LootGain Review: Can You Earn Up to $20 a Day?

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LootGain is one of the many GPT websites on the internet.  They pay you to complete a variety of tasks, such as surveys and your typical offerwalls.  It’s not the most popular, but people do use it.

In today’s review, I wanted to show you how it works, what you can potentially make and if it’s worth your time.  If you have ever read any of my reviews, you should be assured that everything that

What is LootGain?

LootGain is basically a middleman of sorts that works with a few reputable third-party offerwall companies.  These companies provide them with the offers/surveys and they then pass these on to you, keeping some of the profits. You can find these options on almost any GPT website, however, what you will see is that some companies are greedy with how much they take, whereas others may be more generous.  This is why it’s so important to compare payouts when you use any of these sites to ensure you’re getting the best bang for your dollar.

As mentioned, LootGain isn’t all that popular, but they have more than 69,000 members, paying out more than $26,000 since opening their doors.

The company in itself is legit, but the question is if it’s worth your time.

Listed below, I talk about the many ways you can make money on the site.

Earning #1 – Surveys

As I said, all of your offers and surveys will come from third-party offerwalls.  While there’s nothing wrong with this, you’re not going to find much in terms of uniqueness here.

In the surveys section, you can see they only work with three third-party companies at the moment:  Monlix, BitLabs and CPX Research.  They can always add (or take away) more in the future, but they all work in the same way.

All you need to do is click on a survey of interest and then answer the questions honestly.  Keep in mind that you won’t always qualify and sometimes, you won’t want to do it because they may not be worth your time.  For example, getting paid $0.50 for a 20-minute survey won’t be worth it.

I was disappointed with the surveys section since they didn’t work with many companies and when I clicked on a few, such as Monlix, I didn’t even see a survey invite.  In my research, companies, such as Swagbucks, can pay out much more.

Earning #2 – Offers

Aside from the surveys, you can also complete offers.  This is as simple as reading what’s expected of you and then completing the task.  For example, you could get paid if you signed up for an email list or downloaded an app.  There are always a ton of offers floating around on the internet, some bad, some good, but I always recommend you at least check some out because I have found some very lucrative offers in the past.  I wouldn’t say I found them on LootGain, per se, but I have found them mainly on Swagbucks.  With some effort, you can earn $100+ per month with ease.

Thankfully, LootGain does offer many more options than just the surveys section, as you can see.  Some even offer you a bonus.

If any are of interest, just click on a logo, view the list and see if any offers are worth your time.


That offer above, for example, would pay you “145 loots” if you were to open the app and use it for the day.

What Are Loots Worth?

So, like many GPT sites, most pay out in some silly rewards system.  LootGain uses the “loots” system, whereas Swagbucks, for example, uses “Swagbucks.”  Some, such as, just uses a cash system, which I prefer.

However, I understand that some companies use a reward system so that they can change the value over time if need be.

Thankfully, LootGain makes it easy in that every 1,000 loots is worth $1 in rewards.

LootGain Rewards

LootGain offers a variety of rewards, many of which are good and what most people are looking for.

Keep in mind that the rewards offered as of this review can change tomorrow, so it’s important to check out the rewards page to see what’s available.

As of this review, this is what they were offering as well as the minimum required to redeem that reward:

  • Litecoin ($1)
  • Bitcoin ($5)
  • Dogecoin ($5)
  • PayPal ($10)
  • Netflix ($15)
  • Amazon ($5)
  • PlayStation Store ($5)
  • Google Play ($10)
  • Apple ($5)
  • Spotify ($10)

After redemption, it can take up to three business days to receive your payout, according to the FAQ.


One last thing I want to mention is that LootGain does offer bonuses for the day to the top earners.

It’s not much but every day, they give away $20 in rewards, with $5 of it going to the top earner for the day.

If you’re going to use the site, pay close attention to the leaderboard because most of the time, you don’t have to earn all that much to make the top 30.

How Much Can You Earn?

With this site, you’re not going to earn all that much, but you can earn something.  How much you earn will greatly depend on how often you log in and which offers you use.

In my experience, these types of sites will earn you about $1 to $5 a day at most.  Even if you look at the top 30 leaderboards, you can see that the top people are barely making $3 a day. That’s everything you need to know.

You will never get rich with these websites, but you can earn something.  Just keep in mind that it won’t be a whole lot.

Signing Up

If you like what you see and you want to sign up, the process is simpler than most.

All they ask for is your name, email as well as a username/password, that’s it.  If you choose to do so, you can connect your Google account, too.

The great thing about LootGain is that they are open to users worldwide, however, like most GPT sites, where you live can greatly affect how much you can earn.  Just because you can join the website doesn’t mean you’re going to make a lot of money.  You will want to keep that in mind.

After you sign up, you can immediately access your dashboard, which I covered above.

Final Thoughts

4/10In the end, I didn’t see anything all that special with LootGain.  I’m not saying it’s a scam nor am I saying it’s not worth your time.  I just don’t see anything unique because they just work with offerwalls.  And, again, offerwalls are fine, but they don’t have a ton to choose from.

While the contest option is nice, there’s not much more to it.  If you really like the concept, you’re much better off with Swagbucks and  These companies pay much more and you will have a LOT more to do.  Plus, the redemptions are much lower and quicker.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience or add to what I have written, feel free 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. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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