LifePoints is a survey rewards platform with a community of more than 5 million members worldwide. On this platform, members can share their opinions, answer surveys, and influence brands around the world, all while earning gift cards and other rewards.
Platform Details 🌐
|Opportunities:||Market Research Participation Online Sweepstakes Survey Taking Weekly Sweepstakes|
Details for Members 💰
Note that LifePoints may expire 3 years after they were earned or after 12 months of account inactivity. Be sure to attempt a survey every now and then to keep your account active.
|Point Conversion:||1 LifePoints point is worth $0.00769-$0.00909 USD. 110-130 points = $1 USD. To reach the minimum payout amount listed below, you'll need to have around 550-650 points.|
|Payout Options:||Charity Donations, Gift Cards, PayPal|
Payout options vary by country.
|Payout Speed:||1-12 days|
|Sign Up Bonus:||New members earn 10 LifePoints upon signup.|
- User-friendly website with a simple, well-designed interface
- Good choice of reward options
- Besides just surveys, there are nice extras built into the site such as events, giveaways, and mini polls
- Available in many different countries
- Even if you're disqualified from a survey, you'll occasionally be given points just for participating
- Survey availability can be limited and unpredictable
- Some surveys can be extremely long and they don't always give you a time estimate beforehand
- Point conversion rates are confusing
- Follow LifePoints on their social media channels to see if you're one of the lucky winners of weekly bonus points and prizes
- Try to participate consistently to receive more survey opportunities
- Be patient, fill out your profile, and treat this platform as a fun source of extra cash
Note: The pros, cons, and tips featured above are manually curated summaries and/or direct excerpts from our 7 LifePoints Member reviews.
LifePoints Member Statistics
We've gathered 7 LifePoints Member reviews from 4 unique countries/regions.
Here are some insights and statistics from those reviews:
Reported Hourly Earnings
Reported Monthly Earnings
Reported Time to Reach Minimum Payout Amount (For the 1st Time)
- Unknown (16.67%)
- <= 5 minutes (0%)
- <= 1 hour (0%)
- <= 1 day (0%)
- <= 1 week (16.67%)
- <= 2 weeks (33.33%)
- <= 3 weeks (16.67%)
- <= 1 month (0%)
- > 1 month (16.67%)
- > 1 year (0%)
Data updated monthly • Source: Self-reported info from our 7 LifePoints Member reviews.
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About the Reviewers
Reviews By Total Earnings
- Unknown (16.67%)
- Less than $100 (66.67%)
- $100-$999 (16.67%)
- $1,000-$9,999 (0%)
- $10,000-$49,999 (0%)
- $50,000-$99,999 (0%)
- $100,000+ (0%)
Reviews By Age Range
- Unknown (0%)
- 13-17 (0%)
- 18-24 (100%)
- 25-34 (0%)
- 35-44 (0%)
- 45-54 (0%)
- 55-64 (0%)
- 65+ (0%)
Reviews By Length of Use
- < 1 month (0%)
- 1-3 months (16.67%)
- 3-6 months (16.67%)
- 6-12 months (50%)
- 1-2 years (16.67%)
- 2-3 years (0%)
- 3-5 years (0%)
- 5+ years (0%)
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I think LifePoints is a great platform for making extra cash as a side hustle.
I would recommend this platform to anyone whos looking to make extra money doing surveys. Also, they do sometimes have opportunities to do product reviews as well and, there are always surveys to do every day.
Another thing to point out is that if you don't fit the right demographics for a survey you attempt, you still get points for trying anyways. Also, you have the choice to cash out with gift cards or PayPal.
My favorite thing about LifePoints is the number of surveys on offer on a given day. Also, the pay for each survey is excellent for the time spent in my opinion. Lifepoints are also usually spot on for the estimated time required for each survey and the cashout system is simple and painless.
My least favorite thing about the platform is that it takes about a week to get rewards after the cash-out. I don't think it's too bad but some might find it annoying.
The best tip is to be consistent on the platform.
The best survey app for the time we put in
Best paying survey app for the time we put into it. The experience is great for some reason, makes you feel special and contributing to the bigger picture.
Easy to use.
Survey frequency is less.
Be honest and answer the survey as soon as possible!
Serves as extra income only
Lifepoints is GPT surveys site which has a low payout threshold. They also have mini polls that reward you for answering them and Occasional challenges/ Competitions/Giveaways which happens on their Facebook page.
They have not a lot of surveys but they pay more than other survey sites. Though your earning can be limited to how many surveys you are qualified to participate and the number of surveys are not consistent, which makes reaching the threshold take a lot of time.
Low Threshold - probably the most attainable threshold compare to other survey sites
Mini Polls - quick and easy way to earn money here
Facebook Events - this is another way to earn big points by joining giveaways/challenges/competition
They notify you on your emails if there's a possible survey match for you which helps you avoid vain waiting all day
Barely any surveys - there's not a lot of surveys here
Always check for the mini polls. Patiently wait for the surveys and always check your emails. Only join Occasional Facebook Events if you want and you're comfortable with it.
The pay is one of the best for survey sites
I really like it, recommended for sure.
The surveys that almost never screen out
The fact that one does not instantly have an idea of how much a survey pays (you need 600 lifepoints to get 5 euros, which makes it weird)
Always take the big ones first so you have a sense of accomplishment with your points going up
A good site to make a couple extra dollars on the side, just don't expect it to replace your day job
User-friendly, lots of rewards, available everywhere, which is great if you don't live in the US/UK. Customer support could be better, and the amount of surveys are really unpredictable.
It's very user-friendly and the site's format means everything is easy to find. There's a wide range of rewards, including PayPal (what I usually use), paper and online vouchers, gift cards. You can even donate what you earned to charity, if you want!
t's available everywhere and all around the world. The only requirements are that you have to be at least 14 years old, with a working device and internet access
Amount of surveys are unpredictable. Some times I get 3 - 4 surveys a day, while other times accross maybe three days I get one.
Times are unreliable. Like a lot of survey web, LifePoints usually has an estimate on how long it'll take you to complete your survey. The only thing is, these times are usually not very accurate.
Customer Support isn't great, it takes a long time for them to reply.
Fill in your profile completely, this will help you qualify for more of surveys.
Try to take the higher paying surveys, this works as eventually, if you take only those, the algorithm focuses on that and only recommends surveys to you that fit that profile. Of course, you can't be too picky or else you won't get any surveys at all, but a little choosiness here and there hasn't ever hurt anyone. As you answer survey questions, answer honestly and truthfully.
Try and participate in the giveaways on Twitter.
Cash in as soon as you hit the withdrawal amount. Money isn't money until it's safely in your bank account.
Good way to earn some cash but not something you can expect to earn a lot from on a daily basis
I like Lifepoints because you are also given the choice to redeem at different point thresholds. So if you choose to accumulate points for the highest cashout reward, you can. It's not a guarantee that you get surveys daily, much less complete them, but once you do, you can cashout easily.
Their giveaways are also great, it wouldn't hurt to try and participate especially since their cash prizes are usually $25.
Smooth user website experience. They've recently revamped their website, it definitely looks more visually appealing and the overall user experience is great. It's very easy to use too, there's not much to explore besides the rewards, community, help center, and surveys sections.
Available surveys are shown to you all at once. You can easily choose which survey you'd like to take, it entirely depends on you whether you pick the highest paying survey or the one with the least time duration. However, there's still a screening process in Lifepoints and it's likely that you get screened out from time to time.
The points per survey vary but you can easily reach the 285 points for minimum cashout threshold. There are quick polls that give you 1-2 points and the main surveys give you at least 20-150 points.
There are a lot of cashout options but they may vary according to your location. Since I'm from the Philippines, I can cashout with PayPal, GCash, e-gift cards, mobile top-up, mobile payments, and many more! These also have different price points available so it's easy to cashout when you reached the minimum threshold or just accumulate the points to get the highest reward that you prefer.
The available surveys are limited. You have to estimate the timing of when surveys become available at your location. Sometimes, the dashboard gets really dry but still check from time to time in case there's a survey available.
Some surveys takes a long time to finish. If you got into a survey, that's great! But there are times that it took me almost 2 hours just answering one survey. I almost ran out of patience but I remembered that it was worth 150 points so I just kept going.
Be honest and consistent. Don't change your answers just because you get screened out for the first time. Once you complete a survey, eventually you'll get a couple of them and complete them. I find that they're very strict with inconsistency so be careful.
Find the timing that works for you. Since I live in the Philippines, I check Lifepoints at three different times of the day but particularly during late afternoons to almost midnight. I observed that I get a lot of surveys at these times but I sometimes get surveys at noon so I try to check at that time as well.
Great for those who have a lot of free time
I use Lifepoints during my free time since I also have a small crochet business as my primary source of income. It does its job and exchanges big points for successful surveys. However, I believe that there are better beer money-making sites than Lifepoints since it took me a couple of months before I gained enough points for exchange.
It usually takes a long time to earn a lot of points for some people. But, if you have the free time and can always check for new surveys, I'd recommend it.
Surveys are short. The points given are worth it. Wide range of reward options. Site is simple and easy to use. Sometimes they give points for participation (2 points).
There are limited surveys. It takes too long to earn points. Needs active participation to receive surveys.
Be an active user. Always check your email for new survey notifications. Read the survey questions carefully. Check the Community giveaway (They always have a giveaway which will be answered through their Facebook page).