Opinion Champ Review (Where I Rank Them)

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Opinion Champ is a real and genuine survey platform. While it does provide ways to earn rewards, some information isn’t easy to find, at least when I was doing research.  And honestly, there are better options out there.  However, it doesn’t mean you should skip out on this one just yet.

Opinion Champ is known for paying its users when they complete surveys and join focus groups. So, if you’re wondering whether it’s a genuine site or just another scam, rest assured, it’s legitimate. But the bigger question is, is it worth your time?

My aim with this review, as with all of them is to answer that very question. By the end, you’ll have a clear picture of whether Opinion Champ is the right fit for you.

What is Opinion Champ?

Simply put, it’s a website where you get paid for sharing your thoughts through surveys.

The brains behind it is a company called Quest Global Research, which also runs other survey platforms. The offerings of Opinion Champ are pretty clear-cut. However, to truly gauge its worth, we need to dive into how you can earn from it.

To give you a clearer view, I used the platform for a while and will walk you through how the whole platform works and how you can make money.

Who Can Join?

If you’re from the US or Canada, you’re in luck. Opinion Champ caters exclusively to residents of these two countries. When signing up, you’ll notice there are only two country options available: Canada and the US.

Now, while their website doesn’t spill a lot of beans about who can join, there’s one thing you should know. Since they use PayPal for payments, you need to be at least 18 years old. Why? Well, that’s the age you need to be to set up a PayPal account. From what I’ve seen, most survey sites, including Opinion Champ, usually allow just one member per household. But without more details on their site, I can’t say for sure.

For those residing in the US, there’s a treasure trove of other survey opportunities available. And the same goes for those in Canada. Both nations have a rich landscape of survey platforms waiting for participants.

Making Money with Surveys

After signing up with Opinion Champ, your primary way to earn will be by taking surveys.

Once registered, you’ll see a dashboard displaying available surveys every time you log in. But before the floodgates of survey invites open, it’s essential to finish filling out your profile, which is split into multiple sections. The more detailed your profile, the more survey opportunities come your way.  This is fairly standard amongst all survey companies.

When a survey catches your eye, click on it to start.

But first, before you’re even able to take it, you’ll answer a few preliminary questions to check if you’re the right fit for the survey’s target audience. If you match the criteria, great.  You will then be able to take the main survey. But if you don’t qualify, don’t fret. Just move to the next one. After finishing a survey, your reward awaits (more about that shortly).

The types of questions vary.  Some might want a detailed response, while others might be a simple multiple-choice format. Generally, expect surveys to be around 5 to 20 minutes long. And for the music lovers out there, some surveys revolve around rating short music clips from local radio stations – a fun twist, I think.

Not all surveys you see are directly from Opinion Champ, either.  Some are from their partners, meaning you’ll be redirected to another site to complete them.  These are what are known as offerwalls.

Regardless, rewards go straight to your Opinion Champ account.

From my experience, there seems to be a good mix of surveys regularly, but sometimes finding the perfect match requires a bit of patience. While the pay was initially a bit low compared to other sites, they’ve since upped their game, offering more attractive rewards.

Testing Products and Focus Groups

Apart from surveys, there’s another exciting way to earn: product reviews. Occasionally, you’ll get the chance to test new products. And, the best part is that they deliver them to your doorstep. Once you’ve tried the product, just follow the given guidelines to get your reward.

Information about product reviews or focus groups isn’t abundant on their site, but I assume you’ll typically receive an email heads-up when such opportunities arise. If you get such an invite, I’d suggest jumping on it – it’s a neat way to earn a little extra while doing something fun.

How Much Can You Make?

If you’re looking to earn a substantial amount from any survey platform, the trick is to snag as many survey invites as you can. The more surveys you’re eligible for and complete, the higher your rewards.

But, here’s the catch.

It’s not just about getting a ton of invites. It’s about how many you actually qualify for. Because if you don’t meet a survey’s criteria, you’ll miss out on its reward.

Another thing to consider is the actual reward amount for each survey. Even if you’re swimming in surveys, if each one pays peanuts, your earnings will still be on the lower side.

To boost your invite count, ensure you’ve filled out all nine sections of your profile. For better chances at qualifying, jump on a survey invite as soon as you get it. Many surveys have a respondent limit. Once they hit that number, anyone else trying to take part often gets turned away.

I recommend using your mobile device to answer surveys promptly. It makes the whole process faster and more convenient.

However, it’s essential to set realistic expectations. Opinion Champ might give you a little extra cash on the side, but it’s not the speediest in terms of earnings.  Expect maybe a few dollars a day at most.  This can be said about almost any survey site.


Every time you complete a survey on Opinion Champ, you earn points. And, once you’ve racked up 500 points, you’re eligible to cash out through PayPal, Amazon, Starbucks or Krispy Kreme.

As I write this, these are the only four rewards at the moment, but they can always change at any given moment.

Right now, every 100 points is worth $1, meaning 500 points is about $5.

The Pros

  • low payout threshold
  • mobile friendly
  • easy to use
  • Amazon and PayPal

The Cons

  • users report not being paid for completed surveys
  • some claim they are unable to redeem points
  • lack support from the company
  • several users state they’ve received no response from customer service after reporting issues.
  • a few express that while they get numerous survey invitations, very few are actually accessible.

Final Thoughts

5/10Overall, Opinion Champ is legit and I would rank it near the middle.  The platform is easy to use, but the problem is that you will be disqualify from so many surveys.  This can be frustrating.  However, if you stick it out, you could probably earn a few dollars here and there.  Don’t expect much.

In the end, it’s not my favorite, but I’m not going to knock it.  It’s 100% legit, but it’s not the best if that make sense.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience, feel free to do so 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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