboard is easy to use and the surveys seem to be plentiful, at least in comparison to other sites mentioned here.  Just sign up, complete your profile and then wait for the survey invites to trickle in.

YouGov

YouGov is one of my favorite as I have found it to be much different than your traditional survey site.  And, what I mean by this is that you often answer questions that relate to current events and your results can often be found in local media outlets.  YouGov has a specific panel available solely to Singapore users and it’s 100% free to join.



ySense

ySense, which used to be known as ClixSense back in the day, focuses on a variety of ways to earn, including surveys.  The panel is open to Singapore users, but I have found through reviews that the survey invites are slim.  While the surveys do exist, many complain they don’t qualify for all of them.  This can be a common recurrence among the many survey panels out there.  You only need $5 to cash out, and you can choose between PayPal, Payoneer, Skrill or gift cards.

appKarma

appKarma is strictly a money-making app and is one of the most popular on the Google Play Store with more than 330,000 ratings and five million downloads.  You can earn money by completing offers, but the app offers other ways to earn as well, including downloading games and completing offers.  You only need $3 to cash out via PayPal and it’s open to Singapore residents.

Final Thoughts

If you live in Singapore, you have a ton of options, as you can see.

What I recommend is that you sign up for as many as possible (there’s no limit) and see which one works out the best for your demographics.  Remember, you will never get rich taking surveys.  As long as you’re happy with $1 to $7 per day, you should do fine.  I usually take surveys to buy a lunch or two.  With this mindset, it makes it that much easier.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, everything I recommend is 100% legitimate and I will never push a product that doesn’t work.

If you want to comment on the companies I mentioned or maybe you want to add one to the list, you’re more than welcome to do so in the comments below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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