Rewardy App Review

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The Rewardy app has more than 500,000 downloads and a 4.7/5 rating on the Google Play store.

If you’re looking for an app that pays you to answer questions, this is one of the hundreds of apps that allow you to do so.

While these apps are mostly legit, so many of them are not worth your time.  You will find that some don’t offer much or they don’t pay all that much.  It greatly varies.

In today’s review, I wanted to see if the Rewardy app is worthy of your time.

Does it offer a lot of surveys and offers?  Can you earn a lot of money?

I downloaded it and did the dirty work so that you don’t have to.  As in all of my reviews, I’m 100% honest, only recommending what I feel is worth your time.

Let’s begin!

Earning Money with Rewardy

Rewardy is more than just surveys.  You can even earn money completing offers as well as missions to earn credits, which you can then cash out for a variety of rewards.

To get started, you will have to have to download the app, and later, when you cash out, you will have to provide your PayPal address.  For now, you will be able to start immediately without signing up.  At the moment, it’s only available for your phone and no desktop version is available.

Anyone can sign up, but where you sign up will affect what kind of offers you see, keep that in mind.

When you sign up, your dashboard will look something like this:

This is an endless scroll of the many offers and surveys that you can complete at the moment.  99% of what you see, however, are offers and not like the traditional surveys you see on other apps.

As you can see, you will be able to view the offer, what kind of offer it is as well as it pays.

Let me give an example…

This is a “task” for Amazon Photos that will pay you 720 in rewards if you were to complete it.

If you clicked on this particular task, you will then see what you have to do to earn that reward.

You can see you need to download the Amazon Photos app and upload at least 4 photos, that’s it.

As long as you’re a first-time user and you’re not using a VPN, you can get the reward.

There are a ton of these offers and they always seem to be updating, so if you want offers all in one place, it’s an app that seems like it has potential.

What Are the Points Worth?

Here’s the important part.

Every 1,000 points are worth $1 in PayPal cash.

This means every point is worth $0.001, less than a penny.

As long as you keep this in mind, it will make it easier to figure out what an offer is worth.

So, that Amazon Photos offer pays 720 in points, but that’s only $0.72.  Apps often do this because 720 in points often sounds like a lot more than $0.72.  It’s just a mind game.


When it comes time to cash out, it’s fairly simple, as you can only cash out via PayPal.

You will need at least 10,000 points ($10) to cash out and it will take about 24 to 48 hours to cash out.

At the moment, PayPal is the only option that they offer, but that shouldn’t be a problem, as this is what most people want as a reward.

How Much Can I Make?

With any app that works like this, you should always set the bar low, as there isn’t much income earning potential here.

Even if you’re aggressive throughout the day, I don’t think you can make more than $5 a day, maybe a pinch more.

Nonetheless, I think it’s safe to say you can earn maybe $10 to $20 a month if you casually use the app and complete the right offer.  As long as you have this mindset, it will make using the app that much more enjoyable.

Keep in mind that while the app does add offers frequently, it’s not as much as you think.  As you complete the offers, you will notice that your offers will slowly disappear and won’t fill up as fast as you’re doing them.

As always, there’s no guarantee as to much you can earn, and how much you make will depend on your demographic, which offers you do as well as how often you log in.

The Pros:

  • variety of games, surveys, and tasks to complete for rewards.
  • user-friendly interface
  • customer service seems good
  • PayPal

The Cons:

  • survey links can be hard to find
  • some tasks take a long time and isn’t worth your time
  • payout threshold is kind of high
  • only PayPal as a reward
  • requirements for some tasks are high
  • lots of users report it’s not worth the time

Final Thoughts

7/10What I like about Rewardy is that they put offers all in one place.  It’s easy to skim, easy to sign up and they seem to update all of the time.  Best of all, you can cash out via PayPal.

While you won’t find a ton of surveys if that’s what you’re looking for, you can find an abundant amount of offers and they seem to pay okay, not the best.  Remember to do the math before to make sure it is worth your time.

In the end, if I’m going to do offers, I probably wouldn’t use the app, as other sites like Swagbucks pay much more for the same offers.  It is always best to shop around as a lot of sites vary in price.

That’s going to wrap it up.

As always, if you want to comment, you can sound off below on your experience.

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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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